Dear Ben, and Stephen,
Please reply your mails to "email@example.com".
Because your mails only sent to me.
I forward your messages.
We have been interested in this field for these ten years.
We use SOUP and Z402.
-- ----------------------------------------------------------------- YASUO UEDA Department of Oral Functional Scinece, Graduate School of Dentistry, Hokkaido University, Kiat 13 Nisi 7, Kita-ku, Sapporo, JAPAN Tel: 011-706-4275 / Fax: 011-706-4276 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
"Halford, Ben" wrote:
> Stephen > Out of curiosity, which medical imaging technique are you using ? We are > working on medical applications using SLS and are interested in assessing > implant alignment within tissue. If you have any suggestions as to the most > accurate imaging system I'd be very interested to hear. > Regards > > Ben > > Ben (Halford) > Consultant > PERA Technology > England > 0044 (0)1664 501501 ext. 516 > email@example.com > www.pera.com > > -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] > Sent: 23 May 2000 00:58 > To: RP-Mailing List > Subject: Re: Dental uses for RP > > The following message was sent to me. > > Yasuo Ueda > > ------- Forwarded Message > > To: Yasuo.Ueda@ma4.seikyou.ne.jp > Subject: Re: Dental uses for RP > Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 09:19:20 EDT > From: SSchm11977@aol.com > > Grant: > > My name is Dr. Stephen Schmitt and I am a prosthodontist. During my time as > Chairman, Department of Prosthodotics for the Air Force Graduate > Prosthodontic program, I was very involved in dental imaging and > manufacturing of dental and medical devices. We created a digital imaging > facility with CT, MRI, laser scanning, contact digitizing and also the > ability to produce parts with our SAL 500 and two titanium casting machines. > I have since retired and formed a company called Tel Med Technologies with > an > orthopedic surgeon who also has an orthopedic company. We produce dental > implant parts and use EDM (spark erosion) to create precise custom > restorations. We also have an imaging system to create custom castable RP > parts and then create a 10-20 micron fit using EDM. > > I have used CT to produce SLA parts of the head and neck for neuro, > plastics > and oral surgery. There are many areas that rp can be used in dentistry and > medicine. My main interest is small format, small parts and so am interested > in the Sanders machine and possibly the new light cured ink jet system if it > works well. > > Stephen M, Schmitt DDS, MS > 210-887-3042 > > 16119 Deer Crest > San Antonio, TX 78248 > > ------- End of Forwarded Message >
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