[Fwd: RE: [rp-ml] R.P. in Alaska]

From: Adrian Bowyer <A.Bowyer_at_bath.ac.uk>
Date: Tue Feb 24 2009 - 17:18:57 EET

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Subject: RE: [rp-ml] R.P. in Alaska
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 16:42:35 +0200
From: Brent Stucker <drbrentstucker@gmail.com>
To: 'Greg Pettengill' <coteart@gmail.com>, 'Adrian Bowyer' <A.Bowyer@bath.ac.uk>
CC: <prototypes@provide.net>, <rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi>
References: <2128866026.129313.1235417548236.JavaMail.mail@webmail02>

Yes, printing of water to form ice structures has been done by the group
headed by Ming Leu at the Missouri University of Science and Technology
(formerly University of Missouri Rolla). They call it Rapid Freeze
Prototyping. A link to one of their old websites is:


I think the RPML will reject this, as it is sent from a different server
than I'm registered from. If you want to forward it to the RPML for me, you
are welcome to.


Brent Stucker, Ph.D.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
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Utah State University
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fax: +1 435-797-2417
email: brent.stucker@usu.edu


From: owner-rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi [mailto:owner-rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi] On Behalf
Of Greg Pettengill
Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 3:41 PM
To: Adrian Bowyer
Cc: prototypes@provide.net; rp-ml@rapid.lpt.fi
Subject: Re: [rp-ml] R.P. in Alaska

I can imagine machines that would build layers of ice by spraying and/or
flooding an area with water. Has anything like that been tried?

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:21 AM, Adrian Bowyer <A.Bowyer@bath.ac.uk> wrote:

prototypes@provide.net wrote:

> Can anyone tell me of rapid prototyping being done in Alaska? In house or

The latter sounds chilly :-)

Best wishes


Dr Adrian Bowyer

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