taikojan at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 09:43:28 EEST 2020
So sad to hear of an RP-ML member passing away and of not really knowing of
their contribution. My first accounter with a 3D Systems field service
engineer was that of a German that not only showed me how to operate an SLA
1 but gave me the file of a part that I still have with me built in Feb
1990. I have no confirmation of his name but he did teach me well and I
would have loved to know from where the part file came from. I call it a G
cube and was told to pause the build have way through and place a 5 mm dia.
Ball bearing in the cavity And continue the build this having a internal
maze game to show clients the amazing capability of RP. This is my prize
possession in the 3D printing museum. Would love to hear from the daughter
to know more about him.
On Thu, 16 Jul 2020, 00:46 Günther Petrusch, <guntherpe at gmail.com> wrote:
> I inform that the person that this e-mail belongs has passed away. So,
> please, exclude this e-mail from your list.
> Sincerely, his daughter.
> Em sáb., 6 de jun. de 2020 às 12:34, Marshall Burns <ListMail2 at fabbers.com>
>> Disregard. Testing to see if we’re still here.
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