RE: Developing RP Software

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Date: Wed Jan 28 2004 - 15:46:25 EET


If there are more people interested in Development of RP software or
software in the fields of :CAD/CAM Rapid prototyping and Rapid Tooling ,
Design Automation(amongst others for Rapid Manufacturing), Reverse
Engineering,Business Integration and Medical Image Processing .

Please let us know and we we will try to help you at the best of our

Best Regards,

Thomas Zwijsen
Materialise NV
Technologielaan 15
3001 Leuven (Belgium)
Tel +32 16 396 677
Fax +32 16 396 600

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-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Richards []
Sent: donderdag 22 januari 2004 13:27
To: Matthew Michaelis
Cc: RP-ML; Pogo Peter H. Gien
Subject: Re: Developing RP Software

Hello Matthew,

Try contacting Peter Gien at

Best Regards, Tom Richards, Metallurgist

Thoms Corp
696 Paine Road
North Attleboro MA 02760-4451

Thoms Corp is a manufacturer of prototype precision cast parts in ferrous
alloys (3 weeks) including 4140, 316 SS and 17-4PH and nonferrous alloys (1
week) including A356 aluminum, 20C beryllium copper, Art Casters bronze and
precious metals alloys. Send your zipped binary .stl files for rapid quotes.

Tel 508-695-0449 Tel/Fax 508-316-1230



----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Michaelis" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 4:08 PM
Subject: Developing RP Software

> I am interested in finding a company to develop front
> end software for an new RP machine.
> The custom software would be used to view, orient, and
> slice 3D files and then provide a customizable output
> to run the machine.
> To save time and expense, it seems advantageous to
> find a developer with proven view, orient, and slice
> software that can easily be customized for our needs.
> I believe Materialise provides this service. Does
> anyone have an experiences they'd like to share? Any
> pitfalls to avoid, etc.
> Also, are there any other companies worth considering?
> Thanks,
> =====
> -------
> B. Matthew Michaelis
> Mechanical Engineering
> University of California - Irvine
> Phone: 949.824.7674
> Fax: 916.404.5581
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