ExOne’s New Metal 3D Printer Raises the Binder Jetting Bar > ENGINEERING.com

ExOne has sponsored this post. The new ExOne InnoventPro. (Image courtesy of ExOne.) Additive manufacturing company ExOne has announced their latest metal 3D printer, the InnoventPro. The binder jet printer augments ExOne’s existing Innovent+, which the company says is the world’s best-selling metal binder jetting system since 2016. The InnoventPro will constitute the entry-level printer…

3D Printing Platform Jellypipe Launches in UK and Ireland > ENGINEERING.com

3D Printing Platform Jellypipe Launches in UK and IrelandJacob Bourne posted on September 15, 2020 | Online marketplace connects printers with manufacturers. (Image courtesy of Jellypipe.) Online 3D printing platform Jellypipe, established in continental Europe, recently announced the expansion of its offerings to the United Kingdom and Ireland, with future plans to go global in…

How to Modernize 3D Printing as a Service > ENGINEERING.com

MakerOS has sponsored this post. 3D printing is a service that could use an updated interface. (Picture courtesy of MakerOS.) John Kray, the CEO and founder of Hydra Research, started the company in 2016 while still an undergraduate in the physics program at the nearby Lewis and Clark College, where he also studied music and…

Motivating Engineering Students by Providing Two Midterm Exams and Dropping the Lower Mark | Journal of Civil Engineering Education

Abstract This paper investigated the effect of grade dropping on students’ performance, engagement, and satisfaction. In three different engineering courses that were taught by the author, an optional second midterm exam was offered near the end of the semester. The optional second midterm exam covered materials that were not covered by the first midterm exam….

A Look at 3D Bioprinting > ENGINEERING.com

This article was originally published on March 17, 2020. The amazingly regenerative Axolotl. (Image courtesy of th1098.) Though found in different areas of the animal kingdom, the degree to which humans can regenerate limbs, organs and tissue due to serious injury is very low (one exception is the liver), especially compared to animals like the…

Stratasys Gets Tough with Nylon 12 > ENGINEERING.com

Stratasys Gets Tough with Nylon 12Staff posted on July 15, 2020 | New nylon material with specs to be toughest in additive manufacturing is a reason to take notice. This content is submitted by Stratasys AP Limited. Written by: Aaron Pearson, Vice President of Public Relations, Stratasys Download Nylon 12CF Material Guide Designed to optimize…