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Can't cook one up if there's none. ;)
In this case, better to know they won't hit target than lose hope when they pass it. At least that's how I feel, knowing that I only have a limited window to receive my pair before I have to wait until February.
I think this is the first time UE use 3d printing on such a high volume, so they don't really know their production rate.
I'm pretty sure the limiting factor isn't the 3d printing, but rather the 3d sculpting and monitor placement of some 20 pairs.
Yes that's right. I had a tour of their production lab. The 3D printers they have looked very impressive, its a huge machine that uses lasers to cure liquid resin. Big enough to probably print 8 or more pairs at once. The part that takes long is that they hand assemble the monitors in each pair after 3D printing them.