From: Rahbari, Mohamad (Mohamad.Rahbari@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca)
Date: Mon Feb 21 2005 - 21:00:40 EET
I am a graduate student and my research has to do with SLS. I have been able
to successfully build parts from several different materials reducing the
volume of powder required. I don't know if I had mentioned it previously on
rp-ml, but because I was researching new materials for the SLS and I had a
limited supply of powder I worked on this to allow me to build parts with
minimal powder in the feed cartridges.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Ian Gibson
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 4:01 AM
Subject: [rp-ml] Small scale SLS
Hello rp-ml - hope you are all well and Happy New Year of the Rooster
It is a long, long time since I sent a mail here. Mainly because rp-ml kept
sending back my messages. Hopefully, my resubscription has sorted this out.
Anyway, what I wanted to know was whether any of you have adapted their SLS
machine to handle small powder volumes. I recall someone mentioning they
had done this by reducing the powder bed size (using a mask), and
restricting the feed chambers. Unfortunately, I cant remember who it was
had done this. Can anyone get back to me on this?
Dr. Ian Gibson
Dept. Mechanical Engineering
The University of Hong Kong
Regional Editor (Asia) - Rapid Prototyping Journal
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