Stahlhut, Todd A. wrote:
> Dear RP'rs
> I just received a letter from AAROFLEX complaining that
> the North American Stereolithography Users Group (NASUG)
> refers to itself as it does. The letter suggests that because
> stereolithography is used by some to describe RP in general,
> that the users group, focused on 3D Systems technology,
> is doing something wrong in using the term. This users
> group existed before any of these other processes existed
> and has always referred to itself as stereolithography.
> Whats next - to suggest that COKE change its name because
> many use it to refer to a soda, or Klennex because it is often
> used to refer to a tissue.
> Give me a break!
> Regards, Todd Stahlhut
> P.S. Am I out of line here or does this seem strange ???
Ditto to what Todd said! I got the same letter last week and had the
same feelings. Todd, you may remember last year around this time the
same subject came up and was discussed on this list. I'm sure it's to
take advantage of the fact we're meeting this week in Orlando. The topic
in fact has been discussed here and will be addressed by the NASUG. I
for one want to keep the name the same and have the others find a
descriptive name for themselves.
Joe DeGuglielmo Eastman Kodak Company Rapid Prototyping Center 901 Elmgrove Rd. Rochester, NY 14653-5315 (716)-726-7046 email@example.com
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