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rick merritt
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Start up the presses
rick merritt   4/29/2014 3:15:44 PM
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Ironically, thje local newspaper in K'zoo just downdized its offices radically and sold off its printing press...Maybe there will be a new sort of digital electronics press in my hometown someday

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Re: Start up the presses
docdivakar   4/30/2014 4:12:06 PM
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@Rick: I am notsurprised at all -WMU showed some neat innovations in Gravure printing about three years ago at IDTechX's show on Printed Electronics in the Silicon Valley. I had a very good discussion with Prof. Margaret Joyce on their R&D.

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DU00000001   4/29/2014 6:18:25 PM
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Don't confuse helmet with helmut.

( I was confused first - could be due to too much bordeaux ;-) )

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cool idea and product
wilber_xbox   4/30/2014 1:19:17 AM
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i was hoping for some high-end electronic circuits but i think the idea of using cheaper and flexible material for use in daily life is good start for innovative products.



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