Piccolissimo: University of Pennsylvania Uses 3D Printing to Create Smallest Self-Flying Vehicle

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ModLab, the modular robotics laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, recently revealed the world’s smallest self-flying vehicle called Piccolissimo which relies on 3D printed custom frames for. 3D Printers 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d printable drones 3d printed drone 3D printed drone components 3d printed drone design 3d printed drone device 3d printed drones drone MAV Piccolissimo Quadcopter University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Modlab

3D Systems, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and ‘America Makes’ Announce Additive Manufacturing Research Awards

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Awards are a key result of the public-private partnership between America Makes, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and 3D Systems. The announcement was made on August 15 by Governor Tom Corbett at 3DS’ 3D printing facility in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Student Turns $10,250 School Maintenance Into a $61 3D Printed Fix

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed parts 3d printing curricula 3d printing curriculum 3d printing in school education schoolOne of my favorite questions that I receive from others, is that of “Can 3D printers really be used in schools, and what are some examples?” ” For most teachers, school administrators and parents, the idea of... View the entire article via our website.

ExOne Opens DREAM Center in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA

Additive Manufacturing

State-of-the-art Design and Re-Engineering for Additive Manufacturing (“DREAM”) center facilitates customer training and design support. Featured News Design and Re-Engineering for Additive Manufacturing DREAM ExOne Company S.

Competitors explore how to create a perfect 3D printed heat sink

3D Printing Industry

and Ireland recently gathered at the 18th Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems, in Las Vegas, Nevada, to innovate the design of heat sinks using 3D printing. Academics from the U.S

3D Printing Industry News Sliced: Roboze, Carbon, B9Creations and SLM Solutions

3D Printing Industry

In this edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, we collect stories about 3D bioprinted tissues; SXSW 2019; Roboze’s expansion to Japan, and a UK Government visit to a 3D printing facility.

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Interview with Framlab creatives behind 3D printed Homed shelters for NYC

3D Printing Industry

Moreover, additive manufacturing provides architects with new possibilities in materials and design, encouraging structures built with little environmental impact, and low material cost. Design Andreas A. Tjeldflaat architecture construction Environment Framlab Homed New York New York City Toshiko Mori Architect University of Pennsylvania UPenn3D printing has become a buzzword within construction for its potential to automate what is, traditionally, a labor-intensive process.

Middle Schoolers Create 3D Printed Rainwater Catcher & Filter in Edu-Tech 3D Printer Challenge

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Upland Country Day School in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, teaches students from Pre-Kindergarten through the 9th grade, and clearly has a focus on STEM education. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed filters 3d printed water filters africa Edu-Tech Edu-Tech Middle School 3D Challenge makerbot makerbot replicator 2 middle school pennsylvania STEM education Tinkercad Upland Country Day School

SEArch+ and Apis Cor Take Top Prize in Latest Level of NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed construction 3D Printed Habitat Challenge 3d printing in space 3d printing on mars Apis Cor Austin Industries construction 3d printing FormForge mars NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Pennsylvania State University SEARch+ WPMSince NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge began, it has been fascinating to follow the competition as it moves through its multiple levels and phases.

A Thermos with a 3D Printed Lid May Be the Next Big Development in the Diagnosis of Zika Virus

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It looks like a small Thermos, but the partially 3D printed device invented by engineers at the University of Pennsylvania has a much more important function than keeping beverages warm or cold. 3D Design 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed lids 3d printed medical devices Changchun Liu Haim Bau Sara Cherry University of Pennsylvania zika zika virus

3D Imaging of Decapitated Woman May Help Police Solve Bizarre Crime

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In one of the more bizarre and gruesome 3D printed-related stories, the 3D modeled decapitated head of an unknown woman is the most recent attempt by Pennsylvania police to determine the victim’s. 3D Design 3D printed portrait bust economy Edinboro University forensic artist forensic facial reconstruction forensics pennsylvania Police Chief Michael O'Brien Professor Michelle Vitali

Occam’s Razor Applied to New 3D Printed UAV

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed UAV 3d printing designs James Paulos Mark Yim occam''s razor swashplate UAV University of Pennsylvania Modlab The 3D printer may be nothing more than a tool, but it’s a tool which allows for the creation of complex objects that gives researchers, scientists, and artists a way to realize their vision... View the entire article via our website.

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Branch Technology and Foster + Partners Take First Place Again in Latest Round of NASA's 3D Printed Habitat Challenge

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed construction 3d printed habitat 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Bechtel Bradley University branch technology Brick and Mortar Ventures caterpillar Centennial Challenge Foster + Partners mars moon nasa NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge NASA Centennial Challenge NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate Pennsylvania State University

Take a Trip to New Places with a Pair of Green 3D Printed Foxes Named Jane and John

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3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing 2greenfoxes 3D printed foxes 3d printed photography instagram printrbot thingiverse University of PennsylvaniaFor many of us, the friendships that we forge in college are often relationships that will last a lifetime. Going to college is stressful enough on its own, but when you’re away from your home and. View the entire article via our website.

