Was the Gun Used to Kill a Rhode Island Woman 3D Printed or Not?

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3D Printed Guns 3D Printing Featured Stories 3d print gun 3d printed gun 3d printed weapon murder case news Rhode IslandThe topic of 3D printed guns has long been an intensely controversial issue. There are plenty of industry professionals who believe that 3D printed guns are not nearly as big of. The post Was the. View the entire article via our website.

3DPonics Space-Gardening System — Company Teams With Rhode Island STEM Center

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3D Printing 3d printed hydroponics 3dponics nasa Rhode Island STEM CenterThe 3DPonics simple version for making a gardening system falls into our ‘must-have, gotta try this’ category. Not only does 3D printing lend innovation and affordability to this technique of gardening, it offers tremendous... View the entire article via our website.

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3D Hubs Makes Stops in Paris, London, Freiburg and Rhode Island This Week – Partners with 3DPrint.com

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d hubs 3d hubs events 3d printing events 3dhubs freiburg 3d printing london 3d printing paris 3d printing rhode island 3d printing3D Hubs has quickly become the goto source for companies and individuals who don’t have their own 3D printers at their disposal. Over the course of the past 2 years or so, they have... View the entire article via our website.

3D Systems Teams with 5 Artists to 3D Print Incredible Ceramic Sculptures

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3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing 3d clay printer 3d printed art 3d printed ceramics 3d systems art art exhibit cerajet cerajet 3d printer ceramic 3d printing clay 3d printing Rhode Island Rhode Island School of Design There are so many materials available now-a-days to 3D print with.

Degrade On Demand: Brown University Researchers Create Dynamic 3D Printing Biomaterials

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We’ve seen 3D printable biomaterials before, but never any like the ones engineers at Rhode Island-based Brown University have been working on. They have developed a technique to make 3D. View the entire article via our website.

Stratasys Reseller, R&D Technologies, Named the Fastest-Growing Technology Company in Rhode Island

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Nasdaq:SSYS), a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced that its reseller R&D Technologies , has been named the fastest-growing technology company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News. Providence Business News ranks companies in Rhode Island that demonstrate sales growth percentage for three consecutive years. “We R&D Technologies posted a 482 percent increase in sales for three consecutive years.

3D Printed Origami Device Safely Traps Soft-Bodied Sea Creatures for Study

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3D Printing Science & Technology 3d printed actuator 3d printed rover 3D printed trap City University of New York CUNY dodecahedron harvard university Jellyfish journal article marine science octopus origami and 3d printing RAD research paper Science Robotics Sea Life squid underwater University of Rhode IslandMany 3D printing applications and innovations, like self-folding objects, robots, and face masks, have been inspired by the Japanese paper folding art of origami.

An International Team of 80 Uses SOLIDWORKS to Design Lifesaving Medical Devices

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We began Project Firefly with a team of students from the MIT and Rhode Island School of Design team in the Product Design and Development class. We are happy to report that we have received a top notch prototype and SOLIDWORKS database from another fantastic MIT and Rhode Island School of Design team. SOLIDWORKS Design That Matters DtM MIT MTTS Pelican Pelican pulse oximeter Rhode Island School of Design SOLIDWORKS 2015

Researchers Create Smart Composite Material from Graphene Oxide and Seaweed-Derived Alginate

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But a team of researchers from Brown University in Rhode Island, which is well-versed in. Usually when I think about seaweed, I’m trying to decide which particular sushi roll to order at dinner. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials alginate Brown University composite material graphene graphene oxide hybrid material journal article research paper seaweed smart materials stereolithography

DIMENSIONEXT: Toy Time Turns Tech Terrific As 3D Systems Team.

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The Rhode Island-based toy company Hasbro announced a partnership with 3D Systems on Friday to "co-develop, co-venture and deliver new immersive, creative play experiences powered by 3D printing for children and their families later this year." Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH. PRINTEREST. ABOUT. Toy Time Turns Tech Terrific As 3D Systems Team With Hasbro. Toy Time Turns Tech Terrific As 3D Systems Team With Hasbro.

