From: Henry Sommer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 07 2002 - 19:51:06 EEST
How do you position and join the blocks?
What material are they made of?
What size are they?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf
Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 10:23 AM
Subject: The Innovative Near Net-Shaping Technology best suited for RT
Dear RP&T professionals:
Hello...how are you doing ? I have almost developed an innovative near
net-shaping technology,named Cubic Cell Mold,which can be effectively used
in RT field.CCM consists of tiny cubic cells that can make rough cavity/core
surfaces like Lego blocks,and each cubic cell has its own shape unit(each
shapes are from shape library) on one of its 6 sides,which can drastically
reduce time for final finishing.I think you can hardly understand what I
Now I would like to share some more detail ideas of this technology with
who could give me their feelings or opinions on this concept.
Looking forward to hearing from those who are interested...
============== Nothing ventured,Nothing gained! ================
Chang-Shik,Min (Chief Research Engineer)
Design Engg. Gr.,LG-Production engineering Research Center
LG Electronics Inc.,19-1 Cheongho-Ri,Jinwuy-Myon
Pyungtaek(451-713),Republic of Korea.
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