Tap Takeover: Columbus Community Comes Together Over 3D Scanning, 3D Printing and Craft Beer

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Bringing together 3D scanning, 3D printing, a local artist, and craft beer, last night Columbus, Ohio hosted a Tap Takeover — and the easiest decision I’ve made to accept an invitation in. Featured Stories 3D printed beer tap handles 3d printed beer taps Brandon Gell Brooks Myers Columbus craft beer IC3D IC3D Printers Jacob Kuttothara Kendric Tonn Knockout Concepts KS1 Michael Cao Ohio

Columbus Company Installs Two GE Additive Metal 3D Printers on OSU Campus

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The entryway into manufacturing and engineering at The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering is the Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence (CDME), which was developed to meet. View the entire article via our website.

Knockout Concepts Packs a Punch in 3D Scanning Software

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About a month ago, I was in Columbus, Ohio to see 3D technologies come together in a community-driven project that showcased local brewmasters in the Tap Takeover event spearheaded by Knockout. 3D Scanning 3D Software Business Exclusive Interviews Science & Technology 3d scanning 3d scanning software Brandon Gell Brooks Myers Columbus customization Jacob Kuttothara Knockout Concepts KS1 local mobile 3d scanning Ohio

NASA-Born BeeHex Makes 3D Printed Pizza Palatable, Brings R&D Operations to Ohio

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Having recently moved its R&D operations to Columbus, Ohio, the. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business Exclusive Interviews Science & Technology 3d print research and development 3d printed food 3d printed pizza 3d printing food 3d printing interviews Anjan Contractor BeeHex Ben Feltner Chintan Kanuga Columbus Jordan French Ohio research and development

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Around the World in 3D Printing: First Half 2017

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As the 3D printing industry heats up, so do the jet and car engines as we continue to travel around the US and the world to check in on the latest developments directly. 2016 kept us busy, from trade. View the entire article via our website.

Creativity and Pragmatism in 3D Printing Come Together at IC3D

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3D Design 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business Education Exclusive Interviews Science & Technology 3d printed cosplay 3d printing partnerships Columbus cosplay cosplayers defense hirocreations IC3D IC3D Printers Kim Gibson Michael Cao Ohio Ohio state university Yasu Tano“A lot of people get 3D printers now, but not the applications for them,” Michael Cao, CEO of IC3D, told me this week. “It’s like a computer now; what can you do with it?

Why the uPrint is one of the world’s top-selling 3D printers

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3D Printing General Business 3d printer 3d printing Akron Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus innovation Mojo Pittsburgh small business Stratasys uPrint uPrint 3D Printer. . There’s a reason that the uPrint is one of Stratasys’ top-selling 3D printers… It’s affordable and it’s a workhorse. It’s the 3D printer that UPS Stores chose to put into its stores to print parts for the public. It’s easy to use and office-friendly.

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Stingray 3D Printer Launches Kickstarter Campaign – FFF, Paste, & SLA 3D Printer with Laser Engraver/Cutter

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Back in July, 3DPrint.com received some information about an upcoming Kickstarter Campaign for a multifunctional machine, from a man named Ryan Manley, based in Columbus, Ohio. I was intrigued by his idea, and drawn into... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers crowdfunding kickstarter laser cutter laser engraver stingray 3d printer stingray cnc

CCM Hockey and Carbon Create the First-Ever NHL Certified 3D Printed Hockey Helmet Liner: Super Tacks X with NEST Tech

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During the 2020 NHL season, three professional players played in this helmet, including Austin Matthews (Toronto Maple Leafs), John Tavares (Toronto Maple Leafs), and Seth Jones (Columbus Blue Jackets).

$64 Million Digital Factory Is Said to Herald the…

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Faurecia’s Columbus, Indiana-based emissions control technologies plant represents company’s digital transformation. The automotive supplier Faurecia recently unveiled a $64 million state-of-the-art, data-driven manufacturing facility in Columbus, Indiana, that will employ 450 people. Columbus South, a 400,000 square-foot facility, will produce a new, high-tech emissions control product for the commercial vehicle industry.

