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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: RPC Homepage
    source for the latest technology in the rapid prototyping field Senior Project Engineer Pentair Water Membership in the Consortium provides dual benefits the IDEX companies learn about the newest developments in technology and we obtain first class rapid prototyping parts without a major capital investment Vice President of Engineering IDEX Corp Since our company has been a member of the Milwaukee School of Engineering s Rapid Prototyping Consortium I have

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/ (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Consortium
    WebCam CBM REU Contact Us Guest Home About RPC Machines Members CBM REU Contact Us Employees Home Advisory Editor Build Summary Computer Help Feedback Form Meeting Editor Outgoing Part Tracker Phone List Temporary File Upload WebCam MSOE RAPID PROTOTYPING CONSORTIUM ALL MEMBERS All Companies Local Companies Out of State Companies Dresser Becker Elk Grove Village Illinois ABB Inc New Berlin Alticor Inc Ada Michigan Aptar Mukwonago Aries Industries Waukesha WI

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/consortium.php (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Employees
    Home About RPC Machines Members CBM REU Contact Us Employees Home Advisory Editor Build Summary Computer Help Feedback Form Meeting Editor Outgoing Part Tracker Phone List Temporary File Upload WebCam Employees Operations Sheku Kamara Director of the Consortium Vince Anewenter Manager of Operations Jordan Weston Project Engineer Linjun Xie Graduate Research Assistant Eric Beccue Undergraduate Research Assistant Caleb Nitz Undergraduate Research Assistant Brandon Tomlin Undergraduate Research Assistant Anthony Leonardelli Undergraduate

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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Parts Review Survey
    Company Select one ABB Automation Access Business Group Alticor Inc Adaptive Microsystems Allen Bradley Alticor Band It IDEX Inc Blagdon Pump Ltd Bombardier Recreational Products Bombardier Recreational Products WI Brass Light Gallery LLC Broan NuTone LLC Class 1 Inc Corken Inc DCI Marketing Dickten Masch Plastics Dresser Becker Dresser Consolidated Dresser NGS Dresser NGS IPG Dresser Wayne Ecolab Inc Festo Corporation Fluid Management Inc Gardner Denver Gardner Denver Nash Gardner Denver Nash Gast Manufacturing Inc GE Healthcare Technologies Georgia Pacific Corporation Hale Products Inc Harley Davidson Motor Company Hurst Products Husco International Johnson Johnson Keiding Kohler Company KOSS Corporation Liquid Controls Inc Malco Products Inc Masoneilan Master Lock Company McNeilus Micropump Inc Modine Manufacturing Co Nocchi Pompe S p A NWTC Oshkosh Truck Corporation Pentair Water Pierce Manufacturing PlayStar Inc Pulsafeeder Inc REU Program Riverside products Rockwell Automation RPC RPR Seaquist Closures Snap On Incorporated Speaker Corporation The Brewer Company The Trane Company Thomas Industries TK Simplex Trebor International Trombetta Motion Technologies Versa Matic Pump Viking Pump Inc Warren Rupp Inc Waterloo Industries Waukesha Engine Dresser Inc Your Name Build Number Data File Received Date Part s Sent Were parts produced and delivered on time Outstanding Superior Acceptable Marginal Unsatisfactory

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/members/partsreviewform.php (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: History
    Brandt taught industry courses here One of his classes was Designing with Plastics After class one day in 1990 a student handed him a video on Stereolithography and asked him to watch it Dr Brandt had never heard of Stereolithography but watched it out of courtesy to the student Watching the video may have been one of the best decisions Brandt made Immediately he knew he was looking at a big future industrial breakthrough Brandt wanted MSOE to be the first active U S school in Stereolithography He proceeded to contact the company and have a salesman come in and talk to twelve representatives from MSOE The presentation was going well until someone brought up the dreaded question on how much this would cost According to Dr Brandt Everyone had a good laugh and left That was not enough to stop Dr Brandt he was determined Tom Bray and Tom Davis joined him in an effort to raise money for a Stereolithography SLA machine They contacted companies to donate a small amount of the money needed to purchase the machine In exchange for donating MSOE would make parts for them Progressive companies were also invited to seminars on SLA where

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/history.php (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Machines
    Archives Medical Research Photo Gallery Project WebCam CBM REU Contact Us Guest Home About RPC Machines Members CBM REU Contact Us Employees Home Advisory Editor Build Summary Computer Help Feedback Form Meeting Editor Outgoing Part Tracker Phone List Temporary File Upload WebCam Machines The Rapid Prototyping Center currently owns and operates 5 machines Each machine uses different materials and processes to produce parts each with its own benefits and advantages

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/machines.php (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Machines
    of the MSOE RP Consortium are allowed to subscribe view and post to this list Because of the non competitive nature of the Consortium you can feel free to discuss nearly any problems or issues you are having with product development and get some feedback from people in real situations like your own Subscribing Unsubscribing If you are a Consortium member you may subscribe or unsubscribe by visiting our list

    Original URL path: http://www.rpc.msoe.edu/emaillist.php (2013-02-11)
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  • Rapid Prototyping Center: Medical Research
    Not only can they be used to practice surgeries but to aid in visualization Surgeons and their teams will be able to see the actual location size and shape of the problem area This will aid in communication between the surgical team and the physician and patient In the case of an extremely long operations the surgical team can use the physical models to plan the surgery so that the desired outcome is more ensured Surgeons can view the expected outcome and decisions can be made for the patient s short and long term treatment Biomodeling allows surgeons or surgical teams to prepare for non traditional techniques and or surgical procedures This can be especially beneficial in surgeries where there are anatomical abnormalities involved Mechanical Bone Replicas Rapid prototyping can be used to replicate mechanical characteristics and material variations in bone A composite structure built with a lattice structure of SLA can create two distinct regions with properties similar to cortical and trabecular bone Normal pathological and surgically altered anatomical bone can be illustrated Non homogenous variations within a region can also be modeled Mechanically correct bone replicas can be used to test bone strength under given conditions Additionally an event could be recreated and the fractures stresses and other related changes on the bone can be observed or measured Teaching Aids and Simulators RP can be used to make models of a given part of the body a defect or other medical condition These models can be molded and used by researchers or in classrooms Better illustration of anatomy could be achieved with these models and would allow viewing of internal structure Models could be distributed in kits to schools and museums for educational and display purposes These models can be used by medical students to teach and practice

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