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Columbia Memorial Space Center Wins 5 MOD-t 3D Printers for STEM Program

The partnership signed last June between Challenger Center and MOD-t 3D printer manufacturer New Matter to broaden STEM Education has selected Columbia Memorial Space Center as Recipient of five MOD-t 3D Printers. Challenger Center, a leading science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education organization, and New Matter, a leading desktop 3D …

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Printrbot’s Brook Drumm Asks Makers to Adopt-A-Bot and Get More 3D Printers to Schools

If you are interested in supporting and helping with Brook’s vision to put low-cost 3D printers in as many schools as possible, please complete the form at this link and sign up to Adopt-A-Bot. Brook Drumm is an American maker who set out to start a side business in his garage. …

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Techmer PM Provides AM Polymers for Branch Technologies’ Space Habitat

NASA has awarded a total of $201,023 to teams of citizen inventors that have reached the latest milestone of NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, completing the Phase 2: Level 2 Beam Member competition. The teams are working to find ways to 3D print habitation structures using recyclables and simulated Martian soil, …

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Japanese Makers Generatively Design and 3D Print X VEIN Drone for Disaster Response

When disaster strikes, the countdown is on to get necessary supplies to those who need them most. But conditions often make it nearly impossible to deliver aid in a timely manner. That’s one reason drones are a boon for disaster response worldwide. Now, two young makers from Japan hope to advance relief …

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Carl Bass Joins Formlabs Board of Directors

Formlabs, the designer and manufacturer of powerful and accessible 3D printing systems, today announced the appointment of technology veteran and former Autodesk executive Carl Bass as an independent director of the company. He has held a series of executive positions during his 24 year tenure at Autodesk, including 11 years …

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Check Out Some Cool 3D Printed Designs from Pinshape’s Taulman 3D Print Contest

The Pinshape Taulman 3D Print Contest ends tomorrow. Pinshape users showed off pictures of their best prints for a chance to win 1 of 30 rolls of T-Glase PETT Filament or Formlabs Resin. 30 randomly chosen winners will take home a T-Glase roll of their choice from Taulman. All you have …

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Maker Faire Barcelona Opens Season for 3D Printing Leading to IN(3D)STRY in October

3D Printing is a big part of making and in Barcelona this often blends seamlessly with advanced industrial manufacturing. For this reason IN(3D)USTRY, the leading show for industrial additive manufacturing in Southern Europe, which is scheduled for next October 3th to the 5th at Fira Barcelona, was among the organizers …

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Challenger Center Partners with New Matter on MOD-t 3D Printers

Challenger Center, a leading science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education organization, and New Matter, a leading desktop 3D printing company, today announced a new partnership that will include selecting and equipping Challenger Learning Centers with New Matter’s award-winning MOD-t 3D printers. Over the next several months, Challenger Center and …

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SUNY Stony Brook University Opens iCreate 3D Printing Facility

  During the winter semester, SUNY Stony Brook University made a lot of changes to its Innovation Lab facilities! One of these is the new 3D printing self service station in the Innovation Lab, a new digital media center, which was rebranded as iCREATE. The 3D printing self service station is for …

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Hackaday Prize 2017 Is Giving Away $250,000 for the Next Big (Useful) Thing

Global hacking community website Hackaday is calling for the curious, the creative, the determined. The Hackaday Prize is for creating for social change in order to transform the world go and awarding prizes for $250,000 in the process. Using your hardware and programming knowledge on top of your scientific, design, and mechanical …

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