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Aeroengineer
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Re: Empowering engineers
Aeroengineer   9/14/2013 3:49:25 PM
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I have a post getting ready to go up here very soon.  I can say that this tool is a great tool.  I am waiting till all is out in the open before I post anything so that I am sure that I am not disclosing anything that I should not. 

kfield
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Empowering engineers
kfield   9/14/2013 2:13:45 PM
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Tools like these are really empowering engineers to do so much more than when I first came into the field. I'd love to hear from anyone who have given these tools a test drive--or more.

patrick.mannion
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Opening possibilties
patrick.mannion   9/14/2013 1:20:08 PM
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This  just makes 3D printing all that more attractive. I'm torn between getting a new home laptop, which we need, and getting a 3D printer, which I'm desperately trying to justify. You got yours for $400+, right?

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