They use a pen plotter approach for the "printing" and cutting.
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Message text written by Ian Gibson
I searched the archives and found the thread. My system was down during
this discussion and I missed it first time round.
My question now is, 'does anyone know how they incorporate the printing
feature? Is it a separate unit or is it a fundamental part of the
At 02:42 PM 8/30/01 +0300, you wrote:
>At 16:55 30.8.2001 +0800, Ian Gibson wrote:
>>Can anyone tell me more about the machine?
>There was a discussion about Solididmensions system on the list beginning
>on the 31st of July on a topic "New System". Teery for example described
>some of the demo pieces he had.
> Juha Suokas - Mechanical Designer
>#these opinions and thoughts are my own, and they
>do not necessarily represent the official opinion of any
>organization that I might be associated with#
Dr. Ian Gibson
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The University of Hong Kong
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