Optomec Showcases Mass Production 3D Printing Technology at Printed Electronics Conference

LITE-ON to Present Printing of 3D Shaped Conductive Traces in Mass Production at Conference

Rising Media and 3DR Holdings Partner with Innorobo to Launch Inside 3D Printing Paris; May 24-26, 2016

The Inside 3D Printing Paris conference program explores 3D innovation in Europe and beyond, covering additive manufacturing applications in surgery & medicine, manufacturing, toy production, aerospace, food, market trends, and more. The program takes place in English and French.

Stratasys Unveils First Artworks Designed With New Breakthrough J750 3D Printer

3D printed sculpture from renowned designer, Nick Ervinck, marks the first in a series of high-profile collaborations from Stratasys as part of the company's new J750 collection, 'The New Ancient' Stratasys also reveals a new creation based on an evolutionary two-year collaboration with Architect, Programmer and Game Designer, Jose Sanchez, made possible with Stratasys' J750 3D Printer

Plural Additive Manufacturing Opens New Facility in Oregon

Delivers up to 50% savings on low-volume plastic parts and prototypes to companies in the United States

New Tools for Human-Machine Collaborative Design

DARPA seeks innovative ideas for harnessing new materials and fabrication methods

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Awards Ten Coveted DINOs

Recipients average nearly 20 years experience in additive manufacturing (3D printing).

World's First 3-D Printed Excavator on Display at CONEXPO-CON/AGG and IFPE

Largest construction show in Western Hemisphere will feature the first use of 3-D printed steel in an excavator designed by engineering students

Latest MapleSim release streamlines user experience

MapleSim 2016 expands modeling scope with contact modeling, pneumatics

RAPID - Additive Manufacturing Experts Headline 2016 RAPID Keynotes

Featuring speakers from NASA, HP Inc. and University of Michigan

The Questions Executives Should Ask About 3D Printing

Channing Flynn for Harvard Business Review:  Most hearing aids in the U.S. are now custom-made on 3D printers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved the first 3D-printed pills. Carmakers have started using 3D technology to produce parts. And last year saw the first demonstration of a digital printer producing multilayer, standards-based circuit boards. Imagine the changes afoot in the pharmaceutical, medical device, automotive, and consumer electronics industries. 3D printing is poised to redefine global manufacturing and distribution. It could upend supply chains, business models, customer relationships, and even entrepreneurship itself. It may do to physical goods what cloud computing is now doing to digital services; what the PC, internet, and smart mobility have done to personal computing; and what outsourcing did to software development and business processing — take mass distribution and innovation to the next level while realigning the very geography of work and trade.   Cont'd...

Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul to Co-locate with RoboUniverse and the Virtual Reality Summit in Association with the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX)

The largest professional 3D printing event worldwide is confirmed to run alongside RoboUniverse and the Virtual Reality Summit at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX) on June 22-24, 2016.

Special Tradeshow Coverage for RAPID 2016

RAPID 2016 will be held from May 17th - 19th in Orlanda, FL. This ManufacturingTomorrow.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary - May & June 2016

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

Innovative NEW ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer Release Date Revealed

ZMorph 2.0 SX is the latest model of the Multitool 3D Printer from ZMorph, which sets a new standard for 3D printing machines with add-on capability.

How Microfactories Can Bring Iterative Manufacturing to the Masses

ANDREW O'KEEFE and JASON DORRIER for Singularity Hub:  Humans manufacture a mind-numbing amount of stuff each year—ever wonder how we do it? In the past 100 or more years, it’s been all about economies of scale. This means you should make a lot of a thing because the more you make, the more your fixed expenses get spread out. This reduces the cost of each unit, from light bulbs to iPhones. Here’s the problem. It’s expensive to do a big manufacturing run. So, how do you know what to make in the first place? Often, it’s an educated guess based on prototypes and limited feedback, but you don’t really know until you try to sell a product—and by then, you’re fully committed, succeed or fail. Jay Rogers of Local Motors wants to upend common wisdom. Manufacturers should run through tons ofpotentially good ideas and then test them out to see if people actually want what they’re making before going full scale. And Rogers thinks microfactories are the way to do it.   Cont'd...

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