Estimating (costs) seems to be a thread of common interest.
I've worked out two useful estimating methods for our Sanders MM6B, which
in a general way could be applied to any RP machine. I'm sure that others
have worked out estimating methods for their RP machines as well. However,
they are proprietary in nature, the very basis of competition. I suppose I
could write an article on a general approach if I had the time and an
At 10:32 AM 8/4/00 -0400, you wrote:
>We are also interested in improving our estimating methods. Does any one
>have tools or suggestions?
>Paramount Industries, Inc.
>A Product Development Company
>2475 Big Oak Road
>Langhorne, PA 19047
>215-757-9611 ext. 243
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jason Lau [SMTP:Jason.Lau@yingfeng.com.hk]
> > Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 8:10 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Part costing tool
> > Dear RP-ML,
> > We would like to know if anyone will share their SLA/DTM/FDM or ThermoJet
> > job estimating tools. We have a client that would like to do a better job
> > estimating job cost and doesn't want to have to go through a year of trial
> > and error.
> > Thanks much in advance,
> > Jason Lau
> > General Manager
> > Ying Feng Precision Machinery
> > Hong Kong
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