High-Strength Parts Formed Using Stereolithography
Patent application, Filed 4 Oct 1999
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON DC
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High-strength parts are produced by first performing a stereolithography part generation process to create a polymer part having opposing interior surfaces. An uncured strength material is interposed between the opposing interior surfaces of the polymer part. The polymer part with the uncured strength material is then heated. The strength material is chosen to bond to the opposing interior surfaces during the heating step.
- Polymer Chemistry
- Printing and Graphic Arts