Fw: High Precision SLA

From: Chris Sutcliffe (c.j.sutcliffe@liverpool.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Jul 16 1999 - 12:27:24 EEST

>Dear George
>Why don't you try MicroTec in Germany they may have contacted you already
>so please ignore this but certainly pay a visit to their web site there are
>some great models there.
>If they can't help try a company called Pure fluid magic (I think) in the
>There are several companies who now run SLA250s with small spot lasers but
>don't know of any in the UK. You might like to try 3D systems to get a UK
>Dr. Chris. Sutcliffe
>Rapid Prototyping and Micromanufacture Research
>Product Innovation and Development Centre
>Department of Engineering
>3 Brownlow St.
>Liverpool L69 3GL
>(0151) 794 8022 Direct
>(0151) 794 8021 Secretary
>01893 209 556 Bleeper
>EMail c.j.sutcliffe@liv.ac.uk
>-----Original Message-----
>From: George Perkins <helmets@dera.gov.uk>
>To: rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi <rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi>
>Date: 16 July 1999 09:54
>Subject: High Precision SLA
>>Dear Sir/Madam,
>> We at DERA are looking for a firm who can produce high precision SLA
>>models of respiratory valve petals. The petals in question are currently
>>0.2mm thick, and we are having problems getting them produced with
>>normal 0.1mm/0.05mm SLA techniques. If you can help please contact me
>>via the details below, if not, I am sorry for wasting your time, thank
>> Yours Sincerely
>> George Perkins
>>Tel: (01252) 392474
>>Fax: (01252) 393091
>>Helmet Bio-Mechanics
>>Air Systems
>>Systems Integration Dept.
>>Defence Evaluation and Research Agency
>>GU14 0LX
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