Yes. The "no moisture" requirement is only for the foundry process.
You can process as normal if you do not intend on casting the pattern.
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> -----Original Message----- > From: Jordan Joseph W DLPC [SMTP:JordanJW@ncsc.navy.mil] > Sent: Sunday, May 23, 1999 7:59 AM > To: rapid prototyping list > Subject: Quick Cast > > Hi Everyone, > We are an in house SLA facuilty for the USN with a new 3500 and 5510 > resin. I recently had a request from a customer to make him a Qucik > Cast part of a rather large part. He had tried to do a thin wall on > the part but his CAD software couldn't handle the complex geometry and > crashed. So we decided to give it a try. I ran a small test part with > vents and drains, everything looked good, but the clean up was more > that I expected since from what I have heard you should not use tpm > and water only alcohol to wipe down the part. These parts are not > intended for the foundry use only for presentation purposes, therefore > all the requirements of a true Quick Cast Part are not nessecary. My > question is can I get away with draining then washing these parts in > tpm and resining with water, then the PCA with out making the part > unusable. Anyone having experience with this any and all feedback > would be greatly appreciated. > Joe Jordan > SLA Technician > Coastal Systems Station > 850-235-5984 > firstname.lastname@example.org > For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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