[WWI] WWI List Re: Hyperscale W29 build - strange lozenge

Rob rob at rob-stewart.to
Fri Jul 29 22:32:07 EDT 2011


I'm with Shane on this, due to Occam's Razor.

DSA could easiyl have had a misaligned sample.

Rob Stewart
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I was thinking perhaps it was printed with the pattern perpendicular to the length, but then have it skewed slightly by stretching it after one edge was affixed. This may keep any  thread group from being on a single rib.

Bob
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  I will chime in here....

  From a manufacturing standpoint it would be nearly impossible to print using rollers. The pattern needs to be perpendicular to the rollers.

  To quote one of the smartest engineers I know "That don't make no sense!"

  Brent

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