J55 Use Case: Pruner Prototype

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Priority Designs is a product development company based in Columbus, Ohio. Customer Profile. With a cross-functional team and a passion for design, the company helps clients at every stage of the product development process, from initial research to high-quality prototypes.

Faurecia Goes All In on Industry 4.0

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COLUMBUS, IN – Automotive supplier Faurecia (Nanterre, France) decided it needed to get serious about Industry 4.0 To do so, the company decided a new $64 million factory in Columbus, IN, would show the way. For example, Faurecia’s Columbus South operation includes autonomous intelligent vehicles (AIVs) to take parts to the assembly line. Columbus was selected as the site for the new operation for several reasons. History in Columbus.

Penn State to Lead $1.4M Grant to Probe Flaws in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM)

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The project, which began on June 13 at the Maturation of Advanced Manufacturing for Low-Cost Sustainment program Phase 3 Project Call Kickoff Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, is designed to develop a better understanding of the formation of flaws and to quantify the impact they have on fatigue properties.

Additive Manufacturing Consortium Meeting to be Held in Boston, July 25-26

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The AMC , founded by EWI in Columbus, Ohio, is a national consortium of industry, government, academic and non-profit research organizations to positively impact the AM landscape through organized and focused activities.

The data you need to understand the 3D printing world and build your 3D printing strategy

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The report has already been featured by Louis Columbus in Forbes magazine, focusing on Why 3D Printing Adoption Is Accelerating Globally. The first edition of our State of 3D Printing report is live! Discover the results of the biggest statistical survey on how 3D Printing is improving business with geographical and sectorial insights. A useful tool for whose in charge of defining and executing the 3D printing strategy of their organization.

$4.1 Billion Industry Forecast In Crazy 3D Printing Stock Market

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Louis Columbus, contributor here at Forbes, created a healthy roundup of all the 3D printing industry estimates and forecasts; most are bullish. The market for 3D printing, more technically called additive manufacturing (AM), grew at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35.2 percent to $4.1 billion in 2014, according to Wohlers Report 2015. The industry expanded by more than $1 billion in 2014 alone, with 49 manufacturers producing and selling industrial-grade AM machines.

Fabrisonic Receives Second Silver Boeing Performance Excellence Award

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Columbus, Ohio, USA, July 23, 2015 – Fabrisonic LLC , a manufacturer of Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing machines and 3D metal printing announced that it has received a Boeing 2014 Performance Excellence Award. The Boeing Company issues the annual awards to suppliers who have achieved superior performance and provided outstanding service.

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

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Plain City, OH (Columbus area). Last year Todd Blacksher proposed something unusual for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network: The SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever, or SLUGME. The idea was to bring together hundreds of SOLIDWORKS User Group members to live, local meetings around the world, and at a pre-designated time, each group will tune in to a broadcasted technical presentation.

Why is change so hard?

Thornburg Thoughts

This powerful painting shows that lecture-based instruction was known to be failing to engage some students almost 150 years before Columbus sailed to our shores. And One of my favorite paintings was created in the mid-1300’s by Laurentius de Voltolina. It It depicts a classroom at the University of Bologna. University of Bologna, c. While many students seem to be paying attention, a casual glance will show that sleeping and talking among the students was known, even then. Out

Top 6 Reasons Universities Are Buying 3D Printers

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Columbus, Louis. Don’t get left behind in the race to buy a 3D printer! It is now one of the top products being budgeted for by universities. Students seeking jobs in a selection of occupations are being asked if they know and understand how to use 3D printers. If your faculty hasn’t made the decision yet, your future students may miss out when they apply for their first jobs.

$148M materials manufacturing institute run by OSU, EWI…

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Ohio State University and EWI, the Columbus-based manufacturing and research consulting nonprofit, along with the University of Michigan are leads on the 99,000-square-foot facility. “$148M materials manufacturing institute run by OSU, EWI, University of Michigan opens Thursday” By Tom Knox, Biz Journal. A $148 million advanced manufacturing institute run by two Ohio heavyweights and the University of Michigan opens this week.

