News

Inside 3D Show in New York, New York!

Posted by Jacqui Adams on

Inside 3D Show in New York, New York!

We're here with the Zortrax! It's all set up and ready to wow you with its 3D technology.    Stop by and visit us at the Javits Center, Booth #130.   Hope to see you soon!

Read more →

This truck brings shop class and 3D printers to low-income schools

Posted by Jacqui Adams on

This truck brings shop class and 3D printers to low-income schools

Taken from CNNMoney            by Parija Kavilanz Jason Martin is an elementary school teacher who's passionate about STEM. He wants curriculum focused on science, technology, engineering and math in every school in America. But many public schools simply can't afford it. "There's an opportunity gap in public education," said Martin. "Schools in low-income neighborhoods just don't have the resources to add a shop class or a maker lab." So Martin decided to take those classes to the students. His STE(A)M Truck travels to schools in the Atlanta area (the "A" is for art), bringing 3D printers,...

Read more →

MakerBot Reaches Milestone: 100,000 3D Printers Sold Worldwide

Posted by Jacqui Adams on

From PRNewswire.com By Janice Lai HONG KONG, April 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Stratasys Asia Pacific, a subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS) , the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today announced that MakerBot, a global leader in the desktop 3D printing industry, has sold more than 100,000 3D printers worldwide. By providing the most accessible and easy-to-use 3D printing experience, MakerBot is the first company in the 3D printing industry to reach this important milestone. "Being the first company to have sold 100,000 3D printers is a major milestone for MakerBot and the entire industry," saidJonathan Jaglom, CEO...

Read more →

Zortrax 3D Prints Lifeguard Drone to Save Castaways, Assisting AeroAtena in ‘Drones for Good’ Competition

Posted by Jacqui Adams on

Zortrax 3D Prints Lifeguard Drone to Save Castaways, Assisting AeroAtena in ‘Drones for Good’ Competition

Taken from 3DPrint.com by Bridget Butler Millsaps When one considers the fumbling and chaos that ensued as Amelia Earhart’s plane lost contact over the South Pacific, leaving the world to radio silence and heartbroken speculation, it’s interesting to ponder a modern-day scenario featuring 3D printed drones which would lessen one’s chances of dying as a castaway. If you live in a coastal location, you probably read the weekly headlines regarding mishaps at sea, as well as men gone overboard — with some outcomes better than others. If we can track a missing smartphone to a location virtually anywhere, it would make sense that we...

Read more →

Idaho’s STEM Helps 15 Schools Get 3D Printers

Posted by Jacqui Adams on

Idaho’s STEM Helps 15 Schools Get 3D Printers

From Fox News Radio By Benito Baeza BOISE, Idaho (Press Release) — Fifteen schools throughout the Gem State are expanding their capabilities to include 3D printing, design and fabrication with help from the Idaho STEM Action Center. Teachers from each school recently learned how to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot 3D printers at a workshop the STEM Action Center held in Boise in partnership with the Discovery Center of Idaho and the Digital Harbor Foundation.   The professional development opportunity is part of FabSLAM, a team-based digital fabrication competition launched by the Digital Harbor Foundation where youth in Idaho, Baltimore and...

Read more →