Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping Web Site Update

Greetings:
The WORLDWIDE GUIDE TO RAPID PROTOTYPING web-site is the deepest resource available anywhere to learn about RP and related technologies.
It has complete directory listings, tutorial sections, FAQ's and much more. Several sections of the web-site have been updated and expanded over the last few days:
*** RP Picture of the Week Archive. Some of the nearly forty RP Picture of the Week features we've presented in the last year have been newsworthy, but we've also tried to present the vast range of work that's being pursued in this field. Among the subjects we've covered are the use of RP in the separation of Siamese twins, the reconstruction of the Devil's Tower Neanderthal child, new rapid tooling and direct manufacturing technologies, micro-rapid prototyping, RP of buildings, and many more. These articles are now available in a searchable archive, including 175 photographs and illustrations, many of which are outstanding.
You can get to the archive by clicking on the button at the top left of our front page: http://home.att.net/~castleisland /
*** Instant RP News. Our instant Google News search for RP has been made even better with the addition of instant news searches from Yahoo! and AltaVista. Satisfy your morbid curiosity with both breadth and depth with a single mouse click. It's often possible to find news releases that are just a few minutes old and Yahoo! and AltaVista keep materials available much longer than Google.
Look for the link with the newspaper graphic at the top left of the front page, as well as on many other pages. Follow the RP industry and technology on a daily basis with a few mouse clicks.
*** RP Glossary and Acronym Lists. While you're visiting., check out this fairly new feature. There are nearly 80 glossary entries and more than 60 acronyms. Quick definitions are presented, but most terms are linked to other areas of the site for in-depth explanations.
*** The Compleat Rapid Prototyping Mailing List Archive. You can have every posting to the Rapid Prototyping Mailing List for approximately the last 8 years available for searching on your own hard drive. Just updated through 8/7/03, there are nearly 22,000 pages of RP writings and retributions available for downloading in several zip files. The material can be used as a source of advice, case studies, contact information, expert individuals and market data.
---------------- Additive fabrication processes typically known as Rapid Prototyping (RP), Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF), or by the names of the technologies themselves such as stereolithography, have become important tools for mechanical design, manufacturing, surgery, art and architecture and many other fields.
Ed Grenda Castle Island Co. snipped-for-privacy@aol.com
The Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping http://home.att.net/~castleisland /
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