University of Connecticut Students Design Racecar with Help from 3D Systems Geomagic Software

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UTC Aerospace Systems Opens New 3D Printing Materials Lab in Connecticut and Announces Partnership with UCONN

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FDA Says A.D.A.M.’s 3D Printed Bones are Eligible for 510(k) Clearance

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Handheld Bioprinter to Treat Skeletal Muscle Injuries

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State of Connecticut supports growth of Additive Manufacturing

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Funding Assistance is being provided through the Connecticut Small Business Express Program, which was created to support the growth of high technology manufacturing in the State of Connecticut. From precision manufacturing to information services, small businesses succeed when they can act quickly on an opportunity, Governor Malloy said. The Small Business Express program is enabling Connecticut companies to innovate and grow, investing and adding jobs right here at home..

Restoring Industrial Components with Directed Energy Deposition Saves Time and Costs

3D Printing Events 3D Printing Materials Aerospace 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing ccat connecticut center for advanced technology DED M1 Abrams Tank metal 3d printing optomec Optomec LENS printersWelding on a micron level to restore and repair parts at a fast pace and cost effective is the core of Directed Energy Deposition or DED, also called laser engineered net shaping or LENS (Optomec’s. View the entire article via our website.

Yale University and OPM Collaborate on Ten 3D Printing Projects to Further Biomedical Applications

Connecticut: A very exciting collaboration is in the works to benefit biomedical applications powered by 3D printing. 3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed prosthetics 3d printing medical devices biomedical applications connecticut medical research Oxford Performance Materials PEKK Yale University Oxford Performance Materials hits the headlines again, and this time they are teaming up with their Ivy League... View the entire article via our website.

United Technologies Research Center Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Expanded Research Center, Announces Additional Investments

Headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) is the global innovation division of United Technologies Corp. 3D Printing Business 3d printed aerospace applications 3d printing facility additive manufacturing research aerospace applications connecticut investment Pratt & Whitney research and development United Technologies Corp United Technologies Research Center UTC UTRC

FastBot’s BBP Controller Board Allows You to Upgrade Your 3D Printer & Print 4x Faster

3D Printing 3d printer controller board 3d printing electronics 3d printing mobile app android mobile app bbp bbp s1 connecticut fastbot kickstarter reprap While 3D printing is being hailed as ‘the next coming’ in manufacturing and design and much more, it’s also become somewhat infamous as a time-consuming practice, with more than a few snarky comments being made... View the entire article via our website.

NanoSteel Continues to Improve Powder Portfolio for Metal 3D Printing

3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d printing metal 3d printing powders connecticut center for advanced technology metal powder nanosteel NanoSteel is in the business of leading the steel industry in nanostructures for steel material design. After many dedicated years, NanoSteel has taken risks with innovation that have paid off. Due to their willingness to embrace progress, they have achieved... View the entire article via our website.

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See the Black-Footed Penguin in 3D Print as the Bruce Museum Celebrates National Penguin Day

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Read Before You Vape: 3D Printed Screening Device Shows That E-Cigarettes Are Just as Bad as Tobacco Cigarettes

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AstroPrint 3D Printer Management Software opens new education plan beta access

Hartford, Connecticut – (January 28, 2019) After a successful test run, AstroPrint is opening today its second phase of a beta program for 3D Printer Fleet Management. This second phase. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Education Sponsored 3D printing management astroprint beta testing multi platform print cloud print management sso

2014 New York Maker Faire Wrap-up: Our Favorite Moments!


Manhatten Hackerspace and Connecticut Hackerspace were among the maker groups attending the 2014 New York Maker Faire. Maker Faire New York ended on Sunday, September 21, topping off one of the biggest 3D printing and design events of 2014. The i.materialise outreach team joined over 85,000 attendees to connect with makers from around New York and across the world! Among them were the winners to our free ticket giveaway, who received VIP 3D print goodie bags!

