Re: [rp-ml] 1 Micron Manufacturing Technique

From: Baran Dağ <baran.dag_at_infotron.com.tr>
Date: Mon Oct 11 2004 - 16:34:08 EEST

Jason
The project seems like very similar. It requires very precise placement
of lenses in a pipe like structure. If we get outside the micron
tolerances than the device could not operate properly. The optical
properties are then distorted. We are located in Turkey. Any further
help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks a bunch!

Jason Andreas wrote:

>What JIS or DIN standard are you working to? 1 micron tolerance on a
>50mm X 150mm part is unusual. I know of one company that does something
>similar for optical microbenches but there is no way they would take on
>an external project. Where are you located?
>
>Good Luck,
> --jason
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: owner-rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi
>>[mailto:owner-rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi] On Behalf Of Paul Suomala
>>Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 1:53 PM
>>To: Baran Dað
>>Cc: rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi
>>Subject: Re: [rp-ml] 1 Micron Manufacturing Technique
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>>Baran Dað wrote:
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>>>I have a big problem.
>>>The problem is this cylindrical part, roughly 50 mm in diameter and
>>>150 mm in height. It has relatively simple geometry
>>>but the part dimensions must be within 1 micron tolerance.
>>>Can anyone build an aluminum part like this?
>>>Thanks!
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>1) Does it have to be aluminum?
>>2) Is there a way to modify the design so that the allowable
>>tolerance
>>could be increased?
>>3) How much are you willing to pay for HVAC and measuring equipment?
>>
>>Paul S
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