On Mon, 24. Mai 1999 2:33 Uhr, DANIEL CHARLES DAVIS
> Yes. The "no moisture" requirement is only for the foundry process.
> You can process as normal if you do not intend on casting the
To my experience it's necessary to close the draining holes BEFORE any
rinsing. You can do that with the SL resin and an UV-spot.
Any left alcohol inside the part makes it weak like chewing gum after
some days. We use SL5170 resin and 2-propanol for rinsing.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jordan Joseph W DLPC [SMTP:JordanJW@ncsc.navy.mil]
> > Hi Everyone,
> > We are an in house SLA facuilty for the USN with a new 3500 and
> > resin. I recently had a request from a customer to make him a
> > Cast part of a rather large part. He had tried to do a thin wall
> > the part but his CAD software couldn't handle the complex geometry
> > crashed. So we decided to give it a try. I ran a small test part with
> > vents and drains, everything looked good, but the clean up was
> > that I expected since from what I have heard you should not use
> > and water only alcohol to wipe down the part. These parts are not
> > intended for the foundry use only for presentation purposes,
> > all the requirements of a true Quick Cast Part are not nessecary.
> > question is can I get away with draining then washing these parts
> > tpm and resining with water, then the PCA with out making the part
> > unusable.Ê Anyone having experience with this any and all
> > would be greatly appreciated.
> > Joe Jordan
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