Articles by tag: 3d printing

Advanced Manufacturing: Let’s Talk About Biden’s Initiative

 3D printing applications are everywhere, from medical to emergency response infrastructure and even 3D-printed clothes. And one of the questions Ron J Stefanski, host of the Read more


Gossip about Gossip: How Platforms Provide Content Creators with Cryptocurrency Payment
March 28, 2023

In the rapidly growing world of cryptocurrency, getting paid for certain types of content via the digital medium is a lot more layered than meets the eye. According to Cointelegraph, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened crypto payments as there was an increase of these payments. As content creators use various web platforms to promote and […]

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Gossip About Gossip: How Aberdeen Plans to Tokenize Investment Funds on Hedera
March 28, 2023

Private equity investments are often regarded as higher risk profiles than any other asset classes. Because of liquidity concerns and higher barriers of entry, everyday individual investors are steered away from alternative asset classes like private equity. That’s where fractionalization of large-scale investments through blockchain and DLT technology provides accessibility and privacy among individual investors. […]

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Using HIP to Improve Hedera Hashgraph
March 28, 2023

The Hedera Improvement Proposal (HIP) is a process established to help developers formulate new ideas and improvements within Hedera Hashgraph. According to InfoQ, workplace feedback helps boost efficiency. The method allows the development team’s members to submit their suggestions and receive constructive criticism and opinions from fellow developers. HIP allows Hedera to have an orderly […]

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Advanced Manufacturing: Let’s Talk About Biden’s Initiative
November 21, 2022

3D printing applications are everywhere, from medical to emergency response infrastructure and even 3D-printed clothes. And one of the questions Ron J Stefanski, host of the DisruptED podcast, frequently gets from viewers of the show is: can that really be 3D printed? To answer those burning additive manufacturing questions, Stefanski thought it high time he […]

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How a 3D-Printed Car Beat A McLaren On The Race Track, And Why That’s Important to American Manufacturing
November 17, 2022

The word ‘manufacturing’ may conjure up specific imagery of 20th century industrial facilities to many. However, advanced manufacturing, or rather 3D printing, may be changing that narrative. Ron Stefanski, host of the Disrupted podcast explains how this has already taken place in the form of a 3D-printed sports car, which recently bested a state-of-the-art […]

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3D Printing: Is it the Answer to More Efficient Manufacturing?
October 21, 2022

In the final and 3rd episode of DisruptED’s special manufacturing edition, host Ron Stefanski continues the conversation on 3D printing with CEO and Founder of Divergent and Czinger Vehicles, Kevin Czinger, and U.S. manufacturing expert Cynthia Hutchison. Hutchison began, “We’re beginning to look at manufacturing in terms of the way the ecosystem of the […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Harnessing the Data from Medical Imaging to Supercharge Orthopedics
January 18, 2022

Orthopedic surgeries have progressed advancements since the first robotic-assisted surgery in medicine 36 years ago. Dr. Stefano Bini, knee arthroplasty expert and academic at University of California San Francisco (UCSF), discussed these advancements with Host Vinti Singh.   The medical industry is seeing more interest in artificial intelligence (AI) to identify outcomes and risk factors. […]

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Roboticist Chronicles: The Future of Robotics in a Post-Pandemic World
February 2, 2021

Because they deal primarily with physical products, anyone in manufacturing knows that the industry as a whole has taken a hit from the effects of the pandemic. “But COVID isn’t the only crisis that has occurred in the robotics industry,” revealed Robert Little, Founder and CEO of ATI. “What people are not familiar with […]

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Scale with Sergio: Additive Agility for Supply Chains
June 19, 2020

On this segment of Scale with Sergio, host and Marketscale’s Executive VP of Operations, Sergio Reyes, visits once again with Dr. Raymundo Arróyave. Boasting a BS degree in Mechanical & Electrical Engineering from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estuidios Superiores de Monterrey, and an MS and PhD in Materials Science from MIT, Dr. Arróyave is […]

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MakerBot and 3D Printing Joining the Fight Against COVID-19
April 22, 2020

Like many companies during this unprecedented crisis, MakerBot is leveraging its unique capabilities to support the frontline workers fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic. The company, which provides 3D printers for educators and professionals, is helping leverage that innovative 3D-printing technology to join in that effort, and MakerBot Vice President, Engineering Dave Veisz and Vice […]

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How One Doctor Uses 3D Printing for Custom Surgical Guides
March 10, 2020

Custom surgical guides help improve placement and surgical success. Dr. Kristian Buedts, MD, a foot and ankle surgeon at ZNA Middleheim in Antwerp, Belgium recently shared how he uses weight bearing CT scans to create his own surgical guides, and then how he 3D prints those guides at his hospital. Dr. Buedts highlighted the challenges […]

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How 3D-Printing Is Solving Real World Problems From the Ground Up
October 30, 2019

It is no secret that a 3D-printing revolution is close at hand. With applications in countless industries and production costs dropping on an almost weekly basis, 3D-printing is poised to help tackle two of the globe’s most pressing modern problems: the energy and housing crises. Transnational tech firms are racing to demonstrate their innovations and […]

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