Re: Sibco LOM material

From: Matteo Righini (m.righini@democenter.it)
Date: Wed Feb 11 1998 - 13:36:04 EET


>Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 12:00:34 +0100
>To: "Miller, Michael W" <Mike.Miller3@PSS.Boeing.com>, "'RP Mail List'"
<rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi>
>From: Matteo Righini <m.righini@democenter.it>
>Subject: Re: Sibco LOM material
>In-Reply-To:
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>At 09.59 10/02/98 -0800, Miller, Michael W wrote:
>>I'm going to try out Sibco's paper on our 2030. I had never heard of
>>this alternate material option before yesterday. Any opinions (good and
>>bad) or advice on this material would be welcome. Thanks,
>>Michael W Miller (Mike.Miller3@PSS.Boeing.com)
>>The Boeing Company MS 17-PE B-XT62
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Dear Michael

We have a LOM 1015 and we are trying Sibco's paper now.
I think it's more resistant than Helisys paper but it's more difficult to
manage the process building.
Precisely during the process the surface temperature of part must remain in
a particular window to optimize the sticking of different layers (50C-57C
or 122F-135F).
So you must regulate the heater velocity accordingly and check the surface
temperature during the building process.

I think that with LOM 2030 there are more problems but i don't know precisely.

Kind Regards
Eng. Matteo Righini
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