From: Alejandro Mugetti (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 28 2003 - 05:44:27 EEST
I think than if you can machine your part, in most cases you should.
Machining gives greater accuracy, a better surface finish, and a choice of
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From: "Paul-Henri TINGUELY" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Vlad Dumitrescu" <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2003 6:03 PM
Subject: Re: Watch case prototype
> Hello Vlad,
> If you need accuracy, and casting, continue to use the Solidscape wax
> process for watch case and band, especially if you have inside details,
> the result is nice.
> Avec mes meilleures salutations
> With My best regards
> Paul-Henri Tinguely
> Altair Consulting Geneva Switzerland
> +41 (0) 79 206 70 35
> Vlad Dumitrescu wrote:
> > I'm interested in finding options for prototyping a small part, a
> > watch case created as a 3d in Cobalt (Ashlar). The shape is fairly
> > but has small details, rounds, chamfer, or small 0.35mm steps that need
> > be well reproduced. It can be CNC out of stainless steel or brass or any
> > other material or technique that will produce a prototype that can be
> > polished and have a polished metallic finish. In the past I used Sanders
> > prototypes and then cast them in silver, but I'm interested in other
> > alternative solutions. I can post a 3d of tha case if necessary.
> > Vlad Dumitrescu
> > Perspective Inc, Nyack, NY USA
> > .
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