North Dakota Space Startup to Create and Launch CubeSat Equipped With 3D Printer

3D Printers 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d print in space 3D printed CubeSat nanosatellite 3d printed satellite parts 3D printer payload cube satellite CubeSat international space station iss North Dakota 3D printing Open Space Frontier Technologies space explorationAs the global space industry continues to expand at a rapid rate, 3D printing technology has clearly become a vital production tool for the future of our otherworldly ventures. Whether it be 3D.

Eliminating Cyberterrorism in 3D Printing: University of North Dakota Research Offers Further Solutions in Assessing 3D Technology

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Re-examining the Clothes Hanger: A 3D Printed Closet Solution

North Dakota State University Student Amber... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed hangers biodegradable biodegradable plastic clothes hangers corn based filament environmentally friendly Fargodome Innovation Fair NDSU North Dakota State University student design sustainable We’re accustomed to seeing innovations on the cutting edge of aeronautics and medicine resulting from 3D printing.

Protosthetics and c2renew Partner to Create 3D Printing Filament for Definitive Prosthetic Sockets

3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business Medical 3D Printing 3d printed orthotics 3d printed prosthetics 3d printing partnership c2renew North Dakota 3D printing prosthetic arm socket prosthetic leg socket prosthetic leg sockets ProtostheticsWhat makes 3D printing so interesting—and so downright fascinating—is that it allows individuals and companies of all sizes to create parts and objects that might not be possible at all otherwise. View the entire article via our website.

Reach for the Stars: Students Working with NASA to Reduce the Weight of 3D Printed Objects Sent to Space

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Converting The Boeing Supply Chain To Electric Boat Submarines


The Virginia-class attack submarine Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) North Dakota (SSN 784) is rolled out of an indoor shipyard. Read the whole entry. » » ideas

LulzBot Releases New TAZ Pro S for Professional, Industrial 3D Printing

Last year, open source advocate LulzBot, now part of FAME 3D in North Dakota, switched directions with the release of its first bioprinter, which is pretty different from the traditional.

Makrtoolbox Mk1 low cost open source 3d printer

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who for the last ten years have owned and operated a local technology business in Wahpeton, North Dakota. The Mk1 3d printer is designed and built by father and son team: Earnie Garner and Earnie Garner Jr.,

3Dom Introduces Buzzed, the 3D Printing Filament Made From Beer

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You may remember the North Dakota-based fila2015-10-05-buzzed-beer-filament manufacturer from some of our recent articles; this one from August introduced the company’s Wound Up filament, which is made, astonishingly, from coffee. “Never leave a beer behind.” That was a phrase I heard often in my college days, from well-meaning friends who simply hated to see a fine beverage such as Miller Lite get wasted (no pun intended).

The Week in 3D Printing: Florida Man Wins, Explosive Prints, Wearables for Plants, Safer AM, and a 3D Printed Burn


Fortunately a group of North Dakota researchers has made progress in solving it. We celebrated a Florida man’s triumph after a quadruple amputation, got a liiiittle bit scared of 3D printed explosives, admired some plants’ new green wearables, found safety in numbers (really, data), and watched Burning Man’s Temple construction go digital, all this week in 3D printing. Florida Man’s Best Tale Yet.

Survey Suggests More Growth Ahead For Midwest Economy

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The survey covers Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma and South Dakota. By The Associated Press. A monthly survey of business leaders suggests that business conditions worsened last month but that the economy will pick up over the next few months in nine Midwestern and Plains states, according to a report issued Tuesday. The Mid-America Business Conditions Index dropped to 56.1 in July after reaching 62.3 in June.

Turn Your SOLIDWORKS Hack Into a Key Feature with Enhancement Requests

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is the premier provider of SOLIDWORKS software and partner products to the mechanical engineering industry in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado and Wyoming. When you are dealing with such a complex and function rich software like SOLIDWORKS, it’s easy for a few hidden features to slip through the cracks.

