Stratasys Reseller, R&D Technologies, Named the Fastest-Growing Technology Company in Rhode Island

Additive Manufacturing

Nasdaq:SSYS), a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced that its reseller R&D Technologies , has been named the fastest-growing technology company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News. Providence Business News ranks companies in Rhode Island that demonstrate sales growth percentage for three consecutive years. “We R&D Technologies posted a 482 percent increase in sales for three consecutive years.

An International Team of 80 Uses SOLIDWORKS to Design Lifesaving Medical Devices

The Solidworks Blog

We began Project Firefly with a team of students from the MIT and Rhode Island School of Design team in the Product Design and Development class. We were able to hit the ground running by modifying the students’ SOLIDWORKS model to include a bottom light.

An Experiment in Ceramic Art - HIFire RESolutions: 3D Printing in Clay

3D Systems

In January 2014, the ceramics team at 3D Systems was contacted by Kate Blacklock from Rhode Island School of Design, and let in on her idea to exhibit a show of 3D printed ceramic sculptures.

Non-Profit Design that Matters Prints 3D Models that Communicate Across Cultures

The Solidworks Blog

To kick off our Pelican project, we used rough pulse oximiter models to collect direct feedback from community health workers, nurses, doctors, and parents in Haiti, hosted by Partners in Health and the St Boniface Haiti Foundation.

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A Strong Case for 3D Printing: R&D Technologies Helps an Active Child with Diabetes Stay Active

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

a Stratasys reseller and Rhode Island-based 3D printing service bureau, after discovering a 3D CAD file of a device online that would safely secure her son’s Dexcom G4 monitor and cellular phone. ABS Consumer Products Fortus Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM

3D-Printed Car: More Than Just High-Tech Transportation

Shapeways Blog

The IMTS Strati was the “mid-model refresh.” Presper Eckert in Pennsylvania, according to the University of Rhode Island. 3D Modeling 3D Print ContestsBlog post contributed by community member Brian Wilkins . In 1979, there were 19.5 million U.S.

Shapeways EDU Fall 2016 Grant Winners!

Shapeways Blog

Invisible tagging will investigate how to accurately embed invisible tags through optimization of 3D models. Cliff Weitzman – Brown University, Rhode Island. We are pleased to announce the Fall 2016 EDU Grant Winners. The Shapeways EDU Grant provides $1000 in printing support, awarded twice a year to university-level students and professors whose proposals push the boundaries of 3D printing materials and technology.

Boston Festival of Indie Games : 3D printing boardgame Round Up

Shapeways Blog

3D Model. After multiple refinements with the team, we brought in 3D modeler Pat Fahy for Step Two. Modeling! Step Three was having Shapeways print various models to help us properly determine ideal shape and size. 3D Modeling Community

Disposing of the disposable economy

3D Perspectives

The modern economy’s cycle of production, use and disposal—also known as the churn model —is under strain. “It It could continue, but without closing the loop of the circular economy it isn’t feasible,” says Manbir Sodhi, engineering professor at the University of Rhode Island in the U.S.

Electric, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles: Podcast Part II

3D Perspectives

Fabien is based in Rhode Island in the United States and has been working on Transportation and Mobility topics for over a decade. Here in Providence, Rhode Island, we have both now we have all those red electric bikes everywhere.

ASTM-Dr. Brent Stucker of 3DSIM Joins ASTM International Board of Directors

Additive Manufacturing

chief executive officer and a co-founder of 3DSIM LLC, a company focused on commercializing algorithms for predictive modeling of additive manufacturing (3D printing) processes, has been named a director on the ASTM board. He has also been recognized with the prestigious DINO Award from the Additive Manufacturing Users Group for his contributions to selective laser sintering technology in 2005, the University of Rhode Island Outstanding Research Award in 2000 and the Albert E.

Design that Matters Saves Newborn Lives with Help from SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

The team of MIT and Rhode Island School of Design students who generated DtM’s first Pelican pulse oximeter concept using SOLIDWORKS as part of their Product Design and Development class.

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Designer Spotlight: Colin Wiencek and His Hybrid Furniture

Shapeways Blog

When I was at the Rhode Island School of Design , 3D printers were just starting to become available and you had to seek them out. For every decision, I create full scale models with small differences so that I can evaluate how each decision looks in real space.

NASA-Students Selected for Winning Designs of 3-D Printed Tools for Astronauts

Additive Manufacturing

NASA , January 30, 2015-After three months of designing and modeling, a panel of judges from NASA, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation (ASME) and Made In Space Inc. Models were received from 470 students across the United States. NASA Release.

DIMENSIONEXT: The Art Of 3D Printing: From STEM to STEAM.


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When a Medical Part Requires a New Process

Design 2 Part News

Putnam Plastics makes the design process easier by offering a computer modeling system for catheters. The advantage of catheter modeling systems is the customer gets a feel of how the catheter may perform without requiring a significant investment.”.