3D Bioprinting Company Expands with New Facility in New Hampshire


Advanced Solutions Life Sciences is a subsidiary of Advanced Solutions, Inc., a technology company that provides integrated software solutions and services to a variety of industries. Advanced. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business Medical 3D Printing 3d bioprinting Advanced Regenerative Medical Institute Advanced Solutions Advanced Solutions Life Sciences ARMI BioAssemblyBot BioBot bioprinting expansion

Researchers Turn to Multi-Material 3D Printing to Develop Responsive, Versatile Smart Composites


3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Science & Technology 3d print drug delivery 3d printed prototype drug delivery journal article metamaterial multi-material 3d printer National Science Foundation (NSF) patent-pending research paper smart materials study UNH University of New Hampshire3D printing technology has been used multiple times to help create drug delivery and release systems, from programmable release capsules and cancer drug-emitting implants to micro-rockets that.


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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Mary Poppins Production Benefits from 3D Printed Breakaway Stage Prop


3D Design 3D Printing 3d print props 3d printed props Boys & Girls Clubs of America Mary Poppins New Hampshire printrbot simple Repetier sketchup Slic3r The Boys and Girls Club of America theater theatreIn college, not convinced any of my interests really had long-term professional feasibility, I went the double-major route; if theatre wouldn’t pay the bills, maybe English would? Or a Spanish. View the entire article via our website.

Solidscape Teams With Kangshuo To Launch Largest 3D Printing Service Bureau in China


It’s been just over four years since leading 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS) purchased the New Hampshire-based company Solidscape, and it appears that the acquisition may finally have begun paying substantial dividends. This week Solidscape... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3d printed jewelry 3d printing service china kangshuo solidscape solidscape deal stratasys

How SOLIDWORKS Visualize Helped P1 Evo Make it to BattleBots

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My name is Brandon Zalinsky and I am the Captain and Manager of Aberrant Robotics, LLC, a New Hampshire company that builds combat robots. It can be set simply to be the location of the viewport, and can save new default settings, so making a new render can be a two-click process.

3D Printing Has Turned This Canine Into A Cyborg

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Anderson fostered Derby through the dog rescue group Peace and Paws in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. Using the assistive device, Derby can now run alongside — and sometimes past — his new owners, Sherri and Dom Portanova. Meet Derby, a Husky mix born with underdeveloped legs and paws. To help, tech firm 3D Systems has printed a pair of prosthetic front limbs that now allow him to outrun his owners.

Podcast: Inspiring our Future Problem Solvers with Dean Kamen

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Traveling to his offices in Manchester, New Hampshire, I recently had the chance to meet Dean Kamen for the first time while my colleague Christian Blanc conducted this interview for the Born to Design Podcast.

Manufacturing Professionals Elevated to Prestigious SME College of Fellows

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Kinsey , PhD, FSME, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire. By SME. DEARBORN, Mich., July 27, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – SME , which serves the manufacturing industry by promoting advanced manufacturing technology and is recognized as a key resource for the industry, has elected 10 manufacturing practitioners, researchers and educators to its 2016 College of Fellows.

Celebrating Student Innovation and the Design Process With AET Labs And GrabCAD

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In today’s technology-driven classrooms where student innovation is highlighted, text books have been replaced with Chromebooks, classroom designs are flexible and modular and hands-on, project-based learning (PBL) has become the new standard teaching method. Educational technology specialists and our partners in Essex, MA, AET Labs , honors the impactful work of the New England STEM community each spring at Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a dual STEM event.

UTA’s FSAE Texas Autocross Weekend 2014 Supported by SolidWorks VAR GoEngineer

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There were 25 cars at the event, with over 50 drivers and 10 teams, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas A&M, University of Texas, University of New Mexico, Oklahoma State University, University of North Texas, Kansas University, Auburn University, University of Oklahoma, University of Windsor.

The Week in 3D Printing: Piece of Cake

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Plus, they give a whole new meaning to the phrase “Beam me up.” Especially if, like New Hampshire teacher Carrie Barron, you have a class of eighth-graders to help build a wheelchair for the little guy walk. The Week in 3D Printing enjoyed a summer vacay the last couple of weeks, so this Friday, we’ll cover the juiciest tidbits since the beginning of July.

