SyBridge Technologies acquires Advantage Engineering, adding advanced rapid prototyping and 3D printing capabilities to continue developing into an industrial technology solutions partner for customers in high-growth industries.
Utah-based Davis Technical College partnered with Autodesk and the Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired to create its CNC machining program for blind & low vision students.
Advantage Engineering has years of experience serving the medical devices industry and uses data with confidence.
A team of Korean researchers in Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University have found that sunflower pollen can be used to develop 3D printing ink material.
Regulators in North America are keen to have manufacturers attempt to make pails and other plastic parts ‘greener’ by using a certain percentage of recyclable materials.
Hyundai realized that its teams heavily relied on traditionally made aluminum jigs – and leveraged additive manufacturing to improve their accuracy and reduce their weight.
Rolls Royce and the US Department of Defense have seven active key rapid prototyping projects in works with US$3 billion in annual funding.
Stryker’s Director of Advanced Operations for Additive Technology recently said that additive manufacturing provides the company with two things – design freedom and rapid concept development.