CES 16 - NinjaTek Announces Two New 3D Printing Materials Designed for Industrial Applications

NinjaTek, a division of Fenner Drives and makers of the popular line of NinjaFlex and SemiFlex 3D printing filaments, today announced the upcoming launch of two new 3D printing materials in the first quarter of 2016.

CES 16 - MarkForged Leads Explosive Growth in 3D Printing Technologies for Manufacturing

MarkForged, Inc - a company focused on industrial strength 3D printing for businesses - is announcing today a strong finish to 2015, with 400% growth in revenue year over year.

CES 16 - The Possibilities Are Endless with ROBO 3D Creation Machines

New Scented Filaments, 3D Consumer Printers and Mobile App Being Previewed at CES 2016

MakerBot Announces Smart Extruder+

Designed and Tested to Provide Better Performance over a Longer Period of Time

3D Printing of Motors and Electronics

My research involves developing techniques to 3D print electric motors and electronics. This goes beyond the usual 3D printed structures - structures don't do anything. To do things, we need motors and electronics to control those motors.

Robotic Additive Manufacturing Platform for 3D Printing Composite Parts

The first-of-its-kind solution consists of a standard commercially available robot, composite deposition end-effector hardware and a comprehensive software suite.

3D Printing and Acoustics: Rapid Prototyping of Sound Diffusers

By being able to design diffusers in 3D and print them, we streamline the prototyping process tremendously. We can do virtual simulations with the 3D models to get a sense of the effectiveness, and we can make aesthetic or functional changes before it's printed.

Rob Scharff's Soft Robotics 3D-printed hand responds to human grip

Dutch Design Week 2015: Delft University of Technology graduate Rob Scharff has created a soft robotic limb that can shake hands with people. The hand was created as part of Scharff's Soft Robotics research project – which focuses on the ways robots can be integrated with more tactile materials, and so improve robot-human interactions.  Cont'd...

Open EtherCAT Robot Package Grants Freedom to Self-developed Applications

NEXCOM's open EtherCAT robot package aims to grant robotics lab students and engineers freedom to develop and utilize their own control algorithm into best practice. The NexROBO Edu package helps build robot control with high command accuracy, fast throughput, collective feedback, and I/O expandability.

QComp Technologies, Inc Selected as US Authorized Integrator of ABB's YuMi Collaborative Robot

"YuMi will provide manufacturers with an inherently safe, extremely accurate, and flexible automated solution for small parts assembly."

ISA releases advance program for its 2015 Process Control & Safety Symposium

Program places emphasis on improving safety and security in chemical, petrochemical, and oil and gas processing

ARM Offers Free Access to Cortex-M0 Processor IP to Streamline Embedded SoC Design

ARM DesignStart portal now offers SoC designers free ARM Cortex-M0 processor IP for design, simulation and prototyping, and a low-cost simplified licensing package for commercialization.

Renesas Electronics America Simplifies Industrial Drives and Robotics Systems Development with New RZ/T1 Motion Controller Reference Kit

Dual-core Servo Drive MPU includes a 600MHz Real-Time CPU and the R-IN Engine with Real-Time Network Connectivity

Cyberworks Robotics Announces Re-Entry into Industry it Created 30 Years Earlier

Cyberworks has again revolutionized autonomous robotic vision and guidance systems, this time redefining the way industrial space will be cleaned.

FABTECH 2015 to Offer a Robust Lineup of Education Sessions at Chicago's McCormick Place

Sessions will share new perspectives; foster growth of industry knowledge

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