NanoSteel’s New Metal Powders Deliver on Strength and Durability for Many Industries

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Providence, Rhode Island-based NanoSteel does exactly as its name implies: it designs nano-structured steel materials. Now, it has made available its first powders for 3D printing/additive. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials additive manufacturing binder jetting 3d printer BLDRmetal materials metal powder nanosteel

3D Printing – Shared Spaces R&D Tax Credit 3D Printer Opportunities

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For instance, the Rhode Island School. Shared office spaces are one of the tech industry’s highest growth areas. WeWork, the industry leader, has over 100,000 seats available to tech workers. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3D printer tax credits 3d printing office 3D printing tax credits co-working spaces research and development tax credit shared space tax credits

Researchers Use A Fiery Robot To 3D Print Glass

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Researchers at Virginia Tech and the Rhode Island School of Design have created a system and lab for research into glass printing. Glass printing is, as you can imagine, a pretty heady process. It requires a lot of heat and a lot of luck and a general acceptance that your print will look awful simply because the glass will cool unevenly. Once you get over all of those things, however, you’re ready to rock and roll.

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An Experiment in Ceramic Art - HIFire RESolutions: 3D Printing in Clay

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In January 2014, the ceramics team at 3D Systems was contacted by Kate Blacklock from Rhode Island School of Design, and let in on her idea to exhibit a show of 3D printed ceramic sculptures. The results can be seen at the Chazan Gallery in HIfire RESolutions: 3D Printing in Clay , a group exhibition with works by Kate Blacklock (curator), Jonathan Bonner , Chris Gustin , Tayo Heuser and Andrew Raftery , from March 19- April 3, 2015, in Providence, Rhode Island

3D printing helps inventors design accessories for a “smart” fridge

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First prize for the Icebox Challenge went to the Odor-Eating HotSpot by Kurt Hamel of Providence, Rhode Island. I’m female. I own a refrigerator. And you could say that I have an attitude when it comes to trying to put “intelligence” into my fridge. What on Earth for? I’m a consumer as well as an engineer, and I’m not convinced that I need a fridge sending me messages. (I I get enough email.).

Insulated Connectors Excel in Harsh Climate Conditions…

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The company has factories and a research complex in Bradenton, Florida, and a factory and engineering center in Warwick, Rhode Island. “Insulated Connectors Excel in Harsh Climate Conditions, Manufacturer Says” Featured in Design-2-Part Magazine. BRADENTON, Fla.—ETCO

Shapeways EDU Fall 2016 Grant Winners!

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Cliff Weitzman – Brown University, Rhode Island. We are pleased to announce the Fall 2016 EDU Grant Winners. The Shapeways EDU Grant provides $1000 in printing support, awarded twice a year to university-level students and professors whose proposals push the boundaries of 3D printing materials and technology. This fall’s grant recipients are: Wooyeon Byun – Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.

Rhode Island artist recreates the classic zoetrope animation device with his 3D printer

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This article Rhode Island artist recreates the classic zoetrope animation device with his 3D printer is first published at 3ders.org. While 3D printing is in every way a futuristic technology that enables everyone to look forward, it’s always important to remember how long the road of scientific progress really is.

Structural Analysis Engineer: The New Summer Lifeguard

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I grew up near the French Mediterranean coast so sun and water are a home from home for me and now that I live in Rhode Island water everywhere. We are in the dog days of summer here in New England and when the heat gets oppressive the only one place to be, out on the water. This year my wife got me this nice large canoe for my birthday, so the entire family can go on water borne adventures, including our two daughters, ages 6 and 9.

Moment of Truth in Designing a Differentiated Product

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The MP3 player wasn’t a new thing when the iPod came out, nor was the iPhone the first smart phone,” observes John Maeda, Design Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and former president of the Rhode Island School of Design. This post originally appeared at Core 77.

ASTM-Dr. Brent Stucker of 3DSIM Joins ASTM International Board of Directors

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He has also been recognized with the prestigious DINO Award from the Additive Manufacturing Users Group for his contributions to selective laser sintering technology in 2005, the University of Rhode Island Outstanding Research Award in 2000 and the Albert E. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., January 8, 2015—Brent Stucker , Ph.D.,

A Strong Case for 3D Printing: R&D Technologies Helps an Active Child with Diabetes Stay Active

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a Stratasys reseller and Rhode Island-based 3D printing service bureau, after discovering a 3D CAD file of a device online that would safely secure her son’s Dexcom G4 monitor and cellular phone. Katherine Tokarski’s 10 year-old son was born with Type 1 Diabetes, a disease which requires extensive glucose monitoring. The Tokarski family carefully tracks their son’s levels with the help of a device called the Dexcom G4.

