I'm looking for an easy way of marking my sla parts with a date and part #. It
would be nice if there was a program(like bridge works) where you could type in
the necessary information and it would project onto the surface whether it be a
flat or cuved surface.
We ran a family of parts, with slight variations to each part. Not realizing
that the parts were different before taking them of the tray we had them all
mixed up. So consequently we had to run the parts again.
It would be nice also in legal matters to have the date etch onto the part as
it was being built. It would be a permanant way of showing the date and
description of the part.
-- Bart Huffman - Senior Product Designer DePuy Inc. PO Box 988 Phone 219-372-7541 700 Orthopeadic Dr. Fax 219-267-6003 Warsaw, In 46580 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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