State College, PA’s Make Space Brings 3D Printing to Campus and Community

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3D Design 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d printing hackathon Eric Furjanic hackathon HackPSU Make Space Pennsylvania State University Schlow Library State CollegeIf you follow college football at all, then you know about Penn State University’s (PSU) team — the Nittany Lions. The team plays in NCAA Division I as a member of the Big Ten Conference,... View the entire article via our website.

Through Teamwork and Trial and Error, Pete the Parrot Gets a 3D Printed Prosthetic Leg

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3D Design 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d model 3d printed animal prosthetic 3d printed parrot leg 3d printed prosthetic 3d printed prosthetic leg 3d printed prototypes 3D printing in veterinary medicine 3D printing polymer biomedical biomedical 3D printing birds ct scan formlabs form 2 makerbot replicator 2 Parrot Penn Vet PennDesign's Fabrication Lab pennsylvania physical therapy prosthetic leg Ryan Hospital Stratasys uPrint SE Plus veterinarian veterinary medicine veterinary prosthetics

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

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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.

Designer Spotlight: Rich Brungard

Shapeways Blog

I’m currently working in the power industry as a 2D drafter, in Reading, Pennsylvania. . What’s the story behind your designs? Shapeways business model allows me to focus more on design and innovation than traditional methods of production would. Designer Spotlight

Oberg Industries and Swanson School of Engineering Extend Additive Manufacturing Research Partnership

Additive Manufacturing

Established in 2016, the agreement capitalizes on the Swanson School’s faculty expertise in computational modeling and design optimization with Oberg expertise in complex tooling and precision machined or stamped metal components.

Kennametal 3D prints lightweight stator bore tool for e-mobility vehicle manufacturing

3D Printing Industry

Kennametal, a supplier of tooling and industrial materials based in Pennsylvania, has developed a 3D printed stator bore tool in response to growing demand from automotive customers. The tool is designed for machining components on hybrid and electric vehicles, developed specifically for e-mobility automotive manufacturers seeking lighter tooling.

Penn State launches graduate course to help engineers tackle IP issues in 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Pennsylvania State University has launched a new course within its Additive Manufacturing and Design (AMD) graduate program to address legal issues arising in the industry. Additive manufacturing is disrupting product design and how we manufacture parts,” explained Timothy W. Simpson, Paul Morrow Professor of Engineering Design and Manufacturing at Penn State and director of the […].

Designer Spotlight: Guy McCann – 3D Body Jewelry

Shapeways Blog

As a total sucker for puns, I fell in love with the intricate, gorgeous designs in his 3D Body Jewelry and Academic Gift Products shop. What led you to make the leap from 3D electron imaging to designing jewelry? The hidden beauty of the brain, transformed into a pendant.

Thingiverse Users 3D Print and Modify the Rubber Band Gun — With and Without Screws

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Thingiverse user Gavilan Steinman, of Pennsylvania, came up with the original idea for his rubber band gun at the holidays last year when consumerism was beginning to grate on his nerves. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed gun 3d printed rubber band gun rubber band gun thingiverse

Manufacturer Offers Design Tips for Custom Springs

Design 2 Part News

Recognizing this, Ritch Froelich set out to help designers understand some of the key considerations required to engineer a custom spring. Froelich is general manager and chief design engineer at Ace Wire Spring & Form Company, Inc., By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.

Additive Manufacturing Research Groups Led by Pitt Engineers Receive More Than $1.7 Million in Latest Funding From America Makes

Additive Manufacturing

PITTSBURGH (August 11, 2015) …Two separate University of Pittsburgh research projects to improve design development for structures in in additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, were among nine contracts funded by America Makes , the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.

University of Pittsburgh and ANSYS Develop New Computing Tools to Push the Boundaries of Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

PITTSBURGH (June 15, 2016) – From energy-efficient jet engines to personalized medical devices, companies can quickly and easily design and manufacture cutting-edge, safe and reliable products thanks to a new collaboration between ANSYS and the University of Pittsburgh.

America Makes Announces Awardees of Directed Project Opportunity

Additive Manufacturing

AM offers the HEX field design freedoms that are simply not possible using traditional manufacturing process. Two Projects of Approximately $1.35M Each are Awarded. Youngstown, Ohio — April 29, 2015.

Pitt Mechanical Engineers Receive $350,000 NSF Grant to Develop Fast Computational Modeling for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

recently received a $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to address these design issues by developing new, fast computational methods for additive manufacturing. will partner with Pitt by providing designs and evaluation.

