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

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

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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Raytheon Missile Systems gets defense contract

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based is Tucson Arizona, has been awarded the $523 million contract by the Department of Defense. Raytheon Missile Systems Co., Raytheon have previously incorporated 3D. 3D Printing Department of Defense DoD Military missiles Raytheon

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

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).

Reshoring Trend Continues

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The award winner will be announced on March 8, 2019, at the MFG Meeting in Tucson, AZ. By: Harry Moser, Reshoring Initiative. Featured on Metal Forming .

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.