RE: [rp-ml] RP Patents article

From: Steven Adler \( A3DM \) <"Steven>
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2013 13:41:12 -0700

As regards SLS and patent expiration guys. Does his floodgate forecast hold
up..? When are those so called critical turning points


Right now in the DLP world of small and accurate, it is happening so fast I
can't keep up with the new product names


         Steven Adler



From: [] On Behalf
Of Michael Armbruster
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 8:00 PM
To: Tracy Taylor
Cc:; G. Sachs
Subject: Re: [rp-ml] RP Patents article


It was sort of funny, but it's not the fall on the floor satire that you'd
find from the guys who work at The Onion. I liked how even though it takes
3D Systems months to make a proper machine, the Maker community will be able
to spit them right out with zero budget. That was good. Also, the way he
referenced the machine from the MIT guys, which isn't even an SLS machine,
was sort of funny, I suppose. He did a good job of pretending to be one of
those writers who makes completely ludicrous statements and clearly has no
idea what he's talking about in the 3DP world. I wouldnt hire him to work
for the staff of Arrested Development or anything, but it wasnt bad.

- Michael

On Jul 27, 2013 7:12 PM, "Tracy Taylor" <> wrote:
> It's a good article. There are a few errors, but it doesn't change the
message. Who invented FDM...
> In any case I would love to get a machine here at home so that I can teach
my daughter to be a maker. Anything that reduces cost or makes better
technology available should be good for competition.
> Tracy Taylor
> On Jul 27, 2013 10:48 AM, "G. Sachs" <> wrote:
>> This is kind of interesting:
>> G. Sachs
>> Paradyme Systems USA

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