XYZprinting Supports STEAM Education with FREE 3D Printers

  Lake Forest, California – March 20, 2019 – XYZprinting, the world’s leading 3D printer manufacturer, is excited to announce that more efforts will be invested in the educational market to facilitate the use of 3D printers in the classroom. XYZprinting launched a new bundle Read More »

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America Makes Announces Its Second Satellite Center to be Located on the Campus of Texas A&M University

The Institute Enters into a Memorandum of Understanding withTexas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Today atSigning Event in College Station Youngstown, Ohio — March 22, 2019. America Makes proudly announces its second America Makes Satellite Center to be located within the facilities of the Institute’s Read More »

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K3D and Obasogie Okpamen Winners of Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

Winning designs of Additive Industries contest demonstrate unique industrial capabilities of 3D metal printing Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – March 20, 2019, During the awards dinner of the 7th edition of the Additive World Conference, Chairman of the Jury, Ultimaker’s Steven van de Staak, announced K3D Read More »

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Schoolchildren Receive Free Pair of Eyeglasses to Mark 3D Printed Lenses Partnership Anniversary

  EINDHOVEN, THE NETHERLANDS – Luxexcel, developer of 3D lens print technology and IFB Solutions a North Carolina based nonprofit, celebrate one year of partnership. To mark the anniversary, nearly 20 local schoolchildren received a free pair of eyeglasses and a comprehensive eye exam. The Read More »

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Carnegie Mellon University – New Study Examines How Tiny Gas Pockets Affect 3D Printing

By Karen Mellen | Carnegie Mellon University News February 28, 2019 – Additive manufacturing’s promise to revolutionize industry is constrained by a widespread problem: tiny gas pockets in the final product, which can lead to cracks and other failures. New research published in Science, led Read More »

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GE Additive Education Program Open for Entries From Primary and Secondary Schools

Global program to date has donated over 1,400 polymer 3D printers to 1,000 schools in 30 countries, providing access to technology and curriculum to more than 500,000 students Cincinnati, OH, March 4, 2019 – GE Additive has announced it is now accepting applications from primary Read More »

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AMUG Announces Keynote Speakers for 2019 Conference

  MILWAUKEE, WISC., Feb. 4, 2019 – The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced its lineup of keynote speakers for the 2019 AMUG Conference, which will be in Chicago, Illinois, from March 31 – April 4, 2019. These speakers will address additive manufacturing (AM) Read More »

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Renishaw Becomes Official Partner of Cardiff Blues Community Foundation

  To continue the success of Renishaw’s education outreach programme, the global engineering company has become an official partner of the Cardiff Blues Community Foundation. The three-year partnership will see the Guinness PRO14 rugby club’s community team deliver a new secondary school programme to raise Read More »

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Renishaw Celebrates 40 Years of Apprentices With Record Intake

  Global engineering technologies company Renishaw is recruiting for a record 68 apprentices across its Gloucestershire and South Wales sites. The 2019 intake will be the 40th round of apprentices to join Renishaw, which has taken apprentices every year since 1979. Applications for a range Read More »

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Pitt and General Carbide Partner to Improve Tungsten Carbide Parts via Additive Manufacturing

By Paul Kovach | University of Pittsburgh | Swanson Engineering PITTSBURGH (December 20, 2018) … Tungsten carbide is one of the most versatile metal compounds and is renowned for its durability and strength, making it perfect for cutting tools, boring machines, and surgical instruments. Although its use in Read More »

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