NanoSteel Expands Material Capabilities for Additive Manufacturing

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NanoSteel worked with Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology to generate part samples using freeform direct laser deposition. Featured News Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology digital case hardening™ NanoSteel® Company Powder portfolio enables the printing of complex high hardness parts and crack-free gradient designs. PROVIDENCE, R.I.

SME’s Mfg4 – A Leading Event “For Industry Developed By Industry”

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This year Mfg4 will be held at the Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut. Connecticut Convention Center. Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Featured News Q&A Bystronic Cisco Connecticut Convention Center Gene Kulesha Kim Farrugia MEMEX Mfg4 Rockwell Automation SME Stephan Biller Stryker OrthopaedicsMfg4 , sponsored by SME , is a leading advanced technology event with focus on aerospace, defense and medical device industries.

Stanley Black & Decker’s Contributions to 3D Printing

Headquartered in New Britain, Connecticut, Stanley Black & Decker is the world’s largest manufacturer of tools, fasteners, storage, and other hardware. They are also #2 in the world for. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3D printing tax credits markforged R&D Tax Savers research and development tax credit Stanley Black & Decker STANLEY Infrastructure Innovation Techstars

America Makes Announces Awardees of Directed Project Opportunity

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Led by United Technologies Research Center, in partnership with other United Technologies Corporation business units, United Technologies Aerospace Systems and Pratt & Whitney, and with Stratonics, 3DSIM, and the University of Connecticut, this project team seeks to rapidly advance the Manufacturing Readiness Level of Laser Powder Bed Fusion HEX components in propulsion applications. Two Projects of Approximately $1.35M Each are Awarded. Youngstown, Ohio — April 29, 2015.

OPM Licensed for Marketing & Manufacturing 3D Printed Medical Devices in Asia

is a Connecticut-based company we have followed for years as they continue to forge ahead in the realm of 3D printed implants. Oxford Performance Materials Inc. Their proprietary OsteoFab technology. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed surgical implants JSR Corp. OPM Oxford Performance Materials Inc.

OPM Aerospace Welcomes Two New VPs: Larry Varholak and Sal Bordonaro

OPM) has just announced that they are welcoming two new members to their team at the Connecticut-based materials technology company. Oxford Performance Materials Inc. Lawrence (Larry) Varholak has been appointed Vice President of Programs, OPM... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business Health 3D Printing biomedical OPM OPM Aerospace & Industrial Oxford Performan Oxford Performance Materials Inc

InterPRO Expanding Industrial Capabilities With Installation of UnionTech's RSPro 800 SLA 3D Printer

On-demand 3D printing solutions provider InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group, based in Connecticut, helps companies develop, prototype, and manufacture better products at a faster rate. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d printer reseller AMUG AMUG Conference DSM Somos EvoLVe 128 material expansion innovation center interpro north america RAPID + TCT RSPro RSPro 800 RSPro production series sla 3d printing stereolithography Union Tec

3D Printing for Aerospace & Industry: OPM Commercially Launches New Nickel-Plated OXFAB-Ni

Additive manufacturing company Oxford Performance Materials (OPM), based in Connecticut, is a leader in both high performance additive manufacturing (HPAM) and advanced materials science. Back in. View the entire article via our website.

Creating Bottle Openers With the Desktop Metal Studio System

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Here at TriMech’s Connecticut office, we had been printing in 17-4 stainless steel using the Desktop Metal Studio Printer beta unit, but in December of 2018, we installed the complete Desktop Metal Studio System ! Having the debinder and furnace in-house has really helped us speed up design time on our prototype sample parts. Now, it’s time to unveil our first official TriMech branded sample part in 17-4 stainless steel from the Studio System, a metal bottle opener.

