RE: Roll Call

Date: Mon Jul 24 2000 - 18:26:18 EEST

SLA-500 /40H Doctor SL5180
  SLA500/40H Zypher SOMOS7100

Karl Denton
Lead Engineer
Williams International

        -----Original Message-----
        From: []
        Sent: Monday, July 24, 2000 10:00 AM
        To: York Robert
        Subject: RE: Roll Call

        SLA-250/50 (Zephyr Blade) - Ciba SL5220
           SLA-250/50 (Zephyr Blade) - RPC200HC

        Guy Bourdeau
        Treasurer - 3DSNASUG, Inc.
        Beckman Coulter
        (305) 380-3806

        York Robert <> on 07/24/2000 09:16:34 AM

        To: "'RPML'" <>
        cc: (bcc: Guy Bourdeau/PD/CoulterUS)

        Subject: RE: Roll Call

        Oops... I meant to ask for us to "reply to all" and include the
        This way... will be in the RPML archive.
        ...we can hookup for networking opportunities.
        ...we can also know of the Service Bureaus and there capabilities.

        Here is what I have received so far. Thanks.

        (1) SLA 5000 with DSM 8120 Resin
        (1) SLA 250/50 with DSM 7110 Resin
        (1) SLA 250/30 (Doctor Blade) with DSM 8110 Resin
        (1) ThermoJet with TJ65 Polymer
        (1) Z-Corp Z402 Switchable between ZP100/ZB7 Plaster Powder and
Binder and
        ZP11/ZB4 Starch Powder and Binder

        Ken Zukley
        InterPRO Rapid Technologies
        630 Industrial Park Road
        Deep River, CT 06417
        Voice: (860) 526-5869
        FAX: (860) 526-8056
        Cooper, Ken
        NASA Rapid Prototyping/ED34
        George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
        Huntsville, AL 35812

        1 - SLA250 Ciba 5170
        1 - SLS Sinterstation 2000 CastForm, switching to DuraForm
        2 - FDM 1600 ABS
        1 - LOM 1015 Paper LPH042
        1 - Thermojet Black Wax
        1 - ZCorp Z402 Starch
        1 - Sanders RTM Investment Casting Resin
        1 - LENS 750 Stainless Steel 316
        Harold Luper

        SLA 5000 - SL5195
        SinterStation 2500 - Sandform Si
        Thermojet - TJ 2000
        Glenn Whiteside
        Cessna Aircraft (Wichita, KS)

        (1) SLA-5000 with Ciba SL-5195 resin
        (3) ThermoJets
        (1) Zcorp Z402
        We use the starch based powder at the moment but we are in the
process of
        switching to the plaster based one.
        Julian Brett
        School of Design (Product Design)
        University of East London
        4-6 University Way
        Vern Carter
        Creative Technical Solutions (CTS) is a Product Design, Development
        specializing in the application of Solid Modeling and Rapid
        SDRC IDEAS, Pro Engineer, SolidWorks and Rhino3D.
        Zcorp's Z402 3D-Printer
        DTM's Sinterstation for Selective Laser Sintering of Duraform
        Composite (Glass Filled Nylon), Somos 201 (Rubber Like Matl.) and
        (Copper Nylon Blend for metal like molds and parts).
        several 3D Systems SLA's for stereolithography masters made of Somos
        and SL5170 material
        Camattini Protomix Vacuum Casting System for RTV Mold and liquid
        Keith Wheadon
        (1) SLA-350 with SL5190 Resin
        (1) SLA500 with DSM 7100 resin
        (1) SLA250 with DSM 7110 / 8110
        (1) SLS2500ci running Duraform PA and GF

        Jim Vander Linden
        RP Coordinator
        Encor Technologies, Inc
        1339 Continental Dr.
        Eau Claire, WI 54701
        715.834.6800 Phone
        715.834.7809 Fax

        -----Original Message-----
        From: York Robert
        Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 3:30 PM
        To: 'RPML'
        Subject: Roll Call

        I don't know if this has been done before, but am interested in
knowing who
        is using the RP machines and what materials they are using. If you
have an
        RP machine please reply to this message, it will help in the
archival search
        of locating this info in the future.

        We have 3 RP machines.

        (1) SLA5000 with DSM 7120 resin
        (1) Thermojet
        (1) Actua 2100 - for sale

        Please take an interest share your info.

        Thank you,
        Bob York
        Design Development Model Shop
        Thomson Consumer Electronics
        Indianapolis, Indiana

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