From: Steve Garrison (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 07 2003 - 22:50:37 EEST
I don't know if anyone saw the article at the New York Times
on-line. Buried in the middle of the story is talk of HP entering the 3d
printing (Bunny Burner) business, that would sell for as little as $1000.00
and they were thinking about building "a high-cost stereo lithographic
printer, code-named Zorro".
It's nice yet terrifying to see a company like HP jump in with a $1000
printer. IF the quality is there what will that do to Service
Bureaus? Will all those smaller parts be built in house? Even a dedicated
hobbyist could contemplate buying a "Bunny Burner".
R.P. Part Coordinator
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