Maybe Using a Flamethrower-Equipped Quadcopter Isn’t the Best Way to Cook a Holiday Turkey

This week a Connecticut teenager uploaded a video to YouTube showing off a quadcopter with a working flamethrower attached to it that was being used to literally roast a turkey. The obviously. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing Robotics 3d printed drones 3d printed UAV Austin Haughwout flamethrower flamethrower-equipped drone Quadcopter

Hexcel Explores 3D Printing Through Strategic Investment in Oxford Performance Materials

Oxford Performance Materials, a Connecticut-based additive manufacturing company, has established a strong presence in the biomedical, aerospace, and industrial sectors, and in recent years. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3d printing and aerospace 3d printing partnerships carbon fiber carbon fiber 3D printing Hexcel OPM Oxford Performance Materials Oxford Performance Materials Inc. OXPEKK

As Xerox Prepares to Split into Two Companies, Who Gets the 3D Printing Tech?

Norwalk, Connecticut’s Xerox is a brand name that has become so ubiquitous with the document technology products they invented that the word “xerox” has become synonymous with making a. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3d systems industrial 3d printer Xerox Xerox 3D printer Xerox Business Process Outsourcing xerox company split Xerox Corporation Xerox Document Technology

3D Printed PEKK Structures Shown to Offer Superior Antibacterial Properties for Orthopedic Implants in Comparison Study with PEEK

Connecticut-based Oxford Performance Materials, Inc. OPM) first commercialized its proprietary OsteoFab process back in 2013; two years later, the company received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Medical 3D Printing Science & Technology 3D printed orthopedic solutions 510(K) clearance antibacterial fda approval OPM orthopedics OsteoFab Oxford Performance Materials Oxford Performance Materials Inc.

This Weekend, We’re RC Crawling Across the World

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Our PR Lead Lise and Community Manager Andrew are going to Hamden, Connecticut to try to Conquer the Giant. Her initial test-drives were a little rough, but crawling in Fredericksburg, Virginia and Upstate New York has allowed her to prep for the challenge in Hamden, Connecticut. She and partner in crime Andrew will head to Sleeping Giant State Park for Conquer the Giant , the largest scale competition in Connecticut, which is hosted by CT Scalers. That’s right!

Aero Gear Celebrates Growth After Completing 24,000-Square-Foot Expansion

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As the sky-high demand for jet engines shows no signs of slowing down, one Connecticut manufacturer is rising up to meet the challenge. Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Catherine Smith spoke at a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 12 outside Aero Gear’s new addition. She has worked in conjunction with Rose since 2011 to continually raise the standard of productivity and business in Connecticut. “I

3D printed heart saves baby’s life as medical technology leaps ahead

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The baby’s heart had holes, which are not uncommon with CHD, but the heart chambers were also in an unusual formation, rather like a maze,” Dr Emile Bacha, who performed the surgery, told Connecticut local media. “In The project was funded by Matthew’s Hearts of Hope, a Connecticut –based foundation. Surgeons used a 3D printed model of the infant’s unusual heart to prepare for life-saving surgery.

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Solar Panels’ Brightest Year

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in North Branford, Connecticut. Companies and most people want to be environmentally sound, said Jerry Leshem, president of Lesro Industries, a Connecticut furniture manufacturer that covered its roof with 3,200 solar panels in 2016. The Connecticut Green Bank, which helped fund Lesro’s panels, estimates the panels will save Lesro $700,000 over 20 years, or more than $30,000 a year. By Mark Langlois, Design-2-Part Magazine.

A Musical Week in the 3D Printing World

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Last year University of Connecticut music history and theory Ph.D. Three cool musical projects emerged this week in the 3D Printing World, all taking advantage of the best aspects of 3D printing technology. Adafruit’s MIDI Project.

Will MakerBot and Martha Stewart sell more desktop 3D printers?

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The initial Martha Stewart for MakerBot PLA Filament colors, Lemon Drop, Robin’s Egg and Jadeite, are now available at MakerBot Retail Stores in New York, Boston and Greenwich, Connecticut, and online at MakerBot printers are used by a number of engineers in their preliminary design work.

25 Years of SFF

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The first speaker, Harris Marcus, previously of UT and now at the University of Connecticut at Storrs, discussed the founding of the SFF Symposium. I had the pleasure of attending the 25th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium last month. It was organized by and held at the University of Texas at Austin—the birthplace of selective laser sintering (SLS). The conference is the longest-running event worldwide on additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing.

