Dear Mr. Davis,
This might be bit different story from your situation but could be a small
tip for it. Please take a look at any one among following references:
1. Jee, H et. al, "Automated design of a 3D printed mushroom surface
texture," Rapid Response Manufacturing-Contemporary methodologies, tools
and technologies, CH2, ISBN/ISSN: 0-412-78010-0, Chapman & Hall, Feb.
2. Sachs, E. et al, "Automated Design for SFF; Surface Texture as a Case
Study," The 7th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, The U. of Connecticut
and U. of Texas at Austin, August 12-14, 1996
3. Jee, H "Computer-Aided Design of Surface Macro-Textures for Three
Dimensional Printing," Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. of Mechanical Eng.,
Massachusetts Institute of Tech., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996
Wish good luck.
Haeseong J. Jee
Dept. of Mechanical Eng. Tel) +822-320-1685
Hongik University Fax) +822-322-7003
72-1 Sangsu, Mapo Email) firstname.lastname@example.org
Seoul 121-791, Korea
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> 제목: Texturizing SLA parts?
> 날짜: 1998년 5월 12일 화요일 오후 6:48
> Hello all,
> Is anyone out there willing to share a method for adding a leather grain
> pattern to a finished SLA part to be used as an RTV tool pattern? We
> are trying to replicate the grain for a piece of hard plastic auto
> interior trim.
> Thanks and regards,
> Dan Davis
> Head, Rapid Prototyping Division
> PROTON Berhad
> Shah Alam, Selangor D.E.
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