Couple Creates 3D Printed Miniature “Army” of Tucson-Area Residents

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Teresa and Rudy Flores of Mosca Roja Studio in Tucson, Arizona wondered what would happen if they assembled an “army” of creative people–musicians, writers, magicians, artists, fire spinners, poets and more–and their mission was... View the entire article via our website.

3D Printed Bone Scaffolds Could Heal Devastating Injuries

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Svizek, a scientist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, has received a five-year, $2 million grant from the United States Department of Defense to launch a. John A. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed bone 3d printed bone replacement 3d printed implants 3d printed scaffolds University of Arizona

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Vector Space Systems Launches Test Flight of Vector-R Rocket, Featuring 3D Printed Engine Injector

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Almost a year ago, commercial launch provider Vector Space Systems, which was founded by the original SpaceX team and based in Tucson, successfully launched its P20 sub-orbital satellite prototype, View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3D printed injector 3D printed rocket components 3d printed rocket parts additive manufacturing commercial launch grant microsatellite nasa rocket launch Vector Space Systems Vector-R

“Things to do” while in Phoenix, AZ (after SOLIDWORKS World 2015)

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Old Tucson Studios. Tucson Zoological Society. Southwest is always a great place to visit. Around the time of SOLIDWORKS World 2015, temperatures are usually in the low 70’s (low 20’s Celsius). Not bad, especially if you are travelling from places where Feburary temperatures average in the 30’s (circa 0 degree Celsius). So, here’s a look at some of the fun available in Phoenix, AZ after (or before), while you happen to be in town. Amusement/Theme Parks.

[Podcast] How One Teacher is Changing mindsets, One Student at a Time, with STEM

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My name is Cesar Gutierrez I teach drafting and design and precision manufacturing desert View High School, Tucson, Arizona. So we come from Tucson, Arizona, in the area where we’re at, and the south side of Tucson, it’s it’s a little bit more than high poverty area. But they’re now starting to look at Tucson because of the features that we have, because of the students that we have.

Calling in Sick

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Jeong-Yeol Yoon , professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering and biomedical engineering at the University of Arizona in Tucson, has found “a whole new way of doing PCR” utilizing interfacial effects, that’s cheaper, easier and much faster—the whole process takes less than 10 minutes. Written by Catherine Bolgar. One day, your phone might detect that you have cancer and alert your doctor. It’s among the new diagnostics being developed to spot health problems faster.

UA scientist gets $2M DoD grant to regrow long bone segments using 3D printing

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Szivek, PhD, a scientist at the UA College of Medicine in Tucson. No current clinical treatments provide an ideal long?term term solution for repair of long bone segment defects. But John A. 3D Printing Applications

Vector successfully tests Vector-R launch vehicle with 3D printed injector component

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Vector, a Tucson, Arizona-based space startup, has successfully launched a prototype of its Vector-R launch vehicle, which features 3D printed parts. The test, which was completed on May 3 near Mohave, California, is reportedly the first of many, as Vector prepares to become one of the first space companies to offer low-cost micro satellite vehicles and launches. 3D Printing Application

Entirely 3D printed missiles on the horizon, says Raytheon Missile Systems president

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Engineers at the Raytheon design site (Tucson, Arizona) are experimenting with 3D printed missile components. While additive manufacturing is currently being used to “hollow out” certain components, the American defense contractor believes that it could someday 3D print an entire missile. 3D Printing Applications