1. The Benefits of e-Stage

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    Want to increase your AM productivity? e-Stage allows you to automate your SL support generation, optimize your SL build process, and reduce your finishing work. Listen in as Jon Moss gives an overview of the features and benefits of e-Stage and Todd Reese, President of Realize, gives his first-hand experience of the value of e-Stage.

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    • Future of Low Cost 3D Printers Webinar Recording

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      Join Photizo Group Research Manager Scott Dunham as he details the future of desktop and personal 3D printers, presenting new data and analysis from the recent 2014 Desktop & Consumer 3D Printing Market Size, Share and Forecast report, and examines the inherent interconnectedness between low cost printers and professional additive manufacturing systems.

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      • DEVELOP3D Live: Phil Reeves, Managing Director, Econolyst - talk

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        Jam to-morrow — The realities of 3D printing: Dr Phil Reeves Managing director and principle consultant, Econolyst Ltd In this thought provoking presentation, Dr Phil Reeves will apply some realism to the 3D printing hype. Drawing on a series of recent real-life case studies Biography: Phil has worked in the field of Advanced Manufacturing for nearly 20 years, having gained a PhD in the subject from Nottingham University in the mid 1990s. Since this time, Phil has worked in a number of AM related roles including R&D, business development and corporate strategy, before establishing Econolyst in 2003. Phil now advises both additive manufacturing systems vendors on future business and technology strategy, and technology users on the business benefits of AM adoption. Phil has worked on a wide range of projects to integrate Additive Manufacturing into sectors as diverse as healthcare and warfare, computer gaming and consumer goods, and from recreation to education. An advisor on AM to a number of government agencies, he has written numerous articles and book chapters on the current and future impact of additive manufacturing on society and the environmental and lectures extensively on the subject. He is most at home faciitating innovation sessions, listening to business problems and working out AM/3DP solutions.

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        • Maker Galaxy E12: Lynelle Cameron of The Autodesk Foundation

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          We’re always talking about the future of design, the future of technology, the future of MAKING. In a world where batteries that dissolve in the human body could power embedded health sensors, a world where music listeners can control and direct their own immersive music video experience, how do we find the next big thing? MakerGalaxy is a show that explores the crossroads of Design, Technology, and the Future of Making. This week we talked with the president and CEO of a new initiative from Autodesk, Ms. Lynelle Cameron of the Autodesk Foundation. This new program from the leading software manufacturer aims to change how we think about Impact Design by taking great ideas and bringing them to reality faster than ever before. We’ll talk with Lynelle about everything from how she got involved with Autodesk after living in the Himalayas, how Autodesk is matching up with nonprofit product design firms, as well as what you can do to bring that great idea to life. We'll be discussing: Where can we find the best brunch on earth? What is 'Impact Design' and who are 'Impact Designers'? How has additive manufacturing changed the landscape of Impact Design? How can somebody with a great idea get involved with the Autodesk Foundation? What will Impact Design look like in the next ten years? ...and more!

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          • DEVELOP3D Live 2014: Assa Ashuach, Digital Forming

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            Talk: ‘User informed objects’ introduces a shift in the order of use - Using 3d algorithms and sensor personal data streams, we can now capture user behaviour patterns and ergonomic characteristics. Over time we can study our user communities and propose better products and services with enhanced performance and better fit. The user can be fully visualised and is in the centre of what we do. It is about the notion of ‘in touch’ and how can we stay ‘in touch’ with our user communities. It is a shift from ‘Consumer’ to ‘user’ into a ‘partner’ 'Open within boundaries' the Digital Forming technology. Introducing the notion of 'Open within boundaries' and the Digital Forming technology file formats ODO - Original Designed Object and CODO - CO Designed Object, a novel two sided 3D communication platform whereby the designer (the creator of the ODO) designs both the product and the product user experience as an integral and essential part of the product design process. An ODO embeddable file is presented to a user with its own product GUI and within a set of built-in rules and behaviours Biography: Assa Ashuach (www.assaashuach.com) was born in Israel in 1969, completed his BA at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem and his MA at the Royal College of Art at Ron Arad’s Design Products department in London 2003. Assa Ashuach studio was established in London, focusing on Research and Consultancy within the progressive design and manufacturing. Assa has exhibited in different galleries and museums around the world; his work is included in permanent exhibitions and public collections. Some of his early work was bought by The Contemporary Art Society for the ‘Special Collection Scheme’ in London 2003. Assa’s OMI light for Materialse mgx is one of the first 3D printed products to be distributed to a mass market in 2004. Assa was invited to show at London’s Design Museum Tank and Atrium over the London design festival and Frieze art fair in 2005, he received the Design Museum and Esmee Fairbairn Foundation Award. Assa introduced the Osteon chair, the first chair to be designed using a combination of 3D tools and artificial intelligence, produced by EOS SLS the chair met all of the mechanical requirements while only using 1/3 of the anticipated material. Assa received the ‘red dot’ award for product design 2006. In his show at Rabih Hage gallery in London Assa exhibited the AI light, a biologically inspired mechanism with a built-in ‘digital brain’ and sensors, introducing the notion of ‘training’ over controlling products in 2007. Assa was invited to lead and take part in writing and establishing the new cross-disciplinary ‘MA Design Suite’ of London Metropolitan University, Sir John Cass Art Media & Design in 2008. Assa has patented, trademarked and later co-founded Digital Forming ltd and UCODO ltd (User Co Design Objects), awarded TSB government funding to develop his vision of embedded ‘open 3D products’ featuring the technology with a collection of 3D shape modifiable products at London’s Science Museum’s 100 years anniversary in 2009. Following his RSA 21st century manufacture keynote, Assa was invited to install a 3D interactive product show of ‘co-generated’ products with users at the Victoria & Albert Museum over London’s design week 2011. Assa’s limited edition objects and a selection of co-designed digitally produced objects where bought by the Plasticarium museum, one of the world’s most comprehensive plastic pop design permanent collections as a glimpse into the future of product design in 2012. Presented a collection of laser sintered (3D printed) objects within a user co-designing software algorithms at both Design & Science Museums in London 2013

