RE: RP modeling of food/medicine products

Date: Tue Feb 23 1999 - 12:37:29 EET

Sounds like a way to produce rock candy like I ate as a kid. It was
basically crystalized sugar. Who knows, as expensive as candy is
at the candy stores, we may be able to build and sell the stuff
competitively. What a job that would be! Sign me up for that quality
control position.


> A friend of mine once filled some sugar powder into an EOSint
> laser-sintering machine.
> It all ended with a big mess;
> In other words: this approach still needs some parameter optimisation.

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