Zeneca info request - Thank You

From: Chuck Alexander (chuck@solidconcepts.com)
Date: Fri Feb 12 1999 - 18:05:45 EET

Thanks to all who replied to my request for information. I believe that I
have what is necessary for evaluation.

Below is a summary of the responses.

Thanks again,

>From: Niels Moos <Niels.Moos@teknologisk.dk>
>To: "'Chuck Alexander'" <chuck>
>Subject: SV: Zeneca info request
>Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 11:05:57 +0100
>Dear Chuck
>You could contact
> Steve.cracknell@hexagon.zeneca.com
>Best regards
>Niels Moos
>Danish Technological Institute
>Center for Product Development
>Phone (+45) 8943 8412
>Fax (+45) 8943 8425
>E-mail nim@teknologisk.dk
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 08:20:36 -0700
From: Andy Christensen <andy@medicalmodeling.com>
Organization: Medical Modeling Corporation
To: Chuck Alexander <chuck>
Subject: Re: Zeneca info request
References: <>


Try contacting Mark Bliek at Materialise USA (info@materialise.com). They are
the exclusive distributor in the US. Contact at Zeneca is Ajay Popat
(ajay.popat@hexagon.zeneca.com) who handles Stereocol sales/support.

I'd be happy to answer any questions about the material. We are the only
bureau in the US currently running it in our SLA-250.

From: kris <kris@materialise.be>
To: "'chuck@solidconcepts.com'" <chuck>
Subject: Stereocol
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 17:48:53 +0100

Dear Chuck,

My name is Kris Wouters, medical application engineer at Materialise,
and responsible for the sales of Stereocol. Materialise is the sole
distributor of the resin, so I should be able to answer most of your

Attached is a document which sketches the resin. If you need any
further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

From: Popat Ajay AH <ajay.popat@hexagon.zeneca.com>
To: "'Chuck Alexander'" <chuck>
Cc: "'rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi'" <rp-ml>, Cracknell Steve SJ
        "'Kris Wouters'"
Subject: RE: Zeneca info request
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 10:54:00 -0000
Importance: high

Dear Chuck,
Your contact for Stereocol Resin is Steve Cracknell at Zeneca and Kris
Wouters at Materialise NV.
A number of companies are using this in Europe, USA and Australia. Some the
familiar names including Medical Modelling in Colorado, Materialise NV
(Bel), Laserform( Austria), QMI/Anatomics (Australia) to name a few SB which
has experience in this technology. In addition a number of SBs are in
process of installing this resin in Europe and Asia.
Please see my earlier note to Ian Gibson at HK Univ.
Please contact Kris or Steve for more details.

Best regards,

For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/

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