Interview with Godwin Izibilli on 3D Printing in Nigeria

Nigeria is an African country well known for high profile academics and a large base of entrepreneurs. 3D Printing 3D Printing Events Exclusive Interviews 3d printing africa 3d printing interview CAD Works exclusive interview journal article NigeriaHow is Africa’s most populous country utilizing these twin resources for 3D. View the entire article via our website.

Nigeria: Assessing Properties of Recycled PET Powder for 3D Printing Feedstock

The post Nigeria: View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Nigeria Recycled 3D printing feedstock Recycled PET PowderThe topic of recycling is anything but new, but today innovative methods must be applied to the reuse of an influx of plastics, powders, and other materials being discarded in.

Elephab Aims to Become Nigeria's Primary Supplier of 3D Printed Parts

3D Printing 3d printing startup africa Beta.Ventures Elephab ge GE Garage GE Lagos Garage NigeriaThe GE Garages program was launched by GE in 2012 to spur interest in inventing and manufacturing among Americans. A few years later, the program spread beyond America. GE Lagos Garage, in Lagos, View the entire article via our website.

Kids Learn and Have Fun With 3D Printing, Robotics and More at Brainiacs Holiday STEM Camps in Nigeria

littleBits Nigeria robotics Scratch stem STEM education Turtle Art xyzprintingKids love playing games on their parents’ phones, there’s no doubt about that. But there are some kids who recently learned how to create their own games! Brainiacs Robotics held. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Education Robotics Science & Technology 3d printing education 3D printing tools for kids Arduino Uno Brainiacs Robotics Kodu Lego Mindstorm EV-3 Lego WeDo 2.0

e-NABLE and Create O&P Travel to Nigeria to Change Young Boy's Life with 3D Printing

3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed children's prosthetics 3d printed hand prosthetics 3D printed limb replacement 3d printed prosthetic arm 3d printed prosthetic hand amputee arm prosthetic boko haram child's prosthetic Create O&P Create Orthotics & Prosthetics e-nable e-NABLE prosthetics e-NABLE volunteer community limb loss Nigeria portable 3d printer prosthetic arm prosthetic handThe sad and terrifying story of 11-year-old Mohammed Saleh breaks my heart.

3D Printed Shapies Become Immensely Popular in Nigeria, Thanks to New Shapify Booth

3D Design 3D Printing 3D Scanners Business 3d makery 3d makery africa 3d printed selfie 3d printed selfies africa artec 3d artec shapify artec shapify booth Nigeria shapie shapify shapify shapiesLast year, Artec 3D unveiled a first in 3D printing: a 3D printed selfie, or “shapie” booth. The booth is something like a cross between a standard photo booth and an airport security. View the entire article via our website.

Titan Robotics Brings Large-Format 3D Printing to West Africa

Lagos, Nigeria, a place not commonly known for 3D printing, just got a huge innovation boost at one of the largest foundries in West Africa — Nigerian Foundries Limited. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business 3D printed casting 3d printing for casting 3d printing foundry africa africa 3d printing ATLAS atlas 3d printer Clay Guillory foundries foundry ge investment casting metal casting MetalCasting Nigeria PelletFed sand casting 3d printed parts Sandcasting titan robotics West Africa

3D Printing for Sustainable Economic Development in Africa

3D Printing Business 3D Printing Academy for Girls africa africa 3d printing african centre for technology studies economic development Hailemichael Teshome Demissie malaria Nigeria STEM education Youth for Technology zambiaI’ve noticed a common refrain in today’s news cycle: in order to remain viable in the global economy, countries need to get behind 3D printing, and fast. Africa, which has been. View the entire article via our website.

Working to Enable the Future through 3D Printing in East Africa

3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed prosthetic africa CyberLogik e-nable east africa enable the future humanitarian Nigeria prosthesis prosthetic prosthetic handWhen being bombarded with the latest evidence of humanity’s nasty and brutish side, it can be hard to remember that there are gleaming moments among the trash. The news media doesn’t seem. View the entire article via our website.

K3D and Obasogie Okpamen Winners of Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

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In the student category the first prize went to Obasogie Okpamen from The Landmark University in Nigeria. Education Featured News Additive World Conference Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019 Alfa Romeo 75 Twin Spark Turbo Altair Inspire™ Autodesk Netfabb software Dough Cutting Knife Jaap Bulsink K3D Landmark University in Nigeria Obasogie Okpamen Spark Engine Connection Rod Steven van de Staak Ultimaker

AM in Africa

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Some limited activity is underway in Botswana, Egypt, Namibia, and Nigeria. Yesterday, I recently returned from my 22nd visit to Africa. Twenty of them have been to South Africa where additive manufacturing activity is the strongest. In fact, I estimate that 99% of AM work on the continent has occurred in the country.

