Re: RP meeting in Chicago

From: Delft Spline Systems (
Date: Mon Apr 17 2000 - 23:08:04 EEST

Dear Ken,

Should be, in which INCS stands for INter Computer Systems
Very impressive indeed what they presented.

Overall we were very glad with the recognition, by a number of speakers on
the conference, that CNC milling (whether High Speed or not) is indeed a
competing technology for RP&M :-)

Best Regards from Holland,

Lex Lennings

At Monday 4/17/00 , Ken Miller wrote:
>The link does not appear to be valid. Can
>others reach it or is it just my problem?

>>... Also they presented some work on HPM using a micro-spindle at
>>50,000rpm. Look at for more information. Also they
>>presented E-Darts system at 38K, Liquid Crystal Projection System being
>>developed at RIKEN and a system that uses the DMD Mirror system of Texas
>>Instruments. The RIKEN system may have used the TI stuff.

Delft Spline Systems, The Netherlands.
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