Bangladesh: Brac University Student Centers Thesis Around 3D, 4D & Even 5D Printing in Medicine

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Enterprise in Space Announces 'Print the Future Contest' Winning Teams and Their 3D Printable Space Experiments

We first heard about the Print the Future competition in October of 2016. Enterprise in Space (EIS), a nonprofit program of the National Space Society (NSS), and the Kepler Space Institute. View the entire article via our website.


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CoVent-19 Challenge Attracts More Than 200 Ventilator Design Submissions as 7 Teams Build Working Prototypes in Finalist Round

Additive Manufacturing

Phase 1 submissions included teams from 43 different countries, including Algeria, Bangladesh, Canada, Egypt, Greece, India, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Bringing jobs back to America: Rebuilding manufacturing…

Design 2 Part News

The audience answered that it was made in China, Bangladesh, or some other country in the Pacific Rim. “Bringing jobs back to America: Rebuilding manufacturing through reshoring” By Anisa Samarxhiu, Plant Engineering. David Lippert and Timothy Hutzel’s keynote speech at the 2014 Assembly Show talked about reshoring and revitalizing the American manufacturing industry.

Designer Spotlight: Narada Dan Vantari

Shapeways Blog

Eventually I found a very nice young architect in Bangladesh through odesk. This week we are highlighting Narada Dan Vantari, the designer behind shop Sacred Geometry Web. Narada first learned sterographic 3D as a teenager and has been hooked on mathematical art ever since. As an artist, website creator, musician, chess champion and more, Narada wants to turn the world on to the ancient knowledge of sacred geometry with the “futuristic” technology of 3D printing!

Beware: The Hidden Risks of Offshoring

Design 2 Part News

Tragedies in China, Bangladesh, and India, have underscored the need for purchasing companies to be aware of how their suppliers operate within their countries. By The Rodon Group, featured in Design-2-Part Magazine. HATFIELD, Pa.—When When determining the best place to source parts and services, companies should consider not just the “lowest price,” but the “best price,” which takes into consideration all of the total costs and risks that go into offshoring.

Why it’s now cheaper to produce some goods in the South…

Design 2 Part News

More labor-intensive work, like actually sewing garments, still relies on inexpensive workers in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Mexico and elsewhere. “Why it’s now cheaper to produce some goods in the South than in China” By Ana Swanson, Washington Post. Before World War II, red-brick textile mills that processed cotton and wove it into cloth were all over the southern United States, dotting the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama.

Trade War Casualties: Factories Shifting Out Of China

Design 2 Part News

We run production runs in India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, and Mexico right now. By Kenneth Rapoza, Contributor, Forbes. Supply chains starting to shift at a faster pace as companies look to avoid tariffs. . China-based manufacturers were already in the process of moving to lower-cost Southeast Asia. Now that trade tariffs have been enacted on at least $50 billion worth of goods, and another $200 billion likely by summer’s end, they are shifting their supply chain.

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Making Manufacturing Great Again Would Add $530 Billion…

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” The sector’s decline has been bad news for America’s international standing, as “low-cost contract manufacturers in locations such as Mexico, China, Vietnam and Bangladesh” gained market share. “Making Manufacturing Great Again Would Add $530 Billion to GDP” By Andrew Soergel, Economy Reporter, U.S. News . A new report suggests investments in today’s manufacturing operations could carry hundreds of billions of dollars in economic payoffs.