Where is the U.S. Automotive Industry Headed?

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Locations like Columbus are hoping that the plastic injection molding industry will grow due to Utica and Marcellus shale deposits in the region, enabling local production of raw resins and hydrocarbons. By Tracey Hyatt Bosman, Managing Director at Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Company. Published on December 1, 2016. The U.S. automotive industry and its supplier network, once entrenched in Michigan and surrounding Great Lakes states, has been migrating southward in recent decades.

The Cube Road Show Coming to YOU!

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The Current List of Cities Includes: San Francisco Portland Seattle Minneapolis Chicago: Indianapolis Columbus Detroit Boston NYC Philadelphia Washington D.C. Recently, 3D Systems, the maker of the Cube 3D Printer, announced on the Cubify.com web site that they are taking the Cube on the road in, what else, a Nissan Cube! For some reason, I always associate that car with the style of Wallace and Gromit! I wonder if they will be serving Gorgonzola & crackers!)

Current Cube Tour Dates

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Rushmore) April 26 - April 27 - Minneapolis, MN April 28 - April 29 - April 30 - Chicago, IL May 01 - May 02 - Detroit, MI & Columbus, OH May 03 - May 04 - Philadelphia, PA May 05 - Boston, MA May 06 - May 07 - May 08 - New York City, NY May 09 - Washington D.C. In the Cube Tour announcement, the plan for the tour was to visit 25 cities. So far,the tour schedule shows less than 25 cities. And, hopefully, that means at great opportunity for you to insert YOUR city into the schedule.

VIRTUAL SINGAPORE: Creating an intelligent 3D model to improve experiences of residents, business and government

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George Loh, who leads the Virtual Singapore project as director of the National Research Foundation’s Programmes Directorate, has a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio) and a master’s degree in Industrial Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California (Los Angeles). Originally published in Compass: The 3DEXPERIENCE® Magazine, written by William J. Holstein.

Technology Association of Georgia to Present Seminar on…

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TAG is the leading technology industry association in the state, serving more than 26,000 members through regional chapters in Metro Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia and Savannah. “Technology Association of Georgia to Present Seminar on “On-Shoring”. In Conjunction with the Design-2-Part Show.

Getting to the Heart of Surgical Planning: A Doctor’s Perspective on the Future of 3D Printing in Hospitals

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While I was in Columbus, prior to 3D printing, we performed minimally invasive pulmonary valve replacement via a per-ventricular approach; however, we were severely limited by not being able to truly understand the anatomy of right ventricular outflow tract (location for placement of the stented valve). A ground breaking investigative trial called 3D Hearts Enabling a Randomized Trial ( 3DHEART ) recently began enrollment.

Fabrisonic-Patented Solid-State Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing Welding Technology Bonds Layers

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Fabrisonic LLC , based in Columbus, Ohio, is a manufacturing technology company that utilizes additive and traditional subtractive manufacturing to provide a full range of 3D metal printing services. She holds an MBA and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration, focus in marketing, from The University of Toledo and an Associates in Mechanical Engineering from Columbus State.

7 Ways 3D Printing Is Making Manufacturing More Competitive

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By Louis Columbus, Forbes. 71.1% of manufacturers have currently adopted 3D Printing. 52% of manufacturers expect 3D Printing will be used for high-volume production in the next 3-5 years. 22% of manufacturers predict 3D Printing will have a disruptive effect on supply chains. Global spending on printers was predicted to reach $11B in 2015 and forecast to reach about $27B by 2019.

Top Ten Emerging Technologies For 2015 Include 3D Printing…

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“Top Ten Emerging Technologies For 2015 Include 3D Printing, Distributed Manufacturing” By Louis Columbus, Forbes. The World Economic Forum’s Meta-Council on Emerging Technologies has released their Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2015 and their findings support the importance of additive manufacturing, 3D printing and distributed manufacturing to global economic growth.

