Masuo-san & all:
I have seen this machine work in Singapore, Jakarta and elsewhere. I do
not know about the paper technology, but the part quality seems to be
like a Helisys machine in the early days -- not too impressive. That
circles are definately faceted (no circular intrepretation in the
software) is the biggest issue. I'm think a software issue, so it
should improve over time.
But because it is such a direct copy of the Helisys machine, they will
likely have patent issues (ala EOS & SLA) in US, Japan and maybe EU.
Also, I have never seen the 50 inch machine build a part (and I've seen
it at several shows)........has anyone?
If the paper story is true, I'd like to buy some to try on my LOMs.
> Dan Davis
> Division Head, RP&M
> Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Berhad (PROTON)
Hicom Industrial Estate
Batu 3 PO Box 7100
Shah Alam, Selangor D. E.
> +60 3 515-3906 direct line
> +60 3 515-2380 direct fax
> +60 12 277-5770 hand phone
> From: Masuo Namme[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, 12 February, 1998 9:21 AM
> To: Miller, Michael W; 'RP Mail List'; Matteo Righini
> Subject: RE: Sibco LOM material
> Dear all,
> In the Euromold97 I met a guy who sells the Kynergy machine developed
> Singapore. The guy said the model made of this system can stand up to
> degrees celsius because they use the very special paper.
> Is there anybody who knows well about this technology ?
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