1 case of 4 bottles of Thermojet 65 costs $1200. 1 case of 4 bottles of
Thermojet 75 costs $1440. If anyone from 3D subscribes to this list please
tell me I am not paying $240 per case extra for added coloring.
What I am really after in terms of material properties is coefficient of
thermal expansion, Young's modulus, ductility, tensile strength, a stress
strain curve, ash content per volume, etc. I understand that this data may
be proprietary and requires testing and capital. I was hoping to use the
list to see if anyone wanted to share info they have acquired through
experiment or from 3d.
That way I would not have to spend money on testing and I could offset the
$240 per case I am paying for food coloring.
(I am being sarcastic, I figured I would throw in some pre-Friday humor)
> Brian Lowicki
> NPI Engineer, SPC Coordinator
> Gray-Syracuse Inc., ESCO Corporation
> (315)687-0014 (315)687-0023 (Fax)
From: Jeff McBride [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 1999 10:54 AM
To: Lowicki, Brian R
Subject: RE: Actua Thermojet 75 Material
The TJ75 is only different from the TJ65 because of the coloring added.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lowicki, Brian R [SMTP:BRLowicki@ESCOCORP.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 18, 1999 7:04 AM
> To: Rapid Prototyping ML (E-mail)
> Subject: Actua Thermojet 75 Material
> Does anyone out there have data on the mechanical properties of Thermojet
> 75? I have already contacted 3D about this matter and the best
> they will release to me is the MSDS. Thanks in advance for your help.
> > Brian Lowicki
> > NPI Engineer, SPC Coordinator
> > Gray-Syracuse Inc., ESCO Corporation
> > (315)687-0014 (315)687-0023 (Fax)
> > email@example.com
> > http://www.escocorp.com
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