In a message dated 12-18-95: Terry Wohlers made a statement that CGI of
Eden Prairie, MN was looking for beta sites for their RE-1000 (reverse eng.
system). I am just writing for a little clarification of the system.
This system which demo-ed at Autofact '95, basically consists of a
numerically controlled milling machine coupled with a flat bed scanner that compiles
layer by layer scans, correct. Also on a side note, isn't this company, CGI,
owned/operated by the Crump family, who also have a vested interest in Stratasys.
Thanks for the clarification.
Grad Student at Florida State Univ.
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