I teach in the Engineering Technology Department of a small Community College. We are in the process of selecting an RP machine for teaching and research applications. We will also support an active CAD/CAM maching center with a large and diverse local customer base. Which system will provide the most versatility for us or "best bang for our bucks"? I am looking at FDM and SLA technology. Am I overlooking something? I am interested in comments from the group who are actually using the equipment, pros and cons and suggestions. Obviously money is a consideration, but we want a machine which will provide "form, fit" and as much "function" as the technology will provide.
Thanks in advance for any and all input!
Steve Butler, P.Eng
University College of Cape Breton
Sydney, NS, Canada
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