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Skyrora to open test facility for rocket engine supporting 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Independent rocket manufacturer Skyrora is one of many companies leveraging additive manufacturing in the production of satellite launch vehicles.

Discover the Workforce of the Future at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020

The Solidworks Blog

One of our highest priorities at SOLIDWORKS is to help students build the career of their dreams. With that goal in mind, we’re now inviting students 18+ to attend 3D EXPERIENCE World for FREE!

New 3D Printing Resin Made with Nanodiamond Powder

Nanodiamonds are diamond particles produced by explosions, and are very thermally conductive. Nanodiamond powder is made up of non-toxic diamond nanoparticles, with a large surface, that are about 5. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3D printed opticals 3d printing resin lenses nanodiamond optics Photocentric powder Technical University of Gda

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.

Product Launch: New Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

Modern Tech

Stratasys announces the newest member to their J-series of PolyJet 3D printers: the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer (DAP).

3D printing used to test Leonardo da Vinci’s rejected bridge design

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at MIT have used 3D printing to create a scale model of a bridge designed by Renaissance artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci. The design in question was a rejected proposal from Leonardo da Vinci for a bridge to connect Istanbul with its neighboring city Galata. Karly Bast, a recent MIT graduate student, worked […]. Art & Sculpture John Ochsendorf Karly Bast Leonardo da Vinci Michelle Xie MIT

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ADAM: A Concept for Autonomous Construction on Mars

Gracinda Ferreira has an interesting concept for building structures on Mars and beyond. Her ADAM idea calls for an automated construction tool 3D print homes on the surface. After ADAM. The post. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d printing space challenge mars martian martian construction regolith

The most promising 3D printed organs projects


We talk a lot about medical applications of 3D printing […]. The post The most promising 3D printed organs projects appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Airbus and LM Industries form 3D printing digital mobility startup Neorizon

3D Printing Industry

International aerospace giant Airbus, and San Francisco-based digital OEM LM Industries (LMI), parent company of Local Motors and Launch Forth, have partnered to form Neorizon, a digital mobility startup. The new collaborative venture between the two firms aims to provide innovative products with a focus on autonomous mobility. Both firms will bring their respective expertise […].

Integrating Next-Generation Technology: Additive Manufacturing Overview

The Solidworks Blog

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been in existence since the 1980’s. In its earliest form, the technology was limited to mostly prototyping applications.

Singapore: World’s First 3D Printed Polymer Ribcage Reconstruction

Australia based Anatomics was an early pioneer in using 3D printing for surgeries. Under Neurosurgeon Paul D’Urso the firm has done a lot of work in personalized implants, surgical. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d printed ribcage anatomics polymer polymer implant polymer implants

Defining Rubber-Like Materials in SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium

Modern Tech

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium enables you to virtually test real-life scenarios more accurately. It provides you with a wide variety of material models for nonlinear analyses. Elastomers such as rubber, neoprene etc.

Fabrisonic, EWI, Luna Innovations develop Smart Baseplate for LPBF additive manufacturing analysis

3D Printing Industry

Fabrisonic, the Ohio-based solid-state metal 3D printing specialist, has partnered with EWI, and Luna Innovations to build a Smart Baseplate for Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing processes.

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS CAM 2020

The Solidworks Blog

This is the fourth blog post in a series of What’s New in SOLIDWORKS® 2020. As you may know, SOLIDWORKS CAM is powered by CAMWorks ®, but you should also know that SOLIDWORKS has its own development team focused on improving the solution.

Portugal: Minho’s Love is One of the Largest 3D Printed Art Installations Ever

Portugal has a spectacular new art installation to enjoy from Diverte. The ‘Amore Minhoto’ is the title gracing one of the largest installations ever created in their country. Serving as. The post. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printed Art 3D Printing 3D printed Amore Minhoto 3d printed art 3d printed art installation 3d printed lithophane Diverte portugal

Product Design Beyond Plastic—Exploring Materials

3D Innovations

Plastic is a popular go-to material for many new products and inventions—however, there are many more material options to choose from based on your product design, product specifications, intended use and performance maximization.

Altair debuts Inspire Studio and Inspire Render for optimized 3D modeling

3D Printing Industry

Altair, a Michigan-based cloud solutions and software provider, has launched a new 3D design and rendering platform, Altair Inspire Studio. A 3D rendering and animation software, Inspire Render, is also included in this launch which builds upon the functions of Altair Evolve, a 3D hybrid modeling and rendering suite. Inspire Studio will enhance designers’ creativity by letting them drive their designs,” […]. 3D Software altair Evolve Inspire Render Inspire Studio James Dagg Luca Palmini

Get Your Presentations in for 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020!

