Recipe this week recalls margarine: :-)
Not a few in this list seem to be interested in the 3D's MJM technology.
Last week at 9th RP symposium in Yokohama, Dr. Jacobs presented a little
about MJM concept. Below is the spot from the symposium.
Ulrich G. Kliegis:
> how soon are we going to see MJM enter a methodical competition
Possibly in 1996.
ALBIN A HASTBACKA:
> The Model that I saw was a simple extrusion with "3D" on the top face.
> It appeared to look like a bar of soap.
Yes, a sample he presented was like a soap, a margarine or a butter.
The material seemed like a kind of wax. Did you see the back face?
> The machine's print head consists of 96 jets oriented in a linear array.
> Information on speed was not available, but
Point-1: 96 nozzles may be about 50 times faster than 2 nozzles system.
Point-2: A part of which width is less than array, can eliminate X-movement
of the array, which will profit the layer-wise productivity.
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Nissin-DTM, Kyoto, Japan _/ _/. : . / | )
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Maybe a season to dust-off my boat.
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