NanoSteel Demonstrates Breakthrough in Additive-Manufactured Wear Materials

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Providence, Rhode Island 02903. High-hardness ferrous metal matrix products now achievable through a one-step 3D-printing process. PROVIDENCE, R.I. Wednesday, September 24th, 2014) – The NanoSteel® Company , a leader in nanostructured steel materials design, today announced the successful expansion of the company’s engineered powders business into additive manufacturing.

Designing for the Medical Device Industry: The Future – Connected Health

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It’s fascinating,” shares Aidan Petrie, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Ximedica, a medical product development company headquartered in Rhode Island. Initially posted by CORE77. With the explosion of wearable technology and legislation like the Affordable Care Act, the medical product industry is rapidly evolving.

EASTEC-Skilled Labor Facts and Trends

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Rhode Island manufacturers employ 40,700, or 10 percent, of the state’s workforce. Rhode Island experienced an increase of 1,000 manufacturing jobs in 2013. American manufacturers are increasingly finding that prospective workers do not have the skill set required to perform necessary job functions, such as basic math and computer abilities.

3D-Printed Car: More Than Just High-Tech Transportation

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Presper Eckert in Pennsylvania, according to the University of Rhode Island. Blog post contributed by community member Brian Wilkins . In 1979, there were 19.5 million U.S. manufacturing jobs, the most in the country’s history, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That represented 22 percent of all nonfarm jobs at the time. Today there are only 12.3 million U.S.

Polyamide 3D Printing at Its Best: Solving David Pitcher’s 3D-Printed Puzzles

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After studying at the Rhode Island School for Design and working as a creator on everything from holograms to light fixtures and store displays, David Pitcher never stops creating intricate block puzzles among other inventions. Do you want to learn how to 3D print your own puzzles? Meet designer David Pitcher and get inspired by his inventiveness and his 3D printing expertise. Challenge accepted? Crazy Daisy puzzle by David Pitcher.

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Electric, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles: Podcast Part II

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Fabien is based in Rhode Island in the United States and has been working on Transportation and Mobility topics for over a decade. Here in Providence, Rhode Island, we have both now we have all those red electric bikes everywhere. Our podcast series continues with a focus on the challenges of designing Electric, Connected and Autonomous cars of the future in Part 2 of our Transportation and Mobility (T&M) series. Are you ready for the future of driving?

Confluent Medical Technologies Provides $100,000 Gift to Colorado School of Mines to Advance Additive Manufacturing

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With manufacturing facilities in Fremont, California, Sunnyvale, California, Laguna Niguel, California, Warwick, Rhode Island, and San Jose, Costa Rica, Confluent Medical Technologies has a proven 20-year track record of partnering with the medical device community and delivering high-quality medical devices. FREMONT, Calif.–September

Design that Matters Saves Newborn Lives with Help from SOLIDWORKS

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The team of MIT and Rhode Island School of Design students who generated DtM’s first Pelican pulse oximeter concept using SOLIDWORKS as part of their Product Design and Development class. Design that Matters is a non-profit that uses the power of design to find the best opportunities for technology to have a massive impact serving the poor in developing countries. We use SOLIDWORKS in every part of our design process.

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Disposing of the disposable economy

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It could continue, but without closing the loop of the circular economy it isn’t feasible,” says Manbir Sodhi, engineering professor at the University of Rhode Island in the U.S. The modern economy’s cycle of production, use and disposal—also known as the churn model —is under strain. “It But the alternative supply chain—which involves repairing, recycling or disassembling as part of the circular economy —can’t match the current system’s economies of scale for creating new products.

Boston Festival of Indie Games : 3D printing boardgame Round Up

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After testing the pieces, we brought them to our caster in Rhode Island for Step Four. This weekend I attended the Boston Festival of Indie Games. Independent game designers exhibited a huge array of both tabletop and digital games. In the tabletop exhibition area I was lucky enough to meet designers who are using 3D printing with Shapeways to create gorgeous 3D printed game pieces. Here are two of my favorites and what they had to say about their games and 3D Printing!

