Hmmmmm.....so, does the machine build with a material that burns out??
Bathsheba Grossman wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, Vern Carter wrote:
> > I have also had an open email dialog with Joseph Kowen
> > firstname.lastname@example.org about the machine so I do think they're
> > home. They may be swamped with correspondences due to the apparent
> > break through they have achieved. I only hope its not all smoke and
> > mirrors.
> My big question is, do they have, or plan, a material that burns out?
> My parts will never be moldable, so direct casting is a must-have.
> > Reliability is a must for a printer!!!
> That's the second question - that case is mighty sleek looking, but
> what's the MTBF? It seems like a lot will depend on how they handle
> tech support in the U.S.; we can't phone home to Israel every time
> something goes wrong.
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