We had the best luck replacing our SLA 250/30 with Compaq's (first a 386,
then a 486).
The 486 was found to be too fast for some of the tuning and setup screens so
a program called ATSlow to slow it down for those programs. Other wise, most
Others on the list may be more up on this, but area's I would expect
conflicts would be
between the standard 3-D ISA boards and the computers video (and network)
You may have to "play around" with the hardware IRQ's on the video and such
to get things going.
Hope this helps. Best of luck.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 1999 11:29 AM
Subject: Sla250/30 replacement computers
Hi every rapid prototyping's actors !
My name is Philip Hoarau. I was a field service engeineer in France
working for 3D Systems until September 93. We have five Sla250/30/40, one
Sla500, two Sla5000,one Sla3500, and one sintering machine from EOS. I have
some problems with my old computers one the Sla250/30, and I would like to
get some infos to change them. I know that I can't use tawainesse computers.
If someone as an experience on that, please let me know what kind of
computer do I need.
My Email is email@example.com
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