RE: [rp-ml] Need to build a wax model and will trade services

From: David Gurrola <>
Date: Fri Sep 04 2009 - 21:48:08 EEST


I was going to chime in about using the Thermojet as well. It just seemed you were only interested in Projet and Solid-Scape. I would like to add to Shanes comments that as long as the back doesn't have much detail you should be good to go. The top surface can have plenty of detail, the Thermojet just doesn't do well with undercuts and the bottom surface because of its solid support structure. If you don't get any takers for Projet or Solid-Scape, I would be happy to help.


David Gurrola

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Anaheim, Ca 92805

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From: [] On Behalf Of Shane Collins
Sent: Friday, September 04, 2009 10:35 AM
To: 'Medina, Francisco'; 'RP Email List'
Subject: RE: [rp-ml] Need to build a wax model and will trade services

Hi Frank,
If the seal has a flat back without detail, the ThermoJet would be a good choice too if someone still has one working.

Shane Collins
805 427 0019
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From: [] On Behalf Of Medina, Francisco
Sent: Friday, September 04, 2009 9:40 AM
To: RP Email List
Subject: [rp-ml] Need to build a wax model and will trade services


I am building a university seal model to make a silver casting, and I need to make 4 wax models for investment casting. The models are 3-in in diameter and about 1/2-in thick. I am looking for a company or person that has the capability to build them with a ProJet or a Solid-Scape machine. We would trade services with double gain for the one that does it. We have SLA, FDM, Objet, SLS, ARCAM, Zcorp and other non commercial technologies that we would trade services for. If interested please contact me by Email or phone.


Frank Medina
WM Keck Center
University of Texas El Paso

Received on Fri Sep 04 21:42:58 2009

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