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Old 01-04-2013, 12:08 AM   #1961 (permalink)
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If we're talking DAM-magazine compatibility, something else to think about might by the MR5's gripframe, especially if the .45 grip was deleted in favor of a provision to use actual Lonestar-compatible grips.

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Old 01-04-2013, 12:30 AM   #1962 (permalink)
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heinous - are you going for another first? the auto-retro7 wasn't enough for you?

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Old 01-04-2013, 12:49 AM   #1963 (permalink)
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An Objet... You bastard Those are some seriously expensive machines... Ultra cool, but expensive. Which one do you have access to?

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Yep. Seriously expensive... Just my portion was about what I paid for the stratasys.

It's the 350.

The digital materials are amazing... I've already been printing comolded parts. I can variate durometers across a surface. And the resin has already proven to be strong enough for use as machining fixtures.

I can print a soft rubber textured skin onto the outside of a hard part. Or I've been using very low durometer blocks, integral to the surface, as springs to push fixtures back open. Very wicked technology.

But what was I to do? I have a plastic-extrusion printer and I lead the pack. Then Ty gets a plastic extrusion printer, and I get a hold of an objet. Lead the pack!

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Old 01-04-2013, 01:21 AM   #1964 (permalink)
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heinous - are you going for another first? the auto-retro7 wasn't enough for you?

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automate all of the nelsons!
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:28 AM   #1965 (permalink)
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automate all of the nelsons!
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:28 AM   #1967 (permalink)
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:57 AM   #1968 (permalink)
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Sorry for the weird cell-phone posting.

Yep. Seriously expensive... Just my portion was about what I paid for the stratasys.

It's the 350.

The digital materials are amazing... I've already been printing comolded parts. I can variate durometers across a surface. And the resin has already proven to be strong enough for use as machining fixtures.

I can print a soft rubber textured skin onto the outside of a hard part. Or I've been using very low durometer blocks, integral to the surface, as springs to push fixtures back open. Very wicked technology.

But what was I to do? I have a plastic-extrusion printer and I lead the pack. Then Ty gets a plastic extrusion printer, and I get a hold of an objet. Lead the pack!

Call for quote.
yeah just reading that got me to like 80% bloodflow.
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Sorry for the weird cell-phone posting.

Yep. Seriously expensive... Just my portion was about what I paid for the stratasys.

It's the 350.

The digital materials are amazing... I've already been printing comolded parts. I can variate durometers across a surface. And the resin has already proven to be strong enough for use as machining fixtures.

I can print a soft rubber textured skin onto the outside of a hard part. Or I've been using very low durometer blocks, integral to the surface, as springs to push fixtures back open. Very wicked technology.

But what was I to do? I have a plastic-extrusion printer and I lead the pack. Then Ty gets a plastic extrusion printer, and I get a hold of an objet. Lead the pack!

Call for quote.
You know you are making me look worse than usual.

Gawds I wish I lived a little closer to you... The horrendous creations we could produce.

I am seriously jealous about an Objet 350... What are the material costs in comparison to say filament abs?

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