New Jersey Man Receives 3D Printed PEEK Skull Implant

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Rutgers Engineers Develop 4D Printing Method for Shape-Shifting Hydrogels

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MIT's 3D Printable Magnetic Ink Creates Rapidly Shape-Sifting Objects

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Henkel and TerraCycle accelerate recycling processes for additive manufacturing

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Based in New Jersey, TerraCycle provides environmental services which turn hard-to-recycle materials into reusable packaging. The Adhesive Recycling Program enables Henkel customers the ability to recycle LOCTITE material packaging used for resins, […].

U.S. Army awards Rowan University $14.5M to develop cold spray additive manufacturing

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Rowan University, New Jersey has received $14.5 In a project titled “Advancing Structural Materials for Army Modernization Priorities via Direct-Write Approaches” Rowan researchers will apply technological improvements to enhance the safety of soldiers.

U.S. Army acquires Rize One 3D printer for spare parts on-demand

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Army in New Jersey has acquired a Rize One 3D printer for the on-demand manufacturing of spare parts and tools. 3DP Applications 850 R LENS Additive Manufacturing Facility Advanced Composites Lab Advanced Materials Technology Branch ARDEC Armament Research Development and Engineering Center Dimension Elite James Zunino Objet500 Connex3 PolyJet optomec Rapid Prototyping Facility Rize Rize One SLA 3500 U.S

Can 3D printed nanocellulose transform the food industry?

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Developed in the late 1970s at the ITT Rayonier labs in Whippany, New Jersey, nanocellulose, is a fibrous, fibrillated or crystalline form of cellulose – the primary building block in the cell walls of green plants. As a material, nanocellulose is heralded as a natural reinforcement in material fabrication, and is commercially used as a low-calorie thickener, flavour […].

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College Student Straightens Own Teeth With 3D Printed Retainers That He Made

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A college student from New Jersey took the phrase, do it yourself, to a whole new level when he 3D printed his own retainer to fix his crooked teeth.

This Company Turns Recycled Potato Chip Bags Into 3D Printing Filament

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The company is called 3D Brooklyn, and it is a small studio that uses materials like potato chip bags, which can’t really be recycled in the traditional way. 3D Brooklyn gets its chip bags from TerraCycle, a recycling company based in New Jersey.

BuildTak Review – The Ideal 3D Printing Surface?

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For ABS filament, a material notoriously difficult to print without a heated print bed, the recommended solution is to use ABS slurry (a mixture of ground-up ABS filament dissolved in acetone) to provide sufficient adhesion. Clearly, you don’t want to waste this material.

Rize Additive Manufacturing Helps Soldiers Get Parts Faster; Builds Trust into Critical Parts

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Headquartered at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, The United States Army Armament Research , Development and Engineering Center ( ARDEC ), is the primary research and development group for the US Army’s armament and munitions systems. James Zunino, Materials Engineer, ARDEC.

Rutgers Researchers Create a 3D-Printed Smart Gel That Walks Underwater, Moves Objects

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Bates | | Rutgers University–New Brunswick. New technology has biomedical, soft robot and other applications. New Brunswick, N.J. , Soft materials like the smart gel are flexible, often cheaper to manufacture than hard materials and can be miniaturized.

DIY 3D Printing: US military will 3d print warheads and missiles for.

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It is Rytheons Small Tactical Munition, a new weapon specifically designed to be employed from unmanned aircraft systems. For those small drone bombs plastic materials could be used or even locally sourced materials. is a new 3d model search engine with a t.

Autonomous Mobile Robots Support A Lean Approach…

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Even in highly automated facilities, material handling is often still a manual, inefficient process, but automating material transportation to reduce production bottlenecks and deploy valuable human workers more effectively has been a challenge. But new sensor and software technologies make autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) ideal for unpredictable or changing production layouts and dynamic work environments.

BASF and Essentium Team Up to Propel 3D Printing of Functional Parts

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BASF brings to the partnership the most comprehensive portfolio of innovative materials in the chemical industry while Essentium provides its FlashFuse™ electric welding technology, which enhances layer to layer adhesion of 3D printed parts. About Essentium Materials.

Stryker’s Spine Division Debuts 3D-Printed Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage at AANS Meeting

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The cage is constructed using Stryker’s Spine division proprietary Tritanium technology, a novel, highly porous titanium alloy material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation.

Is Hybrid Manufacturing Right for You?

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A new approach to manufacturing combines the design advantages of 3D printing with the quality and precision of multi-axis CNC machining. 3D Printing with Various Materials. New Possibilities. By Mark Langlois, Design-2-Part Magazine.

Alcoa Announces Long-Term Contract with GE

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January 11, 2016 NEW YORK–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Lightweight metals leader Alcoa (NYSE:AA) has signed a long-term contract with GE (NYSE:GE) unit GE Aviation for jet engine components in an agreement valued at more than $1.5

Integrating 3D Printing and Technology at Harrisburg South Middle School


Lape strongly advocates using new technology to enhance and engage students in learning. Now, I get to team up with teachers to introduce them to something new. With the new technology in our classrooms, we can do that. However, the 3D printer is still new and exciting.

Disruptive Technologies Are Changing Automakers’ Needs…

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“Disruptive Technologies Are Changing Automakers’ Needs, Creating Opportunities for Suppliers” Autonomous, electric, and connected vehicles require new designs, new suppliers. Finding New Opportunities.

Making a Place for Everything

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A new consumer product must be displayed appealingly, yet protected from rough handling. Now a second generation family business, the company was founded by New Jersey-raised Cliff E. By Alan R. Earls, Design-2-Part Magazine.

Integrating 3D Printing and Technology at Harrisburg South Middle School


Lape strongly advocates using new technology to enhance and engage students in learning. Working with cool, new technology: Students at HSMS programming a Humanoid Robot from Aldebaran Robotics. Now, I get to team up with teachers to introduce them to something new.

What Does ‘American Made’ Mean to You?

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There’s also a new administration in place that figures to alter the landscape in significant ways. Amid all the new developments, it’s useful to hear what people in the thick of the action think. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.

Rutgers University 4D prints smart hydrogel structures that change shape and size


A team of engineers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick in New Jersey have demonstrated a novel method for 4D printing structures from smart hydrogel materials.