From: Bradley Van Dike (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 05 2002 - 16:19:34 EET
For the Stratasys Quantum's promotional debut there were a few parts that had not made it into production yet so the missing parts were made from the FDM process and placed on the production machine for the demo.
Brad Van Dike
Yazaki North America
>>> Elaine Hunt <email@example.com> 03/05/02 08:46AM >>>
At 05:08 PM 3/4/2002 -0800, Brock Hinzmann wrote:
Has anyone ever made aa part on one RP machine for use as an insert in a part being built on a different RP machine? We always talk about each type of machine having distinct advantages in materials and types of parts they can build. Any creative opportunities to be had there?
I think if I saw one thing at the SLA user meeting it was how far we have come in 14 years but how far we have to go. As a technology we have touched the surface of 3d creativity. We have opened the door for future generations to use this technology to drive their lives. Today we have barely moved the point on the scale of possibilities yet it seems we have stretched the limits of possibilities of today's machines. I can't wait to see how the disruptive technologies move us in new directions and opportunities.
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