Re: Castle Island - Ed Grenda

From: Jim McMahon <>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2016 18:12:48 -0500


I started the first 3D Inkjet Printing Museum. I have many old machines and
the documentation for how 3D printing really got started. It started from
2D printing with thermoplastic inks.
 new web site not open yet is

Nice to meet you. I hope we can share some stories and maybe some
equipment. I have old printers.

Jim McMahon

On Sun, Nov 13, 2016 at 2:40 PM, Jan Andrzejewski <>

> So sad to here the news, Castle Island was always the first go to
> repository for information about things to do with RP and I like to pay my
> respects to Ed Grenda and give thanks to what he achieved.
> Condolences to his family and close friends.
> My RP journey of 26 years and 33 years in 3D CAD has been helped so many
> times with Castle Island RP news from around the world in the open site he
> created.
> Ed you have also helped so many people with the introduction to all the
> developments in this movement of Rapid Prototyping.
> I have always told people to visit Castle Island site to find out what
> ever they were looking for.
> I have spent the last year compiling collected items during my 3D Printing
> journey to help educate and inform new devotes to the 3D Printing movement
> with the creation of a 3DP museum.
> I would like to pay my respects to Ed Grenda and his contribution to RP by
> the addition of his achievements into this museum and post a picture of ED
> into the Hall of fame.
> As an Honor to his achievements.
> If anyone close to the Ed can help compile a fitting eulogy to ED, please
> contact me directly.
> Also I'd like to know if the Facebook picture of ED is fitting to add into
> the museum?
> Kind regards,
> Jan Andrzejewski
> Curator
> 3DP Museum
> Leicester
> UK
> +44 (0) 116 2107629
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