Prototyping bottles

From: Pedro Garayo (
Date: Mon Aug 30 1999 - 14:35:19 EEST

Dear list,

In my last message I wrote:
>I've come up to a not very usual type of product for my everyday job. I

>need to make prototypes for marketing purposes of bottles and caps in
>several sizes for food storage. Diameters range from 100 to 55 mm. and
>heights from 250 to 150 mm. (of the mounted product). Which would you
>think to be the best rp method? I was thinking SLS, if I want to paint
>finish the product... Are there any special considerations I should be
>aware of?

Some things have changed. The final bottles will be made of glass. I
need the prototypes to be transparent, and they don't need to be hollow,
or painted... Maybe in this case the best is CNC machining of PMMA or
something like that. Any idea? Best regards,

|     Pedro Garayo         |    CIDAUT        |
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