Dassault Systèmes Expands its 3DEXPERIENCE Lab to North America

Company's Newest Open Innovation Laboratory and Startup Accelerator Leveraging Virtual Technology Features a Fab Lab Set Up in Collaboration with MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms

Oerlikon expands additive manufacturing R&D and production capacity in the US

As part of Oerlikon's strategy to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials, the Group has identified additional growth areas such as additive manufacturing, which leverages its strong materials heritage, service reputation, access to markets, applications across industries and core competence in intelligently engineering and processing advanced materials and surface technologies.

Google Ventures, BMW, Lowe's Invest in Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal, an emerging startup with the mission to bring metal 3D printing to all design and manufacturing teams, announced today it has raised a total of $97 million in equity funding since its founding in October 2015. The announcement comes as the result of the latest Series C investment of $45 million, led by GV (formerly Google Ventures), as well as BMW i Ventures and Lowe's Ventures. Desktop Metal will use the funding to continue to develop its technology and scale production as the company prepares for its product launch later this year. 
Driven by invention, Desktop Metal is committed to accelerating the adoption of metal 3D printing in design and manufacturing through the creation of innovative technology that produces complex parts. Previous investors include NEA, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Lux Capital, GE Ventures, Saudi Aramco, and 3D printing leader Stratasys.   Full Press Release.

Google Ventures, BMW, Lowe's Invest in Desktop Metal

Series C Funding Brings the Metal 3D Printing Company's Total Investment to $97 Million

Stratasys Targets Professional Prototyping With First-In-Class Office-Friendly, Engineering-Grade 3D Printing Solution: The F123 Series

• Stratasys F123 Series for professional rapid prototyping optimized for complete prototyping workflow, from initial concept verification to design validation to functional performance testing • Addresses needs of workgroup-prototyping market with unique combination of office-usability, precision, repeatability and affordability

ATX 2017 - 3D Printing With Nylon Just Became 200X Better

Airwolf 3D introduces Wolfbite NITRO, a 3D printing nylon adhesive engineered to improve bed adhesion and reduce warpage.

ATX 2017 - The AXIOM 3D Printer Has Been Named A Design News Golden Mousetrap Awards Finalist

AXIOM 3D Printer is a finalist in the 2016 Golden Mousetrap Awards. This product, by Airwolf 3D, was selected as a finalist in the category of Materials & Assembly, 3D-Printing & Rapid Prototyping, Materials, Tools & Services.

Introducing Construct3D 2017: The First National Academic 3D Printing Conference

Agenda Explores the Expanding Role of 3D Printing as a Digital Fabrication Tool for College Faculty, K-12 Educators, and Informal Education Leaders

Dassault Systèmes Announces SOLIDWORKS World 2017

19th Annual Event Dedicated to 3D Design and Engineering Community Features Speakers Anousheh Ansari and Jason Silva, Customer Testimonials, 200 Interactive Training Sessions, 100 Exhibitors

ATX 2017 - JB Plastics to Attend Plastec West at Anaheim Convention Center

JB Plastics, an industry leader in comprehensive injection molding services will showcase it products and services at this year's Plastec West, Feb 7-9 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

Impressive New Products Recognized with Prestigious Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation

Nine outstanding new products from companies in six countries were named as winners in the 2017 Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation at a gala banquet on 1 February in San Francisco. The competition recognizes new products and inventions that break with conventional ideas, solve problems, and improve life through the generation and application of light-based technologies, optics and photonics and is sponsored by SPIE and Photonics Media.

EnvisionTEC Celebrates 15th Anniversary as a Leading Manufacturer of 3D Printers and Materials

Launched in 2002, EnvisionTEC now sells more than 40 models of 3D printers on six distinct technology platforms At least five new and updated products to be launched throughout year EnvisionTEC users are invited to become members of the E-Team, an online community for ongoing 3D printing education, product feedback and to communicate with other users

MIT Builds Invisible Fish Grabbing Robot

Matthew Humphries for PCMag:  Catching a fish can be tough, even if you are just trying to net a goldfish in a small tank. That's because the fish spots the danger and makes a swim for it. But what if you didn't need a net because you're controlling an invisible grabbing robot?

That's what Xuanhe Zhao, a professor of mechanical engineering at MIT succeeded in creating, but its applications go way beyond catching and releasing fish unharmed.

The robot is constructed of a transparent hydrogel, which is strong and durable but mostly made of water. As the video below explains, each arm of the robot is constructed from 3D-printed hollow cubes of hydrogel, which are then linked together. By injecting water using a syringe it's possible to make the arms curl and uncurl quickly in a grabbing motion.  Cont'd...

DesignPoint Solutions Expands Offerings to Include Markforged 3D Printers Enabling their Manufacturing Customers to Create High-Strength Parts

Revolutionary Markforged 3D printers use materials such as Kevlar®, carbon fiber, and fiberglass which make it possible to create parts for manufacturing applications and in finished products.

Majestic.com Uses 3D Printer on International Space Station to Create First Ever Data Visualization of "The Internet"

British-based Specialist Search Engine First to Create a Big Data Sculpture in Zero Gravity Two Hundred and Fifty Miles Above the Earth

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