RE: [rp-ml] Automated Parting Software

From: Warner, Pat <>
Date: Wed Apr 23 2008 - 02:36:25 EEST

Hi Jonathan

Magics has an additional module that can calculate the parting line automatically.

As for the wax, it has been tried before with some success.



John Eric Voltin
Mechanical Engineer
Agile Technology

> Is there such a thing as "automated parting software"?
> I'm wondering if it is possible to have a rp mold fabricated - of a
> relatively faceted file with multiple angles of relief - that I could
> then use for pouring wax for investment casting. The idea being that I
> could wire it together and the software would assist/control the
> geometry of these individual parts.
> Thanks.
> Jonathan
> --
> development + design + construction
> [ bLOG ] on digital tools, rapid prototyping technologies and the
> fabrication of free-form structure.


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