3D Printing Boosts Pennsylvania Children’s Learning Outcomes

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3D Printing Boosts Pennsylvania Children’s Learning Outcomes Wednesday, September 9, 2015 - 15:14 Two years ago, Andrew Trexler saw an advertisement for a desktop 3D printer. 3DS has by far the best process and materials in the 3D printing market,” Andrew says.

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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Harvard solves nature’s composite materials puzzle with rotational 3D printing

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Composite materials, found naturally in teeth and shells, or synthetically as reinforced concrete, car tires and plywood, rely on the arrangement of fibers to create superior strength. Research BAAM Brett Compton composite materials Composites fibers Harvard John A. Lewis jennifer lewis Jochen Mueller Jordan Raney Lewis Lab rheology SEAS University of Pennsylvania

ExOne Opens DREAM Center in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA

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ExOne is a global provider of 3D printing machines and 3D printed and other products, materials and services to industrial customers. State-of-the-art Design and Re-Engineering for Additive Manufacturing (“DREAM”) center facilitates customer training and design support.

GE to Build Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Pennsylvania

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It includes new digital fabrication technology, lean manufacturing methods and rapid-prototyping, advanced materials sciences, supply chain efficiency and open innovation. $32 Million Investment to Drive Best-In-Class Technology across GE Manufacturing.

Research demonstrates dissolvable supports for 3D printed metal

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Researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Arizona State University have published an article demonstrating the possibility of dissolving support material of 3D printed metal parts. Nassar Arizona State University Brian Zucker Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition Christopher S. Hildreth PBF Pennsylvania State University powder bed fusion stainless steel Steel Timothy w Simpson

Carbon and Dentsply Sirona collaborate to produce 3D printable dental materials

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Carbon, a California-based 3D printer and materials manufacturer, has partnered with Dentsply Sirona, a Pennsylvania-based manufacturer of dental equipment, to produce novel denture materials.

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3D Printing News Sliced: AMUG, Desktop Metal, Stratasys, Royal DSM

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This week Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, covers a variety of developments from the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference as well as the Hannover Messe trade show.

$5M funding awarded in America Makes’ 3D printing research projects

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America Makes, an Ohio-based additive manufacturing accelerator, has announced the awardees of two Directed Project Opportunities: Acceleration of Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing (ALSAM) and Advancing Additive Manufacturing Post-Processing Techniques (AAPT). Additive manufacturing roadmap America Makes, founded by the U.S Department of Defense (DoD), is part of the Manufacturing USA network, along with thirteen more institutions and […].

Arkema 3D Printing Center of Excellence for innovative material research

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Arkema, a French chemical and materials company, is expected to open a 3D Printing Center of Excellence within its facility in Exton, Pennsylvania next week. This new R&D lab will focus on developing innovative 3D printing resins through its partner Sartomer, a global supplier of advanced additive manufacturing materials. Materials Arkema Guillaume de Crevoisier N3xtDimension Sartomer Sumeet Jain

Material advances in metal 3D printing

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Materials have always been key to 3D printing success. But metal materials are enabling new designs as well as new mechanical properties. This year, it was materials. During processing, the laser heats the powder material to 60 to 70° C for fusing.

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

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Moreover, additive manufacturing provides architects with new possibilities in materials and design, encouraging structures built with little environmental impact, and low material cost. 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.

NASA awards Bally Ribbon Mills for its advanced 3D thermal material

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Bally Ribbon Mills, a Pennsylvania-based 3D fabric manufacturer, has received a Space Technology Award from NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) for weaving the 3D material used within NASA’s Heat Shield for Extreme Entry Environment Technology (HEEET) project.

Researchers Inspired by Pastry Chefs: 3D Printed Constructs Lead to More Successful Tissue Engineering

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Looking at the latest project from research at Rice University and the University of Pennsylvania rather broadly, we’d have to say that it’s pretty amazing what you can do with hardware such as. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Health 3D Printing 3d bioprinting 3d printed blood vessels 3D printed cellular structures 3d printed scaffolds 3d printed tissue 3d printing research bioprinting rice university University of Pennsylvania

Praxair Surface Technologies Announces Winners of TruForm Additive Manufacturing Grant

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3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Education Metal 3D Printing 3d printing grant 3D printing grants Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Oklahoma State University at Stillwater Pennsylvania State University Praxair Praxair Surface technologies TruForm metal powder University of Dayton university of louisville University of PittsburghPraxair Surface Technologies (PST) is a leading supplier of metal powders to the additive manufacturing industry.

