(ToraDog) I agree with you totally.
(All) If you hear about alternatives to Shapeways 3D processing, please let me know. I looked into some local (here on the west coast of Florida) 3D printing shops and they were pretty expensive, even compared to Shapeways. They are probably more focused on prototyping for other businesses.
About Shapeways, despite the high prices I like their structure. Being able to upload designs into my "store" on Shapeways so others can opt to buy items without having to go through the process of designing (or having others design) the parts is pretty handy. With all of the "stores" there is quite a selection of unique items. Also, the parts are of pretty good quality.
I have been working on a project for a WWII vehicle, something that will be low production, but beyond only a handful, probably 20 - 25 vehicles.
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