Raptor Reloaded - Current State

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droomurray
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Raptor Reloaded - Current State

Postby droomurray » Sun May 03, 2015 6:46 pm

Chaps,

Started putting this together to try and capture the current state of Raptor Reloaded development.
Anyone care to comment etc ?

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joecross
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Re: Raptor Reloaded - Current State

Postby joecross » Sun May 03, 2015 10:20 pm

To the best of my knowledge, only the Standard version is on the "Current and Recommended" list and approved for recipient use. I think the rest are in various stages of beta testing, right?

droomurray
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Re: Raptor Reloaded - Current State

Postby droomurray » Tue May 05, 2015 8:05 am

Joe,

You are correct, I will update.

Drew.

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andreas
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Re: Raptor Reloaded - Current State

Postby andreas » Thu May 21, 2015 12:57 am

Drew,

Great work on this! It's really helpful to visualize all the different research projects currently underway on the Raptor Reloaded. Maybe we should make this a habit every month. It would be very helpful for tracking and sharing research progress, which is going to be more and more important. The current and recommended version is the "standard" configuration in the middle, but several R&D projects (thermomesh palms, thermogauntlet, dental elastics) are making good progress on getting user feedback. Hopefully we can get them certified, documented, and published soon!

Andreas

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Re: Raptor Reloaded - Current State

Postby rodrigocastardo » Wed Aug 19, 2015 2:55 pm

Hi Guys,

I was printing a raptor reload for a woman here in Brazil, his ex-husband had cutted of her both hands/wirst, and I wanna help her asap.

So the raptor can be adapted to work without wirst?

Or maybe it's better to choose another way?

Btw it's my first post and I did not found anywhere posts related to this, but maybe it's not the best place to post it, so, just in case, sorry if it's not =)

All the best.


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