That sounds reasonable, although what I suspect would happen is they modify the formula and have great filament upon release but the initial test filament is crap. Then people who were testers would be on a mission to defame the company due to their experience with the test stuff. I've seen it happen in the forums for a multitude of different products. I personally have purchased products people claim to be junk on the forums and been very surprised by the quality afterwards but most consumers are easily swayed by public opinion.
Just my 2 cent opinion. :)
On Aug 16, 2012, at 1:35 PM, Mark Ungrin <Mark.Ung...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Random thought - maybe a delayed-release NDA? As an academic, I would do
> that where an NDA is requested in this type of situation - e.g. agree to
> inform the sponsor of your results and then give them 90 days (or
> whatever period you agree on) before sharing with the rest of the world.
> This lets them get a reasonable head start on things, but if it turns
> On 16/08/2012 12:26 PM, BobC wrote:
>> On Thursday, August 16, 2012 11:13:13 AM UTC+1, Ahmet Cem TURAN wrote:
>> " as nylon is a pretty interesting option,".....
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