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purmundus challenge 2020: Moorehuhn Bike Wins First Prize at Formnext Connect

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The finalists, all of which showcased their innovations at Formnext Connect, hail from 5 continents and 13 countries: China, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Netherlands, Nigeria, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, and the United States.

Finalists Design Challenge 2019 Accelerate in Industrial 3D Printing

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The third finalist in the student category, Obasogie Okpamen from the Landmark University (Nigeria) achieved the mass and material reduction in his version of the “Twin Spark Connecting Rod” through topology optimization. Twin Spark Connecting Rod” from Obasogie Okpamen, the Landmark University (Nigeria, student category) Source: Additive Industries. Professionals and students redesign products with broad range of benefits.

Mobile data needs to get this much cheaper before most of the world can afford it

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In Nigeria, a company called Kiora operates “content zones,” essentially a WiFi hotspot, where customers can download data-intensive content like movies. By: Joon Ian Wong. Most of the world can’t afford mobile data at current prices. About 43% of the world’s population can afford 500 MB of mobile data a month right now. In order to double that number, data costs have to fall by 70% globally, according to a new study by Strategy&, a unit of the consulting firm PwC.

Mobile money aids the unbanked

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Adoption of mobile financial services remains under 1% in some very populous countries, including India, Pakistan, Nigeria and Brazil. By Catherine Bolgar*. Imagine paying at a shop by sending a text message from your phone. Or sending money to your child at university in another city with an SMS. Or getting a small loan via your phone. This futuristic vision of mobile money has been promised ever since mobile phones took off in the 1990s.

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Smith College Team From Massachusetts Wins CoVent-19 Challenge to Design New Ventilator for Developing World

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The next step could be a final product for regulatory approval in Nigeria, just one of the countries that have been talking with the CoVent-19 Challenge organizers. “We came into this not knowing anything about ventilators,” SmithVent team lead says.

Sustainable urban environments are built on a collaborative approach

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These include using blockchain to maintain land registries in Georgia, capturing geospatial data through mobile apps to enforce zoning permits in Vietnam, and mobilizing biometric ID to help eliminate fraud, waste and corruption in Nigeria. This blog is written by Gerald Wang, Head, Asia Pacific Public Sector, IDC Government Insights and IDC Health Insights.

DIMENSIONEXT: 3D Printing The Devil's Chair


Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH. PRINTEREST. ABOUT. 3D Printing The Devil’s Chair. 3D Printing The Devil’s Chair. A wise man once said that The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didnt exist. In post-industrial societies morality for many is a code of wealth means health and might means right.

Sciaky, Inc. Reaches Structured Reseller Agreement with EFESTO, LLC

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Under terms of the agreement, EFESTO will provide exclusive sales representation and resale of Sciaky’s EBAM solutions to Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Nigeria, Poland, Russia and South Korea, along with named accounts in the Middle East and the U.S. EFESTO will provide exclusive sales representation and resale of Sciaky’s EBAM metal 3D printing systems and services to targeted countries and named accounts.

AppCreate and Cubify API Announced

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

I have friends in Nigeria that are very interested in what 3D printing can do for them, both as designers and consumers. CES is certainly bringing a flurry of announcements related to the Cubify.Com portal! Here are two more announcements that can be found on the 3D Systems news pages. UPDATE: The Cubify Blog Has Released More Specific Information HERE.

Disrupt or Disappear: New Innovation Barometer Finds Digital Technologies Grow Opportunities as Well as Pressure on Businesses

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However, the barometer detected the highest excitement about innovation in emerging economies like Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey. Jan 19, 2016 by Tomas Kellner , GE Reports. Thomas Edison, one of the world’s most prolific inventors, said his main purpose in life was to make enough money to create ever more inventions. “I I find out what the world needs,” Edison declared. Then I go ahead and try to invent it.”. That sentiment still resonates.

Nigerian startup Elephab aims to increase local manufacturing with 3D printing


3D printing startup Elephab is aiming to bring production back to its home country of Nigeria through the additive manufacturing of replacement parts. The young but promising company recently closed its Series A funding round, attracting the attention (and investment) of venture capital firm Beta Ventures. 3D Printer Company

GE opens Lagos Garage new home for Nigerian 3D printing innovation


GE yesterday launched the “Lagos Garage,” a new advanced manufacturing program in Lagos, Nigeria. The Garage will serve as a hub for manufacturing innovations such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC machining, encouraging entrepreneurship and the development of a skilled Nigerian workforce.