UT Austin’s MakerSpace 3D Prints a Reverse Engineered Cap Gun


Students studying mechanical engineering at the University of Texas at Austin are required to take a course called, not surprisingly, “Introduction to Mechanical Engineering.” As part of this course, the students become familiar with... View the entire article via our website.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces 2018 Scholarship Recipients

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Daniel Delgado Camacho, who is pursuing a master’s degree in Structural Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), has been awarded the Guy E. Air Force UM University of Miami University of Texas at Austin UT Austin Victoria Coverstone

The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions Sign Memorandum of Understanding

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Per the arrangement, The Barnes Group Advisors will deliver Additive Manufacturing (AM) training courses designed around key industry standards to SLM Solutions’ customers and contacts. The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions North America collaborate on Additive Manufacturing Training.

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Wohlers Associates Identifies Design as a Critical Factor in AM Economics and Adoption

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One of two courses has been scheduled for Austin, Texas on August 14-16, 2019 in connection with the 30th Annual Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin.

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Tricia Berry

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Tricia Berry holds the prestigious position of the director of Women In Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin; she is in charge of recruitment retention and graduation of women from the Cockrell School of Engineering. “I

Aerospace is on a 3D Printing Binge. Scott Sevcik Explains Why.

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

I have the great distinction of coming from the same home town as SPAM – Austin, Minnesota. Of course the long term focus for many in the industry is the flight parts themselves.

The Week in 3D Printing: The Princess Leia Project, Amazing Applications, and Magical Mods

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Their inspiration was, of course, Princess Leia’s poignant holographic cry for help that pulled us all into the Star Wars universe.

SOLIDWORKS xDesign Challenge Submission – Greg Green

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Occasionally I do some fun things as well… (of course all in SOLIDWORKS!). Divi graduated from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay with a dual degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters degree in Engineering from University of Texas at Austin.

How will Industry 4.0 impact U.S. manufacturing?

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By JLL Staff Reporter, Real Views. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is picking up steam in warehouse aisles and factory floors around the world. As advancing technology brings the manufacturing industry closer to the vision of a ‘smart factory,’ the future of U.S.

SxSW 2016: 3D Printing Tech, Puppies & BBQ

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Naturally, I helped host a few of our own meetups around Austin and made new friends while sharing cool 3D printed giveaways. I have never yelped “BBQ” as much as I have these past few days.

Meet the designer: Elise Luttik


My inspiration to start using 3D printing came to me at the SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas. And of course I am always keen on taking on new challenges..

Recently in…Solar Power

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This years American Solar Challenge begins on July 21 and will cover an eight-day, 1700+ mile road course traveling through seven states from Austin, TX, to Minneapolis, MN. Over the millennia, our sun has played countless roles. It has been worshipped and used as a calendar.

RepRap: Blog: Vapor Treating ABS RP parts

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By Austin Wilson and Neil Underwood (Spacexula). ideal of course is 2 one way valves of some form. RepRap: Blog. Blog for the RepRap project at www.reprap.org - a project to create an open-source self-copying 3D printer. Tuesday, February 26, 2013. Vapor Treating ABS RP parts.

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