Re: [rp-ml] Additional questions about Viper si2 and Eden330(333)

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Date: Tue Nov 02 2004 - 16:54:33 EET

Hi Folks:

One of the main reasons for having a mailing list like this is to share
information, so it would be useful to the other 1,500 of us if respondees would
post to the list as well as to the individual asking the question.

If that doesn't happen, how about a summary of the responses from the

I'm curious about the specific question - but more importantly the
conversation on this list has nearly dried up. Without individual participation and a
little cultivation, there's every possibility it will simply blow away.

Ed Grenda
Castle Island Co. (email)

The Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping

In a message dated 04-11-02 07:34:03 EST, you write:

<< Dear Rplist:
 First, I really thank all you who let me have your priceless advices. Let me
ask you of two questions about both machines(Viper si2 and Eden 330).
 1. I would like to know the durability of outcome (materials) as time
is passing away; I know these are mainly employed for purpose of test
piece(concept or function). I really, however, wonder whose materials (outcome) have
more durability on the time.
 2. I wonder of maintenance expense, except material expense, of both
machines. I have just heard that Viper si2 need about $20,000 for recharging
for laser every one or two years. On the other hand, Eden 330(333) just need
about $100 for changing lens. Please let me have your advice for this issue.
 Thank you
 Tae-ywan Kim
 Digital Craftsman
Received on Tue Nov 02 15:53:04 2004

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