The casters recommend minimum 0.7mm wall thickness but it depends on the pattern. If it’s a very small piece you might get away with thinner…
The resolution starts from 0.006350 mm
Layer Thickness: User Selectable - 0.00025 inch (0.00635 mm) to 0.003 inch (0.0762 mm) at 0.00025 (0.00635 mm) increments
Absolutely! In fact, because there is no ash or residue contamination from the build material and a negligible co-efficient of thermal expansion, our models are ideal for casting.
Ten thousandths of an inch (.254 mm).
The materials are all manufactured on-site at the Solidscape factory in Merrimack, NH. The materials are non-hazardous. The melting point for Solidscape® Model is 221° to 239° F (95° to 115° C) and Solidscape® Support is 122-162° F (50-72° C).
± one thousandth per inch in X, Y, and Z dimensions per linear inch.
Solidscape’s technology is based on the same process as an inkjet plotter. There are two inkjet heads, both depositing a material. One head deposits a cyan thermoplastic material (Solidscape® Model) – similar to an investment casting wax. The other deposits a purple wax (Solidscape® Support) that serves as a sacrificial support material for the model.
Our company is a 3D printing service for jewellers; we are using High Precision 3D Printers
Unfortunately, we not providing CAD services.
But we can recommend you a few CAD designer options.
Alexnder Alexandrow http://hystdesigns.com/ email: [email protected]
Pete Croton pete[email protected]
The cast pieces are expected to be true to the CAD design with shrinkage of up to 1%.