From: James P. Harrison (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 18 2003 - 17:37:17 EEST
I use Pollyflush from Dynaloy then an alcohol rinse.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Jamie
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 8:46 AM
To: Fehr, David
Subject: Re: AccuDur100 Resin/TPM problems
I run the same system and find the parts stay sticky
even if they are cleaned and fully cured.
Is there an alternative to TPM?
--- "Fehr, David" <David.Fehr@ATK.COM> wrote:
> I'm experiencing some problems cleaning my parts
> built with AccuDu100 in
> TPM. I'm finding that when cleaning my parts built
> in Accudur 100 in TPM,
> the TPM gets
> contaminated quickly. I replaced my TPM about 1
> month ago, yesterday all was
> well in my cleaning tank. Today, My TPM looks milky.
> It even seems to be
> thicker than
> normal. This is actually the second time this has
> happened to us. The first
> time we wrote it off to some type of contamination.
> This time, I tend to
> think it's a
> reaction between the TPM and the Resin. Anyone else
> having this problem????
> David Fehr
> Rapid Prototyping Lab
> 4600 Nathan lane No. Suite 100
> Plymouth, MN. 55442
> 612.510.2626 Pager.
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