Optomec advances copper inks to expand 3D printed electronics

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Albuquerque based company Optomec has announced the expansion of its metal 3D printing capabilities with improved performance copper inks. Copper is a fundamental material in the creation of electronics. 3D Printing bodyTop 3D printed electronics Aerosol Jet aerosol jet technology optomec Optomec Copper Optomec electronics

Optomec awarded $3 million NextFlex project to develop 3D printed electronics with Lockheed Martin and GE

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Albuquerque additive manufacturing company Optomec has been awarded, alongside partners Lockheed Martin and GE, a $3 million NextFlex project dedicated to flexible hybrid electronics (FHE). NextFlex is. Research 3D printed electronics Aerosol Jet FHE Flexible Hybrid Electronics GE Lockheed Martin NextFlex

Optomec releases hybrid additive manufacturing system for reactive metals with medical potential

3D Printing Industry

At IMTS 2018 this week metal 3D printing provider Optomec, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, released the LENS 860 Hybrid Controlled Atmosphere (CA) System which is capable of working with reactive metals like magnesium. Tipped to be the first of its kind in the industry, the LENS 860 has already found valuable applications in the medical industry. With […].

Fine Detail Electronics 3D Printing: Optomec Fills Us In on the New Aerosol Jet HD System to Fill In the Gaps in Production Solutions

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Albuquerque-based Optomec focuses on additive manufacturing for production with its two patented 3D printing technologies: Aerosol Jet, used to 3D print electronics, and LENS, for high-value metal 3D. View the entire article via our website.

UNM Researchers Developing Bone-Ligament Adherence Systems, Using Student-Built 3D Bioprinter

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A couple of years ago, 3D printing entered the curriculum at the University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Valencia campus, and researchers at the main campus in Albuquerque are now attempting to use 3D. View the entire article via our website.

Engineering the First Nationwide 3D Printing Network for the Veterans Health Administration – Part 2

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

As part of this effort, five Stratasys 3D printers were installed in VA hospitals across the country- Seattle, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Boston and Orlando – building upon the incredible work of existing 3D printers across the VA.

Optomec Expands into Australia and New Zealand in New Partnership with Emona Instruments

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We’re about one-third of the way through 2016, and thus far, it’s been a very good year for Optomec, an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based company specializing in manufacturing different. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business Aerosol Jet Aerosol Jet 5X Aerosol Jet technology australia distribution partnership electronics 3D printing Emona metal 3d printing new zealand optomec Optomec LENS printers

Sandia’s Solar Glitter Moves Closer to Market with New…

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —An An Albuquerque company founded by a Sandia National Laboratories scientist-turned-entrepreneur has received a license for a “home-grown” technology that could revolutionize the way solar energy is collected and used.

Don’t Miss the SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever 2017

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Albuquerque, NM. Last year Todd Blacksher proposed something unusual for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network: The SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever, or SLUGME.

NASA Awards a $127,000 STTR Research Grant to PADT and ASU for Advanced Research in 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

The Grant Represents the Strength of 3D Printing in Arizona Exemplified by the Strong Cooperation Between Industry and Academia. TEMPE, Ariz., August 14, 2018 ?

Engineering the First Nationwide 3D Printing Network for the Veterans Health Administration – Part 1

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys has provided 3D printers, materials and technical support to five VA Medical Centers across the US: Seattle, Albuquerque, San. Health is more than an absence of sickness—it’s being able to do the things that make you happy and define who you are.

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Optomec Report Shows Directed Energy Deposition to be 10x Faster and 5x Less Expensive than Power Bed Fusion for Building Mid-Size Metal Parts

Additive Manufacturing

Sandia’s Robotic Work Cell Conducts High-Throughput Testing ‘In An Instant’

Additive Manufacturing

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Sandia Labs has major research and development responsibilities in nuclear deterrence, global security, defense, energy technologies and economic competitiveness, with main facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Livermore, California.

Sandia Team Designs in a New Way for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Additive Manufacturing

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Sandia Labs has major research and development responsibilities in nuclear deterrence, global security, defense, energy technologies and economic competitiveness, with main facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Livermore, California.

3D Printers Lend a Helping Hand to VA Occupational Therapists

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Mary Matthews-Brownell, an occupational certified hand therapist from VA Puget Sound, and Ben Salatin, a rehabilitation engineer from the Albuquerque VA, used 3D printing to care for Veterans with loss of hand function.

Happy 10th Anniversary NMSUG!

The Solidworks Blog

Rachel York and I headed out to Albuquerque last week to help the New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group celebrate their 10 year anniversary.

Optomec Announces Dispense Industry’s First 20-Micron Resolution Printer for High Density Electronics Packaging

Additive Manufacturing

Aerosol Jet HD System Produces Precise, Consistent Deposition of Small Feature Sizes and Conformal Coatings for Advanced Packaging & Assembly.

3D Printers Lend a Helping Hand to VA Occupational Therapists

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Mary Matthews-Brownell, an occupational certified hand therapist from VA Puget Sound, and Ben Salatin, a rehabilitation engineer from the Albuquerque VA, used 3D printing to care for Veterans with loss of hand function.

Optomec Announces Availability of 3D Printing Recipes for LENS and Aerosol Jet Customers

Additive Manufacturing

Starter Recipes speed implementation of additive manufacturing across a broad range of metal and electronics materials.

