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12-12-2007 @ 10:07AM
Very good article. I'm an IT guy so I always wonder how they do stuff like this. Wish I had a complete set of Tier 4 or 5 rather than a mixture. I wouldn't hesitate to get one of these.
12-12-2007 @ 10:36AM
Unless they can increase their capacity to produce more, I think it'll be pure luck to get one made.They're limiting it to 100 a month or something like that. Right now they're averaging 333 people signing up per hour. They said that their is roughly 8 inches of printable area, takes roughly 1 hour per inch and they can do upwards of 6 models each print cycle, which means at best they can do, assuming everything runs in clockwork, 18 models printed (excluding the curing process, cleaning, packaging, etc.) every 24 hours.Sounds to me like Blizz should buy a stake in this company and get them the hardware to be doing 100+ a day...The Dell deal alone will be a double edged sword. Even without that deal with Dell, once WoW users learned about this they'd of been set.
1-16-2008 @ 5:05PM
I have full tier6 myself, and when i read this i just couldnt resist ordering one. I love it how they decided not to let you just put things on your character, as that would be pointless and everybody would just pick tier6 as he said.
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