RE: Hello From Newbie

From: Rachael Dalton-Taggart (
Date: Sat Jun 17 2000 - 01:45:49 EEST

yeah. I've got it three times now


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Ohler []
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2000 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: Hello From Newbie

Hi everyone, I see where Rapid Dude states that he received a email from AA.
I've received that mail content from AA before. Has anyone else? Did
everyone on the list receive it? Ron
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rapid Dude" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2000 1:14 AM
Subject: fwd: Hello From Newbie

> This one needed a small push...
> Yours truly
> Hannu Kaikonen <>
> 'owner rp-ml'
> *Share and Enjoy!*
> Forwarded message:
> Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 15:22:22 -0500
> From: David Spann <David.Spann@WCOM.COM>
> Subject: Hello From Newbie
> To: 'Rapid Proto' <>
> Hello All,
> Just signed up for this mailing list. I've been very interested in RTV
> and urethane castings for a long time but have never really studied it.
> first email I got was from AA. That was a cute message. Right off the bat
> I'm ready to unsubscribe. I gave it a little more time and found that
> are some serious folks here. My interests in RTV molds is to produce
> 1/64ish sized race cars. I'm looking to build fine quality car bodies that
> can use in my main hobby. That would be racing HO scale slot cars. If you
> remember the old Aurora Model Motoring slot car sets from when you were a
> kid, that's the type of car bodies I will be making. The thought of
> out my own bodies is much more appealing than spending big bucks on old
> collectable bodies that I end up cutting up for racing purposes. The end
> product will need to be light weight, and strong enough to take hard
> into the wall, shiny finish and minute details. Any suggestions on the
> latest plastics being used for building the molds and casting the bodies?
> Also interested in any books that gets down to the basics. Any help you
> could give me would really be appreciated. I look forward to reading all
> latest in rapid prototyping techniques. Thanks in advance.
> Dave
> PS. Is there a digest version of this ML. The mail sometimes gets
> overwhelming.
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