Re: wire mesh

From: Greg Pettengill (
Date: Fri Jan 28 2000 - 10:54:35 EET

"Milone, Ralph (MED, GE-Marquette)" wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> Which would you feel is the best process for building a wire mesh?
> Wire size is .030 at .250 intervals. It needs to be durable. (overall
> size is 6" x 6")
> I was told an SLA would be to " jagged" at .030
> Would FDM, SLS, or SGC work.?
> Any other processes I'm not aware of that a durable?

DeskTop CNC Machining will most likely be able to accomplish this and
at a significantly lower cost.

> I was considering a urethane casting off of a Sanders part.
> Ralph Milone

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Greg Pettengill

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