Re: Die STL.die

From: aaroflex (
Date: Mon Jan 03 2000 - 15:28:00 EET

Dear Dan and List,

Send me a part file and I will give you a price of fifty percent of market rate
and I will guarantee satisfaction or no charge. Then you can post the defects of
the part. Also, Dan, I will need to know your full name and address and who you
work for and a credit rating report if your company is unknown.

Have a Happy New Year to all,
Albert C. Young
AAROFLEX, Inc. wrote:

> In a message dated 1/2/00 10:27:21 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
> > The AAROFLEX Solid Imager as well as the Teijin Seiki Soliform
> > Stereolithography
> > machines slice on the fly and have for years.
> If a company is unable or unwilling to document an installed user base (heck
> even ONE user), then should any claims as to performance really be made?!
> Let's say I have a unique rapid prototyping machine of my own design that
> "slices on the fly" and builds parts faster and at less cost than others'
> machines. If I can't document (prove) that by an independent source (like at
> least ONE user), should I be able to make claims like that? Thank goodness
> that we do enjoy freedom of speech but I, for one, will pay no attention to
> that man behind the curtain, or his machine - any time he posts here.
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