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12-05-2007 @ 3:34PM
I'd pay $20-30 for one, but $100+ is just kinda absurd. Plus, I'd have to get a character to a stable level of gear that i'm not using mix/match gear or something.I mean honestly, this is a decent idea but i think they'd have a much better business model if everyone who gets one could upgrade their model to a new set of gear when they're done with the raid/arena season. Otherwise, my current mage looks a bit silly in 2 pieces of S1, frozen shadoweave and the shadowmoon valley helm. (also, the prototyping machine paints the models at the same time, that's half the point of it, it's literally printing solid objects as bizzare as that may sound..)
12-06-2007 @ 8:49AM
While that would be cool, Rapid Prototyping machines would generate a flat colored (usually a yellowish shade) object which would then need to be cleaned, polished and then painted in order to look right. You can see one in action at this link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3gHHeD6cv8It is awfully cool.
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