Design that Matters Goes from Inspiration to Sketch in One Easy Step

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Our MIT and Rhode Island School of Design student team and DtM Designer Will Harris both used SOLIDWORKS to explore a variety of clip-on forms. Design that Matters (DtM) is a non-profit that uses the power of design to find the best opportunities for technology to have a massive impact serving the poor in developing countries. You may have already learned about us from the SOLIDWORKS blog or November Webinar.

Non-Profit Design that Matters Prints 3D Models that Communicate Across Cultures

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She used our newborn doll to try the 3D-printed Pelican concept developed by our MIT and Rhode Island School of Design Student team. Design that Matters (DtM) is a non-profit based in Salem, MA that uses the power of design to find the best opportunities for technology to have a massive impact serving the poor in developing countries. You may have already learned about us from the SOLIDWORKS blog or November Webinar.

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Designer Spotlight: Colin Wiencek and His Hybrid Furniture

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When I was at the Rhode Island School of Design , 3D printers were just starting to become available and you had to seek them out. Furniture designer Colin Wiencek’s early explorations of 3D printing led to his Trico Table , an elegant combination of wood, tempered glass, and 3D printed bronze connectors. Here, Colin talks about the role 3D printing plays in his design and production processes, and his dream of making fully 3D printed furniture.

NASA-Students Selected for Winning Designs of 3-D Printed Tools for Astronauts

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Logan Castaldo, East Greenwich, Rhode Island – Rope of Usefulness (semifinalist). John Humpherys, Treasure Island, Florida – Handy Helper (semifinalist). NASA Release. NASA , January 30, 2015-After three months of designing and modeling, a panel of judges from NASA, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation (ASME) and Made In Space Inc. have selected the winners of the Future Engineers 3-D Printing in Space Tool Challenge.

GE-19 Tech Stories From 2015 You Should Know About

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A company in Rhode Island started building America’s first offshore wind farm. 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. They stretch from the depths of the human genome to edge of the solar system. Take a look: Photo courtesy of GE.

NanoSteel-Engineered Iron-based Alloy Powders for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Applications Requiring High Hardness and Wear Resistance

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The NanoSteel Company , with corporate headquarters in Providence, Rhode Island, fabricates proprietary nano-structured steel material designs including sheet metal, powder metals, surface coatings and foils. In 2014, NanoSteel announced it was expanding its engineered powder business to include additive manufacturing (AM). As a demonstration, the company produced a fully dense crack-free part using a proprietary high-hardness metal alloy.

DIMENSIONEXT: The Art Of 3D Printing: From STEM to STEAM.

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In 2011, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) worked with Rep. Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH. PRINTEREST. ABOUT. The Art Of 3D Printing: From STEM to STEAM Education. The Art Of 3D Printing: From STEM to STEAM Education. The Arts. To some this subject raises ideas of a leisure activities for the retired, something that infants do with crayons, and modern Art installations which they find to be both a waste of money and time.

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When a Medical Part Requires a New Process

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He then founded Putnam Plastics in 1984 in eastern Connecticut, near the border of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. “I’m By Mark Langlois, Design-2-Part magazine. Two suppliers to the medical device industry—a custom extruder and a micro-injection molder—have developed innovative techniques to tackle tough parts manufacturing challenges.

$5K Vitae Industries AutoCompounder can 3D print personalized drugs in 10 minutes

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Rhode Island startup Vitae Industries has developed a 3D printer that can print pharmaceutical pills and gummies. The AutoCompounder 3D printer can make these drugs in a third of the time it takes to fill capsules by hand. 3D Printers

Hinckleys new fully electric Dasher yacht features titanium 3D printed hardware and detailing

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Hinckley, a Rhode Island-based yacht manufacturer, recently unveiled what it is calling the world’s first “fully electric luxury yacht.” Called Dasher, the eco-friendly and innovative boat also integrates some specially designed metal 3D printed components. 3D Printing Application

Glass Robotics Lab pioneers robot-based glass 3D printing

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Now, Virginia Tech and the Rhode Island School of Design are looking to take advanced glass manufacturing even further, through the nation’s first Collaborative Glass Robotics Laboratory. While the list of 3D printable materials seems to be ever expanding, one traditional manufacturing material has so far remained particularly difficult to tame.