I'm surprised at the skepticism/cynicism regarding this new product
announcement. I suppose that keeping up to date on new technologies
takes its toll to the extent that new stuff is greeted this way. I'd be
very interested to see the technology working before I made any
One never knows from what corner, trite or profound, innovation comes.
-- michael rees http://www.sound.net/~zedand00/ 1212 w 8th St. Bldg B #2, KC, Mo 64101 816 753 3020 v 816 753 1542 f
majid aghababazadeh wrote: > > >From: "David K. Leigh" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > > Where have I heard this. I remember people thinking that you would have > > large manufacturing facilities lined with SLA or SLS or similar and that > > this would be your manufacturing. > > Hi RP world, > > I used to work for/with Dr. Khoshnevis on Contour Crafting, implemented three iteration of the technology. Based on the practical experiments also based on the target of the process you don't have to have large manufacturing facilities lined with SLA or SLS. CC can be an independent machine based on the manufacturing target also can be employed in a wide range of applications. We built some parts with surface roughness of about 96Um and layer thickness of about 0.05"( Without surface finishing). > > > > > A Stratasys with Smoothers? > > > > > > > > High-value items like boats are candidates for > > > production by the new method, the researcher believes. > > > "As we gain expertise in this method," Khoshnevis said, > > > "machines improve and cost falls. I believe this method > > > will be competitive with some manufacturing processes." > > > > So, how would you ship this? (no pun intended) > > > > About shipping !!! It is easy. After manufacturing you pack the machine either in parts or fully assembled and ship it, that easy!!!!!!! (no pun intended) > > Majid Aghababazadeh > > Tel:818-874-7154 > Fax:818-735-5626 > email@example.com > firstname.lastname@example.org >
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