The series features machine shop owner Titan Gilroy and his mission to put American manufacturing back on top of the world with the use of state of the art machinery and cutting edge technology like 3D printing.
The deadline to enter is November 9th, 2014. Designers are invited to work with two distinct categories – silver and ceramics. Winners of both categories will see their designs printed in the chosen material.
The booth creates a full scan of a person or object in just 12 seconds and automatically produces a detailed 3D model from this data, which is then used to 3D print a full color replica mini-me figurine.
NASA & Aerojet Rocketdyne conducted 19 hot-fire tests on four injector and TCA configurations. At the conclusion of the tests, the injector and chamber hardware were found to be in excellent condition.
The $1.9 million grant will be used to purchase equipment for a state-of-the-art laboratory to allow manufacturers, entrepreneurs and designers to simulate and perform multi-robotic additive manufacturing.
The new release includes a range of enhancements in three-axis milling, drilling, turning and wire EDM to make the software even more valuable to SolidWorks users that need to manufacture their designs.
The five-floor, 148,000-square-foot building will merge more than 400 student residences with a 20,000-square-foot “garage” open for any student to attend events, build prototypes, launch companies and more.
Benefits include easy processing & finishing, excellent detail resolution, dimensional stability over time, and high heat tolerance. Ideal Applications include indirect manufacturing, tooling and high temperature testing.
The Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo will be held in Santa Clara, California on October 21-23, 2014. The event will feature 13 vertical tracks, 57 informational sessions, 4 keynotes, and more than 60 speakers.
The FABTECH Expo Cares campaign seeks to raise funds in support of Workshops for Warriors, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to training, certifying, and placing veterans in manufacturing careers.
The cutting system offers a programmable 4-Axis CNC system controller, integrated computer with windows, integrated chiller, chamber exhaust with material filter capture, and G-Code programming software.
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) announced that online registration is now available for its 2015 Education & Training Conference, which will be held in Jacksonville, Florida, from April 19 – 23, 2015.