Posts Tagged With: sla

And the Winner is…

Let’s have a big round of applause for this month’s winner: M. Marek from Texas.  That $250 Gift Card to Quickparts.com  will really come in handy for an upcoming Stereolithography (SLA) project. Here are the correct answers to this month’s challenge: 1. What was the highest grossing movie of 2011? A.     The Hangover Part II B.     … Continue reading »

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Tunnel Into Some Trivia

Thanks for joining me on my undersea adventure through the Channel Tunnel.  If you didn’t get a chance to read my latest In the Queue email, you can catch it here. Let’s have a big round of applause for this month’s winner: S. Ranta from Washington.  That $250 Stereolithography (SLA) credit at Quickparts.com will really come … Continue reading »

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#3D Printing Our Way to Better Health

:: How 3D Printing And Augmented Reality Can Help Design Better Drugs This rapidly evolving industry is now tasked with improving the medicines we so heavily relay on.  At Arthur Olson’s Molecular Graphics Lab, pathbreaking work is being achieved in the complex world of desiging cleaner and more effective drugs.  He uses 3D printers to … Continue reading »

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An Exciting Week at the NPE Show

Hello everyone!  Welcome to my blog!  I am so excited to have the opportunity to connect with all of you through what is becoming the most popular media outlet available….blogging.  But before I get carried away with technology talk, let’s get down to the business of this entry.Last week, I attended the NPE show in … Continue reading »

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