The Solidworks Blog

A few weeks back, Rachel York posted an information-packed entry on the SOLIDWORKS Blog about some of the exciting developments we’re planning for 3D EXPERIENCE World 2020 this upcoming February.

Design Your Own 3D Model for Printing in CAD Software — All Online!

It’s the last week to sign up for’s online crash-course Design Essentials for 3D Printing starting October 23. Over one week, you’ll catch two live presentations from industry. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D modeling 3d printing course class education online eductation

Product Story: Manufacturing Floor Uses 3D Printed Metal Jigs and Tools to Operate at Full Efficiency

Modern Tech

This week's Product Story showcases Alpha Precision Group and their use of the Desktop Metal Studio System+.

Essentium scales HSE 3D printer production and expands global operations

3D Printing Industry

Essentium Inc., a Texas-based 3D printer provider, has announced a series of expansions in response to growing demand for its High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D printing platform. These include scaling up the production of the HSE FDM 3D printer, accelerating material development, and expanding global operations with new leadership appointments. Essentium credits the market response […].

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How Spare Part 3D Printing is Revolutionizing the Automotive, Locomotive and Aviation industries

3E Rapid Prototyping

Commercial travel and vehicle manufacturing is about as heavy and factory-intensive as industries get. Even the smallest car is a massive undertaking with tons of components, never mind massive airplanes or locomotives.

Structur3d Releases New Inj3ctor for Desktop Injection Molding

If you have dreamed of having a one-step factory at your desk, Structur3D is delivering new possibilities to you with the Inj3ctor, a rubber prototyping and manufacturing system. One of. The post. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Desktop manufacturing Inj3ctor rubber prototyping and a manufacturing system Structur3d

How Will Vehicles Of The Future Be Designed?

3D Perspectives

From a design perspective, today’s innovators are disrupting the traditional start-to-finish automobile design process and methods by relying on cloud hosted, platform tools to take a new, electric, connected, autonomous vehicles from concept, to design to manufacturing in record speeds with reduced cycle time and costs. Advancing from previous tools and processes and creating within a connected, collaborative environment, multiple concepts with a variety of variations can be easily and quickly visualized and simulated. Even the most complex, electronic systems can now be validated and quality checked in real-time during the design process and engineering processes. We all know that vehicles can experience unpredictable environmental conditions, forcing autonomous vehicle embedded systems to potentially face serious challenges at any moment. This means a level of testing during the design process must be very high. Industry innovators working on collaborative cloud / on-site platforms are able to simulate, debug and validate the multiple requirements first and then automatically test the actual system against its functional specification, using a large number of tests generated automatically. It’s often said that today’s vehicles have become more computer than automobile. We can only expect cars of the future to continue the trend of vehicles becoming more complex with the rise of autonomous technologies that end users will expect to be connected, intelligent and last but not least: safe. In order to overcome these design challenges, new car designers rely on innovative applications accessible through a centralized platform that allow global design and engineering teams to come together, collaborate end-to-end with digital continuity so that all aspects of vehicle development alongside with systems engineering can happen in real-time, regardless of geo-location. This allows teams to maintain accuracy across all disciplines, easily manage multiple model-based systems engineering tools, account for the physics that are happening, improve upon requirements-driven configurations, reduce overall costs and in the end, rise above the competition. With these modern tools in their tool box, new and veteran innovators alike can jump on the opportunity to take risks and create uniquely different value propositions for the market with their electric, connected, autonomous vehicle designs. Additionally, the flexibility allowed through platform-based tools on the cloud offers the ability to confirm a sustainable design potentially within a very short timeline, we can now expect a whole variety of designs meeting changing customer demands and expectations within a reasonable time-frame. Innovation involving future subsystems comprising powertrain design – battery, electric drives and power electronics – will only be limited by the design team’s imagination. The desire to bring autonomous and connected vehicles to the market is really going to accelerate these trends in development and design given that newer customers with purchasing – and importantly – leasing / sharing economic power who are accustomed to quick turns of new and updated apps, will expect the same for vehicles. Similar to their mobile devices, new customers will want their driving and riding experience to be engaging, immersive and interactive. Those companies that bring the entire value chain to together through a virtual platform with the right tools available to focus on this end goal of an incredible user experience will be those that excel and succeed in the future. Captured your curiosity? Then check out this related blog posts and link to the upcoming October, 2019 Autonomous Vehicle Tech Expo in Novi, Michigan: How WIll Self Driving Cars Shape The Future of Mobility? (blog). Accelerating Innovation for Autonomous Vehicles: AV Tech Expo Preview (blog). Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo (website). Expo Speakers (speaker synopses). Transportation & Mobility autonomous vehicles cloud Collaboration connected vehicles Design design innovation electric vehicles future vehicles T&M transportation

