RE: Price idea for a resin/plastic model

From: Jim Williams (
Date: Wed Oct 16 2002 - 01:18:38 EEST

Yes: when they become as inexpensive and reliable as an injection press you
will have your way... and to Sheba.. the final shape does remain elusive...

|-----Original Message-----
|From: Bathsheba Grossman [
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|Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 5:33 PM
|To: 'Rp-Ml (E-mail)
|Subject: RE: Price idea for a resin/plastic model
|On Tue, 15 Oct 2002, Jim Williams wrote:
|> Not sure what "fungible" is but RPSB's who's pricing is
|based on a commodity
|> business model are like a fungus to the product development
|industry and to
|> the RP industry.
|> ........ I gleefully watch as the bottom fishers turn on
|themselves and eat
|> each others lunch.
|There sure seems to be a lot of hostility to the idea that consistent
|products can or should one day have consistent prices; and to the idea
|that operating modern RP machines is no longer a fine art or a black
|Ah well, the invisible hand will squash some and spare others,
|regardless of what we say here. I hope we can at least agree that the
|market is far from mature, and that its final shape remains to be
|Bathsheba Grossman
|(831) 429-8224
|Sculpting geometry
|Creative prototyping
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