RE: [rp-ml] SLA-250/40 and SLA-250/50 spec. sheets?

From: Steve Stewart <>
Date: Wed Jun 21 2006 - 23:15:52 EEST

The rp-ml ROCKS! Thanks to all of you who have responded so
immediately. I have what I need now.

-Steve Stewart

-----Original Message-----
From: Timothy J Gornet []
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 2:13 PM
To: Steve Stewart;
Subject: Re: [rp-ml] SLA-250/40 and SLA-250/50 spec. sheets?


Will fax it now. I have squirrelled away most all of the old 3D and DTM
marketing stuff and still have it, even from my SLA250-30. I even have
the marketing materials for the SLA-190. Any of those still out there?

While searching I even found brochures for the Quadrax Laser Modeling
System, Helisys LOM 1015, Stratasys 3D Modeler, D-Mec System (in
Japanese), Cubital Solid Ground Curing, Original DTM SLS 2000, DuPont
Solid Imaging System, the 1988 charter for the SLA User's Group, and the
minutes from the 89 SLA User's group. I think I have the hand written
ones from the 88 User's Group in Orlando somewhere.

Oh well, just a bit of a history trip as I was sorting through my paper
packed fire hazard of an office.


Tim Gornet Manager, RP Operations
Rapid Prototyping Center
 Vogt Bldg. Rm 101, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: (502)852-0714 FAX: (502)852-8890

>>> "Steve Stewart" <> 6/21/2006 12:57 PM >>>
Hello, all -
We are going to be moving to a new facility, and the governmental
powers-that-be are demanding machine specifications for all equipment we
have. I've managed to find old spec. sheets for our 350, 500, Viper,
and 5000, but cannot find them for our SLA-250/40's and 250/50's.
Anybody got any ideas for links or places to look? Or, do you have them
on paper that you could fax?
Thanks in advance,
Steve Stewart

Steve Stewart
protogenic, inc. <> 1490 w. 121 ave.,
suite 101
westminster, co 80234

Protogenic - Your design, our commitment
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