3D Maryland Thought Leaders Series: “Making Movie Magic with 3D Printing” Monday, December 8, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PMRead more
The Micro produced by Maryland manufacturer M3D Two University of Maryland graduates have designed The Micro, a consumer-friendly, sub-$300 3D printer, and are quickly staging one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all-time to produce it, hauling in $3.3 million with more than 10,000 backers. The Micro raced past its $50,000 goal in just […]Read more
3D Maryland, Direct Dimensions and RMI teamed up to bring The New Image of Manufacturing 2.0 event to legislators and their staff in the Miller Senate Office Building on Thursday, January 30, 2014.Read more
On January 27, 2013, NextLine Manufacturing – a leading provider of advanced manufacturing services ranging from additive manufacturing to cnc machining – announced the official launch of its Maryland operations.Read more
By Ben Vickery, NIST MEP Today, I’m posting about a technology that may well revolutionize manufacturing. I suspect that this is a truly “game changing” technology that has the capacity to transform manufacturing and act as a disruptive innovation. According to Forbes, this emerging industry is expected to reach $3.1 billion worldwide by 2012 and […]Read more
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What do a traditional foundry and 3D printing have in common? A lot if you are talking about Danko Arlington, located in the Park Heights section of Baltimore. Danko Arlington is a third-generation family-owned business and an example of traditional industry staying competitive by embracing rapid technologies. About a year ago, CEO John Danko purchased […]Read more