RePliForm Inc.

Rapid prototyping services, using the electroforming process. Also offers the RePliKote copper/nickel coating process that enhances the performance properties of RP models made via the electroforming process.

1585 Sulphur Spring Rd., Ste. 104
Baltimore, MD 21227 US

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As Seen In CompositesWorld

Terry Wohlers

Prototyping and manufacturing by additive fabrication
 Additive fabrication (AF) technology, such as laser sintering (LS) and fused deposition modeling (FDM), encompasses a wide range of applications. The earliest was rapid prototyping to support design, concept modeling, fit/function testing, and pattern making without the need to construct expensive tooling for prototypes and test articles. Manufacturers also are using AF to produce jigs, fixtures, drill guides, and other manufacturing and assembly tools.

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Rapid Manufacturing, Part II: Pioneer Applications
Harbingers of what could be a significant trend, these composites manufacturers demonstrate the potential of additive fabrication and several innovative materials in tool-free manufacture of complex components.

Metal clad rapid prototyping - 3/1/2008
Laser Reproductions (Gahanna, Ohio) has joined with stereolithography resin producer DSM Somos (Elgin, Ill.) and metal plating expert RePliForm Inc. (Baltimore, Md.) to offer Metal Clad Composite (MC2) prototypes, which merge two technologies to deliver metal performance without machining. The prototyping process

Metal clad rapid prototyping
Laser Reproductions (Gahanna, Ohio) has joined with stereolithography resin producer DSM Somos (Elgin, Ill.) and metal plating expert RePliForm Inc. (Baltimore, Md.) to offer Metal Clad Composite (MC2) prototypes, which merge two technologies to deliver metal performance without machining. The prototyping process

Product Categories of RePliForm Inc.

Fabricating services
  • Thermoplastic materials
    • Prototyping
  • Thermoset materials
    • Prototyping