No, it is the new Ciba humidity-resistant stuff for 500s. 3D's data
sheet shows a Tg of 68C with a UV post cure and 88C if thermal cured for
2 hours at 80C.
It seems to me that one would have to "sneak-up" on the 80C number if
the initial Tg is only 68C. If not, wouldn't you have a blob in the
I'm looking for a recipe like "65C for 30 min, 70C for 30 min, 80C for 2
hours" or something like that. Also, some failure modes to expect
(e.g., distortion, dimensional instability) from someone who has done
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> From: ATiburon@aol.com[SMTP:ATiburon@aol.com]
> Sent: Friday, June 19, 1998 8:29 AM
> To: DANIEL@proton.com.my
> Subject: Re: Thermal post-curing SL parts
> In a message dated 98-06-18 05:23:55 EDT, you write:
> << I'm using SL5410 resin if it makes a difference.
> Hey dan!
> Is that the former Allied Signa' stuff. HIgh temp etc. WE used to use
> an oven.
> 120 degrees for half hour to hour. Be aware that it might change your
> dimensions/scale factors.
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