From: Rudolph Galenti (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jul 01 2002 - 22:05:53 EEST
I would sure like to see the economic model where you can take a $800,000
machine, filled with $60,000 worth of resin, using a $42,000 laser with a
finite life; along with all the overhead, computers, software, people,
maintenance, etc., and sell parts so cheap.
Someone must get overcharged to subsidize the operation. That is the most
likely reason they are so secretive. They don't want their good paying
customers to know that they are giving parts away to any Tom, Dick and Harry
They must use the same accounting methods used at Enron and Worldcomm.
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