From: Michael Tsenter (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 14 2003 - 19:39:24 EEST
Thank you for your e-mail and your interest in our new micro-porous mold
material for vacuum forming.
The following are some of the prices & sizes that are currently available. We
can cut a specific plate thickness and a specific size if you have a smaller job
that does not require a full plate.
24" x 18" x 1" $168.00
24" x 20" x 1" $189.00
24" x 18" x 2" $292.00
24" x 20" x 2" $318.00
24" x 20" x 2.9" $396.00
24" x 18" x 3.7" $462.00
This product is very easy to machine using CNC mill or a CNC router. Machining
has to be dry and without any coolant. The resultant surface quality and
invisible micro pores will allow you to form highly transparent parts.
We have additional documents that offer detailed application and handling
instructions, but they are too big to post on the list. I will e-mail these to
you separately. We can also provide you with a small sample if you e-mail to us
your physical address. This will give you an idea about the consistency of this
product and its surface quality.
-- NEST Technologies, Inc. 3849 Ridgemoor Drive Studio City, CA 91604 USA Tel: 818-761-6500 Fax: 818-761-6116 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web site: http://www.nesttechnologies.com Henry Sommer wrote: > How much do the 24" x 20" x 3.7" blocks cost? Please reply to the list. > > Thanks, > Henry Sommer > > -----Original Message----- > From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of > Michael Tsenter > Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 1:15 AM > To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: VACPLATE(r) POROUS TOOLING MATERIAL FOR VACUUM FORMING > > NEWS RELEASE > > VACPLATE(r) POROUS TOOLING MATERIAL FOR VACUUM FORMING > > STUDIO CITY, CALIFORNIA: August 12, 2003: NEST Technologies, Inc., > announced the availability of a new low-cost micro-porous tooling plate > for construction of molds for vacuum forming and thermoforming. > VACPLATE-1155 is a highly machinable composite material produced using a > proprietary combination of ceramic powder and plastic binder. The > unique manufacturing process enables us to produce extremely dense > structures with uniform micro-porosity. > > VACPLATE-1155 represents a true "Rapid Tooling" solution for quick > production of vacuum molds. Excellent machinability, elimination of the > need to drill vacuum holes and distribution channels, and "stone-like" > surface quality that virtually eliminates secondary polishing, means > that this product can be used to produce finished molds within hours. > In most cases, VACPLATE-1155 will help reduce the total labor cost to > make a mold by at least 50% as compared with other tooling materials. > > The target application areas for VACPLATE-1155 include prototype and > low-volume production tooling for thin gauge and heavy gauge plastic > vacuum forming. Other applications include vacuum clamping systems, > 3D-vacuum chucks, air-cushion devices, and molds for the ceramic > industry. > > The following are some of the specific benefits of totally porous vacuum > form tooling: > > - extreme level of detail and definition > - highly crisp corners and edges > - ability to form transparent parts without surface imperfections > - elimination of trapped air on flat surfaces > - improved uniformity of plastic thickness in deep cavities > - faster air evacuation > > Presently, VACPLATE-1155 is available in the following maximum block > sizes: > > 24" x 20" x 3.7" > > Multiple blocks can be joined together using epoxy based adhesive to > produce large structures. > > We are now expanding our production capacity and plan to produce much > larger block sizes within the next few months. > > We welcome inquiries from end-users as well as companies that have > interest in distributing this unique product. > > ### > -- > Michael Tsenter > NEST Technologies, Inc. > 3849 Ridgemoor Drive > Studio City, CA 91604 USA > Tel: 818-761-6500 > Fax: 818-761-6116 > e-mail: email@example.com > web site: http://www.nesttechnologies.com
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