Philippines: Department of Science and Technology Opens Additive Manufacturing Facility

3D printing continues to take hold in the Philippines, and government officials from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) are embracing technology with the unveiling of the first. 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing AMCen Department of Science and Technology Philippines 3D printingView the entire article via our website.

Philippines: Researchers Create 3D Printing App for Learning Braille

3D Printing 3D printing assistive technology Braille 3D printed models educational 3D printing Philippines visually impaired 3D printingTo lose one of your senses, or to be born without such faculties, means being left out of so much that society and culture have to offer—until your world is opened through another route like sign. View the entire article via our website.

CD-R King 3D Printer from Philippines

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It looks like some sort of K8200 clone or re-brandedimported machine from Philippines. It is sold for 100 000 Philippine Peso which is almost 2200 USD. On other hand, maybe it''s hard to import parts into Philippines. I have a filing that any Philippino interested in buying it could build a better printer for less money. Technical specifications: Linear ball bearings: 8 and 10 mm Technology: FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) for PLA and ABS Power supply: 15 V / 6.5 A max.

EXCLUSIVE: Lewis Grand Hotel Erects World’s First 3D Printed Hotel, Plans to Print Thousands of Homes in the Philippines Next

3D Design 3D Printing 3d house printer 3d printed concrete 3d printed homes 3d printed hotel 3d printed houses andrey rudenko concrete 3d printer exclusive house 3d printed large scale 3d printer lewis grand hotel lewis Yakich PhilippinesOver the past couple of years, we have really begun to see 3D printing make its way into the construction industry. While the technology has proven itself in the fabrication of small buildings, we... View the entire article via our website.

Additive Manufacturing Research Center to Open in the Philippines


New center in the Philippines will focus on advanced manufacturing. Image courtesy of EOS.). Read the whole entry. » » corporate

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DIMENSIONEXT: 3D Printing In The Philippines


3D Printing In The Philippines. In the beautiful Republic of the Philippines three dimensional printing is nascent and progressively emergent. There are two 3D printers available to produce prints for those who are yet to own a printer in the Philippines at the seoncd largest network makexyz. What is the 3D printing scene like in the Philippines? Labels: 3D Hubs , 3D Printer Store , Business , Makexyz , Philippines. Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH.

3D Print Entrepreneur Disappears in the Philippines


Lewis Yakich, 3D print entrepreneur in the Philippines, now missing. An entrepreneur pioneering a cost-effective. Read the whole entry. » » corporate

Philippines Researchers Sign Agreement to 3D Print Wind Pipes For Transplant

As we’ve mentioned only yesterday, the medical applications for 3D printing continue to expand rapidly. In fact, in the next 5 years alone, the number of printers will double and the amount of material used... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed trachea 3d printed windpipes medical 3d printing trachea windpipe

Filipino Architects at WTA Studios Present Stunning 3D Presentation of Manila’s Growth

3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed architecture 3d printed city 3d printed models manila Philippines WTA Architecture and Design Studio With the reliance of 3D models in architecture, 3D printing inserted itself into the field almost instantly, attracting architects and professionals already using traditional methods to produce tangible models for displaying urban and geographic... View the entire article via our website.

3D Printing News Briefs: June 20, 2017

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, we’re covering 3D printers and 3D printing pens, materials, software, business, and…the nuclear future of the Philippines? Mosaic Manufacturing launches. View the entire article via our website.

The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — September 5

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A Possibility of Over 300,000 Trillion 3D Printable Women’s Shoes? Yes, from Shoes of Prey

She was the wife of Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos, who held that title from 1965-1986. Does anyone remember the story of Imelda Marcos’ shoe collection? I was in high school when the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d print shoes 3d printed fashion 3d printed shoes 3d printing shoes custom shoes customized shoes shoes of prey

Simple Fume Extractor For Your 3D Printer

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Here is a simple DIY fume extractor for yor 3D printer developed by Bing Lastrilla from Philippines that he installed on his Flash Forge Creator Pro. It uses a few 3d printed parts, a simple plastic box, computer fan and a flexible hose (he used a washing machine hose) to lead out the fumes. All the files can be found at: [link]. chamber enclosure fumes

A 3D Printed H Quadcopter You Control with Your Android Phone

Instructables contributor and aspiring avionics student Timothy, who goes by “treyes4,” from Paranaque, Philippines... View the entire article via our website. So, you got a 3D printer for Christmas and now you’re ready to put your new toy through the rigors? 3D Design 3D Printing 3D printed H quadcopter 3D printed quadcopter 3d printing Android phone remote control Hobby King instructables Quadcopter The Next Bright Idea

3D Printed Monolithic Houses

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He also successfully 3d printed a hotel suite in the Philippines: Here you can see the process and comparison to human builders: He is well known for his 3d printed concrete castle: His homepage with much more information: [link] PS: I like the technology, but 3d printing is not a solution to housing crisis in my opinion. Andrey Rudenko developed his own concrete 3d printer in the garage. It has a gantry motion and extrudes concrete paste combined in the optimal mixture.

Philippine Department of Science and Technology opens Advanced Manufacturing Center


The Philippines' Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is set to unveil the country’s first Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMCen) which they plan to develop innovative 3D printing technologies, processes, and materials. 3D Printing Company

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

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YouTube’s smartphone apps in India, the Philippines, and Indonesia already have a feature that allows users to store and play back videos, even if their phones are offline. 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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However, only Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana and the Philippines have mobile financial services adoption rates above 10%, according to the World Economic Forum. 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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3D Printers Lend a Helping Hand to VA Occupational Therapists

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Newton worried what would happen if he lost or damaged the next orthotic while far from the VA hospital (he often volunteers in the Philippines). Last year, Stratasys and the VA Center for Innovation partnered to install 3D printers in 5 Veterans Administration hospitals across the country. These 3D printers have already been a catalyst for multiple healthcare innovations.