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            • Innovative Pediatric Manufacturing: Strategies & Solutions – A Guide To Bringing Your Device To Market

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              New Michigan-Based Medical Product Manufacturing Effort Provides Solutions for Innovators ANN ARBOR, MI--(May 22, 2013) - The University of Michigan Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (M-PED) is launching a new medical product manufacturing video on Vimeo. This 28-minute video: "Innovative Pediatric Manufacturing: Strategies & Solutions - A Guide To Bringing Your Device To Market" features critical content on FDA manufacturing requirements for both pediatric and adult products. Two products being manufactured in the State of Michigan are featured. Since late 2009, M-PED has been focused on increasing and accelerating the process of pediatric device innovation specifically targeting the needs of children. While the U.S. market for medical devices is estimated at more than $90 billion, the demand for pediatric devices is relatively small, creating little financial incentive for companies to invest in the space. Historically, many corporate marketing and manufacturing partners have hesitated to become involved in producing medical products targeting small or niche markets. "We launched this video effort for several reasons," says Lindsay E. Klee, Commercialization Director, M-PED and the U-M Medical Innovation Center. "First, we're frequently approached by medical inventors who need and/or want guidance on prototyping or manufacturing their product. We wanted to have a baseline of product development guidance to offer to a wide, geographically-diverse audience." Second, "we frequently collaborate with industry partners who value knowing a product has been adequately tested and developed in accordance with FDA regulations." The video highlights a variety of large and small Michigan-based manufacturers and industry partners who have united with M-PED to focus on advancement of pediatric medical devices. One manufacturing partner featured in the video is CEO, Nader Najafi from Ypsilanti, Michigan-based ISSYS. Nader rationalized his participation in pediatric medical device manufacturing stating, "My team is very passionate about doing something that makes a major impact on people's lives. Having the opportunity to help is very exciting. The impact [on a child] may last for fifty or sixty years." "Manufacturing in Michigan is alive and adaptive. Showcasing local passion and knowledge was important," added Klee. James Geiger, MD, Executive Director of the M-PED Consortium explained his hopes for the future of the Consortium: "We want to be able to advise pediatric device innovators about the potential manufacturing options for their innovation so they can choose the optimal design to meet both the needs of the child and the manufacturing process. As their product develops, we will help them continually assess the best manufacturing process for their stage of development." "Innovative Pediatric Manufacturing: Strategies & Solutions - A Guide To Bringing Your Device To Market" is now available for viewing. Intended use: product development guidance & strategy. Intended audience: industry, academia, FDA, government, non-profits, independent inventors, pediatric healthcare advocates, and manufacturers. Special thanks to FDA for the sponsorship, Underhouse Studio for their film production efforts, participants/industry/inventors (including U-M faculty, UMHS PR, staff, in2being, LLC, Terumo, and ISSYS) for their participation and filming review, a wide-range of University of Michigan supporters, and the Pediatric Medical Device Institute in Roanoke, VA for their partnership. Contact: Lindsay E Klee (liklee@umich.edu)

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              • An Informal Interview with Nicholas Seward, Inventor of the RepRap Simpson and Wally

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                RepRapper Nicholas Seward discusses with 3D Printing Industry's Michael Molitch-Hou the birth of his latest RepRap design, the RepRap Wally, at the NYC Maker Faire 2013, as well as his background, the distinctions between his 3D printers and other RepRaps, his future designs and the future for 3D printing. http://3dprintingindustry.com

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                • DEVELOP3D LIVE: Stuart Jackson, EOS

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                  Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Germany, EOS is one of the technology and market leaders for design-driven, integrated e-Manufacturing solutions for industrial applications. An Additive Manufacturing (AM) process, it allows the fast and flexible production of high-end parts at a repeatable industry level of quality. Stuart Jackson talks about the future of this rapidly expanding technology, and how it will affect the way you design products.

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                  • DEVELOP3D LIVE: David Price, Laser Lines

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                    Laser Lines was originally founded in 1975 and remains one of the leading suppliers of lasers and accessories, 3D printers, rapid prototyping machines and vacuum casting systems. It also have a sub-contract facility for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing requirements and is well placed to comment on the boom in 3D printing.

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                    • DEVELOP3D Live: Tony Norton, VP Marketing, SolidThinking - Talk

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                      The convergence of topology optimisation and additive manufacturing: What is topology optimisation? Why does it makes sense for additive manufacturing? Who has been applying it? Why should it be on a designer’s desktop? Biography: These days Tony leads the telling of the solidThinking story. Prior to his current position Tony was responsible for the land vehicles vertical at Altair, sharing engineering best practices both internally and externally and communicating Altair’s software and services offerings to that industry. His past experience includes business development, project management and technical leadership in diverse disciplines including the development of vehicle systems, mechatronic consulting, build and test projects, data analysis, custom software development and commercial software release. Before joining Altair in 1996, Tony worked at both Ford Motor Company and GEC-Marconi Avionics. Tony moved to Michigan in 1999 for “a couple of years”, and still lives there.

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