A Biotechnology Makerspace called BUGSS is Helping Make Baltimore a 3D Bioprinting Hub


3D bioprinting is the process of using 3D printing technology to generate living cell structures that maintain the cell function and growth within the printed tissue. 3D Printers 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d bio printer 3d bioprinting 3d bioprinting 3d print tissue Baltimore Underground Science Space bioprinting BUGSS Johns Hopkins University Ryan Hoover

Artist Shows Off An Easy Water Marbling Technique for Painting 3D Prints


3D Design 3D Printing Baltimore color colorizing 3D prints Digital Harbor Foundation maryland post processing water marblingWithout question, 3D printing has opened up new vistas for artists and designers. When it comes to color, however, those vistas can be limiting if not monochromatic. While the technology is catching up with... View the entire article via our website.

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DigiFabCon to Feature Interactive Digital Fabrication Demos

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Bringing 3D Printing, laser cutting and marking, CNC machining and all manner of Digital Fabrication processes to life, DigiFabCon will this year land in Baltimore, MD on November 17, 2014.

Quality Control in 3D Printing Through ISO and LEAN

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As 3D Printing moves toward more widespread application in mainstream industrial markets, it’s interesting to note the shift from the desktop hacker providing parts at Maker Faires to contract service companies utilizing processes and procedures common in traditional manufacturing. ISO Certification actually audits that quality processes are in place but does not certify each part. The

Micro 3D Printing Middle Ear Prosthesis with 3D Systems Hi-Rez ProJet

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Using a 3D Systems high resolution ProJet 3D Printer, Potomac Photonics in Baltimore, Maryland is able to create tiny parts which are especially beneficial in the medical device market.

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The Future of Data Transfer Standards for Additive Manufacturing: Insights from an ISO Meeting in Berlin

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We reviewed the AFNOR (Association Française de Normalisation) document that outlined existing data exchange standards for Additive Manufacturing consisting of ISO/DIS 17296-4 “Additive Manufacturing – Rapid Technologies Part 4: Data Processing” that covers principal considerations for data exchange and AM data workflow. At what stage of the manufacturing process does it apply and what is the status of the standard being adopted in the industry?

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The Digital Harbor Foundation: From Rec Center to Tech Center


[Editor''s note: The original blog has been edited for length] “Our story begins when a few educators in Baltimore learned that the city was closing the nearby Rec Center. The closings were due to the financial constraints of the Baltimore school district budget.

Ricoh Announces Strategic Business Partnership with Elixirgen Scientific

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Innovative new offerings combine cell differentiation induction and bioprinting technologies to improve efficiency of drug discovery process TOKYO, Japan – June 19, 2019 – Ricoh Company, Ltd.,

Artist Spotlight: Jonathan Monaghan

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I make 3D animated films using essentially the same processes and techniques used in a lot of mass-media entertainment. You can also find Monaghan’s work at the The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore in his solo exhibition entitled After Faberge.

EOS and UNDER ARMOUR Partner to Develop Advanced, Scalable Laser Sintering 3D Printing Technology

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Its product portfolio of EOS systems, materials, and process parameters gives customers crucial competitive advantages in terms of product quality and the long-term economic sustainability of their manufacturing processes.

Designer Spotlight: Colin Wiencek and His Hybrid Furniture

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Here, Colin talks about the role 3D printing plays in his design and production processes, and his dream of making fully 3D printed furniture. Tell us about your design process and where Shapeways fits into it. This, more than the printing process itself, is what my clients appreciate.

The Founder of Under Armour Has Big Plans for…

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“The Founder of Under Armour Has Big Plans for ‘Made in the USA’ “ Kevin Plank has launched an ambitious project aimed at revitalizing Baltimore by empowering entrepreneurs to create and build new products there. Now he wants to seed his adopted hometown of Baltimore with manufacturers, replacing urban blight with a city of makers. “He wants to do things that will have a positive impact on the brand of the City of Baltimore.”

Will Millennials Change Manufacturing?

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“Their ability to transform organizations’ slow processes into fast, effective business success will help manufacturing and supply chain grow for years to come,” she asserts. Will Millennials Change Manufacturing? The largest generation in the U.S.

Natural Gas Boom Means U.S. Manufacturing Prospers

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The impact of the resulting drop in natural gas prices has reverberated with great benefit to factories across America, said Drew Greenblatt, owner of Baltimore-based Marlin Steel Wire Products LLC , which specializes in the creation of custom metal forms.

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The Week in 3D Printing: Holograms, Upcycling, No-Electricity Electronics, and Mini Medicals

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Quartz has a nice rundown , and you can watch the full story (and feel pretty smart in the process), below. Researcher from Baltimore’s University of Maryland School of Medicine still have a ways to go before this technique is ready for use, but early indications are promising.

Special report: Automation puts jobs in peril

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BALTIMORE — The patter of automated machinery fills the air inside wire-basket manufacturer Marlin Steel’s bustling factory in a rugged industrial section of this city. Audits may go from an annual process to a continuous action. By Nathan Bomey, USA Today.