Japanese Automaker, Daihatsu, Collaborates With Local Designers to Offer Car Design Customization Using Stratasys 3D Printing
Carmaker worked with top Japanese designers to create unique, customizable automotive exterior 'Effect Skins' for their 2-door convertible Video: Learn how 3D printing enables true customization, even if producing only a single part
Evan Gough for UniverseToday: Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have manufactured their first tool using the 3D printer on board the station. This is another step in the ongoing process of testing and using additive manufacturing in space. The ability to build tools and replacement parts at the station is something NASA has been pursuing keenly. The first tool printed was a simple wrench. This may not sound like ground-breaking stuff, unless you’ve ever been in the middle of a project only to find you’re missing a simple tool. A missing tool can stop any project in its tracks, and change everybody’s plans. The benefits of manufacturing needed items in space are obvious. Up until now, every single item needed on the ISS had to be sent up via re-supply ship. That’s not a quick turnaround. Now, if a tool is lost or destroyed during normal use, a replacement can be quickly manufactured on-site. Cont'd...
Shapeways and The New York Public Library Announce a Partnership to Provide Free Curriculum to Teach the Entrepreneurial Side of 3D Printing, Advanced Design Software and 3D Printing Materials
Initiative in Response to the White House Call to Action for National Week of Making Pilot Program Kicks off this Fall; National Roll-out to Follow
PYI introduces the world's most affordable high quality consumer 3D printer via the 'NEPTUNE - The Big and Affordable 3D Printer' project on Indiegogo. The team behind this campaign is crowdfunding to bring the inspired NEPTUNE to market.
Partnership will provide added value for AM development chain
The University of Pittsburgh and ANSYS develop new computing tools to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing
Partnership establishes new ANSYS Additive Manufacturing Research Laboratory at Swanson School of Engineering
Advanced Design Technology to present key seminars in sponsored Asia International Turbomachinery Exhibition
ADT will unveil the latest version of TURBOdesign Suite at a number of Seminars in China and Japan.
While other 3D printer companies are shutting down, MTW continues to grow and innovate.
Today's service applications need to be able to load variants and configurations of complex products dynamically and fast.
New Tool Produces 3D Printed Parts Dramatically Faster with Production-Level Quality
The additive excavator cab design competition had very few limitations on the cab design and essentially encouraged students to showcase our skills and ideas. We could create something totally unique, aesthetically pleasing, yet functional to showcase the capabilities of additive manufacturing
Ian Wright for Engineering.com: Make no mistake, 3D printing is changing manufacturing. Although it may take years before we see the full impact of bringing this technology from rapid prototyping to full-scale production, there are already hints of big things to come. Take Local Motors’ recent purchase of two Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) systems from Cincinnati Incorporated (CI) as an example. The former company designs, builds and sells custom vehicles out of its US-based microfactories. The latter is a century-old manufacturer of metal fabrication tools and, more recently, BAAM. Cont'd...
Ford's John Fleming, 3D printing pioneer Chuck Hull and GE receive top honors
Can you print the remaining parts of the Sagrada Familia, a car or your own attire? Some of the world's top professionals from four major industries - Health, Automotive and Aeronautics, Consumer and Retail, and Architecture and Habitat - will be showing us how it's done at the first edition of In(3D)ustry From Needs to Solutions which takes place on 21-23 June at the Italian Pavilion of Fira de Barcelona's Montjuïc venue.
Major French groups and international diversity on the agenda at the world's premier summit on robotics innovations in Paris
For the sixth edition of the event, Innorobo 2016 successfully premiered in Paris, once again helping to accelerating the development of robotics innovations to benefit humankind. Beyond the figures and the event, Innorobo brings to life the community of players driving the robotics transformation and opens it up to major groups from France and around the world.
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