Inside ADDere’s 30 hour 3D printed turbine blade

3D Printing Industry

Wisconsin technology developer ADDere has demonstrated its large scale additive manufacturing capabilities with the production of a 5ft 11in stainless steel turbine blade. Produced in the course of one single 30 hour run, the blade’s height maintains a tolerance within 0.5mm of its designed height, an outstanding achievement for the technology.

On Post-HQ2 despair…

Law in the Making

Wisconsin’s 2017 Foxconn coup seems less certain to be a boon, with total government subsidies rising to $4.1b The difference, of course, is that Microsoft started in Washington with 30 jobs as a $3m company. The blog is back! Yes, I’ve said this before.) Let’s start with something tangentially related to IP… high tech jobs. Like many, I’ve been mired in post-HQ2 loss despair after my city, Toronto, missed out.

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Upcoming CATI Training Classes for August 2016 – Featuring SOLIDWORKS Drawings

CATI Tech Notes

In addition to the complete catalog of course offerings from these partners, CATI has developed unique classes to meet the needs of our customers. These courses are setup as ½ day sessions that you can take using your own computer with fast internet connection and a phone.

Windform® SP NACA Duct and Victory Motorsports Team Break Record at Bonneville Run

Additive Manufacturing

Burton Brown of Victory Motorsports heads a small team from Dale, Wisconsin, that has worked to set records in speed with their Streamliner. Case Study by Victory Motorsports | CRP USA . The 3.0

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SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series – Emily Reichert

The Solidworks Blog

Educational Background: While Emily currently holds the esteemed title of CEO & Executive Director at Greentown Labs, she started off in this industry by receiving her PhD in Physical Chemistry from The University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MBA from MIT.

Growing, Growing, Gone

Design 2 Part News

The foundation for all this recent excitement can be traced back over the course of three decades to a modest fabrication facility and a small handful of workers. Paul Nicolaus is a writer based in Park Falls, Wisconsin. By Paul Nicolaus, Design-2-Part Magazine.