It might be your air conditioner turning on and off, blowing cool air on top of the machine.
Disclaimer: Engineer and out the other!
I've already told you more than I know.
Michael W Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Boeing Company M/C 17-PE B-2T65
Propulsion Experimental Hardware 206-655-3289
Rapid Prototyping 655-4366 Lab 655-4365
> From: Drew Brown[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2000 5:02 AM
> To: RPML
> Subject: SLS part shifting
> Recently we have experienced part shifting on one of our Sinterstations.
> It appears that every few inches in the Z direction we see a small X-Y
> shift in the part. Has anyone had this experience and what corrective
> measures were taken?
> Thanks in advance.
> Drew Brown
> Conceptual Reality L.L.C.
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