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.

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.

URI students 3D print at sea with the Formlabs Form 2

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Four ocean engineering students from the University of Rhode Island (URI) have used a Form 2 SLA 3D printer to demonstrate the capabilities of 3D printing at sea. Transport Allison Redington Grady Bolan Josh Allder National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Okeanos Explorer Sean Nagle Stephen Licht University of Rhode Island

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 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.

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.

Hinckley Creates Its Lightest, First Fully Electric Luxury Yacht with Fake Wood and 3D Printed Titanium Components

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This week, Rhode Island-based yacht builder Hinckley Co., 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing 3d metal printing 3D printed boat parts 3D printed console 3D printed hardware 3D printed metal components 3d printed titanium 3D printed titanium components 3D printed yacht 3D printing titanium carbon fiber Dasher yacht electric vehicles Hinckley luxury boating luxury boats Rhode Island titanium titanium 3d printing weight reduction yacht

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. 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.

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

Reebok’s 3D printed shoe line dashes into production

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To further their additive manufacturing ambitions, Reebok recently opened a Rhode Island facility where 3D printed shoes will be made. Boston headquartered shoe company Reebok and its materials provider BASF have released new details about its Liquid Factory sneaker 3D printing technology. A new kind of shoe Back in 2016, Reebok and BASF teamed up to create […]. Sports 3d printed shoes BASF 3D Printing Solutions Reeboks

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.

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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.

Glass Robotics Lab 3D Prints Glass with Robots

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Extruder manufacturer Micron3DP has teased their own studies into the process and Virginia Tech and the Rhode Island School of Design have demonstrated the ability to 3D print glass, as well, launching the Collaborative Glass Robotics Laboratory. By Michael Molitch-Hou.

Noguera’s Nuke is a 3D Printed Electric Ukelele Even I Can Make

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As the culmination of his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Nuke is an exercise in streamlined design specifically for desktop manufacturing, a functional object that can be made by even the most inexperienced Makers with access to relatively small printers.… By Michael Molitch-Hou.

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

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?

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.,

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.

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

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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.

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.

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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?

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.