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Westlake High School students design model home for annual competition

Westlake High School students design model home for annual competition | rapid prototyping + manufacturing (rp+m) | Scoop.it
WESTLAKE, Ohio – Students from Westlake High School are among hundreds competing in the Great Big Home & Garden Show 17th Annual Student Model Home Design Contest this weekend at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center in Brecksville.
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A new 3D printing technology employs tungsten material

Two companies have collaborated to bring a new 3D printing technology and a new material to the commercial marketplace. ExOne Company (www.exone.com), which manufactures and sells 3D printing equipment, and 3D printing service bureau, ‘rapid prototype + manufacturing (rp+m)’, announced the result of their partnership to bring 3D printed tungsten to the medical imaging market via the M-Flex 3D Printing System.


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Carlos Garcia Pando's curator insight, November 27, 2013 3:39 PM

“3D printed bonded tungsten is a great solution for radiation shielding because the M-Flex can create complex shapes for these applications that would be difficult to create with conventional methods of manufacturing,” said Rick Lucas, ExOne’s CTO in a release. “Our collaboration with rp+m demonstrates the power of ExOne’s strategy in engaging customers in the early stages of the materials development process, yielding direct applications in new markets.

Anny Allain's curator insight, September 17, 2014 2:24 AM

3D printed Tungsten!!!

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ExOne Teams with rp+m to 3D Print Tungsten - 3D Printing Industry

ExOne Teams with rp+m to 3D Print Tungsten - 3D Printing Industry | rapid prototyping + manufacturing (rp+m) | Scoop.it
New 3D printing material, tungsten, developed by 3D printer manufacturer, ExOne, and rapid prototyping firm, rp+m, to replace deadly lead in radiation protection products.

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Edward Crowley's curator insight, August 21, 2013 9:15 AM

An interesting example of new, practical uses for 3D printing.

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Interview with Dana Foster: 3D Printing In Education - 3D Printing Industry

Interview with Dana Foster: 3D Printing In Education - 3D Printing Industry | rapid prototyping + manufacturing (rp+m) | Scoop.it

 

3D Printing in education is going to be one of the key catalysts to renewing manufacturing in The West. It is literally that important.

 

Something that even politicians are beginning to realise. With this in mind, upon hearing that Dana Foster, Marketer for rp+m and 3D printing evangelist had recent experiences with 3D printing in the classroom, an interview seemed like an opportunity for an educational experience in itself.

 

 


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