Could Pittsburgh become the Silicon Valley of 3D Printing?

OZY.com: In Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh and Robert Morris University are at the forefront of additive technology.

Optomec Teams with Lockheed and GE to Secure NextFlex Contract Award

Optomec to deliver multiple systems for printing 3D Sensors, 3D Antenna and other 3D Electronics as part of $3 Million Project

Markforged Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Software Now Available Free of Charge to All Designers and Engineers

Widespread adoption of powerful software will empower designers and engineers to learn and master the capabilities of composite fiber reinforcement and materials usage

Fit To Print: See Firsthand How GE's Additive Business Is Changing The Way We Make Jet Engines, Jewelry And More

You need a new way of thinking, you need different training, you need different machines. This whole ecosystem is quite different from how we did things before.

Formlabs Brings SLS 3D Printing to the Desktop, Mass SLA to Industry

Michael Molitch-Hou for Engineering.com: At Formlabs' Digital Factory event in Boston, Mass., the firm unveiled the Form Cell, a system for batch production using Form 2 SLA 3D printers, and the Fuse 1, its desktop selective laser sintering (SLS) machine.

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:

How Team Penske Uses 3D Printing To Get An Edge In Racing

Alex Knapp for Forbes: That push for innovation is one reason why Team Penske signed a deal with 3D printing company Stratasys earlier this year for technical support and services.

UMN researchers create new 3D printing method

Sydney Baum-Haines for Minnesota Daily: The method has the potential to print tactile sensors onto prosthetic limbs or surgical robots.

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

DeVry University Offers Advanced Manufacturing Bootcamp

Addresses need for tech skills in manufacturing workforce

3D printer inks from the woods

This technology can be used to fabricate microstructures with outstanding mechanical properties, which have promising potential uses in implants and other biomedical applications.

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

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