At 04:55 PM 8/07/97 +0100, you wrote:
> (ii) Why are cationic resins (i.e. Epoxies) not suitable for medical
They are very suitable for - most medical SLA modellers are using Epoxy at
> (iii) Who uses the acrylates any more and why, will they ultimately
>disappear as concept modellers become more widely used ?
At Anatomics we use Acrylate resin, as it is 2 to 3 times faster than Epoxy.
Acrylate-based resins will not disappear as the new low-toxicity two
coloured resin from Zeneca is acrylate based, and tailored for medical use,
Anatomics Tel. 61 7 3364 0776
Queensland Manufacturing Institute Fax. 61 7 3364 0786
P.O. Box 4012, Eight Mile Plains Em. firstname.lastname@example.org
Q 4113 Australia Web www.qmi.asn.au/anatomics
Anatomics : The Biomodelling Specialists Enhancing Patient Care.
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