At 10:09 AM 8/23/00 -0400, Elaine Hunt wrote:
>I took parts of a platform this morning made with this new support style
>and was surprised at how thick they built on the platform. While they
>brushed off the part I dang near had to hammer them off the platform. Am I
>doing something wrong?
>I love the new style and it makes clean up a breeze compared to the old
>method. Brush away is great.........now if I could just brush them off
>that platform, I'd be happy.
I am also having the worst time removing the fine-point supports from the
platform. Strings of supports everywhere. The part comes out real nice,
especially the smaller ones. When I grow heavier parts, the parts seem to shift
a little. Maybe because of the weight? The parts are supported well and are
orientated with much consideration. I'm using this support in a 250 and I know
larger machines handle larger and heavier parts. Has anyone experienced this
with fine-point supports?
ps. Would they be able to extract any DNA from a sla250 machine to bring us
sla250 users back to life from the tar pits?
Senior Mech Designer/RP
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