RE: SIBCO paper

From: James Ogg (
Date: Thu Feb 12 1998 - 18:29:38 EET

New and upgraded LOM machines are capable of monitoring the
part temperature and automatically adjusting fuser speed to
maintain the part temperature at its desired value. This improves
bond quality and the robustness of the process.

James M. Ogg R&D, Helisys, Inc. (310) 891-0600 x315 FAX (310) 891-0626

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Matteo Righini []
>Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 1998 3:19 AM
>Subject: SIBCO paper
>At 09.59 10/02/98 -0800, Miller, Michael W wrote:
>>I'm going to try out Sibco's paper on our 2030. I had never heard of
>>this alternate material option before yesterday. Any opinions (good
>>bad) or advice on this material would be welcome. Thanks,
>>Michael W Miller (
>>The Boeing Company MS 17-PE B-XT62
>>Propulsion Experimental Hardware 206-655-3289
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>Dear Michael
>We have a LOM 1015 and we are trying Sibco's paper now.
>I think it's more resistant than Helisys paper but it's more difficult
>manage the process building.
>Precisely during the process the surface temperature of part must remain
>a particular window to optimize the sticking of different layers
>or 122F-135F).
>So you must regulate the heater velocity accordingly and check the
>temperature during the building process.
>I think that with LOM 2030 there are more problems but i don't know
>Kind Regards
>Eng. Matteo Righini
>Rapid Prototyping Service Manager
>Via Virgilio, 55
>41100 Modena, Italy
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