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Optimizing batches of small parts in WSF [message #30788] Wed, 13 July 2011 12:09 UTC Go to next message
avatar Lemonsoda  is currently offline Lemonsoda
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I have ordered several batches of smaller parts in white strong & flexible, and was wondering what I could do to help the cleaning process.

Data of single part boundary box:
Height 2.5 cm
Width 1.8 cm
Depth 5.8 cm
Volume 2.01 cm³

Would connecting them with a thin cylinder ease the handling?

Sean
Re: Optimizing batches of small parts in WSF [message #31159 is a reply to message #30788 ] Tue, 19 July 2011 20:27 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar MitchellJetten  is currently offline MitchellJetten
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Hi Sean,

sorry for the late response,

the parts aren't that small (we've seen smaller) so this isn't really a problem for us when cleaning!

Good luck with ordering!

Mitchell Jetten


Kind regards,

Mitchell Jetten
Customer Service Coordinator
Shapeways
icon14.gif  Re: Optimizing batches of small parts in WSF [message #31189 is a reply to message #31159 ] Wed, 20 July 2011 09:22 UTC Go to previous message
avatar Lemonsoda  is currently offline Lemonsoda
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Hi Mitchell, thank you for clearing this up for me!
Sean

 
   
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