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Thread: Glowforge release

  1. #916
    Bill, the good news is the one on the right only took 1 hour and 3 minutes to run. Not kidding, that's what it took. Obviously there's something going on wrong, but I'm not sure I'd let any machine run 1 hour and 3 minutes on something like that before stopping it and trying to figure out the problem.
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    Hes better heavy on the materials supply side. Hasn't come out and said only his proof grade will work, but I see it coming...no one with any brains will purchase the company.... But that really doesn't mean anything anymore.
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    The people who founded the company are successful in other ventures but they were mislead on the Glow Forge.
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  4. #919
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    Gentlemen,

    I should remind all of you that you are legally responsible for any comment you make here. Make sure you can prove any statement you make that is detrimental towards a person, company or product. Its very difficult to prove a statement that condemns any product as being JUNK.

    Be careful....

  5. #920
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    The latest GF forum posting has complaints that the machine will not even start to work unless its around 75 degrees in the room or below. Over 80 nothing happens. So the advice is use a window A/C unit to blow directly on the unit.
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