Re: Some easy questions

From: Floyd E Roberts (RnD@mlapts.com)
Date: Tue Mar 17 1998 - 19:16:55 EET


Sanders prototyping would be good folks to talk to about those kinds of
accuracies. I know they have done work on a system which should meet your
needs in a NASA SBIR grant.... you might talk with them and see how much
information they are willing to give you about their work..... Al Hastbacka
(who last I heard kept tabs on this list) would be a great fellow to talk
with.....
Floyd

karapatis nakis wrote:

> Dear Pedro,
>
> As far as I know, you won't go very far below 0.1 mm accuracy with rp
> systems (please let me know if i'm totally wrong !!!) such as SLS.
> Again, if what you need is a PA prototype for function test, SLS is the
> right method. Even better would be to make a prototype mold (by SLS) and
> inject the prototype part ("production prototype"). If it's just for
> assembly testing, i'd say SLA is a good choice...
>
> Nakis
>
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De: Pedro Garayo [SMTP:pedgar@cidaut.eis.uva.es]
> > Date: dimanche, 16. mars 1997 20:37
> > : rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi
> > Objet: Some easy questions
> >
> > Dear rpmlers,
> >
> > Are there any systems able to obtain an accuracy of 0,07 mm. or
> > better?
> > Is it SLS(using PA11) the most suitable for prototypes to be used in
> > an
> > assembly?
> > (The part fits in 250x100x40 mm. and it is 1.5 mm. thick)
> >
> > Thank you very much.
> >
> > Pedro Garayo
> > mailto:pedgar@cidaut.eis.uva.es
> >
> >
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>
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