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Nasa and Made In Space, Inc. Make History by Successfully 3D Printing First Object in Space

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The Microgravity Science Glovebox resides in the Columbus module on the space station. International Space Station / Moffett Field, CA (November 24th, 2014) – History was made on November 24th at 9:28 pm GMT, when the first 3D printer built to operate in space successfully manufactured its first part on the International Space Station ( ISS ). This is the first time that hardware has been additively manufactured in space , as opposed to launching it from Earth.

10 Ways Analytics Are Accelerating Digital Manufacturing

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By Louis Columbus, Forbes. 42% of manufacturers say big data and analytics as their highest priority in 2015. 56% of power distribution providers rank big data and analytics within their top three priorities for 2015. 61% of aviation companies consider big data and analytics their highest priority this year.

DIMENSIONEXT: New Dimension for Fabrisonic

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Fabrisonic is based in Columbus, OH. Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH. PRINTEREST. ABOUT. New Dimension for Fabrisonic. New Dimension for Fabrisonics Ultrasonic Printing. Fabrisonic LLC have unveiled a fourth axis for its SonicLayer line of 3D printers at EuroMold 2013 , that incorporates the company’s Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) technology to merge layers of metal.

Aurora Flight Sciences and Stratasys Deliver World’s First Jet-Powered, 3D Printed UAV in Record Time

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Aurora is headquartered in Manassas, VA and operates production plants in Bridgeport, WV and Columbus, MS; and a Research and Development Center in Cambridge, MA. Leading provider of advanced unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles leverages the power of 3D printing to reduce design and build time by 50 percent. 3m wingspan UAV is 80% 3D printed, with lightweight Stratasys materials key to breaking speeds of 150mph. Minneapolis, MN & Rehovot, Israel – November 9, 2015 – Stratasys Ltd.

One Man’s Journey: from the NFL to Space [Podcast]

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Yeah, the Columbus laboratory is was the European Space Agency's baby, they've been waiting 10 years to get this thing installed. Most college students don’t stay in the field in which they received their degree. In fact, only 27 percent of college graduates have a job related to their major. This is no surprise, as many people move around once they get a taste of the real world…however, the story of Leland Melvin is much more than a simple career change.

Why Universities are Important to Rebuilding US…

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Williams, executive dean of the Professional Colleges and dean of The College of Engineering at The Ohio State University, located in Columbus, Ohio, to discuss the role universities are playing in rebuilding manufacturing and educating the next generation of manufacturing workers. “Why Universities are Important to Rebuilding US Manufacturing” By Michele Nash-Hoff, President, ElectroFab Sales, IndustryWeek.

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Eclipse predicts additional $1M revenue within three years with new Massivit 1800 3D printer

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Columbus (OH)-based creative design company, Eclipse Corp. has invested in a Massivit 1800 3D Printing Solution to drive new business and differentiate its service offering against traditional print company competitors. 3D Printing Company

BeeHex partners with Cali flour for 3D printed vegan pizza crust

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The companies recently demonstrated the 3D printing process at a sold-out event in Columbus, Ohio. Either way, it’s hard to ignore the now Columbus-based company, what with its frankly bizarre backstory and headline-grabbing 3D food printer. BeeHex, a 3D printed pizza specialist that was once affiliated with NASA, is collaborating with cauliflower pizza crust company Cali’Flour to develop a 3D printed vegan pizza crust.

MEPs are Essential to Rebuilding American Manufacturing…

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By Michele Nash-Hoff, Savingusmanufacturing.com. Last month, President Trump submitted a “Skinny Budget” with the goal of removing some of the “fat” within Washington DC. Unfortunately, one of the programs eliminated in his budget is not “fat.” ” The Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) is the only federally funded national network dedicated to serving small and medium-sized U. manufacturers.

David, not just a pellet 3D printer, it could even extrude a plastic bag

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Back in Columbus, Ohio based Sculptify announces the development of an innovative personal 3D printer, which allows users to "print with limitless material options." Sculptify''s ''David'' 3D printer works with pelletized plastic instead of standard filament, using a new 3D printing method called FLEX - Fused Layer Extrusion. This article David, not just a pellet 3D printer, it could even extrude a plastic bag is first published at 3ders.org. 3D Printers