From: Andrew Layton (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 31 2007 - 18:19:19 EET
It's the SL-9100 series resin from Huntsman. There is a separate
style file that is used to define the highlighted areas rather than
doing a series of overlays, upping the overcure values (added work).
At 05:47 AM 12/28/2007, Andy wrote:
>There are a few University run this material and I would think that
>Materialise would also run it.
>I think it is now a Huntsman resin.
>There is also another solution to what you want to achieve. You will
>need 2 stl files to do this, 1 is
>the original file and the other is the file of the part you need to
>be more opaque. Insert the parts where you need them
>(1 inside the other) and then up the hatch over cure value on the
>part that you want to be darker.
>If you are unsure how to up the over cure or the style file will not
>let you, then just create copies of the file that needs
>to be darker in the same CAD space( if you have 4 copies in the same
>space it will get 4 times the over cure)
>If you need any further info then feel free to contact me
>ALLSHORN RP CONSULTANCY LTD
>----- Original Message ----
>From: Bob Olsen <Bob@protogenic.com>
>To: Jonathan Chertok (Universal Joint)
><firstname.lastname@example.org>; Rp-ml <email@example.com>
>Sent: Thursday, 27 December, 2007 9:55:12 PM
>Subject: RE: [rp-ml] Transparent Demonstration Model
>Jonathan, quick thought. There was a medical grade SLA material that
>you could turn red in certain spots to highlight tumors, etc.
>Would a service bureau running that be able to help? My recollection is
>the base color was that old yellowish SLA color.
>ProtoMed, a company we used to be affiliated with, ran it, don't know if
>they still do.
>Behalf Of Jonathan Chertok (Universal Joint)
>Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2007 12:42 PM
>Subject: [rp-ml] Transparent Demonstration Model
>Looking for suggestions for a transparent model material that allows one
>to do color, or semi-opaque planes, within the body of the model. Much
>appreciate any leads, knowledge on whether this exists, or suggestions
>on how to accomplish a workaround.
>Best wishes for a great 2008.
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