I am not sure what your question means, but we infiltrate the parts with
epoxy if they are to be used as ceramic/epoxy parts, but we don't infiltrate
them with the epoxy if they will be used as cores for metal casting.
I hope that clear it up.
Dr. Brent Stucker, Director & Asst. Professor
Rapid Manufacturing Center
University of Rhode Island
Dept. of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Gilbreth Hall, 2 East Alumni Ave.
Kingston, RI 02881
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Subject: RE: RP ceramic cores
I have a question. You wrote,
>We can infiltrate it with a high-temperature epoxy if needed.
It means that the melt is low temp.melting point materal
because of burn out during pouring the melt ?
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