Re: American V European standards

From: Nigel Warden (
Date: Wed May 17 2000 - 16:53:44 EEST


Thanks for your help, I have e-mailed the Plastics Technology Lab as you
suggested. I await their response.


Nigel Warden

-----Original Message-----
From: Franck Lacan <>
To: Nigel Warden <>
Cc: <>
Date: 17 May 2000 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: American V European standards

>I think you should try to contact Plastics Technology Laboratories. They
>writen a very good article on the subject
>and should have the answer you are looking for.
>Plastics Technology Laboratories, Inc.
>50 Pearl Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
>Tel. (413) 499-0983, Fax (413) 499-2339
>Franck Lacan
>Manufacturing Engineering Centre,
>Systems division, Cardiff School of engineering,
>Cardiff University,
>PO Box 688, Newport Road,
>Cardiff CF24 3TE, Wales, UK
>Nigel Warden wrote:
>> I am comiling a list of RP material properties for easy comparison of RP
>> processes. I have noticed that American compaies provide impact strength
>> results in J/m, whereas European companies prefer to use kJ/m2.
>> Is there a way of converting one to ther other i.e. kJ/m2 into J/m?
>> This would make my comparison list far more meaningful as the results
>> all be in common units.
>> Regards,
>> Nigel Warden
>> For more information about the rp-ml, see
>For more information about the rp-ml, see

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