Town History in 3D: Vermont Students 3D Print Historical Buildings for High School Challenge

3DPrint.com

Coordinating a truly comprehensive statewide high school competition, several Vermont entities have obvious... View the entire article via our website. 3D printing has raised the bar for many processes — and that includes the world of competition — especially for students.

A1 Filament launches kickstarter for 3D printer filament

3D Printing Industry

The Vermont-based company claims not to be just another filament manufacturer and. 3D printing material company A1 Filament has launched its first ever Kickstarter. Materials 3D printer filament A1 Filament ABS Biocompostable Filament Filament kickstarter Kickstarter pla

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Massive Dimension releases pellet extruder for large-format 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

A Vermont-based large-format 3D printer and pellet technology specialist, Massive Dimension, has launched a pellet extruder for large-format 3D printing. Filament-based 3D printers are restricted due to the limited amount of material they can extrude to build a model. Therefore, making large (or massive) objects can take a considerable amount of time. A pellet extruder, […]. 3D Printing fused granular fabrication fused particle fabrication Massive Dimension

SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Contest Winners Design Device to Assist Veteran with His Favorite Pastime

Additive Manufacturing

Rutland, Vermont. Vermont Technical College. Randolph Center, Vermont. (SOUTHFIELD, Mich., and MINNEAPOLIS, July 12, 2018) — SME and Stratasys Ltd.

Integrating 3D Printing into K-8th Grade at CHUSD

Afinia

3D Printed Vermont Architecture and History. Several students from Cacciatore’s district recently participated in the 3D Vermont Architecture and History Olympiad. Lisa Cacciatore is the technology integration specialist at Castleton-Hubbardton Union School District.

Heading to Inside 3D Printing - New York

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

As I write this, I am jostling my way to New York, on the Amtrak Vermonter, for the Inside 3D Printing conference where I will be taking part in a panel discussion about 3D printing and education. But, today I hope to have my first real look at the new Cube 3 printer and all of the new printers announced a few months ago at CES. As mentioned previously, this blog will be expanded to include all of 3D System''s 3D printers in the under $10K category.

Holiday Planning Tips: #1 Communicate Material Cutoff Dates with Customers

Shapeways Blog

For example, if you’re sending your 3D products off to places like Buffalo, New York or Vermont in the U.S., With the holidays right around the corner, here’s one essential thing you must remember above all else: our material cutoff dates. From a survey we conducted this summer with our shop owners, we found that 87% of shop owners don’t communicate cutoff dates to customers.

GE to Build Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Pennsylvania

Additive Manufacturing

In Rutland, Vermont a $75 million investment to expand the site to allow GE Aviation to use advanced materials has led to more than $300 million in engine production savings. $32 Million Investment to Drive Best-In-Class Technology across GE Manufacturing.

MakerBot: The Oregon Pint Runneth Over

Additive Manufacturing

Eventually, they plan to offer glasses with a signature landmark in other states, including Washington, Vermont, California and Colorado. By Nicole Caputo, MakerBot Stories.

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

The Solidworks Blog

During our visit in Haiti, we were lucky to be hosted by Dr. Jack Long and Dr. Delight Wing; pediatricians who spend half the year working in Haiti with Partners in Health, and the other half in Vermont.

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GE Celebrates Grand Opening of First Additive Manufacturing Center in Pittsburgh

Additive Manufacturing

Facility represents $39M commitment to Pennsylvania and creates 50 jobs. Advanced manufacturing’s impact on the economy is $3.1T or 19% of US GDP. GE is ushering in a new era in manufacturing by merging hardware and software and reimagining how products are designed, made and serviced.

You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to be a rocket scientist

Thornburg Thoughts

This was tantamount to me asking if the fresh fish was any good, and, in response, being asked if I’d ever been to Vermont when the trees were in peak color. The title of this blog (while true) was triggered by a recent event that happened to me at the local Apple Store – the place that prides itself with having a genius bar. Far