Andy Christensen has spent his career focused on developing and expanding the medical applications of 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing. As an undergraduate, Andy studied business at the
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It is so exciting that now more than ever we have more options for metrology scanning! As company demands are growing to use 3D scanning it is important to keep up on the latest hardware and
Typically, the process of creating a product is design, then manufacture, then inspect. But in today’s always on manufacturing and design facilities, inspection happens at every level.
Additive Manufacturing has had a profound impact on military material logistics. Department of Defense (DoD) research and development in materials and processing principles has led to fielded
True innovation can often come from the places you least expect. For more than 90 years, John Zink Hamworthy Combustion has built emissions control and clean air combustion systems for a wide
A major challenge for many critical defense and commercial applications is finding material solutions capable of surviving extreme environmental conditions, such as high shock, high power and
More than 500,000 people die from breast cancer annually. An innovative system under development by US-based Marvel Medtech offers a completely new approach to defeating this vicious cancer.
Simulation models are used in every major hospital, are expensive, and are limited to market availability. Inter-professional collaboration between the 3D Medical Applications Center, and
When it comes to the high-tech 3D printing processes in today’s digital industrial era, even a short power disruption can have a significant impact. Whether caused by inconsistent utility
Generative and optimized designs are powerful capabilities to create efficient structures that express a new level of performance. Generative optimized designs are often 3D printed at small