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Re: If they were a publicly traded company, I would put money down.
« Reply #30 on: May 12, 2017, 01:14:54 AM »
>>if they make a success of Football

That is the plan. If we want to have any chance of hitting our 5 year goals the global football market will be a big part of that.

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Re: If they were a publicly traded company, I would put money down.
« Reply #31 on: May 12, 2017, 08:48:38 PM »
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Infinite volume 3D printer thatís built for autonomous production. This printer can produce row after row of 3D printed parts, or it can print an object longer than the build plate.

Build volume is 340 mm by 340 mm by whatever.

Retail price (on Kickstarter) comes in at Ä9,500 (ouch)

http://hackaday.com/2017/05/12/another-printer-with-an-infinite-build-volume/

Company out of the Netherlands, Blackbelt 3D (http://blackbelt-3d.com/ -site down)

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Re: If they were a publicly traded company, I would put money down.
« Reply #32 on: May 12, 2017, 11:03:52 PM »
>That is the plan. If we want to have any chance of hitting our 5 year goals the global football market will be a big part of that.

Euros a little different about "fit", as in it actually has to fit  (Drastic will confirm) ;)

We want to see on a model, need models measurements, ideally (maybe compulsory) with video, will make a massive difference. Can be done cheap too, Asos style. Will see if I can find video, just a small bright white room, "pretend" catwalk, an Imac and one person. They production line it.

Mr Porter the same presentation, massive players. Porter group financials http://www.ynap.com/document/trading-statement-for-the-first-quarter-to-31-march-2017/

Compare and contrast.

http://www.asos.com/nike/nike-ultra-raw-hem-t-shirt-in-orange-847542-856/prd/7421137

http://www.fanatics.com/COLLEGE_Syracuse_Orange/Syracuse_Orange_Nike_University_Basketball_T-Shirt_-_Orange

These are fashion items, statement pieces, having a monopoly on the teams shouldn't make the presentation lazy. Will help hugely with returns too.

Expecting options pre-IPO now ;)

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