Further Developments Made in Dissolvable Supports for Metal 3D Printed Parts

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Fenner Drives Creates New NinjaTek 3D Printing Division, Will Launch New NinjaFlex Materials at CES

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The Pennsylvania-based rubber and flexible material. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business CES 2016 fenner drives flexible 3d printer filament flexible 3d printing filament flexible filament ninjaflex Ninjaflex 3d printing material NinjaFlex flexible filament ninjaflex website NinjaTekOther than standard PLA and ABS, few 3D printing filaments have been as successful as the line of NinjaFlex flexible filaments from Fenner Drives.

Pitt and General Carbide Partner to Improve Tungsten Carbide Parts via Additive Manufacturing

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The project was financed in part by a $57,529 grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the first round of the PA Manufacturing Innovation Program (PAMIP). By Paul Kovach | University of Pittsburgh | Swanson Engineering.

Perryman announces advanced manufacturing campus

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Perryman Company, based in Houston, Pennsylvania, has announced a planned expansion intended to support long term strategic growth. Materials Frank Perryman Perryman titaniumThe company has supplied titanium wire and bar for additive manufacturing applications for the past 10 years. Products include wire for direct feed as well as wire and bar used to produce titanium powder. Now, the company […].

SME’s Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series – Highlighting Additive Manufacturing (AM) Materials

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SME ’s Smart Manufacturing Series will feature its second in a series of additive manufacturing (AM) seminars titled ‘ Additive Manufacturing Materials’ , August 9 , 2018 , Knoxville , Tennessee. Additive Manufacturing Materials. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US.

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

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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. Components of electric vehicles are often machined […]. Case Studies Harald Bruetting Kennametal KM4X RIQ Werner Penkert

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

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Albert To , associate professor of mechanical engineering and materials science and one of Pitt’s AM researchers, added that Oberg was instrumental in helping to found the Swanson School’s Modeling & Optimization Simulation Tools for Additive Manufacturing (MOST-AM) Consortium.

Bally Ribbon Mills announces film infusion for 3D printing woven fabrics

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Bally Ribbon Mills (BRM), a Pennsylvania-based woven material expert, has announced the release of film infusion capabilities for 3D continuous weaving of fibers. Materials 3D weaving Bally Ribbon Mills BRM E-WEBBINGSA resin sheet or frozen film will be infused onto the 3D woven joint by the company. The new technology will eliminate the need to manually post-process the 3D-weaved joint with resin infusion, […].

ExOne enters tungsten 3D printing partnership with Global Tungsten & Powders Corp

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GTP), a metal powder manufacturer headquartered in Towanda, Pennsylvania. Materials Deborah West Exone Global Tungsten & Powders Corp INNOVENT+ Tim Pierce X1 25PROBinder jet 3D printer provider ExOne has entered into a collaboration with Global Tungsten & Powders Corp. In this agreement, the two parties will work to advance the use of tungsten powders in metal binder jet 3D printing. The work is expected to have high impact in […].

Lehigh researchers regenerate multiple tissues using solvent-cast 3D printing

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Researchers at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania have presented a new 3D printing platform enabling the regeneration of multiple tissues using spatially functionalized scaffolds. Lesley Chow, assistant professor of materials science and engineering and bioengineering at Lehigh, and her team at The Chow Lab, published a paper detailing how 3D printing highly organized biomaterial scaffolds can […].

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

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Faculty from Industrial Engineering & Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science enhance Pitt’s AM research. million in contracts toward additive manufacturing research from America Makes, the National Science Foundation , and Research for Advanced Manufacturing in Pennsylvania.

Amastan Technologies raises $11M announces 2019 additive manufacturing plans

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Funding raised by Massachusetts based material manufacturer Amastan Technologies is to be used to cement the company’s capabilities in additive manufacturing. Announcing the closing of $11 million in Series B-2 capital on May 21, 2019, the company confirmed plans to invest in a new additive manufacturing metal powders facility in Pennsylvania, as well as intentions to expand existing production capacity.

Carpenter acquires LPW for $81M, announces $572M Q1 sales

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Specialty alloys and metal powder producer Carpenter Technology Corporation (NYSE: CRS), headquartered in Pennsylvania, has acquired UK additive manufacturing materials producer LPW Technology. LPW was acquired by Carpenter for a value of approximately $81 million. Carpenter also recently reported its financial results for Q1 2019 posting $572.4 million in net sales. Tony R. Thene, President and […].

