From: Joe DeGuglielmo (jfdegug@Kodak.COM)
Date: Sat Jan 27 1996 - 15:01:45 EET

At 03:54 PM 1/26/96 +0100, you wrote:
>Paul Bernhard from PROFORM had a talk at the European SL-usermeeting.
>He often builds small parts like telefon-plugs, which didn't fit because of
overcure of downfacing surfaces. That's why he developed Z-Shifter.
>As one knows the correction for overcure the accuracy depends on the value
of over-overcure (by following layers), which can be very high when building
parts with thin slices.
>A Z-axis compensation shall also be included in the new 3D-MAESTRO software.(?)

I'm not sure what this means here.... Are you saying that you know it will
be included in MAESTRO? or are you asking if it will be?
>Heinz Stucki
>University of Zurich
>(As concept modelers (Actua 2100) become more popular, the Swiss chocolate
industry proposes chocolate as a new buildmaterial. Eat a model for dessert.)

Joe DeGuglielmo
Eastman Kodak Company
Rapid Prototyping Center
901 Elmgrove Rd.
Rochester, NY 14653-5315

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Selective Laser Sintering

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