I'm mean going from a designer's sketch to a hand-carved foam model in a
matter of minutes. Generating a CAD file, by itself, already puts your
machine at a disadvantage, speedwise.
Marina Hatsopoulos wrote:
>>But back to the metrics. Rapid? OK, faster than other RP machines, but
>>still slower than making crude concept models from foam.
>In fact, this is not at all the case relative to Z Corp.'s Z402 system.
>challenge anyone to make a foam model of any complex geometry in the
>can print it out on our system. We have virtually no geometric
>and a print speed that is an order of magnitude faster than any other
>on the market.
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