RE: SLS Duraform PA parts leaning

From: O'Donnchadha, Brian - PostGrad (Brian.O'Donnchadha@it-tallaght.ie)
Date: Fri Nov 08 2002 - 20:20:51 EET


Scott

It's not my problem today --- but it could be some day, so I would
appreciate hearing your thoughts on the leaning problem.

Brian Donnchadha

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott Tilton [SMTP:stilton@protoprod.com]
> Sent: 08 November 2002 16:41
> To: 'Mullen, John'; 'Rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi'
> Subject: RE: SLS Duraform PA parts leaning
>
> I have most certainly encountered this problem in the past.
>
> John, if you want, I can give you my thoughts in individual e-mails and
> spare the rest of the list all the gory details.
>
> But if anyone else is interested, I don't mean to exclude you, so let me
> know if you want in on the discussion.
>
> Generally though, I attributed a large part of the problem to very heavily
> populated builds. Ones that weren't necessarily very tall, but took a
> very
> long time.
>
>
> Scott Tilton
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mullen, John [mailto:johnmullen@hasbro.com]
> Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 10:54 AM
> To: 'Rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi'
> Subject: SLS Duraform PA parts leaning
>
> RP'ers,
>
> Looking for ideas and suggestions........a couple of weeks ago we were
> experiencing a very visible lean/shift towards the left in models built on
> our 2500+. The build material is Duraform PA.
>
> The left IR sensor, a new roller and the part bed heater were replaced.
> Everything seemed okay, the parts we've been building looked good, but
> this
> morning we broke out a new build and see the "Leaning Tower of Pisa"
> phenomenon again.
>
> Has anyone else experienced this in the past? Any ideas/suggestions what
> could be causing this?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> John Mullen



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