From: Jean-Marc Boéchat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 11 2002 - 10:06:55 EEST
I think the polypro choice was questionable to say the least. I would go
with filled or unfilled polyamid for a start but there are other choices
like POM or polycarbonate depending on the the other conditions and
Hope this helps.
> Hi All,I have made several small turbine fans for one of my
> customers.He spins them up to 130,000 RPM.The SLA parts behave better
> than the injection molded talc filled polypro parts.He wants to know
> if there is an injection moldable material that has the same
> properties as the 10120 SLA resin.Doug
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