Eliminating Cyberterrorism in 3D Printing: University of North Dakota Research Offers Further Solutions in Assessing 3D Technology  


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Re-examining the Clothes Hanger: A 3D Printed Closet Solution


North Dakota State University Student Amber... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed hangers biodegradable biodegradable plastic clothes hangers corn based filament environmentally friendly Fargodome Innovation Fair NDSU North Dakota State University student design sustainable We’re accustomed to seeing innovations on the cutting edge of aeronautics and medicine resulting from 3D printing.

Makrtoolbox Mk1 low cost open source 3d printer

DIY 3D Printing

The Mk1 3d printer is designed and built by father and son team: Earnie Garner and Earnie Garner Jr., who for the last ten years have owned and operated a local technology business in Wahpeton, North Dakota.

Turn Your SOLIDWORKS Hack Into a Key Feature with Enhancement Requests

The Solidworks Blog

Although some of these offer only minor help to your day-to-day design work, some of them can have a major impact both now and in the future. How about some strange functionality that you have crafted up that could be useful to the SOLIDWORKS design community?

3Dom Introduces Buzzed, the 3D Printing Filament Made From Beer

3D Printing Review

You may remember the North Dakota-based fila2015-10-05-buzzed-beer-filament manufacturer from some of our recent articles; this one from August introduced the company’s Wound Up filament, which is made, astonishingly, from coffee. “Never leave a beer behind.”

The Week in 3D Printing: Florida Man Wins, Explosive Prints, Wearables for Plants, Safer AM, and a 3D Printed Burn

Shapeways Blog

Fortunately a group of North Dakota researchers has made progress in solving it. The design, called Galaxia, will center around a 3D printed mandala.

North Dakota researchers fight 3D print errors and cyberhacking with image analysis software


Among others, they could intentionally incorporate small defects into 3D printable designs to maliciously reduce durability or reliability – a serious problem as more and more engine parts are also being 3D printed.

Personalized Care Drives Innovation in Medical Product…

Design 2 Part News

“Personalized Care Drives Innovation in Medical Product Design and Manufacturing” By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine. There’s a whole lot that goes into it—the sourcing and the whole picture of Design for Manufacturability,” she said.