June, 2018

Cytosurge Improve their FluidFM µ3Dprinter with Pinpoint Accuracy Tech

DIY 3D Printing

I wrote about Cytosurge technology before. They developed a 3D printer that can print metal on the micro-scale. A true technological wonder. Just imagine small robots floating in your bloodstream to repair your body or extremely complex and fine electronic parts like micro-antenna arrays.

Understand Generative Design – 1 minute read

cadcamstuff.com

To make you comfortable: If you know Inventor, Fusion 360, SolidWorks or any of the other mainstream CAD packages, you know that everything starts with a 2D sketch that then gets extruded into a 3D shape.

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The Impact of DfAM

Wohlers Talk

Note: Associate consultant and DfAM expert Olaf Diegel authored the following. Over the past three decades, the bulk of research in additive manufacturing has largely focused on AM processes and materials.

Tech in Football: How Yamabiko Europe Scored with SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

Thirty-two teams. Sixty-four games. One trophy. It all kicks off, quite literally, this June. Not merely a thrilling global display of elite athletic prowess, the world-famous football tournament is a carefully orchestrated exercise in preparation and management.

Europe 101

3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

3DS, ASE Win Atomexpo Award 2018

3D Perspectives

Just about one year ago, we announced that our customer ASE won Fiatech’s coveted CETI award in the category of “Mega-Project”. Now we have more exciting news to share: Dassault Systèmes and ASE together have won the Atomexpo Award in the category “Innovation for the Future.”

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Can You Dig It?

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Last Wednesday, during a Stratasys company picnic, a few special guests made a special appearance in Eden Prairie. Dave Kindig from Kindig It Designs , his wife Charity and a few others, including Kevdogg, made a pit stop on their way to a nearby car show.

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Biggest Manufacturing Event in North America – 1 minute read

cadcamstuff.com

Have you booked your hotel yet? What?!?! IMTS in Chicago is about ten weeks away; I might have promised to buy you a drink in one of my videos, so make sure you reach out and get your name on that list.

What If You Could Design Your Dream Jewelry?

Shapeways Blog

WHAT IF YOU COULD DESIGN YOUR DREAM JEWELRY? With Shapeways’ new 3D printed jewelry brand Spring & Wonder you can do just that.

WHAT IF Thomas Edison used SOLIDWORKS?

The Solidworks Blog

Thomas Edison has over one thousand patents to his name (individual or joint), 1,093 to be exact. Most notably for the light bulb, the phonograph, and an initial motion picture concept. He was also very famous in his early 30s and throughout his 84 years.

Preparing engineers for the future with 3DEXPERIENCE

3D Perspectives

Arming students with the right skills is crucial for successful entry into professional life.

General Motors saves $300,000 by switching to 3D printed tooling

3D Printing Industry

The Lansing Delta Township assembly plant of American multinational vehicle manufacturer General Motors has reported an expected cost saving of over $300,000 since it acquired a 3D printer three years ago. The savings were described to specialist General Motors Reporter Michael Wayland at Automotive News by Zane Meike, 3D printing lead at the Michigan plant. Driving forward […]. Automotive autodesk Dan Grieshaber General Motors Michael Wayland Zane Meike

Ocean's 8 and Lingering Hollywood 3D Printing Hype

3DPrint.com

There are a lot of things Hollywood doesn’t get right, and since its popular heyday of consumer hype earlier this decade, 3D printing has certainly figured among those things. With more realism. View the entire article via our website. Featured Stories 3d printed jewelry 3D printing in entertainment Editorial Hollywood Hollywood 3D Printing hype makerbot makerbot replicator z18 makerbot z18 movies Ocean's 8 opinion replicator z18 Warner Bros

Additive Manufacturing Education Is Helping To Bridge The Workforce Development Gap

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Additive manufacturing has become a useful and important technology across many industries. Unfortunately, there is a widening gap between additive manufacturing (AM) technology and the number of workers who have the necessary skills needed to implement it.

Creating Customized Gifts

Shapeways Blog

Weddings are filled with gifts, and not just the ones you receive. The mother of the bride, the bridesmaids, the groomsmen, they all get gifts from the bride and groom. I wanted to give my groomsmen gifts they couldn’t get anywhere else, and that meant designing them myself.

Learn How to Apply Toleranes on a Single Feature in SOLIDWORKS MBD

The Solidworks Blog

The DimXpert tools in SOLIDWORKS MBD allow you to dimension your parts and assemblies with 3D annotations in order to communicate requirements directly in 3D for the manufacturing process.

Sculpteo becomes the largest HP Multi Jet Fusion production center in France

Sculpteo

Sculpteo is now becoming the biggest HP production cent […]. The post Sculpteo becomes the largest HP Multi Jet Fusion production center in France appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo. Sculpteo News

US Army creates new 3D printing concrete composite for rapid construction of buildings

3D Printing Industry

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), a federal agency under the Department of Defense, has developed and patented a concrete composition that enables 3D printing for building components demanding high structural strength. Using this composition, the USACE can potentially accelerate construction of buildings for a wider variety of military and civilian operations. Cement […].

