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far911
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Re: Print Yourself
far911   8/25/2013 4:24:36 AM
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@Pubudu - Good point. Filmmaking just might get revolutionized by this as the level of detail produced in this 3D printing is above and beyond the conventional figures used in making movies. 

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Re: High price, small customer base
far911   8/25/2013 4:21:10 AM
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@Pubudu - In case of SIMS, it'll require production in bulk so I'm pretty positive the prices will come down. 

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Re: High price, small customer base
far911   8/25/2013 4:20:42 AM
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@Pubudu - I don't think mainstream customers are a target at this point. This is still experimental work. Sophistication is inevitable, so are lower production and retail costs. 

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Re: Colors
Pubudu   8/25/2013 1:48:26 AM
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@RickR, I tried to do that but I could not get it can you please extract it again. 

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Re: Print Yourself
Pubudu   8/25/2013 1:40:18 AM
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Now I feel that there will be a big demand in these from the film industries , this will be a cheaper option for them in some shootings. 

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Re: 4D printing
Pubudu   8/25/2013 1:34:49 AM
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Mydesign 4D printing? It's very interesting , What is the other dimension that they are going to use?

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Re: High price, small customer base
Pubudu   8/25/2013 12:49:16 AM
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@a.saji, if it's going to use high end material for a better quality definitely it will increase the price further more. I thing that different level of quality, for the different leave of pricing would be the best option. 

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Re: High price, small customer base
Pubudu   8/25/2013 12:40:52 AM
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Yes TJ defiantly there will be a market for SIMS, but if they charging 300/= per 6 inchers I feel that the price is also will be high for the SIMS also.

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Re: High price, small customer base
Pubudu   8/25/2013 12:27:52 AM
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Rue Rob I also agree with you, I also can't imaging the target customers for these products who will pay that much of money 

far911
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Re: Colors
far911   8/24/2013 8:10:11 AM
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If you look closely, the floor gives it away. But regardless, this is amazing stuff. The level of detail you can print in such a miniature is mind boggling. Thumbs up! 

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