You can also shoot the exact material (the only way to get real material
properties is to use the real material) in a number of secondary tooling
methods, one of which we own CASTTOOL TM or keltool, rapidtool etc.
Look up our website www.metalcast.com
At 09:19 AM 1/13/97 -0600, you wrote:
>I believe the closest you can come to is Glass Filled Nylon(ProtoForm) in
the SLS process. It is a Nylon 11 with 50% glass by volume. Hope this helps.
>Plynetics Express, Inc.
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>From: Victor Devadas[SMTP:email@example.com]
>Sent: Monday, January 13, 1997 4:20 AM
>Subject: Nylon 66 Glass filled
>To anyone who can suggest some methods on how to prototype parts that is
>made from nylon 66 glass filled.
>I have an SLA and a LOM machine, but recently one client has requested
>that I produce 10 prototypes made from nylon 66 glass filled. Is there an
>RP machine that can do this or should resort to other secondary processes.
>Any help is most appreciated.
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