3D Printers Lend a Helping Hand to VA Occupational Therapists

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Newton worried what would happen if he lost or damaged the next orthotic while far from the VA hospital (he often volunteers in the Philippines). Last year, Stratasys and the VA Center for Innovation partnered to install 3D printers in 5 Veterans Administration hospitals across the country. These 3D printers have already been a catalyst for multiple healthcare innovations.

SIA Engineering Company and Stratasys to Form Additive Manufacturing Joint Venture

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The 25 ventures with original equipment manufacturers and strategic partners in Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, United States and Vietnam increase the depth and breadth of the Company’s service offerings. SINGAPORE — February 08, 2018 — ( BUSINESS WIRE ) — Mainboard-listed SIA Engineering Company Limited (“ SIAEC ”) and Stratasys Ltd.

Defense Department’s Globalization of Supply Chain…

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In the early 1990s, most commercial parts were still being made in the United States, with some outsourcing to the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Singapore, so this change was pretty safe. We are not even safe to have parts sourced in Taiwan, South Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, or Vietnam. “Defense Department’s Globalization of Supply Chain Threatens our National Security” By Michele Nash-Hoff, Saving US Manufacturing.

Israeli dentists seek partnership with Philippines to promote 3D printed implants


One of the most promising areas for 3D printing within healthcare is in the field of dentistry. That is, the technology is not only being used by renegade DIY orthodontists, but dentists all over the world have started integrating 3D printers and other 3D technologies into their practices.

Richards SolidWorks Blog: What a Nice Feeling - Typepad

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I was very pleasantly surprised when one of them was sent to me by a students teacher from the Philippines. But when you get a call for help from a student (I have had many of these lately) from faraway places like the Philippines, Switzerland, Lebanon, Chile and Texas, I stop everything in order to focus my efforts upon the needs of that young person. Richards SolidWorks Blog. Richard Williams. About Me. Contact Me. Categories. Analysis. Current Affairs. Designing without limits.

GE-19 Tech Stories From 2015 You Should Know About

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Philippine farmers in Bacolor, Pampanga, just north of the capital Manila, have plenty of grassy land to grow cattle, but the town’s meat factory needs electricity to process the beef and send it to market. By Dec 26, 2015 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports. There were many tech stories that caught our eye in 2015. Here are 19 examples that either touch on GE technology and research or received funding from the company.

Companies Tiptoe Back Toward ‘Made in the U.S.A.’

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Mr. Yanov, who joined Thorley in 2012, had spent two decades at a company that made medical devices, a job that involved overseeing factories in China and the Philippines. By James R. Hagerty and Mark Magnier, Wall Street Journal. For years, the U.S. has ceded more and more of its manufacturing to low-cost corners of the global economy. Some firms now want to come home.

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Filipino students develop 3D printed trachea using stem cells from patients


While studies on 3D bio-printing are usually done in multimillion dollar laboratories by award-winning professors, students from the Philippines show that it doesn’t have to be that way. For a team of students from the Technological Institute of the Philippines have successfully constructed a ‘bioreactor’ capable of 3D printing an artificial trachea (or windpipe).

Trade War Casualties: Factories Shifting Out Of China

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We run production runs in India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, and Mexico right now. By Kenneth Rapoza, Contributor, Forbes. Supply chains starting to shift at a faster pace as companies look to avoid tariffs. . China-based manufacturers were already in the process of moving to lower-cost Southeast Asia. Now that trade tariffs have been enacted on at least $50 billion worth of goods, and another $200 billion likely by summer’s end, they are shifting their supply chain.

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Let’s Recap, shall we…

Rants and Raves Without Rhyme or Reason

To the Philippines, about North Korea: [link]. One last reminder before election day. Don’t forget, this is what happens when you vote Republican. Many of the points I make below specifically involve Donald Trump, because even though he’s not in this election himself, every Republican who is on the ballot is directly responsible for encouraging, supporting, and covering up his actions. The only way he can be checked is to elect a Democratic congress.

Aerospace: Powder-Bed-Based Laser Melting with Metals (LaserCUSING®)

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Koreasat-7 is set to go into orbit in 2017 at position 116º East in order to provide coverage for South Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia and India. Thales Alenia Space and Poly-Shape SAS build Europe’s largest qualified 3D metal printed part for satellites. LaserCUSING from Concept Laser in satellite technology. Topology-optimized XXL part: Koreasat-5A and 7 as a milestone for additive 3D metal printing.

Last American Baseball Glove Maker Refuses to Die

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It should be in the Philippines, or Vietnam, maybe China. By Andrew Mayeda, Bloomberg News. New Equipment Digest. How is a niche manufacturer of baseball gloves in northern Texas still hanging on? Good ol’ American grit. This little brick factory isn’t supposed to be here. Not here, in the heart of Texas. Baseball gloves, like many other things, aren’t really made in America anymore. In the 1960s, production shifted to Asia and never came back.

Lewis Grand Hotel teams with Andrey Rudenko to develop world first 3D printed hotel, planning construction of homes


But today, another team has jumped to the head of the pack, as the innovation-minded Lewis Grand Hotel in the Philippines, owned by entrepreneur Lewis Yakich, has begun work on a massive 3D printed expansion of the hotel. Over the past two years or so, a very exciting race has been ongoing in the construction world: Who can be the first to develop a commercially viable concrete 3D printer capable of making homes?