Re: [rp-ml] perfactory or solidscape???

From: Ricardo Amaral <>
Date: Mon Feb 04 2008 - 22:00:51 EET

I think you didn't get what I mean. I state I'm biased, since I use the solid-scapes. And that they both behave completely different. And I can tell what is good about the solid-scapes. And I mention some envisiontec customers don't like my services. I'd like to see the discussion running like that, not with bulling.

BTW, Sales and Marketing from who?



Date:Mon, 04 Feb 2008 11:29:00 -0500
To: <>
> Hello All:
> Please note that the information provided by Ricardo is wrong as
> far as the number of machines in Brazil. There are a lot more
> machines than you have indicated. As a matter of fact, I can think
> of one building in the jewlery district that has three machines
> alone. Colen industrial in San paolo is the distributor and he will
> be happy to build samples for potential customers for their own
> evaluation. His details are on our website at
> We understand that your negativity towards the envisionTEC product
> is driven by your bias as an owner of solidscape machines. We
> believe that both machines have their own nitche in the jewelry
> market, and each customer must make his decision based on the
> evaluation of both technologies.
> Sincerely,
> Sales and Marketing Team
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ricardo Amaral <>
> To:
> Sent: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 8:58 am
> Subject: Re: [rp-ml] perfactory or solidscape???
> Hi Tom, I run a couple of solid-scapes. There is one envisiontec
> here in Brazil also. They are completely different animals. My
> customers don't like the perfactory. Some of them tried it and gave
> up. I have run test parts for people used to the perfactory, they
> didn't like the result. But the first is more often than the
> second. I, of course, prefer the solid-scape and think it delivers
> better parts and is better factory wise. It's matterial burns
> perfectly and I had parts casted in metal-age foundries. It's only
> flaw is material resistance, but it's manageable. It's unbeatable
> in pav├Ęs, on the other hand. If it's for your own use, hire
> services from both and make up you own opinion. That's the safest
> route. Ricardo Date:Mon, 4 Feb 2008 14:29:12 +0330 From:
> To: <> > dear RPer, > we want
> to enter to the jewel design and manufacturing. we want to > use
> suitable RP machine for jewelry industry. which is better? >
> EnvisionTec perfactory or Solidscape T66 ? which has better >
> surface quality corresponding demand on jewelry industry? > regards
> > tom
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