I want to know the following:
a. The RP Machine you are using.
b. Did you find any difference in making one part or multiple parts?
Say if you have nested parts in almost all the volume of the RP_
Production space? Did you do it,sometimes?
c. How do you find the best orientation for your part?
A. D. Bhatt
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> -- [ From: Al Hastbacka * EMC.Ver #2.5.1 ] --
> If the parts to made are identical, then we slice the file with
> ModelWorks (our slicing software) an specify how many copies we want to
> be built. Our Model Maker software then will step and repeat the number
> of times that we asked for.
> If the parts to be made at the same time are different, we use the
> ModelWorks software to bring in the .STL files and we move the parts to
> the location where we want them built. This can be either a 2D move or
> 3D move. Once we have the parts laid our where we want them, we slice
> the "new" combined file model and then transfer it to the machine to be
> Very seldom do any of our customers go back to the CAD model to build
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