3D Printing Replaces Multi-step Process to Create Museum Quality Dryosaurus

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The 3D printed model of a Dryosaurus, which was unearthed by Parker in central Wyoming, was created on a uPrint SE Plus 3D Printer from Stratasys. The 20 resulting STL files were then 3D printed in five batches on the uPrint SE Plus in ivory ABS plus material.

Machine Tool Distributor Inks Partnership with Industrial 3D Printing Company to Meet Customer Demand

Additive Manufacturing

Built on a foundation of fairness, after-sales support, and hard work, the company has grown to more than 170 employees covering eight office locations in 14 states including Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

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SME Announces Winners of the 2016 SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Competition

Additive Manufacturing

Each team designed a trading pin and catapult – printed onsite – to meet contest specifications including 3D print time, size, and material usage. Sheridan, Wyoming. By SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,

Upcoming CATI Training Classes for August 2016 – Featuring SOLIDWORKS Drawings

CATI Tech Notes

A lot of material is covered in a short time, but our instructors are there to make sure that no one is left behind. In order to obtain the full potential of the powerful tools provided by Computer Aided Technology (CATI), over 70 training classes are offered in August 2016.

Where Manufacturing Is Thriving In The U.S.

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Second-ranked Grand Rapids-Wyoming, Mich., By Joel Kotkin and Mike Shires, Forbes. Throughout the dismal presidential campaign, the plight of America’s manufacturing sector played a central role.

The Cities Leading A U.S. Manufacturing Revival

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In third place is Grand Rapids-Wyoming, a longtime furniture-making hub where an uncommonly high share of jobs is in manufacturing, one in five; the metro area has seen industrial employment rebound 27.9% By Joel Kotkin and Michael Shires, Forbes. Manufacturing may no longer drive the U.S.