From: Gonzalez Prada, Jorge (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 11 2005 - 11:51:43 EET
You can find some information of the FullCure 700 in the
following web site: http://www.objet.co.il/Products/fc700.html I can
imagine you've got already this information, and the truth is that I
don't know if the properties shown there are for the fully cured state,
but they can be useful for you.
We are users of this machine, so if you find some new
information about this photopolymer, we would appreciate to hear about
that, because we are also interested in making some tests to these parts
(from surface roughness to rigidity) and any knowledge would be mostly
Hope this helps. Best regards.
Industrial Design Area
Tecnun (University of Navarra)
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Behalf Of Chris Sonon
Sent: jueves, 10 de marzo de 2005 16:50
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Rpimf@rpimf.org; Rpemail@example.com
Subject: [rp-ml] Objet Material Information Request
I'm in the process of running FEA analysis on prototype parts. However,
obtaining reliable material properties for the prototype material has
proved difficult. Therefore, does anyone know the material properties
for "Full Cure 700 Series Photopolymer" in the fully cured state? This
material is used in the Eden 330 Objet rapid prototype machine.
Furthermore, is there documentation on part strength as a result of
print direction? I other words, how does lamination direction effect
part strength in bending, shear, tensile, etc?
I'm most interested in the follow specifications.
-Thermal Expansion Coeff.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
CAD Design Technician
Iron Mountains LLC
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