ASTM International to Host Delegation of 3D Printing Experts from Singapore

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Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Drexel University in Philadelphia, and the University of Connecticut. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., November 7, 2016— ASTM International will host a delegation of additive manufacturing professionals from Singapore, Nov. The delegation will visit Washington, D.C., As part of the additive manufacturing program, the delegation will visit: ASTM’s D.C. office and Underwriters Laboratories, the U.S.

Connecticut scientists replicate antique musical instruments using 3D printing


Researchers at the University of Connecticut have been doing exactly that, by 3D printing the necessary parts to give hundred-year-old instruments a new opportunity to play beautiful music. This article Connecticut scientists replicate antique musical instruments using 3D printing is first published at 3D printing technology is regarded by many as the future of manufacturing, but who would have guessed it can also be used to give the past a new purpose?

Leo the Maker Prince – how to engage a generation into 3dprinting

Philip Cotton

Already she has had great success since launching the book and has worked with Makerbot to host reading events in their 3dprinting stores in New York City, Greenwich, Connecticut and Boston. [link]. My background is education and teaching high school students about 3dprinting. I have often thought to myself, ‘how can we engage even younger children into 3dprinting?’

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Design-2-Part Shows Sets Annual Attendance Record

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D2P will look to continue this run in 2019 with eleven more shows scheduled in Grapevine, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Uncasville, Connecticut; Schaumburg, Illinois; Santa Clara, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Marlborough, Massachusetts; Pasadena, California; Oaks, Pennsylvania; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Charlotte, North Carolina. PROSPECT, Conn. — (December 5, 2018) — Design-2-Part (D2P) Shows, a series of design and contract manufacturing trade shows across the U.S.,

UConn using 3-D printer to reproduce parts for original saxophones, other antique instruments

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Researchers at the University of Connecticut are using medical technology to breathe new life into some antique musical instruments. Dr. Robert Howe, a reproductive endocrinologist in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, says his medical practice showed him how computerized tomography could make precise 3-D images of body parts. As a student of music history, he realized the same CT scanning technology could help him study delicate musical instruments from the past.

UConn Engineering Team Calls on Bolton Works to Fine Tune Racecar Design

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The University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering has had a Formula SAE team since 2009 and recognizes the event as an opportunity for its members to learn and improve through hands-on experience. UConn Engineering Team Calls on Bolton Works to Fine Tune Racecar Design Thursday, July 21, 2016 - 13:00 Formula SAE ® is an international collegiate competition that challenges students to design, develop and competitively race a Formula-style racecar.

Job Opportunities

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We are a privately held company in our 17th year of operation in Deep River, Connecticut. Sales Representative – Additive Manufacturing , Rapid Prototyping, Cast Urethane Prototypes, CNC, Injection Molding. InterPRO is seeking an experienced inside/outside sales representative with direct experience in rapid prototyping (RP), additive manufacturing (AM), CNC, CAD, urethane casting and/or injection molding.

Join our team

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We are a privately held company in our 17th year of operation in Deep River, Connecticut. Sales Representative  Additive Manufacturing , Rapid Prototyping, Cast Urethane Prototypes, CNC, Injection Molding. InterPRO is seeking an experienced inside/outside sales representative with direct experience in rapid prototyping (RP), additive manufacturing (AM), 3D printing, CNC, CAD, urethane casting and/or injection molding.

Here’s why MakerBot is putting 3D printers in schools

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visiting MakerBot customers like The Whitby School in Connecticut, where students are using Tinkercad to design in 3D and MakerBots to print out their creations. Jonathan Jaglom at MakerBot’s new factory opening in Brooklyn in July. Can putting 3D printers in schools lead to adoption in the consumer market? MakerBot plans to find out. When the State University of New York at New Paltz opened the first MakerBot Innovation Center in the U.S.