From: Miller, Michael W (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 10 2002 - 22:13:04 EET
Elaine, Perhaps a short summary directly on the rpml narrow (or widen) the
interest base. If that doesn't work, I'd sure appreciate seeing what you've
Disclaimer: Engineer and out the other!
Experience is something you get right after you need it.
Michael W Miller (email@example.com)
The Boeing Company M/C 17-PE B-2T65
Propulsion Experimental Hardware 206-655-3289
Rapid Prototyping 655-4366 Lab 655-4365
From: Elaine Hunt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2002 11:46 AM
Subject: a new paper
A review of Rapid Prototyping 2001 from the Ivory Tower
By Elaine Hunt
As a new year begins it is always interesting to look at the future of
technology and try to decide how to apply this technology for the greatest
gain. Instead of tracking individual universities I took 144 major journal
publications for 2001 through January 2002 and used these publications to
check the future direction of rapid prototyping. I used only primary
authors, university of work, country location, and subject area to sort my
data. Some interesting results came into view.
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