Wisconsin: Zero Barrier Labs is Trying to Make Metal 3D Printing 17 Times Cheaper


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Recent Survey Shows…The Majority of Wisconsin Manufacturers Are Not Using Robotics—Or 3D Printing—Yet


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Wisconsin-Based Mitchell Metal Products Wins First…

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Wisconsin-Based Mitchell Metal Products Wins First National Reshoring Award” By Beth Lawrence, Content & Media Manager, DGS Marketing Engineers. In 2016, the company manufactured a cultivator handle subassembly product, increasing the production volume from 4,500 made overseas to 30,000 made in Wisconsin. “We We are proud to be delivering high-quality products to our customers and creating good jobs here in Wisconsin.

Fused Form Develops Colombia’s First Large-Format Pellet 3D Printer


Colombian-based 3D printer manufacturer Fused Form has introduced a new large-format pellet extrusion 3D printing system. The FF Pellet 600+ is the first commercially available industrial pellet. View the entire article via our website.

Researchers Use 3D Printing to Create Super-Strong Material


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3D Printing Error-Proof Fixtures Help Put the Blind Community to Work


The stated goal of Wisconsin’s Beyond Vision is to help the vision-impaired community find sustained and fulfilling job opportunities that can help them be more independent and financially support themselves. 3D Design 3D Printing Business 3d printed assistive device 3d printed assistive devices 3d printed blind assistive device assistive devices Beyond Vision Graphics Systems Corporation Poka-Yoke stratasys Wisconsin

3D Printed Musical Notation Makes Reading Music Easier for Visually Impaired


3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing 3D printed musical notation Professor Jessica Johnson Tactile Stave Notation University of Wisconsin Yeaji KimWhenever I hear a story about how 3D printing is being used to help people who have limiting physical conditions of some kind, I always think that this one is my favorite story. Take... View the entire article via our website.

3D Printing News Briefs: June 25, 2019


Recently, HP released its sustainable impact report for 2018, which is the first item we’ll tell you about in our 3D Printing News Briefs. Then it’s on to more good. View the entire article via our website.

Techniplas Moving Towards Digitization, Establishing New 3D Printing Business Unit for Rapid Tooling Development


Automotive injection molder Technicplas LLC, headquartered in Wisconsin, provides custom injection molding for customers all over the world, and the company recently made a big step in its move to. View the entire article via our website.

R&D Tax Credits for 3D Printing HVAC Systems


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MIT 3D Scanning Solution Uses Low-Cost Kinect to Produce High-Resolution Imaging of a Tyrannosaurus Rex Called Sue


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P2P Foundation Conducts First Survey of 3D Printing Community

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UWM Students Complete Coursework & Win Competition While Making 3D Printed Prosthetic Leg Coverings for Veterans


3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed arms 3d printed hands 3D printed prosthetic leg covers 3d printed prosthetics e-nable enabling the future frankie flood Infymakers challenge Next Step University of Wisconsin MilwaukeeAfter years of helping those in need around the world, providing a bountiful supply of 3D printed hands and arms, e-NABLE volunteers are branching out even further. Whether limbs have been lost due. View the entire article via our website.

Why Choose Advanced Design Concepts (ADC)?

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3D Printed Running Shoes to Improve Olympic Athlete Performance

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Octowatch Pebble Smartwatch App

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Jason Gullickson from Wisconsin developed a small app for the Pebble smartwatch that enables you to monitor your 3d printer remotely via Octoprint API. Get it at: https://github.com/jjg/octowatch Hackaday.io page: https://hackaday.io/project/164-octowatch. project/164-octowatch. app smartphone watch wearable

Ashley Furniture Uses 3D Printing & Robotics in Manufacturing Processes


Founded in 2005, Wisconsin-headquartered Ashley Furniture is a company known globally, beginning in 1970 with 35 employees, and growing now to over 900 stores. Ashley facilities manufacture over. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printing and automation 3d printing and robotics Ashley Furniture Formlabs Form 2 3D printer industrial 3d printing

Apple supplier Foxconn says it will build big Wisconsin factory

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Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturer that makes electronics for Apple and other tech companies, is coming to Wisconsin. The firm will invest $10 billion in Wisconsin to build a new manufacturing plant that produces LCD panels. The project will create 13,000 new jobs and should be completed by 2020, according to Wisconsin Gov. This right here shows actual results,” said Ryan, a Republican who represents Wisconsin. By Seth Fiegerman and Julia Horowitz, CNN Tech.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Names Technical Competition Winners

