Re: Job Posting

From: Ronald Jones (
Date: Thu Sep 02 1999 - 02:15:57 EEST

Albert, Andy and all,

No need to check with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. We are more than
happy to discuss our company and our services with anyone on the list, even
including representatives from RP equipment firms that we do not market for.

Regarding the Oklahoma Investment Forum presentation. I was the presenter,
not a 3D Salesman.

Regarding our colleagues in Stillwater, we wish them great success. In
fact, today Stillwater, OK has two SLA service bureaus-both operating SLA
systems. I assume they compete with one another in that small market.

As I have stated before already today, our company is not in competition
with service bureaus. Companies and universities that purchase fractional
shares from us by and large are considering equipment purchases. We are a
cost effective alternative to operating an in-house SLA7000 equipped lab.
Several service bureaus are considering fractional purchases at this time.

I am getting the feeling that my company's existence is making some folks
nervous. But while I am at it, I want to thank all the people from the list
who have written me complimentary notes and inquired about our company.

Ron Jones

-----Original Message-----
From: aaroflex <>
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Date: Wednesday, September 01, 1999 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Job Posting

>Dear Andy and all,
>I was in Tulsa a few months ago where a friend of mine went to a
presentation by
>the 3D salesman who was organizing and pitching the Shared Replicators
program to
>an investment group. My friend gave me the pamphlet, but I supposed I
tossed it.
>Of course it is easy to check with the Oklahoma State Corporation
Commission to
>obtain the names of the incorporators as well as the articles of
>The program, as I was told, is to sell shares or a block of time to users
such as
>Little Giant Pump Co. and Zebco. I wonder how the 3D machine owner in
>feels about this after spending well over a year to build up his own
business in a
>farm state with very little product development industry.
>Albert C. Young
> wrote:
>> In a message dated 99-08-31 14:31:11 EDT,
>> << Shared Replicators is pioneering Fractional Ownership Programs for
>> top-of-the-line industrial rapid prototyping equipment. Currently, the
>> company is marketing shares in SLA7000 solid imaging systems. >>
>> Is that the only way someone can afford one of those?
>> Andy Scott
>> Lockheed Martin Aero Sys
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