From: Kiran Shastry (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 18 2002 - 17:42:35 EET
This is not Monday morning feelings.
You said it, you slow machine has to run continously.
But this is surprising SLS customers happy with FDM
Can somebody tell me any contribution from FDM in last
2 years in increasing accuracy/finish etc ? In
--- JB Ventures BV <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Your
message is clear Kiran.
> We run a FDM Titan (PolyCarbonate) machine for
> service in Europe and is running almost
> continiously. With your opinion in mind, guess the
> former SLS customers for wich we are building parts
> for the last half year must be all complete fools!
> Should your reply be taken seriously of has it
> somewhat to do with your monday-mornin-feelings?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Kiran Shastry
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, November 16, 2002 7:01 PM
> Subject: Stratasys - SPT - Slow Prototyping
> Saw a lot of mails on FDM & slowness etc.
> I do not know how long this Glue making like
> technology will survive. I hope till the the time
> find new customers everytime ?
> If real comparison with SLA/SLS with FDM wanted,
> ask users of both the techology. For only FDM
> it is definitely great machine.
> For me Stratasys is just imitating 3D Systems, all
> their news article, etc. This is the company which
> talks about % all the time, everything put in %,
> good. FDM Quantum is 50 % faster, Maxum is 50 %
> than Quantum, etc. Just recently they talked abot
> resolution wire or so, without mentioning any
> Kiran Shastry
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