BMT Aerospace and Carpenter Technology partner for 3D printing in aerospace

3D Printing Industry

Belgium-headquartered aircraft component manufacturer BMT Aerospace and Pennsylvania-based metal expert Carpenter Technology have signed a partnership to 3D print components for the aerospace industry. The project has been kickstarted with the presentation of an AM compatible design of a metal pinion, a vital part of many aerospace components including engines.

Proposed ASTM International Guide to Create Principles of Design Rules in Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

Additive Manufacturing

Specifically, the guide will provide overarching principles of design rules in this fast-growing field. “It This standard will serve as a foundation that supports the development of design rules for the growing number of additive manufacturing processes and machines.”. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.,

DIMENSIONEXT: Titan Arm: 3D Printed Strength

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The Titan Arm - designed by four mechanical engineering students from the University of Pennsylvania - could help those who have severe back injuries regain control of muscles. Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH. PRINTEREST. ABOUT. Titan Arm: 3D Printed Strength.

Sustainable 3D Printing Methods Add to or Subtract from Existing Objects

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Xiang ‘Anthony’ Cheng, along with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has a really great idea intended to move us from 3D printing so many objects from. 3D Design 3D Printing 3D Software 3d print encore attach 3d prints attach items to 3d prints augmenting 3d prints Carnegie Mellon encore tool Hasso Plattner Institute Stephanie Mueller Xian 'Anthony' Cheng

Vintage Dune Buggy Gets 3D Printing and Remote Control Update

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Rick Winscot of Pennsylvania, a maker to the last molecule, describes himself as having “code in brain, soldering iron in hand…” His interests are pretty vast, encompassing family, tinkering, electronics, remote control airplanes and cars,... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed model car 3d printed rc car 3d printed rc cars 3D printed remote control dune buggy 3d printed toys adafruit Blue Buggy instructables thingiverse

Low cost DIY waterjet cutter

DIY 3D Printing

Project Details: I was the lead mechanical designer on this project and custom designed a fully waterproof and environmentally sealed XY gantry that would be able to withstand the water and abrasive from the waterjet.

Yardley Products Provides Solutions for Rapid Prototyping

3D Printing Industry

The company offers twelve standard designs that can be used with a wide variety of applications.… By Scott J Grunewald.

Penn Student Develops 3D Printable UAV with Only 2 Motors

3D Printing Industry

A student from the University of Pennsylvania has developed a new UAV configuration that has the full range of motion of more complex drones, but only requires two motors to fly. By Scott J Grunewald.

GE’s New AM Center

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In April 2016, GE opened its new Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA), located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The 11,613-sq meter (125,000-sq ft) facility was designed to drive innovation and adoption of additive manufacturing across the company’s major businesses.

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SME’s RAPID 2016

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Event organizer SME hosted a fashion show that featured entirely new 3D-printed designs. I have now attended five fashion shows that highlight 3D-printed products and it’s remarkable how far the designs have advanced in a few years. I attended this week’s RAPID 2016 in Orlando, Florida.

Northeast Solidworks User Conference

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SolidWorks users from Pennsylvania to Maine will be taking part in the annual Northeast Solidworks User Conference on September 21 in Westford, Massachusetts. Planned sessions will include Sheet Metal, Plastics Module, Costing Module, Electrial, Drawings, Simulation, Motion, Plastics design, 3DVia Composer, Toolbox, Using Planes, and bunch of other topics (plus great food!).

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Recreating Classic Cars with CAD: Tucker Torpedo Project Update

The Solidworks Blog

I live in a car lover’s Dreamland in Pennsylvania. Collaboration Community Customer Stories Dassault Systèmes Design SOLIDWORKS SOLIDWORKS 2018 CAD Tucker TorpedoIt’s been awhile since the last blog and much has been accomplished on the Torpedo.

Report from Joint ISO/ASTM standardisation meeting

Capturing the Value

From 25 to 28 January 2016, we attended the joint ISO/ASTM standardisation meeting in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, USA. The main event for us was the session of ISO TC261 WG4 which is responsible for design- and data-related aspects of standardisation for Additive Manufacturing. Key points of the meeting were the future inclusion of 4D printing, the development of design rules guide for 3D printing, and an updated presentation on data transfer standards for AM.

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

Philip Cotton

Carla’s background is Product Design and Engineering. She studied Mechanical Engineering as an undergraduate and worked as an engineer for several years until returning to graduate school to study 3D design. [link].

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Liquid metals show promise in speeding additive manufacturing

Leslie's Blog

So much so, that it’s often better to design the part so that it doesn’t need support. But when the design must have an overhang that requires support, or support to reduce thermally induced distortion, you know finishing will be required.