Re: [diy_3d_printing_and_fabrication] Re: Keeping the resin from sticking to the vat
- ellsworth adhesives sells small containers of Sylgard 184, that's where I got mine.On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 7:35 PM, Thiyagarajan M <t_rajan_m@...> wrote:PDMS is available in Sigma-Aldrich. But i a not sure whether Sylgard 184 grade.Please see herehttp://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/search?interface=All&term=Polydimethylsiloxane&lang=en®ion=US&focus=product&N=0+220003048+219853269+219853286&mode=match%20partialmax
From: Bob Hunt <lauckstreet@...>
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Do you have a source where that can be purchased Peter?Thanks,Bob
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Subject: [diy_3d_printing_and_fabrication] Re: Keeping the resin from sticking to the vat
The silicone was a test and it did not work, but the Sylgard (PDMS) 184 seems to be working better. There is a PDF document from a University of Texas http://utwired.engr.utexas.edu/lff/symposium/proceedingsArchive/pubs/Manuscripts/2011/2011-06-Zhou.pdf
with some info on the forces that the cured resin is subjected to.
Can someone else ( other than Michael - B9 )give some details on the practical trials of PDMS, as I do not have it to test.
--- In email@example.com, "lauckstreet@..." <lauckstreet@...> wrote:
> Ok, i have another question regarding the coating on the bottom of the vat that prevents the resin from sticking. I understand the process of using silicon as Peter describes on his website but I was wondering if anyone has tried the anti graffiti spray I saw in the links portion of the forum? Or any other methods that provide good results.
> Bob Hunt