Meet our New Finishes for Titanium 3D Printing

i.materialise

3D printing in metal opens a world of possibilities for designers and makers. We’ve already talked about the different metal materials on the blog and today we are happy to announce the launch of new finishes for 3D printing in titanium.

US Marines Using LulzBot 3D Printers to Successfully Continue Their Mission

3DPrint.com

3D printing in the military isn’t just about fabricating weapons like grenades, missiles, and warheads. The US Marine Corps has embraced the technology with enthusiasm, using it to research and. View the entire article via our website.

Designer Spotlight: Gary Adams (BernieDawg)

Shapeways Blog

Gary Adams has always been a builder. So when his noisy camping stove disturbed his outdoor experience, he decided to fashion his own solution. Here, Gary talks about how BernieDawg Stoves got started and how he uses 3D printing to scale his production. Tell us about your background.

SOLIDWORKS Women In Engineering Series: Danielle Boyer

The Solidworks Blog

Danielle Boyer and EKGAR. If you converted passion into fuel, Danielle Boyer could easily solve an energy crisis.

State of 3D Printing 2018: How do businesses use 3D printing?

Sculpteo

Last week we officially announced the latest edition of […]. The post State of 3D Printing 2018: How do businesses use 3D printing? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Prellis Biologics aims to 3D print kidney vessels in 12 hours or less

3D Printing Industry

San Francisco biotechnology company Prellis Biologics, has reported record speeds in tissue 3D printing using its holographic technology. According to Dr. Melanie Matheu, co-founder and CEO of the company, “A major goal in tissue engineering is to create viable human organs, but nobody could print tissue with the speed and resolution needed to form viable capillaries,” […]. Medical & Dental Erik Busby John Borglin kidney Melanie Matheu Prellis Biologics tissues

Top 10 3D Model Databases: The Best Sites to Download 3D Models for 3D Printing

i.materialise

If you intend to 3D print a model, that doesn’t mean you always have to start designing from scratch. There are tons of websites out there that offer (both free and premium) 3D models to download.

Building a Hardware Startup Isn’t a ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ Process

3D Innovations

It is a common misconception that building a hardware startup is a straightforward and linear process: Find a Problem—Design a Solution—Sell the Product—Make Money. In theory this is how it should work, but in actuality, this process is more of a maze with twists and turns on your way to success.

3D Printed Microneedle Array Technology May Offer New Eye Disease Treatment

3DPrint.com

According to a report commissioned by the Prevent Blindness America organization, eye disorders and treatment for people with vision loss cost close to $139 billion annually. 3D printing has been. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d print drug delivery 3D printed microneedles 3d printing research drug delivery eye care eye disease eyes government grant grant research grant US Department of Defense Washington State University

Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: The Reveal

The Solidworks Blog

Jonah in his costume. It was a beautiful day in Foxboro on Saturday, June 9, and monster trucks were abound. In a parking lot next to Gillette Stadium, fourteen trucks and their drivers were getting ready for the Monster Jam Pit Party to begin, the mammoth machines shining in the sunlight.

State of 3D Printing 2018: The rise of metal 3D printing, DMLS, and finishes!

Sculpteo

We’re back with another in-depth analysis on the State […]. The post State of 3D Printing 2018: The rise of metal 3D printing, DMLS, and finishes! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

American and European universities benefit from GE Additive’s $1.25M in metal 3D printers

3D Printing Industry

The latest cycle of GE Additive’s $10 million Additive Education Program (AEP) has concluded with the gifting of five direct metal laser melting (DMLM) 3D printers. The Mlab cusing 200R machines from GE Additive owned Concept Laser will be delivered to universities in the Republic of Ireland, Germany and the U.S. in Q1 2019. The […].

Nuclear, a dusty industry? (Part 1)

3D Perspectives

450 nuclear power reactors currently generate around 11% of the world’s electricity and 60 more are currently under construction. This makes nuclear energy the world’s second largest source of low-carbon power and represents over 17,000 reactor-years of operation.

3D Printing Medtech Startup Helps Surgeons Predict And Validate The Best Treatment For A Specific Patient

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

As 3D printing of patient-specific models evolve as a standard of practice for pre-surgical planning of complex procedures, the face of the medical device industry is changing.

3D Printing & EV Charging Stations

3DPrint.com

The use of electric vehicles (EV) has been increasing over the past few years due to the introduction of new technology and products. Around 17,800 gas stations contain electric charging stations, View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing Business 3D printed charger holder BP electric vehicles R&D Tax Savers shell tesla

SOLIDWORKS Self-Paced eCourses: Free* for a Limited Time

The Solidworks Blog

The Summer of eLearning begins! Starting June 21st through September 21st, 2018 SOLIDWORKS eCourses are free* for customers on active SOLIDWORKS CAD Subscription. Don’t miss this opportunity to get your CAD skills sharpened by summer’s end.