The 215,000-square-foot CNC machining facility in Brooklyn Park, MN, which currently houses nearly 300 mills and lathes, is Protolabs’ eighth manufacturing plant in the United States, and 12th globally.
NASA, researchers at the University of Nebraska and Copper3D, a Chilean/U.S. company headquartered in Santiago, have initiated a study on an antimicrobial material designed for 3D printing applications.
The Carbon Digital Manufacturing Platform uses a specialty cyanate ester resin to replace metallic components.
Researchers at the University of Connecticut have 3D-printed a high-resolution microscope that is small and robust enough to use in the field or at the bedside. The high-res 3D images could potentially be used to detect diabetes, sickle cell...
The partnership reportedly was formed in response to heightened demand for Adaptive3D's ToughRubber product family on the heels of product qualification with OEM partners and its series A investment in January of this year.
One of the goals of the healthcare offshoot of the Cool Ideas program is to provide a path for researchers to develop leading edge medical products that may fill unmet needs or improve existing healthcare technologies.
With all of the hype surrounding additive manufacturing and 3D printing, it's easy to forget that, as with all new technologies, there is a learning curve.
A panel of experts at the forthcoming co-located PLASTEC East and Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East event in New York will discuss key considerations to keep in mind when choosing a plastic for a medical application.
The Arevo frame is made as a single part, in contrast to current composite frames, which are made of many parts glued together.
The 2019 JEC Innovation Awards celebrated a zero-defect manufacturing process for large parts, self-reinforcing PLA-based composites and bendable reinforcements for concrete, among other technologies. All eleven winners are featured in this slide...