Re: Pressure Vessel

From: Alejandro Mugetti (
Date: Sun Aug 03 2003 - 16:42:54 EEST

Dear Joe,

For small quantities the Aluminum-Filled Epoxy is the best and easy option.

Alejandro Mugetti

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe-CM" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2003 9:24 AM
Subject: FW: Pressure Vessel

We are also about to begin casting 100-200 parts per year in polyurethane.
The part looks much like a 3/8" thick picture frame approximately 16"
across. We are considering a permanent aluminum mold since that lends
itself to the detail and inserts required. Any input on methods or materials
would be greatly appreciated.


Joe Mac Donald
General Manager
customMotion inc.
750 S Orlando Avenue, Suite 405
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
321.784.8719 F

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf
Of Travis Behara
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 7:20 AM
To: rp-mL (E-mail)
Subject: Pressure Vessel

I am currently looking at bringing in house a casting system for plastics,
either Pressure or Vacuum Casting. I have several questions I hope someone
out there will be able to help me out with.

1. Anyone used both processes? Which was "Better" in your
opinion and why?
2. MK vacuum system or MCP? Why?
3. Who is a manufacturer of pressure vessels?
4. Does someone offer a complete pressure casting system?

Thanks in advance for any help!!!!!
Travis E. Behara

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