University of Texas Thesis Improves Tensile Strength of FDM Parts Through Annealing and Pressure

Improving strength in parts is a topic of ongoing study in 3D printing, and thesis student, Rhugdhrivya Rane, at The University of Texas at Arlington, recently tackled the subject further in. 3D Printing 3d printing analysis 3d printing research 3D printing tensile strength fdm 3d printing The University of Texas at Arlington

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New Elastic Biodegradable Hydrogel Could Help 3D Print Human Soft Tissue in the Future

Last year, Dr. Yi Hong, a Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), received an R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop materials for making. View the entire article via our website.

UTA Professor Receives NIH Grant to Make 3D Printed Blood Vessels for Children

Back in 2015, the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) was part of a group working on a design guidance system for AM that received funding from America Makes as part of its third project call for. View the entire article via our website.

Preserving the Seabee Memorial with 3D Scanning

3D Printing 3D Scanning API hemiscan API imager arlington national cemetery automated precision inc. The Seabees are members of the Naval Construction Forces. The term comes from the initials for Construction Battalion (CB) and has as its mascot the cutest builder bee you could ever hope to lay eyes. View the entire article via our website. digital model digital scan felix de weldon iwo jima memorial naval construction forces navy Seabee seabee heritage foundation Seabee memorial


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3D Software BigRep Dassault systemes Eliseo Jauregui Ford Motor Company Invertigo Jim Mckelvey Matt Schmotzer Print My Ride Purdue University Six Flags solidworks SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Square University of Texas at ArlingtonSOLIDWORKS World continues to demonstrate the capabilities of CAD. With the broad range of software­­ tools enabling industrial additive manufacturing, I interviewed a range of SOLIDWORKS users at the event in Texas this week.

Ugandan Boy is Very Happy About his 3D Printed Team Unlimbited e-NABLE Arm

3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed arm 3d printed medical device 3d printed prosthetic arm 3d printed prosthetics Arlington Academy of Hope CoRSU Hospital in Uganda Dr. Elizabeth Langran Dr. Eric Bubar e-nable Kate Lord marymount university prosthetic arm She's the First team unlimbitedWhile we have the opportunity to follow some absolutely amazing stories here at, it’s hard to top the heartwarming feeling one gets just seeing the words e-NABLE. We always know something.

Baseball Player Perfects His Throw with 3D Printed Prosthetic Finger

At age five, he was riding an escalator at an Arlington, Texas mall when his index finger got caught and was so badly injured that it. When Cruz Ramos was a small child, he was in a terrible accident. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed prosthetic 3d printed prosthetic finger 3d printed prosthetics baseball prosthetic prosthetics UNT Health Science Center

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Arlington bioengineer awarded $211K NIH grant to develop 3D printed blood vessels for children


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a a $211,000 R21 grant to an engineer at the University of Texas at Arlington. The money will allow Yi Hong and his partner Guohao Dai to develop 3D printable materials for creating new blood vessels for children with vascular defects.

The Week in 3D Printing

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As we learned from Futurism , a pair of bioengineers from Northeastern University and the University of Texas at Arlington is working on a set of new 3D printing materials (bioinks) that can be mixed with human cells to create blood vessels unique to every patient.

Even a Cubify Fan Has to Eat & Coastal Flats Fills That Role!

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Carlyle - Arlington/ Shirlington ( Includes Best Buns bakery ) The Carlyle location is a little far for us; but, still a favorite for special occasions because the unique Art Deco motif has a special air of romantic loveliness. Or, should that be ROLL. as in "Ozzie Roll"!

NC State Flies High at AUVSI 2014 Aerial Robotics Competition

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University of Texas – Arlington. NC State Robotics Club soared to a first place finish at this year’s 2014 Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, AUVSI SUAS , Aerial Robotics Competition. The

Student Success in Education and Research Showcased at SOLIDWORKS WORLD

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We celebrate student team success in our SOLIDWORKS Partner Pavilion with engineers from Baylor University Baja SAE Team, University of North Texas Formula SAE team, and University of Texas – Arlington, Formula SAE team.

Local Motors Rolls Out Mobifactory In Crystal City

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Visit the Local Motors Mobi at 1900 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202. Phoenix-based technology company brings innovation & #CoCreationNation to DC area. Phoenix, Ariz.

CATI Tech Notes: SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM Seminar.

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The U.S. Cities Where Manufacturing Is Thriving

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43 Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights and No. By Joel Kotkin, Forbes. Perhaps no sector in the U.S. economy generates more angst than manufacturing. Over the past quarter century, manufacturing has hemorrhaged over 5 million jobs.

Makers of Turning Cutting Tools Innovate in Tough Times

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Arlington Heights, IL). By Bill Koenig, Advanced Oil & gas market affects demand for tubing, which has impact on cutting tool makers.

America Makes Announces Awardees of $8M in Funding for Project Call #3

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Nine Teams Awarded; 60 Organizations Teaming to Advance Additive Manufacturing Technologies. Youngstown, Ohio — July 13, 2015.

Medical Machining Tightens Up

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At toolmaker Iscar Metals (Arlington, TX), the focus is also on reducing cycle times—a more important concern than increasing tool life, according to Grip Systems Product Manager Clay East.

Where Manufacturing Is Thriving In The U.S.

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The Chicago-Arlington-Naperville region ranks 56th, having lost 1.85% of its industrial jobs since 2011, continuing decades of decline. By Joel Kotkin and Mike Shires, Forbes. Throughout the dismal presidential campaign, the plight of America’s manufacturing sector played a central role.

The Heat Is On Difficult-to-Machine Metals

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Arlington, TX). “To By Jim Lorincz, Manufacturing Engineering. Successful machining depends on making the right engineered tooling choices.

UTA engineer granted $100K for development of 3D printable bioinks for tissue and organ implants


University of Texas Arlington’s Kyungsuk Yum is therefore working on a 3D printable bioink filled with carbon nanotubes, which will hopefully provide enough support for the cells, and has just received a $100,000 National Science Foundation grant for his research.