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Greg M. Jung
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Re: 3D Printer Price Points
Greg M. Jung   1/25/2013 10:24:58 PM
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I believe the other company might have been Helisys which used the Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM) rapid prototyping process.  I have seen this process also and as stated below it has advantages and disadvantages (like every rapid prototyping process).

dhenz
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Re: 3D Printer Price Points
dhenz   5/21/2013 6:55:49 AM
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what about for A4 printer paper users? It wouldn't be helpful for them since printing will take longer time I guess

Debera Harward
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Cost Reduction In 3D Printers
Debera Harward   5/21/2013 7:39:32 AM
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No doubt 3D printing is becomming very common these days but initially this tecnology was considered too expensive but after reading this post i am very excited to hear that a 3D printer can come within$1000 as well and that can be used very easily in house holds as well .This is really amazing .

kellyjones001
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Printing For Home
kellyjones001   7/11/2013 6:26:25 AM
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a good information about Mcore and Up 3D USA creating a beautiful differnce between the two by explaing advavtages of both and features as well.
it benefits a lot to a home keeping customer.

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