ASTM President’s Leadership Award Honors Jane LaGoy for Work on Metal Powders Committee

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A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, where she received a bachelor’s degree in materials engineering, LaGoy earned her MBA from Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., July 15, 2015—Jane LaGoy , technical services manager at Bodycote in Andover, Massachusetts, has been honored with the 2015 ASTM International President’s Leadership Award.

Is a picture worth a thousand search words?

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Meanwhile, Lorenzo Torresani, associate professor of computer science at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, has helped create a machine-learning algorithm that uses images to find documents. Written by Catherine Bolgar. Selecting the right Internet search words can be frustrating. But thanks to broader bandwidth and better picture-recognition technology, future searches may be image- or video-driven.

Nano-Manufacturing Makes Steel 10 Times Stronger

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A new way to produce metals could have wide-ranging effects. An inexpensive new process can increase the strength of metals such as steel by as much as 10 times, and make them much more resistant to corrosion. If the modified metals pass field testing, the new process could go on to make bridges and other infrastructure last far longer; it could also make cars lighter and therefore more fuel-efficient. +. By Kevin Bullis, MIT Technology Review.

The routes of the future

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of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in the U.S. Written by Catherine Bolgar. There’s more to transportion innovation than self-driving electric vehicles. From high-tech cycle lanes to supersonic space planes , the future of travel is on course for a design revolution. Start with the humble bike. With city cycling now all the rage, road infrastructure is set for some radical innovations.

Quintus Technologies HIP Expands Accurate Brazing’s Thermal Processing Capabilities

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Heat Treating Specialist Broadens Service Offering and Compresses Lead Times with New Hot Isostatic Press Västerås, Sweden, July 23, 2019 – Accurate Brazing , a full-service provider of specialized heat treating solutions, will add hot isostatic pressing to its thermal processing capabilities with the installation of a Hot Isostatic Press (HIP) from Quintus Technologies. The addition of the new Quintus press is a natural progression for our company to better serve our customers.”

Introducing Stratasys’ Medical Solutions Group

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Recently, he was selected as an associate editor for a new medical journal, 3D Printing in Medicine. John has a degree in chemical engineering from the University of New Hampshire and an MBA from Boston University. Sign Up for Stratasys’ New 3D Printing Medical Innovation Series.

Knowledge Shared; Rapid Prototype Sheet Metal - Typepad

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  The Rapid Prototype Sheet Metal Company in New Hampshire is one of those companies I am referring to here.    The Rapid Prototype Sheet Metal Company out of New Hampshire is extending itself to the design and engineering communities to share what they know about building sheet metal parts.  Richards SolidWorks Blog. Richard Williams. About Me. Contact Me. Categories. Analysis. Current Affairs. Designing without limits.

Wyss-Designed Swabs Enter Human Trials for COVID-19

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New low-cost nasopharyngeal swabs can be manufactured quickly to address the international shortage of swabs for testing and research. has been working around the clock to ramp up production of the new swabs to reach 200,000 per day by May 15.

3D printed cell-opening mechanism opens new possibilities in camouflage, drug delivery


Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have used 3D printing to design a unique sequential cell-opening mechanism that could be used for drug delivery and color-changing camouflage materials. 3D Printing Application

3D printed octopus organs could have applications in biomedical devices, sensors, and stretchable electronics


Two researchers from the University of New Hampshire are turning to an unlikely source of inspiration for new 3D printing materials: the common Octopus. As members of the Cephalopod family, octopuses, squids, and cuttlefish all have an important survival mechanism in common. 3D Printing Applications

Kitten with mobility problems gets 3D printed wheelchair made by 8th grade students


A group of dedicated eighth-grade students from Portsmouth, New Hampshire has 3D printed a wheelchair for a kitten with mobility problems. The six-month-old cat, a Maine coon named Ray, was born with eyes too small to see and a spinal condition that makes it impossible for him to move his hind legs. 3D Printing Application

Think sharing phones is a bad call? 3D printed 3-in-1 lending smartphone could be the answer


Researchers in Canada and New Hampshire have used 3D printing to develop a modular 3-in-1 smartphone, ideal for lending to strangers. The prototype consists of three smartphones in a 3D printed case, giving the owner total control over how much access the borrower is permitted. 3D Printing Application