Products Available from T. A. Grimm & Associates


User's Guide to Rapid Prototyping. Todd Grimm. Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

This new book serves as an introduction to the fascinating world of rapid prototyping. For more information on the book, and link for online purchases, visit User's Guide.

Manufacturing Engineering Handbook. Ed. Hwaiyu Geng. McGraw-Hill.

Todd Grimm authored a chapter in this wonderful reference book for manufacturing engineers. The chapter is an introduction to rapid prototyping, as it applies to those in manufacturing and manufacturing engineering.


3D Printer Benchmark

A thorough evaluation of seven rapid prototyping systems in the areas of cost, time and quality. For additional information, and a link to the free Executive Summary, visit the benchmark page.

Roland DG Corporate White Paper

An in-depth review of the strategy, financial position, products and practices of Roland DG.
pdf (free)

Fused Deposition Modeling: A Technology Evaluation

A review of performance characteristics of fused deposition modeling (FDM).
pdf (free)

Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering & PolyJet: Evaluating and Applying the Right Technology

A review of performance characteristics of three rapid prototyping systems.
pdf (free)


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"User's Guide to Rapid Prototyping."

What does it take? What will it do? How do I evaluate rapid prototyping?

Todd Grimm de- livers the answers to these questions and many more.


RP Benchmarks

RP benchmark

Which 3D printer is fastest? Cheapest? Which offers the best quality?

The benchmark reports provide the answers. A great resource for anyone preparing to buy a rapid prototyping device.


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