Case Study: A 3D Printed Patient Specific Partial Finger Prosthesis

From the University of Nebraska at Omaha, researchers Keaton Young, James E. 3D Printing Featured Stories Medical 3D Printing 3d printed prosthetics pla ultimaker 2 extended University of Nebraska at OmahaPierce, and James M. Zuniga explore prosthetics made via 3D printing in ‘Assessment of body-powered 3D printed. View the entire article via our website.

NASA tests new antibacterial 3D printing filament

3D Printing Industry

The study, conducted in association with the University of Nebraska at Omaha, aims to overcome the health challenges faced by NASA astronauts in […]. Research Andrés Acuña Copper3d Daniel Martínez Jorge Zuniga Nasa NASA 3D printing NASA Nebraska Space Grant PLACTIVE University of Nebraska at OmahaNASA is testing the suitability of an antibacterial 3D printer filament for use in future space missions. The filament is made by Copper3D, a Chilean company with a base in the USA.

Union Pacific 3D printing for railroad machine vision technology

3D Printing Industry

The company's headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska currently houses a Stratasys. Applications 3D printing rail equipment 3D printing railway AEI Automatic equipment identification machine vision Nebraska Omaha rail equipment Royce Connerley Stratasys Connex 350 Union Pacific UPrailroad company Union Pacific (UP) has revealed an innovative use of 3D printing to improve locomotive operations.

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NASA Studying Antibacterial 3D Printing Filament For Use On Space Missions

3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Medical 3D Printing antibacterial antibacterial 3D printing filament Copper3D nasa NASA Nebraska Space Grant PLACTIVE University of Nebraska OmahaA few months ago, Chilean startup Copper3D introduced PLACTIVE, an antibacterial 3D printing filament designed for the production of medical devices such as prosthetics and braces. The company. View the entire article via our website.

NASA Nebraska Space Grant Means Further Collaboration with Copper3D to Study Microbial Risk in Space

3D Printing 3d printing in space 3d printing research Copper3D Department of Biomechanics of the University of Nebraska at Omaha international space station ISS 3D printing nasa PLACTIVEChilean startup Copper3D and 3D printing endeavors at the International Space Station are both interests we have followed actively—but never together up until last year when NASA expressed interest. View the entire article via our website.

Porcelite: 3D Print with New Porcelain Resin & Then Fire & Glaze Your Ceramic Models—on Kickstarter Now

3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d print porcelain 3d printed porcelain dlp 3d printing kickstarter Omaha porcelain 3d printing material Porcelite Porcelite Ceramic Resin sla 3d printing Tethon 3D Tethonite ceramic powder3D printing has come a long way in a very short time, with a massive surge into the mainstream. Hardware and software are becoming available to meet nearly every maker’s and manufacturer’s need, and. View the entire article via our website.

Tethon 3D and University of Nebraska to Develop First Ceramic and Metal DLP 3D Printer

Omaha, Nebraska-based company. SLA and DLP 3D printing are, for the most part, polymer 3D printing technologies. That doesn’t mean that they can’t be used with metal and ceramics, however. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials ceramic 3d printing dlp 3d printer metal 3d printing Tethon 3D University of Nebraska

Don’t Miss the SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever 2017

The Solidworks Blog

Omaha, NE. Last year Todd Blacksher proposed something unusual for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network: The SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever, or SLUGME.

SME, Stratasys Announce Winners of FANUC-Inspired SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Competition

Additive Manufacturing

SME and global additive manufacturing leader Stratasys have announced the winners of their cosponsored 2019 Additive Manufacturing Competition , held during the 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-28.

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How robots will reshape the U.S. economy

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Or another way to put it, as recently foretold by the great Oracle of Omaha: Now is no time to start betting against America. By Jim Rock, TechCrunch. Few doubt that our future — both immediate and long term — will be heavily impacted by robots.

Middle America feels left behind. Can the tech community help?

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To date, Revolution has traveled some 6,000 miles to invest in startups in cities like Omaha, Detroit and Minneapolis. By Caroline Fairchild, Senior Editor, Technology and Startups at LinkedIn. Like so many things in business, the numbers speak for themselves.

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