Additive experts on the barriers of industrialization at MTC3

3D Printing Industry

The Third Munich Technology Conference (MTC3) set the highest attendance in its third year last week. With scientists, scholars, and industry leaders present, the event fostered various discussions on the barriers halting the industrialization of additive manufacturing. 3D Printing Industry sat down with Dr. Christian Haecker, Head of Additive Manufacturing Industrialization at Oerlikon Group, Andreas Behrendt, partner […].

Save as Copy with a Subset of Configurations in SOLIDWORKS 2020

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS 2020 provides you with the capability of saving a copy of a part or an assembly with a subset of its configurations. This will save time by not having to delete the configurations manually afterwards. When selecting configurations to save, the active configuration is selected by default.

Interview with Scott Sevcik, VP Aerospace Stratasys, on 3D Printing for Aviation and Space

Out of all the possible industries that are deploying more 3D printers, aerospace is probably the most exciting. By reducing the weight of aircraft components, by iterating more, by. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing Exclusive Interviews aerospace antero aviation DSM havest PEKK sla solvay stratasys Ultem

Science in the Age of Experience: Day 2 Recap

3D Perspectives

Before we start in on the highlights from Day 2 of Science in the Age of Experience, lets take a quick look back at the excitement from Day 1: Yesterday, more than 15 speakers took the stage at Boston to discuss how science will revolutionize industries across the world.

NASA becomes first customer of HRL high strength aluminum 3D printing powder

3D Printing Industry

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, Alabama, has become the first commercial customer of the 7A77 aluminum 3D printing powder, developed by the HRL Laboratories research center. Coming just one week after the material was made commercially available, 7A77 was sold by HRL Additive, a newly established 3D printing outfit from HRL Laboratories that […]. Materials

Connecting SOLIDWORKS Manage to a SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Vault

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional can be easily connected to SOLIDWORKS Manage. The close relationship between SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional and SOLIDWORKS Manage, is evident in the fact that SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional, is included with SOLIDWORKS Manage.

Origin to Begin Shipping New Industrial 3D Printer, the Origin One

Today Origin will begin shipping their new Origin One, an industrial 3D printer which the San Francisco-headquartered company claims is already in high demand internationally. In fact, the developer. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d printing executives 3d printing service bureau industrial 3d printer new 3d printer Origin Origin One 3D printer san francisco shipping

30 on 3D: The J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

Purple Platypus

On this edition of 30 on 3D, Purple’s senior R&D engineer, Peter Montgomery, discusses the new J750 Digital Anatomy Printer. The Digital Anatomy Printer (DAP) is based upon the Stratasys J750 PolyJet printer.

ORNL and UToledo agree to research lightweight advanced materials for automotive

3D Printing Industry

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Tennessee, and the University of Toledo (UToledo) in Ohio have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) agreeing to conduct research into the design and manufacturing of advanced materials for the automotive sector. The two institutions will collaborate to gain new knowledge in the field of high-strength, and lightweight automotive materials. […].

Body Compare Analysis in SOLIDWORKS 2020

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS Body Compare is new for SOLIDWORKS 2020 and is used to compare two groups of bodies that are located in the same part or assembly to find their differences. This feature allows you to even compare your CAD models against a mesh file or a scan file.

Formlabs Focuses on the Advantages of Printing With the New Form 3

During a recent Formlabs Webinar, growth marketing specialist, Faris Sheikh, performed an engaging live demonstration of the new Form 3 Stereolithography (SLA) printer. For the hundreds of viewers. View the entire article via our website.

Science Powers New Age of Experience and Innovation

3D Perspectives

At the opening of Science in the Age of Experience 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, Patrick Johnson, Dassault Systemes Vice President of Sciences and Corporate Research , declared “Science is what powers our experience and our future.”