Karl: Ed Thoman has promised to let me know the outcome of his sons
condition/surgery. As soon as I hear from him, and I will tell him to
e-mail me with the results, I promise to pass the information on to
all of you in Ed's own words
Rapid Prototyping Lab
I think that the skull model story is one that would shed a great deal of light
on the RP industry and the benefits to those it is used on. I would love to
see more in print about this touching story and maybe a follow up on the
results or out-come.
The story idea should obviously be run by the parents of the child, having the
select few on the rp-ml know about this is one thing, having the story
splashed in print may be another! The parents should be the final editors
of what ever is deemed to be printed. I'd also like to submit that the
authors of this should volunteer there efforts just as the folks building
the model and doing the data translation have done. In other words those
connected to this should NOT profit from this.
Denton and Company, Inc.
From: Terry T. Wohlers[SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 19, 1997 12:14 PM
Subject: Skull Model Update
Steve Deak wrote:
> All this in a couple of days. Now the real work begins. Lets hope this
> is successful. We welcome any and all additional assistance in this
Steve - What you, Jim Rollins, and others are doing is really neat. I'd
like to offer my help. An idea is to initiate a story for publication in
an industry trade publication. It would help educate insurance companies
and others who could help streamline reconstructive surgeries for accident
victoms and those with birth defects. If you or others feel that this is
worth pursuing, I'll run it by a couple of editor friends. Let me know.
Wohlers Associates, Inc.
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