Dear Pof. Phill Dickens:
I am very interesting to your work about the Quikcat. Would you please
Email a copy of this article to me. I have a SLA250 and I want to do some
rapid casting work with it.
I want to spray some low melting point metal to the part made from
Quickcast. I do not know if there will be any trouble. What about the
high melting point metal?
Thank you for your help.
University of Rhode Island
On Thu, 20 Aug 1998, Professor P M Dickens wrote:
> My colleague (Dr. Richard Hague) and myself developed the QuickCast
> stucture that is now QuickCast 2.0. At this years North American 3D
> Systems Stereolithography User Group I made a presentation on why the
> old QuickCast structure sometimes cracked the shells. This was followed
> by an explanation of how the new QuickCast structure works and data was
> presented to show that it is almost impossible to crack the shells with
> the new structure.
> I would be happy to let people have a copy of a paper which describes
> Please let me know if you want a copy.
> Prof. Phill Dickens
> De Montfort University
> BUKKAW47@aol.com wrote:
> > Dear members,
> > In my last correspondance to all the members, I indicated that I was
> > interested in learning more about SLA versus other rapid prototyping methods
> > and that in addition, I requested feedback(positive and/or negative) about SLA
> > resins.
> > At this time I am happy to report that I have decided to purchase an SLA 250
> > machine. Also, I plan to become involved with Quickcast and am asking the
> > members for their feedback re Quickcast.
> > Thank you for your help.
> > BUKKAW47@aol.com
> > For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
> For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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