RE: FW: 3DNASUG update

From: Luper, Harold (
Date: Tue Mar 05 2002 - 16:59:05 EET

RE: FW: 3DNASUG update

We have "married" technologies in numerous ways. We have wax welded ThermoJet parts into QuickCast patterns when the part had difficult features to burn out that were more suitable for processing using wax. We have also made sand castings using an SLA ACES pattern to mold external features of a part and then used sand cores built on a SinterStation in the mold to cast the internal features.


Harold Luper
Manager of Fabrication Lab
Solidiform Incorporated
Phone: (817)-831-2626  ext. 613
Fax: (817)-831-8258

-----Original Message-----
From: Brock Hinzmann []
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 7:09 PM
To: Zubrickie, Robert F; rp-ml
Subject: RE: FW: 3DNASUG update

Has anyone ever made aa part on one RP machine for use as an insert in a part being built on a different RP machine? We always talk about each type of machine having distinct advantages in materials and types of parts they can build. Any creative opportunities to be had there?

Brock Hinzmann

Zubrickie, Robert F wrote:
>"Resin Wars"Thank you for the update. This is good news. I like to
>see companies competing for the same goals. This means better products for us users. This
>is way overdue. -----Original Message-----
>From: David K. Leigh []
>Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 11:19 AM
>To: Mark Wynn;
>Subject: Re: 3DNASUG update - desired
>Being my first time to SLA user group, I'd sum it up in 2 words. . . Resin
>Wars Honestly, no extreme developments.  Application study for Invisalign
>manufacturing process, a little on quickcast and the Viper, and an opportunity to meet
>together as one big happy family (SLA and SLS).  There was discussion of combining
>SLA and SLS users groups and it was decided to have a "joint" meeting in 2004
>(time of year to be determined).  I could keep talking but length of message directly
>correlates to likelyhood of it being deleted. 
>:) *************************************************************
>David K. Leigh                             ph (254) 933-1000
>Harvest Technologies, Inc.           fax (254) 298-0125
>Rapid Prototyping Services    
>----- Original Message ----- From: Mark Wynn( To:
> Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002
>9:22 AM Subject: 3DNASUG update - desired
> I realize that most of the attendees are probably just getting back to
>work... and will take a half day or more to sort through their e-mails and other related
>messages / pressing issues.   But when someone gets a chance, I would love
>to hear about any new developments that were shared at the conference!   Thanks
>in advance   Mark Wynn
>Yazaki North America Inc.
>Canton, Michigan
>Phone: 734-983-1702
>Fax:     734-983-1703
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