Rochester Institute of Technology
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This 3D printed prosthetic hand prototype is fully articulated and made from 3D printing plastics, latex, cord, and velcro. It is sized to fit a child's hand, and probably constructed to be operated by wrist movement.
Correspondence between Lou Dorfsman and Alan Singer regarding Lou Dorfsman writing a letter of recommendation for Singer to acquire Tenure at Rochester Institute of Technology. Also includes thank you letter from Alan to Lou for completing said letter.
The Bekir Arpag teaching collection spans the period from the 1970s through the 1980s, and primarily contains documents and audio/visual materials used for teaching lithography processes at the Rochester Institute of Technology, School of Printing Management and Sciences.
Items received by RIT and its departments to commemorate persons, places, or events.
The J. Tom Morgan manuscript contains a complete paste-up manuscript of Morgan's book, "Kiss Impressions: My Love Affair with Lithography," dated 1982. This book was published in Rochester, New York by Rochester Institute of Technology in 1983. The collection also contains the final published edition of the book.