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This is interesting too..

 

https://www.shapeways.com/product/CR9V89FJ2/1-32-f2g-super-corsair-fuselage-rhs?optionId=58633970

 

Lots of figures, including an abnormal amount of women in various states of dress....someone had alot of time on their hands it seems

 

 

MM

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And some design and technology doesn't advance much.

 

Try buying this for use as a nose weight...

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1847-PLAIN-EDGE-PROOF-GOTHIC-CROWN-SLABBED-NGC-PF61-SILVER-COIN-FROM-VICTORIA-/201749651184?hash=item2ef9375ef0:g:qRYAAOSwcUBYUWHw

 

And apologies to those outside the UK ebay network for a potentially duff link.

 

And, no, I don't have that kind of extra cash!

 

Tony

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3D printing comes of age.  Now if they can get the cost down to $4.25 instead of $425 they'll  have a viable business ;)

 

Recall that in 1995 I had to pay $100 per MEGAbyte (yes, MEGAbyte) of RAM memory...

 

Interesting you'd say that. I just discovered that the 8GB DDR RAM cards (I bought 2 for $31 each, but need 4 altogether), have gone up to $65 each, and I'm not happy about it at all.

 

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Interesting you'd say that. I just discovered that the 8GB DDR RAM cards (I bought 2 for $31 each, but need 4 altogether), have gone up to $65 each, and I'm not happy about it at all.

 

 

 

If it were equivalent to 1995 prices, that 8GB chip would run you about $1,240,000.00 apiece.

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