We have done insert molded prototypes on our SLA with terminals installed.
Typically what I do do a partial build to the area just above the inserts.
Then I stop the machine and place the inserts in. This allows us to put
L-shaped inserts and build them in totally enclosed.. The only downside is
somtimes the machine is difficult to restart and bridge over the area the you
removed the supports from. I used a microscope slide and cured the resin
under it with a UV lamp to fill the void where I had removed the supports. It
time consuming but it does work. It worked much better in Meastro for me than
Lightyear. Lightyear seems to be a little more sensitive with restarts.
In a message dated 3/25/00 7:21:54 AM Central Standard Time,
<< Dear RP Comrades :
Hello..I have been working on metal object insertion method on SLA.
But I have no friends I could have my experiences in common with.
Is out there anyone who has ever heard about this or has some experiences on
Any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
And...Please let me hear from you at your earliest convenience.
Thanks in advance.
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