North Dakota researchers fight 3D print errors and cyberhacking with image analysis software


The unfortunate reality of any technological breakthrough is that it can often be used for criminal purposes as well. 3D printing is no exception, as a recent crime wave in international harbors involving 3D printed fake locks has shown. But even hackers or spies can use 3D printing to their advantage, according to numerous specialists.

Is U.S. Manufacturing Really in Decline?

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Over the past several years, I’ve visited a range of factories: a steel fabrication plant in New York, a window manufacturer in Florida, car factories in Ohio, a frozen-French fry plant in North Dakota, a jet-engine plant in North Carolina, a producer of plastic coffee pods in Virginia, a jar manufacturer in Indiana, and a fishing-line producer in South Carolina. By Daniel Gross, strategy+business. Did you hear that U.S. manufacturing just had another big month?

What Is The One Thing That Can Strengthen America’s…

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In May 2015, automaker Volvo finalized a deal that will move most of its North American production to South Carolina, where its new plant should be operational in 2018, employing 2,000 people and rolling out some 100,000 new vehicles each year. South Carolina, Kansas, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin have been among the best in matching the needs of employers with educational programs offered by their high schools, and community and technical colleges.

OpenOrbiter satellite will test 3D printer in low Earth orbit


Students at North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota are building a CubeSat satellite that will test the capabilities of a 5 x 5 x 8 cm 3D printer in space. The students believe the project could contribute to the long-term goal of 3D printing spacecraft in space. 3D Printing Applications

Game-Changing Technology on a Roll

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Doosan machines have MT Connect capability and were demonstrated streaming off-site created machining live data from Doosan turning centers on the factory floor of Bobcat in North Dakota, as well as from machines and robots inside of Doosan’s IMTS booth. By adding more technology, we can build upon our core businesses where we have over 13,000 machines installed, across EDM, laser, press brake, Roku Roku and waterjet equipment in North America.

3D printed tumor-cloning device could lead to more effective cancer treatments


Two pharmacy students from North Dakota State University have developed a system for cloning tumors in order to treat individual cancer patients with personalized and more targeted drugs. 3D Printing Applications

Personalized Care Drives Innovation in Medical Product…

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Executing on its vision of being a single source, vertically-integrated supplier of “high quality, short lead-time engineered products,” Alexandria Industries acquired the plastic injection equipment assets of a North Dakota-based manufacturer of injection molded components in 2012. “Personalized Care Drives Innovation in Medical Product Design and Manufacturing” By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.

New Landfillament lets you 3D print with trash


North Dakota materials company 3D-Fuel has introduced "Landfillament", a new 3D printing material made from recycled waste. To create the material, municipal solid waste (MSW) is subjected to pyrolysis, which produces a char byproduct that can be used as filament.

Opinion: Think nothing is made in America? Output has…

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The crude oil may come from Canada, Saudi Arabia or North Dakota, but it’s refined right here in America. “Opinion: Think nothing is made in America? Output has doubled in three decades” By Rex Nutting, MarketWatch. manufacturing isn’t dead; factories are running at close to a record pace. The U.S. manufacturing sector doesn’t get any respect.

3Dom USA releases new Wound Up 3D printer filament made from coffee waste


Today, 3D printer filament manufacturer 3Dom USA - in partnership with Fargo, North Dakota based bio-composite company, c2renew - has released a new bio-material made from coffee waste that they’re calling Wound Up. With coffee drinkers around the world consuming over 2.25 billion cups of coffee per day, it comes with little surprise that coffee beans are the world’s second most valuable traded commodity behind petroleum.

B9Creations introduces B9 Core 530 and 550 3D printers, part of new B9 Core Series


Now, thanks to North Dakota-based developer B9Creations, there is another 3D printer series on the market, and it looks well worth considering. Anyone who has considered buying a 3D printer, whether for personal use or for commercial purposes, will know that there are a wealth of options out there to choose from.