Will Fab@Home Succeed?

Wohlers Talk

Also, a kit is available from Koba Industries, a machine shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for $2,975. Fab@Home has been receiving a lot of attention lately. What is it? Fab@Home is an open source 3D printer development at Cornell University. Hod Lipson, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Evan Malone, a PhD candidate in Lipsons Computational Synthesis Lab, are working together on the project.

Optomec Partners with Dragonfly to Expand Additive Manufacturing Market in Italy

Additive Manufacturing

January 13, 2016 – ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.– Dragonfly to Distribute Optomec LENS Systems for 3D Printed Metals and Aerosol Jet Systems for 3D Printed Electronics.

A Champion for Veterans and 3D Printing: Gordon Bosker and the San Antonio VA Hospital

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Clockwise from top: Gordon Bosker, Randy Breaux and Ben Salatin (visiting from Albuquerque) check “under the hood” of the San Antonio Stratasys 3D Printer.

3D Printing Hospital Network to be Developed by VA

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As of now, the VA 3D printing network will be used in five hospitals which are in Boston, Albuquerque, Orlando, Seattle, and San Antonio. A 3D printer manufacturer and the Department of Veterans Affairs are working together to create a 3D printing hospital network. The Department of Veterans Affairs, the largest integrated healthcare system in the US, is going to build a 3D printing hospital network.

Sandia National Laboratories at the Forefront of Material Science Evaluation for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Additive Manufacturing

Sandia Labs has major research and development responsibilities in nuclear deterrence, global security, defense, energy technologies and economic competitiveness, with main facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Livermore, California.

Optomec Reports 2015 Results With 70% Revenue Growth for Industrial 3D Printing Systems

Additive Manufacturing

Albuquerque, New Mexico. By Shayna Watson | Optomec. Company is operating profitably and maintains strong backlog as demand for high volume production systems increases.

Mission to the Moon: Stratasys Joins Forces with Lockheed Martin and PADT to Engineer Advanced 3D Printed Parts for NASA’s Orion Mission

Additive Manufacturing

With over 80 employees, PADT services customers from its headquarters in Tempe, Arizona, and from offices in Torrance, California, Littleton, Colorado, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Austin, Texas, and Murray, Utah.

Stratasys Unveils Project with US Department of Veterans Affairs as Part of Corporate Social Responsibility Program

Additive Manufacturing

During the initial deployment stage, Stratasys 3D Printers are being installed at VA hospitals in Puget Sound, San Antonio, Albuquerque, Orlando and Boston. One of the first integrated 3D printing networks rolled-out at Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals across the nation.

Concept Laser, Honeywell Aerospace, and PADT Build Largest Academic Additive Manufacturing Center in Southwest at Arizona State University

Additive Manufacturing

With over 80 employees, PADT services customers from its headquarters at the Arizona State University Research Park in Tempe, Arizona, and from offices in Torrance, California, Littleton, Colorado, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Murray, Utah, as well as through staff members located around the country.

Optomec Showcases Production Systems for 3D Printed Metals and 3D Printed Electronics at the RAPID Conference

Additive Manufacturing

Albuquerque, New Mexico. Affordable Hybrid CNC machines for metalworking and mass production systems for printed electronics will be demonstrated.

Optomec’s Breakthrough in 3D Printing Enables Micron-Scale Smart Structures

Additive Manufacturing

Albuquerque, New Mexico – August 16 , 2016 — Optomec , a leading global supplier of production-grade additive manufacturing systems for 3D printed electronics and 3D printed metals, today announced its Aerosol Jet Technology can enable 3D polymer and composite structures to be printed at the micron scale with embedded electronics. Technology Achievement Reduces Cost and Size of Electronics for Communications and Bio-medical Products.

Optomec Receives Strategic Investments from Additive Manufacturing Leaders

Additive Manufacturing

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.–( GE Ventures and Autodesk Expand Historical Collaborations with Optomec. –( BUSINESS WIRE )– Optomec , a global leader in production-grade Additive Manufacturing solutions, today announced that GE Ventures , and Autodesk, Inc.

EXCLUSIVE with Optomec — At the Forefront of Additively Manufactured Micro-Structures

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Optomec 3D Printing Systems Used in Mass Production of Consumer Electronics

Additive Manufacturing

LITE-ON deploys Aerosol Jet Printing Process for handheld devices of top-tier brands.

PADT and Stratasys Announce First-of-its-Kind Additive Manufacturing Lab in Colorado, Located at Metropolitan State University of Denver

Additive Manufacturing

With over 80 employees, PADT services customers from its headquarters at the Arizona State University Research Park in Tempe, Arizona, and from offices in Torrance, California, Littleton, Colorado, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Murray, Utah, as well as through staff members located around the country.

America Makes Welcomes Four Leading National Nuclear Security Administration National Laboratories and the National Security Campus as Members

Additive Manufacturing

With main facilities in Albuquerque, N.M., Advancing Additive Manufacturing Technologies Crucial to National Energy Strategy. Youngstown, Ohio – October 9, 2014.

NOW PRINTING: ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

Design 2 Part News

As Voxel8 works to bring 3D printing of antennas, connectors, and other electronic components into the mainstream, a company in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is showing design engineers another possibility to consider. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.