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From 17 entries displayed at the annual AMUG Conference, a panel of industry veterans selected Erika Berg of Carbon, Maddie Frank of the University of Wisconsin, and Bill Braune of Met-L-Flo as the winners of the competition. Featured News 3D-Squared Additive Manufacturing Users Group AMUG Andrew Allshorn Bill Braune Carbon Daniel Michalski DustRam LLC Erika Berg Ford Motor Company Jack King Maddie Frank Mark Barfoot Met-L-Flo Technical Competition University of Wisconsin

Autonomous Drone Solutions Provider Apollo Robotics is Latest Techniplas Open Innovation Partner


Wisconsin-based Techniplas, with locations in Switzerland and California, is a global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services, and has been doggedly pursuing 3D printing. View the entire article via our website. 3D Scanning Business 3d model 3d printing event Apollo Robotics artificial intelligence autonomous drone CES 2019 digitization LIDAR Open Innovation Program survey Techniplas thermal camera

3D Printing for iPhone 5 Cases

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3D Systems Corporation Displays Emerging Technology at IMTS 2012

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International Manufacturing Technology Show international tech show international technology manufacturing technology Manufacturing Technology Show McCormick Place Pewaukee ProJet ProJet 3500 Rapid Prototyping rapid prototyping milwaukee Wisconsin ZPrinters In a press release on September 6, 3D Systems Corporationannounced that it will be showcasing its comprehensive 3D content-to-print portfolio at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) this week.

Advanced Design Concepts Expands Injection Molding Services

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Experimental Aircraft Association Members Can Now Access SOLIDWORKS Software for Free


Oshkosh, Wisconsin is the headquarters of a community of people who love flying, aircraft, and everything to do with them. The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) was formed over 60 years ago by. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Software Business 3dexperience 3DEXPERIENCE 3D Software Platform Dassault Systèmes Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Graphics Systems Corporation mysolidworks solidworks

Nano Dimension Joins Techniplas Open Innovation Program, Will Use DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer for Automotive Applications


Global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services Techniplas, headquartered in Wisconsin, brings 3D printing companies together to offer benefits from their shared. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business 3d electronics printing 3d printing electronics 3D printing PCBs automotive 3D printing CES 2018 DragonFly 2020 Pro electrically conductive innovation center Nano Dimension Open Innovation Program partnership Techniplas

Middle Schoolers Create Awesome 3D Printed Prosthetic ‘Spiderman’ Hand for 5-Year-Old

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Peter Graven teaches 8th grade at a school in Wisconsin. He also had an idea. He wanted his students to use their new 3D printing printer to do something great. So, with a lot of determination and donors to help purchase more 3D printers, Graven and his middle schoolers decided to team up with e-Nable and work to create a real, working prosthetic hand that could be used by a child in need.

Made in America – Fox Valley Spring Co. (WI)

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The Fox Valley Spring Company has been manufacturing springs since 1989 in their state-of-the-art 53,000 square foot facility in Greenville (Appleton) Wisconsin. The Fox Valley Spring Company is another preferred American supplier of contract manfacturing services you will find only at a Design-2-Part tradeshow at [link]. With their automated computer controlled spring coilers, they are able to manufacture complex springs for any application.

Walmart commits $250 billion to American-made goods

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Quinn will provide an update on the initiative during a break-out session at the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership’s Manufacturing Matters! billion annually with suppliers in Wisconsin and supports 68,000 supplier jobs in the state, according to the company. Wisconsin is a state with a great work ethic and a long history of understanding manufacturing,” Quinn said. He noted that one of Walmart’s major Wisconsin suppliers is Kimberly-Clark Corp.,

5 3D Prints That Will Strike A Chord With You


This is why a University of Wisconsin at Madison music students, William Aquite and Kim Yeaji, decided to make a difference with 3D printing by improving the process of reading sheet music for people with visual impairments.

Microsoft Surface and SOLIDWORKS Transform how Ringbrothers Build Hot Rods

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Ringbrothers hails from small-town Wisconsin to take the keynote stage and showcase how they used SOLIDWORKS on a Surface Book 2 and Surface Studio to redesign, recreate and rebuild a 1972 AMC Javelin. Ringbrothers is an automotive restoration company in Spring Green, Wisconsin specializing in customized auto parts and restoration of classic vehicles. Start your engines, folks. The Microsoft Surface team is ready to roll on the ground here in Los Angeles for SOLIDWORKS World 2018.

Putting the ‘smart’ in manufacturing

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By Silke Schmidt, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Phys.org. “Although smartphones and tablets are ubiquitous, many of the companies that make our everyday consumer products still rely on paper trails and manually updated spreadsheets to keep track of their production processes and delivery schedules,” says Leyuan Shi, a professor of industrial and systems engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

On Post-HQ2 despair…

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Wisconsin’s 2017 Foxconn coup seems less certain to be a boon, with total government subsidies rising to $4.1b The blog is back! Yes, I’ve said this before.) Let’s start with something tangentially related to IP… high tech jobs. Like many, I’ve been mired in post-HQ2 loss despair after my city, Toronto, missed out.

