This machine and material sound very interesting. Is it going to licensed
commercially? Is there any information on the material?
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> From: Fusioneng@aol.com [SMTP:Fusioneng@aol.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 02, 1999 9:20 AM
> To: Rallystuff@aol.com; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: building full scale car body ???
> In a message dated 7/2/99 6:52:54 AM Central Daylight Time,
> Rallystuff@aol.com writes:
> << Hi.....I am interested in building a 1:1 scale car body.
> Its the " missing link " as it was a prototype series of 30 that was
> destroyed in the late 1930s.
> I probably can get the cad file but need more info on how to proceeed.
> I was thinking of making a plywood model, sections every foot or so ,
> fill with foam and finish contouring. then fiberglass over the finished
> Would love to do the final body in metal , but here in California that
> be very expensive.
> Any suggestions or schools that would like to take on a project like this
> thanks for your help........Chris >>
> If you have the cad files for this car. I would suggest you send it to
> Professor Thomas at I think University of Salt lake city ( I hope I have
> name right). He is a very nice fellow. He has a huge sla type machine
> the world has never seen before) that builds in foam or some other soft
> material in layers similar to an SLA. Your car would be a small job on his
> machines. I dont think it will be very expensive either. Once you are done
> with the design you could use the model as a fiberglass form master to
> produce a fiberglass body for your car.
> Good luck
> Bob Morton
> Fusion engineering
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