RAPID - Optomec Showcases Production Systems for 3D Printed Metals and 3D Printed Electronics at the RAPID Conference

Affordable Hybrid CNC machines for metalworking and mass production systems for printed electronics will be demonstrated

Pluralsight Partners with GoEngineer to Expand SOLIDWORKS Training Library

Fifty New SOLIDWORKS Courses Due Out by End of Year; 20-Percent Discount for New Users

Stratasys Launches Bold 3D Printing Software Strategy and Universal Design-to-3D Print Application, GrabCAD Print

GrabCAD Print built on proven, cloud-based SaaS platform and new business intelligence environment, designed to make 3D printing easier, more intuitive and readily accessible

Advanced Design Technology Releases TURBOdesign Suite 6.1

Latest version of Leading Design for Turbomachinery Suite drastically reduces turbomachinery optimization computational requirements, lower production costs.

Join the Maker Movement: Newark Museum Opens Permanent Gallery Devoted to MakerSPACE

Newark Museum unveils new gallery devoted MakeSPACE.

University of Warwick Uses Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer to Build "Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid" for Upcoming European International Submarine Race

The 'Godiva 2' submarine features numerous 3D printed parts designed to withstand the harsh ocean environment, including the fins, feet, propeller, interior steering components and many other fixings

RAPID - The 3D Manufacturing Experience: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Be at RAPID 2016

Explore exciting technologies and innovations through RAPID's rich and varied presentations, exhibitors and special events.

IronCAD Implements Download Manager Technology

Improving the Speed and Reliability Globally for IronCAD's Content Delivery.

DCS Partners With Siemens to Showcase New NX CAD Integrated Tool

Dimensional Control Systems is attending PLM World May 16th - 19th to demonstrated 3DCS for NX, a fully integrated variation analysis tool for Siemens NX CAD platform.

Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 to showcase latest 3D printing innovations

The full ecosystem of AM / 3D printing technologies will be on display, including additive manufacturing systems, 3D printers for design / prototyping, materials, finishing solutions and inspection, metrology, scanning and digitizing equipment.

RAPID - Sciaky, Inc. to Highlight its Patented IRISS℠ Closed-Loop Control for its Groundbreaking EBAM™ Metal 3D Printing Technology at Rapid 2016

IRISS, which stands for Interlayer Real-time Imaging & Sensing System, provides consistent process control for part geometry, mechanical properties, microstructure, and metal chemistry for large-scale 3D printed parts.

Anvil Technology Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Bring the Maker Community an Accessible 3D Printer with Intuitive User Experience

The Anvil 3D auto-loading printer uses a simple modeling software, remote control and iPad app to make 3D printing easier for all

Elysium to Release CADfeature 14.0 - Support for Associative Drawings in SOLIDWORKS Developed with Dassault Systèmes' SOLIDWORKS API Team

To answer the demands from Dassault Systèmes' SOLIDWORKS users, Elysium has enhanced the CADfeature product family to include the support for associative drawing creation in SOLIDWORKS.

Hawk Ridge Systems Partners with 3D Systems to Deliver Professional and Affordable 3D Printer Solutions to the Workplace

ProJet MJP 2500 and ProJet MJP 2500 Plus now available from Hawk Ridge Systems.

EOS, Leader in Industrial 3D-Printing Technology, Expands U.S. Presence with Opening of New Facility in Texas

Pflugerville site reflects company's regional and global growth, broadens customer support throughout North America

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