Oklahoma Air Force Implements 3D Printing for Airplane Repair

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… The original post Oklahoma Air Force Implements 3D Printing for Airplane Repair appeared first on 3D Printing Industry. By Tyler Koslow.

Stratasys Announces New Oklahoma-Based Reseller, W.D. Distributing

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Distributing, the largest machine tool service organization in Oklahoma, will now be a reseller of the full line of Stratasys authorized products. Minneapolis & Rehovot, Israel – June 9, 2015 – Stratasys Ltd.

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory – Lab breakthrough in 3D printing of glass

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A team of LLNL researchers, along with scientists from the University of Minnesota and Oklahoma State University , report the creation of 3D-printed transparent glass components in the latest issue of Advanced Materials , published online April 28. By Jeremy Thomas | thomas244@llnl.gov | LLNL.

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First, Do No Harm

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Rapid Application Group is a 3D printing service bureau based in Tulsa in Oklahoma, USA. This is a very good reason why medical devices are put through a very stringent qualification and certification process.

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Designer Spotlight: Cady Carlson

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While using traditional jewelry as inspiration, Cady says, “I believe we’re often given so many rules and processes that viewing something built or created before there was an ‘official’ way brings me back to the innovation that is inherent in all humans before it was beaten out of us.”

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US Air Force and GE’s Collaboration on Metal Additive Reaches First Technology Milestone with 3D Printed Sump Cover for F110 Engine

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Melanie Jonason, chief engineer for the propulsion sustainment division at Tinker Air Force Base (AFB) in Oklahoma was keen for her division to be a part of the program from the outset. “Re-engineering It’s worth our focus to develop a fast, highly repeatable process,” said Melanie Jonason.

Machine Tool Distributor Inks Partnership with Industrial 3D Printing Company to Meet Customer Demand

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Built on a foundation of fairness, after-sales support, and hard work, the company has grown to more than 170 employees covering eight office locations in 14 states including Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

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Don Lucca, PhD, FSME, CMfgE, regents professor and Herrington chair in advanced materials at Oklahoma State University, presented the NAMRI/SME Founders Lecture. By SME.

Everything You Need to Know about Commercial Drone Flight

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The process of registering with the FAA is fairly simple: you only need to provide your full name, your mailing address, your e-mail address, and pay a $5 fee. Getting a drone license sounds like a lot of work, but we recommend going through the process of certification rather than facing the consequences. Oklahoma City, OK 73125. As part of the remote pilot certification process, the TSA will conduct a background check on you.

The Cities Leading A U.S. Manufacturing Revival

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Oklahoma City, where manufacturing job growth has soared 23.1% This process began with the loss of more than 90,000 aerospace jobs since the end of the Cold War. By Joel Kotkin and Michael Shires, Forbes. Manufacturing may no longer drive the U.S.

Drone Privacy and Security Issue Solutions

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In fact, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has challenged the FAA several times in the past few years over the FAA’s failure to consider privacy in the rulemaking process for the drone industry. Oklahoma has considered passing a bill that will authorize homeowners to shoot down drones, while some other lawmakers have proposed allowing only drones without cameras to fly over private property.

How Does America “Reshore” Skills That Have Disappeared?

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Furstoss foresees an unprecedented range of efficiencies in this future, as computer modeling and 3-D printing help factories speed up the testing of new components, eliminating waste in the process. “It By Todd Oppenheimer, Craftsmanship.net .