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Started by Jack DePasquale. Last reply by John Frangella Sep 30, 2011.
Which processes are involved in the manufacturing of Plates of Plate heat exchangers??? Is it sheet metal pressing and shearing or there is some other process involved too??
Just to let everyone know, in the spirit of forward-thinking Proto3000 is going to be giving away free tickets to this year's Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show.
You can find more information HERE
Rapid Scan 3D is looking forward to being part of this group. We specialize in 3D scanning and 3D printing technology. From 3D Scanning for inspection to reverse engineering. Fell free to ask us any questions you might.
My name is Reuben Menezes and I am knew to the exchange. It already seems as if I am surrounded by brilliant minds. I am an advocate of advanced technology and innovation. Let me know of any new developments, I would love to Blog about it, or have you guest Blog.
I wanted to share a recent piece on Additive Manufacturing, let me know your thoughts. It is a work in progress.
The Impact of Additive Manufacturing on Society
Glad to have you with us.
Welcome Daniel, hope you enjoy your experience here.
hello, am lynda. im new here. i really hope to learn a lot here.
Hi,this is Daniel,i am a engineer professional in prototyping and tooling in China.Hope we could learn more each other in here and also hope have an opportunity to work with you.
www.jevny.comwww.jevny.wordpress.com (Prototype and Tooling life in Shenzhen)
I'm at the AMUG conference now, and this is an ongoing subject here. So, check out the webinar on How To Integrate Prototyping Into The Design Process Using 3D Printing coming this Thursday. https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/525305386
New to the forum... Looking forward to reading and seeing some interesting things here.
As an FYI - We offer multiple spindle attachments for CNC-type applications as well as simple self-feeder drills, taps, reamers, etc. Even attachments for simple mills and drill presses.
The single and multi-drill attachments can often out perform a CNC or increase a CNC's performance. Imagine stroking and making 30+ holes at one time without adjusting X,Y locations for each hole, etc.
Anyhow, that is where my expertise is should anyone want to ping me.
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