Parts made with it include electronic boxes, mounting brackets, drilling jigs, joystick controller handles. Some sample parts are shown below.
The parts in the photo are clockwise from the top: A sector of a gear for a belt drive mechanism, a locating bushing, an alignment tool, a sensor mounting bracket, and a tubing mounting bracket. All of them except the gear sector designed by me. All of the parts shown went into field use.
A more sophisticated use of the rapid prototyping machine is using it to fabricate molds. Molds are required when an elastomeric part is desired or if the part is to have metal inserts. Below is a picture of a mold and the parts molded in it.
The part molded is an elastomeric mounting bushing for supporting some equipment. The material used in the mold is polyurethane.
A good source for casting material is McMaster Carr. Search for two part casting compounds. Be sure to coat the mold with mold release prior to filling with casting compound.