3D Printing in Fargo, North Dakota with Fargo 3D Printing

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This is an article in our new series looking at how 3D printing is used around the world and reporting on ways to get involved in 3D printing. 3D Printing in Fargo by Sarah Loosbrock Sarah Loosbrock is the lead of marketing and communications at Fargo 3D Printing. Insights 3D Printing around the world 3D-Fuel Eden Prairie Fargo 3D printing Foreverence Lemmy Kilmister Nordic Ware North Dakota Proto Labs Stratasys

Fargo 3D Printing launches machine repair subsidiary in North Dakota

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North Dakota spare parts and upgrades hub Fargo 3D Printing has formed a new company from its machine restoration division. Jake Clark, CEO of Fargo 3D Printing, comments, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to have John Olhoft […]. 3D Printers Fargo 3D Printer Repair Fargo 3D printing Jake Clark John Olhoft Sarah LoosbrockThe new firm, Fargo 3D Printer Repair, will see John Olhoft, former 3D printer repair technician at the parent company, acting as CEO.

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


As 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. 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 exploration

Lulzbot to move to North Dakota following FAME 3D acquisition

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In October 2019, desktop 3D printing was rocked by rumors that Aleph Objects, the parent company of well-known machine brand Lulzbot, was set to close down following a number of staff redundancies. Luckily, a month later, the company completed a deal securing its acquisition by Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D (FAME 3D). A limited-liability corporation, FAME 3D […].

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


It’s very easy to get caught up in the excitement of 3D printing and all the innovation it has to offer—items you never considered before spanning the gamut—from 3D printed women’s armor to engines. View the entire article via our website.

Additive manufacturing and cyber security: How to protect 3D printers from cyber attack

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North Dakota State University's (NDSU) Jeremy Straub has published two recent papers discussing the cyber security threat to 3D printers. Research 3D printing cyber attack cyber attack cyber security cybersecurity hacking hacking 3D printer IP IP protection Jeremy Straub North Dakota State UniversityThe two papers present the.

NDSU system for checking and controlling 3D print quality receives US Patent

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A system for checking 3D prints during or post-production, has been granted its US Patent a year and a half after application. The system, currently titled Characterizing 3D printed objects for 3D printing, was invented by Jeremy Straub, Benjamin Kading and Scott Kerlin of North Dakota State University’s (NDSU) Department of Computer Science.

3D Printing Research CrAMmed: WFIRM, Argonne National Laboratory, Siemens

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3D printing is empowering researchers and inventors from all disciplines to investigate applications that cannot be done with any other technology. As such, with CrAMmed, 3D Printing Industry has started a regular review of the literature available on the topic to deliver the most cutting edge developments to our readers.

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


What 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. 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 Protosthetics

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


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3D Printing Industry Review of the Year: December 2019

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Concluding 2019, December saw Stratasys appoint a new CEO after over a year of searching and Lulzbot also announces its move to North Dakota. Stratasys appoints a new CEO, Lulzbot moves to North Dakota Leading 3D printer OEM Stratasys appointed Yoav […]. Furthermore, additive manufacturing advances in the transport and lighting sectors and trends are observed following Formnext 2019.

Now You Can Create 3D Print Creations Made from Coffee Waste

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A North Dakota company is turning bio-waste into 3D printing filaments. C2renew specializes in sourcing agricultural materials that would otherwise be thrown away and repurposing it into something that is both environmentally-friendly and renewable.

3D Printing Reaches New Highs: 3Dom Releases Hemp Filament

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Fargo, North Dakota’s 3Dom USA has recently made a name for itself in producing 3D printing filament from unique materials, including coffee and even beer. Entwined, a hemp-based 3D printing filament wound on the 100% bio-based Eco-Spool.…

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.”

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

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Unable to afford the prosthetics he needed, Piedra relied on the help of the Hanger Clinic for his legs and the volunteers of e-NABLE for 3D printed prosthetic hands. It’s a problem that will only get bigger as everything from cars to spaceships get 3D printed parts.

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


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.

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. 3D Printing Applications

Game-Changing Technology on a Roll

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Most recently, marrying 3D printing to standard machine platforms has been all the rage. 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.

Personalized Care Drives Innovation in Medical Product…

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It’s important to know what types of inspection and tests are performed by an EMS provider, whether they have tracking mechanisms in place, and how clean their printed circuit boards are, said Ohady. 3D Printed Patient-Specific Implants.

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

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

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The output of the food and petroleum industries are at record highs, but the output of the chemicals, paper and printing industries are all off significantly from the pre-recession peak. The crude oil may come from Canada, Saudi Arabia or North Dakota, but it’s refined right here in America.

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. Although operating a 3D printer can demand a lot of energy, many companies in the 3D printing industry are working hard to create green products that make additive manufacturing a more environmentally friendly process. 3D Printing Materials