Hey, "Papa Joe", I'd like to hear more about SLS ProtoForm and
> On May ,1st I send out a request for feed back on what topics the
> SLS users on this list would like to hear about at our annual
> meeting. From the extent of the replies I received I have to
> conclude that either there are only two other users here besides
> myself or only two people really cared. (Thanks Will Swank, and Rog
> Spielman for your valuable feed back). I know that can't be true
> though! So lets just say you have been to busy making money with
> your Sinterstations and hated to stop for even a minute to reply!
> Please take the time to help us to put together a meaningful
> conference! Without your input the officers can only guess at what
> you want to see.
> Joe DeGuglielmo wrote:
> > I'm sitting here thinking about topics for the SLS annual conference and
> > thought why not ask the group for their help. I do have questions and
> > hope you can supply some answers. One of my jobs this year is the
> > agenda, so this information is vital to me.
> > * Who on this lists owns an SLS machine?
> > * What do you own? How many?
> > * Who wants to own one? Why?
> > * What do you think was new and exciting in SLS this year?
> > * Were you happy with the past year performance?
> > * Was business good or bad?
> > * What does the future hold?
> > * What would take this technology to the next level?
> > * Who is using it and what are they using it for? (castings patterns,
> > functional models, metal parts, etc.)
> > * Can we use it for other things? What are they?
> > * What successes have you had?
> > * Where have they failed?
> > * Why did you succeed and why did you fail?
> > * Where is the biggest growth taking place?
> > * Where is the littlest"
> > * Where is the most potential?
> > * Is there a material category that is selling better then others?
> > Why?
> > * What do you want to hear about when you attend a meeting like this?
> > Please feel free to answer any or all. Whatever input I get will help me
> > to form a better mix of topics.
> > Thanks
> > --
> > Best Regards,
> > Joe DeGuglielmo
> > Eastman Kodak Company
> > Rapid Prototyping Center
> > 901 Elmgrove Rd.
> > Rochester, NY 14653-5315
> > (716)-726-7046 Phone
> > (716)-726-3220 FAX
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> Best Regards,
> Joe DeGuglielmo
> Eastman Kodak Company
> Rapid Prototyping Center
> 901 Elmgrove Rd.
> Rochester, NY 14653-5315
> (716)-726-7046 Phone
> (716)-726-3220 FAX
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