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wave pallets and titanium

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#51747

wave pallets and titanium | 11 September, 2007

Can anyone give me any information on the longivity of titanium insert wave pallets. What I am looking for is the integrity of thin walls over several hundred cycles and the interface between the insert and the durostone material.

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#51768

wave pallets and titanium | 12 September, 2007

HI John,

I use wave fixtures with titanium inserts. So far I have not seen any problem with walls about 0.010" thickness and 0.120" tall (or deep depending how you see it)...The Titanium-composite interface is also very strong (as long as you have enough screws to hold the insert)...never seen a problem with it...

The only problem I find with Titanium inserts is the cost!

My two cents, George

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#52456

wave pallets and titanium | 12 November, 2007

George,

Who do you purchase your wave pallets from. Our vendors has not perfected this attachment yet and I need to get a source.

Thanks,

KSRSR

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#52504

wave pallets and titanium | 13 November, 2007

I do not know who George uses, but we use Ascentec Engineering for our wave pallets. I have no association with them other than they make an excellent product that we continually go to, to get new fixtures from. They can be contacted at (503) 925-1942 ext.114 Andrew Ruef

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#52536

wave pallets and titanium | 15 November, 2007

I use Pentagon EMS (503) 924-2747 with Chad Haima. Note: I do not get a penny for referals. I just like the service, super fast, high quality and excellent customer service. I have worked with them for about 4 years.

Thanks, George

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#52538

wave pallets and titanium | 15 November, 2007

Chad's a good guy and also has decent taste in music from what I recall.

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#52539

wave pallets and titanium | 15 November, 2007

I also consult in all matters wave related. i have a degree from Soltec college and am now a CWMT (Certified Wave Master Technocologis).

WaveMAsterLarry@yahoo.com

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#52540

wave pallets and titanium | 15 November, 2007

WTF is a "Technocologis"?????

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#52541

wave pallets and titanium | 15 November, 2007

Sounds a little like a "condition", dunnit?

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#52553

wave pallets and titanium | 16 November, 2007

My company is manufacturing pallets using titanium

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