Bexley wrote:Unfortunately, they have stopped supporting the B9 Creator. Right before they finally released model making grey resins, too, which was an extra kick in the teeth. Apparently they don't even sell replacement lamps any more, so as soon as your last lamp dies, it's a $4k paperweight.
I guess once our money paid for the work to make the core series, we'd served our purpose and were no longer needed.
Well I don't see it that way. The manufacturer of the projectors might be a source for the lamps but honestly how long do you expect them to continue to service and repair projectors? As for the B9 it has evolved and as far as the 1.1 and 1.2 goes that software is still open source so if you want to go and change it so a new updated projector might work have at it. B9 1.1 and1.2 are old and outdated by every other standard in the industry. They had to evolve and concentrate on the new current model that produces some of the best prints from a printer on the market today.
Even windows has left the room and evolved to win 10
How much did the 4k paperweight make you in profit?