RE: [rp-ml] JOSHUA HARKER.NEWSLETTER | September 2010

From: Steven Adler \(A3DM \) <>
Date: Fri Sep 10 2010 - 22:04:28 EEST

I found your interesting...and you would be surprised how much goes on here
on the RPML. It just depends on the subject and how passionate you are...


Too bad you did not send your work to RAPID to be among other art interests
last year





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Steven Adler





From: [] On Behalf
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2010 11:55 AM
To: G. Sachs
Subject: Re: [rp-ml] JOSHUA HARKER.NEWSLETTER | September 2010


Looks like the RPML ended up on my mailing list. Apologies if this found
it's way to you unwanted &/or irritates your astute artistic sensibilities.
There isn't much action or participation here anymore so I'm not sure it's
even a valid forum for this kind of thing (meaning pushing the boundries of
RP technology into new arenas). Maybe this forum is best left to used
equipment sales & the like.

Joshua Harker
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On 9/10/2010 1:32 PM, G. Sachs wrote:

(I got an email apparently addressed to rp-ml members but don't know if
others got this to - if you didn't just ignore my comments below)


What is this and why do it? Facial reconstruction was kind of nice but
otherwise not impressed by the other stuff. I think this is a perfect
example of what happens when you have a lot of time and a great solution
(i.e. RP/3D printers) and combine this to make things for no particular good
reason. What is this stuff? IMO, a random, complex, hard to make item is not
necessarily art (it might be crafting, but not art). Thanks, but no thanks,
for your post.

G. Sachs

Paradyme Systems


P.S. By the way, where is everybody else?
Received on Fri Sep 10 21:57:30 2010

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