America Makes Announces Awardees of Directed Project Opportunity

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million in AFRL Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Manufacturing and Industrial Base Technology Division funding toward these projects with $1.4 Two Projects of Approximately $1.35M Each are Awarded. Youngstown, Ohio — April 29, 2015.

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

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The ANSYS Additive Manufacturing Research Laboratory is equipped with some of the most advanced additive manufacturing devices that utilize metals, alloys, polymers and other materials to laser print components for nearly every industry. By Pitt | Swanson Engineering.

NinjaTek Flexible 3D Printing Division Founded on NinjaFlex Success

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And, now, the success of Fenner Drives’ widely used flexible filament has led the manufacturing company to start an entirely new division dedicated to the NinjaFlex material line, which they have named NinjaTek.… 3D Printing Business Consumers Industry Insights Materials News Productio

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

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The team, based in the Swanson School’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, includes Associate Professor and Principal Investigator Albert To ; and co-PIs Assistant Professor Sangyeop Lee and Adjunct Associate Professor Stephen Ludwick.

3D Systems Partners with Penn State to Research Direct Metal Printing for DARPA

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3D printing industry leader 3D Systems announced that they have formed a partnership with the Pennsylvania State University to research and further develop direct metal printing technology. View the entire article via our website.

Budmen Industries' New Minimal, Modular Buildini is a Practical 3D Printer for the Creative Mind

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Pennsylvania-based company and post-digital workshop Budmen Industries, the “Home of Industrial Imagination,” was founded by lifelong creatives Isaac Budmen, author of The Book on 3D. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D printing toolheads Budmen industries Buildini creativity experimental 3D printing experimentation Isaac Budmen large-format 3D printing modular 3d printer multi material 3d printing new 3d printer

AllProfessional3D Out to Prove All 3D Printing Filaments Not Created Equal with Miracle ABS

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AllProfessional3D is a company based right outside of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, that is striving to produce the best possible filaments at the most affordable prices. 3D Printing Architecture Business Education FabLab FDM/FFF Mass 3D Printing Materials NewsBy Davide Sher.

Liquid metals show promise in speeding additive manufacturing

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The research out of Arizona State University suggests that dissolvable metal material may work as a support material for metal additively made parts. Their research indicates that other metals may be suitable for this purpose, but the material must meet the following criteria.

Investment in AM

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Alcoa is investing $60 million in additive manufacturing and 3D printing methods and materials. Early next year, GE is opening a $32 million R&D facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania called the Center for Additive Manufacturing Advancement.

NCDMM and Catalyst Connection Announce Next Phase of AMNOW Program to Support Additive Manufacturing Technology Insertion into the U.S. Army Supply Chain

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Army’s readiness and facilitate on-demand production of materials in support of warfighters and commanders on the battlefield. “We It provides consulting and training services to small manufacturers in southwestern Pennsylvania, accelerating revenue growth and improving productivity.

SME’s RAPID 2016

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The machines are capable of addressing 340 million voxels per second in thermoplastic materials. The systems are mostly open, which means they will support third-party materials at competitive prices. RAPID 2017 will be held May 8-11 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

CocoJet 3D Printer Creates Tasty Chocolate Treats

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The Cocojet prototype at CES uses a modified version of the 3D printing model fused deposition modeling, or constructing objects by extruding layers of liquid material (usually heated plastic) that then cool into a solid form.

Alcoa Expands R&D Center to Deepen Additive Manufacturing Capabilities

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60 million expansion to include state-of-the-art additive manufacturing center focused on feedstock materials, processes, product design and qualification. Further, the Ampliforge™ process significantly reduces material input and simplifies production relative to traditional forging processes.

Will dental visits soon be easier?

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New devices and materials promise to make dentist visits more pleasant, and help maintain our teeth between checkups. Materials: For over 150 years, dentists have filled tooth cavities with mercury-based silver amalgam. Written by Catherine Bolgar.

M. Holland Signs Distribution Agreement with Henkel to Further Expand 3D Printing Portfolio

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Holland’s industrial manufacturing clients access to a wider range of 3D printing materials, including UV-curable silicone elastomeric, ultra-clear, durable, high impact, high temperature and general-purpose resins. Holland’s first expansion into thermoset materials.