From: Markus Hitter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 07 2005 - 11:47:18 EEST
Am 06.07.2005 um 20:06 schrieb Sheku Kamara:
> I'm looking for a 1-part epoxy, [...][which] is re-usable since
> part size changes.
Reusable in terms of recycling already built parts?
This won't work since Epoxy can be cured once in a life, only. You
probably want to use some sort of thermoplastics, similar to what is
used in the FDM or SLS process.
> [...] preferably heat cured, [...]
The only way I'm aware of to achieve something similar is to use a
very slow curing Epoxy, where you can virtually stop the chemical
process at low temparatures (minus 25 deg Celsius). "Prepreg"s,
fabric pre-fabricated for manufacturing fiber reinforced plastics,
use this technology. Once heated (plus 70 deg Celsius) and fluid, the
curing time is still measured in hours ...
Hope that helps,
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Dipl. Ing. Markus Hitter
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