Re: The MakerGear Website - input requested
Posted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 9:03 pm
hmmm....thanks for pointing that out. looking into it.
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Not sure how you got to that page but I just use the View Active Topics link from the main index page. (See Below)sprior wrote:The forum has so many pinned topics that if you go to the page which lists recent activity viewforum.php?f=1 there is only room for one actual latest post at the bottom. This leaves no way to see the current hot topics on the forum and therefore makes it look less active than it is.
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I like this idea. The Prusa i3 mk2 does look pretty good, and it enspired me to make the changes I have made to my M2. The mesh bed leveling really caught my attention, and I encorprated it on the M2. I love my M2 and would not trade it for any other printer.Lateralg wrote:"What's Next" from MakerGear would help with decisions on whether to wait for MG's next printer (or 3D Scanner?), and the accompanying quality, performance, and support, ... or, to begin shopping.
The prusa i3 mk2 looks pretty good.
I have no inside information, but past experience suggests why companies rarely pre-announce upcoming products: customers decide to wait for the next version, orders dry up, money stops coming in, and the company suffocates.mv3dnerd wrote:"What's Next" from MakerGear
Any business should be leery of saying too much about future plans. Read about the Osborne effectLateralg wrote:"What's Next" from MakerGear would help with decisions on whether to wait for MG's next printer