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The TangiBot 3D Printer, a clone of Makerbot Replicator

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Galenbo:

--- Quote from: joseph.anand on August 15, 2012, 04:40:55 pm ---
--- Quote from: Galenbo on August 15, 2012, 01:35:27 pm ---Why not print a 3-D printer?
So you have a free one :-)

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I am not a mechanical engineer, but ...

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And you do not notice when someone is making a joke :-)

EEVblog:

--- Quote from: free_electron on September 20, 2012, 05:54:18 pm ---they should change their terms then... it explicitly allows to commercialize the designs...

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Yes, but it is generally expected that you also "play nice", and at least change/improve something, and generally not play heavily upon their name or reputation.
That kinda "warm-fuzzy" is hard to put into legal terms.
IMO it was a mistake for the OSHW community to not put a few of these "play nice" things into the documented "philosophy".
If some people don't agree with that "warm fuzzy" stuff, and just want to play legal-eagle, that's their right, but they risk getting burned like the Tangibot guy did. Because that's reality of how the OSHW community generally operates.

Dave.

Poe:

--- Quote from: Poe on August 16, 2012, 03:29:00 pm ---...
Make it out of clear plastic and apply the color to the inside.
...or sandblast the inside.


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Well at least 3D systems likes that look.

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