[NTLK] Clear developer's Newton 110 pops up on eBay | MacNN

Ed Carter ed at cartersfarm.com
Thu Jan 24 10:34:25 EST 2013

It appears that the resolution has increased as well as material choices (
http://i.materialise.com/materials) and size (up to 2+ meters) w/ very
reasonable cost via "service bureau" type of online businesses.  The time
may be right to look into scanning a 2100 and constructing a workable model
file to upload (on either side of the pond)...  Stainless Steel or Titanium
would also be very cool and pricey, but hey, it's for a Newton!  Ed

On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 2:22 PM, Tony Kan <tonykan at xtra.co.nz> wrote:

> There was a discussion sometime ago about making a battery tray using 3D
> printing technology.  Some companies allow you to send them a drawing and
> they will produce it for a fee.  AFAIR the job required too much fine
> detail
> for them to do it and it was returned unfulfilled.
> Cheers
> Tony Kan
> Christchurch
> New Zealand
> [snip]  I can't speak about how 3D printers handle something the size of a
> Newton, or the variety of materials it can or can't use, or any of the
> other
> important points you make.
> [snip]
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