Graham realised very early on that the benefits of a large vat SLA was the way forward and using the SLA technology and incorporating them with Rapid Casting would allow engineers to have castings that could be used directly in prototype car development.
2002 Graham left Rover to become Rapid Manufacturing Consortium Manager at the Loughborough University, England. He presented International papers in the USA, Japan & Europe on the subject of RP, RT & RM (Rapid Prototyping, Tooling & Manufacture). The UK governments Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) invited and sent Graham to both USA and Japan as a member of OSTEM (Overseas Science & Technology Expert Mission) to study the state of the art of RP technology in those countries.
In 2003 Graham became Chairman of the Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Association, UK. As well as President of the European StereoLithography Users Association, In the same year he edited a book called 'Developments in Rapid Casting' that was published by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
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For more up to date information about Graham P Tromans, please visit his independent Additive Manufacturing (AM), Rapid Prototyping (RP) and 3D Printing consultancy website.