Integrating 3D Printing in the Imaginarium


Before the holidays, the Wisconsin State Capitol asked for middle school students across the state to make ornaments focused on the theme of Wisconsin wildlife, which they would hang on their tree in the Capitol’s rotunda,” explains Schiemann. “It Chris Schiemann, Library Media Specialist at Patrick Marsh Middle School , assists teachers with integrating technology into the classroom and running the school’s makerspace, the “Imaginarium.”. Selecting Technology for the Imaginarium.

The Reasons I Keep Coming Back to SOLIDWORKS World

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I always say I am going to stay a little longer and do some sightseeing in the various cities after the conference but that never seems to happen for me, but living in Wisconsin it is always a nice break to get away in February. My name is Betty Baker and I am a Domestic Casegoods Product Engineer at Ashley Furniture in Arcadia, WI. I am also the user group leader for the La Crosse/Eau Claire/Winona Area (LEWA) SOLIDWORKS User Group along with being the SWUGN rep for the Midwest U.S.

The industrial Internet: The next wave in manufacturing…

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Wisconsin is in a unique position to harness this macro-trend in order to bring about economic prosperity. Additionally, Wisconsin is evolving into a magnet for software talent, with software giants such as Epic Systems in Madison. This institute could very well put Wisconsin back on the map for its manufacturing prestige. Wisconsin, let’s use this opportunity to improve our economic position before we get left behind.

Tooling – Repeating the Pattern…

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The process was co-developed at Atlanta-based Emrgy Hydro, the DOE Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at ORNL and Wisconsin-based Eck Industries. By ORNL News | Sara Shoemaker | shoemakerms@ornl.gov. Oak Ridge National Laboratory has successfully developed and tested a novel sand casting technique to quickly design complex patterns to fabricate components for industry partner Emrgy Hydro , makers of hydropower devices designed to generate electricity from slow or shallow water flows.

Wisconsin graduate student develops 3D printed music scores for the blind


But mechanical engineering graduate student William Aquite, from the University of Wisconsin, has utilized 3D printing to serve a far more noble musical purpose: to give it to the blind. This article Wisconsin graduate student develops 3D printed music scores for the blind is first published at 3ders.org. It almost goes without saying that 3D printing technology can be applied to just about creative intention you can think of; even musical expression.

Microsoft Surface and SOLIDWORKS Transform how Ringbrothers Build Hot Rods

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Ringbrothers hails from small-town Wisconsin to take the keynote stage and showcase how they used SOLIDWORKS on a Surface Book 2 and Surface Studio to redesign, recreate and rebuild a 1972 AMC Javelin. Ringbrothers is an automotive restoration company in Spring Green, Wisconsin specializing in customized auto parts and restoration of classic vehicles. Start your engines, folks. The Microsoft Surface team is ready to roll on the ground here in Los Angeles for SOLIDWORKS World 2018.

5 Best Announcements & Presentations From SOLIDWORKS World 2016


We're hosting a live event in Wisconsin on Monday, March 7th, that will have highlights of the best announcements that came out of World. We had quite the schedule while visiting Dallas for SOLIDWORKS World this year. Not only did we have a customer appreciation welcome reception the first day of World, we also had nine of our own engineers presenting breakout sessions throughout the three days.

Stratasys and SME Give Students Hands-On 3D Printing Experience, Helping Them Prepare for STEM-Related Careers

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Students like Allison Vandenberg, a first year SkillsUSA participant and student at Little Chute Career Pathways Academy in Wisconsin, had already acquired some basic skills in CAD software, but this was her first introduction to a hands-on 3D printing project. “If The 51 st annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference , held in Louisville, Kentucky, added a new and exciting competition to its lineup this year. Fourteen teams representing various states across the U.S.

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

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NAMRI/SME Outstanding Lifetime Service Award Neil Duffie, PhD, FSME, CMfgE, PE, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Tao Jia , PhD, GE Healthcare, Waukesha, Wisconsin. By SME.

People Power

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times the weight of a person,” says Tom Krupenkin , president of InStep NanoPower LLC and professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “ Written by Catherine Bolgar. Imagine charging your phone with electricity made from your own body. That day isn’t so far away. New technology is being developed to convert our bodies’ sweat, heat and motion into electricity. Here’s how.

Turn Your SOLIDWORKS Hack Into a Key Feature with Enhancement Requests

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is the premier provider of SOLIDWORKS software and partner products to the mechanical engineering industry in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado and Wyoming. When you are dealing with such a complex and function rich software like SOLIDWORKS, it’s easy for a few hidden features to slip through the cracks. Although some of these offer only minor help to your day-to-day design work, some of them can have a major impact both now and in the future.