From: Adrian Bowyer (A.Bowyer@bath.ac.uk)
Date: Sat Mar 26 2005 - 01:58:28 EET
Quoting Bathsheba Grossman <email@example.com>:
> How about this instead: when your work reaches the point where I pay
> less than $1000, put in less than 20 hours of bench time, and have a
> 3D printer that can print my designs, I'll release one sculpture
> design into the public domain, your choice, with credit to you. I'll
> accept parts in any material with mechanical properties comparable to
> SLA, so long as undercuts are fully supported and the resolution is at
> least .01". Does that seem fair?
A gracious, wonderful, and irresistible offer. How could I refuse? Yes.
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