3DX Industries 3D prints serial production parts for Alaska General Seafoods

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A series of production run parts were 3D printed for use by Alaska General Seafoods (AGS). The metal additive components were designed by 3DX as replacement parts for the seafood processing company’s canning line in Alaska. Applications 3DX Industries Alaska General Seafoods Binder Jetting Technology Desktop Metal GE Additive Karry Lattig Roger Janssen United States Patent and Trademark Office3DX Industries, Inc.,

Lost Killer Whales Provide 3D Data for Science


3D Printing 3D Scanning 3d printed skeleton alaska Bristol Bay Dillingham City School killer whale National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Nunamta Aulukestai orca orca fetus Skeleton UA Bristol Bay University of AlaskaIn 2011, three killer whales surprised the public and confused biologists when they swam approximately 70 miles up the Nushagak River. Killer whales, or as they are also known Orcas, live in. View the entire article via our website.

NASA Announces Winners of First Part of Phase Two in 3D Printed Habitat Challenge


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NASA award $100k to winners of 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Phase 2

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Aerospace 3d printed habitat Branch Technology Centennial challenge foster + partners Monsi Roman Nasa NASA centennial challenge University of Alaska FairbanksFoster + Partners, a studio for architecture, urbanism and design based in the UK, has won phase 2 level 1 of NASA's centennial challenge to make.

Beauty and the Beak: Nonfiction Children's Book Tells the Story of First Bald Eagle to Receive a 3D Printed Prosthetic Beak


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3D Printing News Briefs: May 1, 2018


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NOWlab Designs a Recyclable, Biodegradable 3D Printable ‘Glacier’ Table


The Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska is famous for its magnificent ice caves, but it also serves as a bellwether of how the climate of Earth is in flux. Some 3,000 years ago and ending... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed furniture 3d printed table 3d printing nature BigRep ONE.2 printer glacier NOWlab

Oxford Researcher Recovers Jurassic Epoch Fossils with 3D Printing

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One intriguing example came from University of Alaska professor Pat Druckenmiller, who, through 3D scanning and printing, discovered an entirely new species of dinosaur! By Tyler Koslow.

3D Scanning and Printing Provide First Reconstruction of New Dinosaur Species

3D Systems

This was the experience of researcher Dr. Patrick Druckenmiller and his team at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, who this week announced a newly identified species of dinosaur in spite of difficulty locating matching pairs of bones.

Designer Spotlight: Josh Appleman – Geo Glitz

Shapeways Blog

Certain states, such as Hawaii, Alaska, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and Louisiana were tricky to model because of all the islands they have or because of thin portions of their geography.

Test tube transport: the Hyperloop nears reality

3D Perspectives

More importantly, the pylons would be flexible enough to withstand earthquakes, in the way that pylons built in the 1970s to carry Alaska’s oil pipeline have proved resilient to such shocks, Mr. Ahlborn notes. Written by Catherine Bolgar, in association with WSJ custom studios.

National Parks 100th Anniversary

Shapeways Blog

Next stop, Denali National Park in Alaska, home to North America’s tallest mountain at 20,310 feet. It just so happens that today in 1916 the US government signed into law the National Parks Service Act. That means today is the 100th anniversary of the US National Parks. You can read more on the National Parks Centennial website. We’ve chosen a list of some our favorite parks.

Kvichak Marine: Engineering the Need for Speed

The Solidworks Blog

Kvichak (named after a river in Alaska) has been building boats for years, but these are not your father’s pleasure boat.

Part 107 Testing Centers

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Even distant states such as Alaska and Hawaii have several testing centers. Taking the Part 107 knowledge test is one of the more important steps mandated by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) before a commercial drone pilot is given a remote pilot certificate. More commonly known as a drone license, a Part 107 remote pilot certificate is a requirement for pilots who are involved in commercial drone operations.

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15 Best Places to Fly a Drone in America

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Prince William Sound, Alaska. Prince William Sound, off the Gulf of Alaska, is a popular spot for marine wildlife viewing. Drone photography is a great way to show off what your drone can do.

Upcoming CATI Training Classes for August 2016 – Featuring SOLIDWORKS Drawings

CATI Tech Notes

In order to obtain the full potential of the powerful tools provided by Computer Aided Technology (CATI), over 70 training classes are offered in August 2016. CATI is certified by SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys and our other partners.

7 Reasons Why Nuclear Waste Is Dangerous


Biologists have found the link between the increase of skin ulcers on seals and walruses in Alaska, and the leakage of radioactive liquid into the ocean from the 2011 accident in Fukushima [9]. Ever since we have discovered how to harness.

North Carolina: First in Flight Once Again?

Design 2 Part News

And possibly because of this, instead of making sweeping changes on commercial UAS integration, the FAA appears to be advancing the technology much more slowly through a case-by-case, individual approval system like the recent Alaska decision, Snyder said.

GE-Come Dust, Ice, Hail Stone and High-G Force: What it Takes for the LEAP Jet Engine to Prove its Mettle

Additive Manufacturing

CFM recently finished flying a LEAP-1A engine mounted on GE’s flying test bed made from a converted Boeing 747 in Alaska for natural icing tests. By Tomas Kellner, June 14, 2015.

60 Question Part 107 Practice Test

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For all pilots, civil twilight begins 30 minutes before official sunrise and ends 30 minutes after official sunset (except for Alaska), a period of time that begins at official sunset and ends 30 minutes after official sunset].

ASRC tests 3D printed propellant injector for RD-180 rocket engine successor


The ASRC (Arctic Slope Regional Corporation) Federal Technical Services division, part of the ASRC Alaska Native Corporation, has test-fired a 3D printed subscale propellant injector that could be used on United Launch Alliance’s replacement for the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine.

New dinosaur species Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis reconstructed thanks to 3D printed bones


With the help of Geomagic 3D scanners and software, a Professor of Geology in Alaska was able to reconstruct a skeletal model of a newly discovered dinosaur for the first time.

NASA awards $100K to winners of Compression Test Competition of 3D Printed Habitat Challenge


The two top-scoring teams were Foster + Partners | Branch Technology, which was awarded $85,930, and the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, which received $14,070 (for a total of $100,000). NASA has named the top-scoring teams for the current phase of its 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 2: Level 1 Compression Test Competition. The challenge, which saw participating teams 3D print samples of the space habitat materials they are developing, recently wrapped up.

NOWlab teams with BigRep to 3D print biodegradable, biology-inspired Glacier stool


The Glacier is a stool design that takes its form inspiration from the melting ice structure of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska and is produced using additive manufacturing. Unsurprisingly, some of the most memorable designed objects are those that combine both natural elements - such as through the use of biomimicry - with technology. Ultimately, the resulting pieces are a symbol of both a timeless natural world and the result of human evolution.