Rapid Prototyping Center
The University of Louisville has been assisting industrial users with its Rapid Prototyping Center (RPC) since 1993, when it became the first US University to buy and operate the DTM Selective Laser Sintering Equipment.
Users gain access to problem-solving technology as well as continuing research. Benefits also include access to U of L's J.B. Speed School of Engineering students and graduates - engineers of the future with training in this state of the art technology.
Members of the Rapid Prototyping Center consortium range from Fortune 100 companies to individual inventors. In business, time is money. Getting a quality product to market quickly is critical, and correcting design flaws early in that process is essential. Members have found that the Rapid Prototyping Center has assisted them in saving time, money, and costly delays in product development.
Ken R. Davis
Director, Vogt Engineering Center
Vogt Building, Room 101A
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky 40292, USA
Tel: (502) 852-7599
Fax: (502) 852-8890