Formlabs Unveils Manufacturing Developments at the Digital Factory

At its Digital Factory conference today, Formlabs, the designer and manufacturer of powerful and accessible 3D printing systems, announced several developments that will advance the future of manufacturing:

AREVO Announces Strategic Investment and Technology Development Agreement with In-Q-Tel

Partnership will drive development of AREVO's Composite Additive Manufacturing Technology for the U.S. Intelligence Community

GE Selects More Than 400 Schools to Receive 3D Printers

"We want a pipeline of engineering talent that have additive in their DNA. This education program is our way of supporting that goal."

NIDEK Technologies Accelerates Clinical Trial Evaluations of Vision Diagnostic Systems with Stratasys Multi-Material 3D Printing

-Prototyping costs reduced by 75% and development cycles accelerated by 50%, enabling rapid time-to-market

Mouser Electronics Partners with Macnica to Support Engineers in Japan from Prototype to Production

Mouser Electronics is partnering with Macnica to deliver the highest levels of service and support to Japanese electronic design engineers. With the distribution partnership, Mouser and Macnica are introducing a new co-branded website available for customers in Japan.

GoEngineer Partners with Desktop Metal to Offer Best-in-Class Metal 3D Printing Solutions

Accessible 3D printing system for metal additive manufacturing to complement plastic 3D printing

Technology Training Corporation (TTC) Announces 'Additive Manufacturing for Defense and Government' July 13-14, 2017

Missions, Capabilities, Opportunities

Spot Trends, Hear Breakthroughs and See New Developments in Medtech at the 34th Annual Medical Design and Manufacturing (MD&M) East Conference in June

The MD&M East Conference will be held alongside the 3D Printing and Smart Manufacturing Innovation Summits in addition to UBM's six advanced design and manufacturing expos, including Automation Technology Expo (ATX) East, Design and Manufacturing (D&M) Atlantic, EASTPACK, Medical Design and Manufacturing (MD&M) East, PLASTEC East, and Quality Expo.

Superior 3D Solutions Now Selling Markforged Metal X

The company is now selling Metal X, which makes robust metal parts easy and inexpensive to produce.

Impossible Objects Wins Innovation Award at Preeminent 3D Printing Conference

Innovative new CBAM technology recognized by industry experts for potential to transform manufacturing

Markforged Wins 3D Printing Industry Award for Enterprise 3D Printer of the Year

3D Printing Industry received more than 4,000 nominations for the awards, which had 20 categories.

3D Systems Chooses ThingWorx Platform from PTC to Enable Smart, Connected 3D Printers

ThingWorx IoT Platform to Monitor 3D Printers for Remote Service and Maintenance; LiveWorx Event to Feature Several Demonstrations of Technology

NVBOTS Wins SBANE New England Innovation Award

Leader in automated additive manufacturing solutions wins prestigious innovator award

WSI Offers Braille Embossing Capabilities to Meet Pharmaceutical Industry Packaging Requirements

Use TaskMaster™ infeed system or integrate into almost any folder gluer

DeVry University Offers Advanced Manufacturing Bootcamp

Addresses need for tech skills in manufacturing workforce

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