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Higher resolution prints [message #11193] Mon, 29 March 2010 01:44 UTC Go to next message
avatar Mark_Kendrick  is currently offline Mark_Kendrick
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G'day all,
Comparing Shapeways product to those of other RP houses, seems that SW isn't getting as high a resolution as others who use the same or similar machines and materials.
Would it be possible to get parts printed finer? I'd be more than happy to pay a higher price for extended machine time.
Even if it cost 150% or 200% current costs, for top quality production it would be worth it.

Anyone else want higher resolution/finer/smoother prints and willing to pay the extra $$ for it?
Re: Higher resolution prints [message #11194 is a reply to message #11193 ] Mon, 29 March 2010 02:51 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar dadrummond  is currently offline dadrummond
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Yes.


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Re: Higher resolution prints [message #11195 is a reply to message #11194 ] Mon, 29 March 2010 03:14 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar daddymack  is currently offline daddymack
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me too:D~
Re: Higher resolution prints [message #11208 is a reply to message #11193 ] Mon, 29 March 2010 17:13 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar Jonah  is currently offline Jonah
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Absolutely, I'm making some tiny stuff and need as much resolution possible.

J
Re: Higher resolution prints [message #13351 is a reply to message #11208 ] Thu, 03 June 2010 16:21 UTC Go to previous message
avatar EricFinley  is currently offline EricFinley
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Count me in, especially for stainless. Although the issue of weight and green-state robustness would of course still be present.

 
   
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