3D Printing

3D Printing Automotive Parts: Bringing Car Customization to New Heights

Posted by Kim Carbon on Nov 3, 2017 5:10:17 PM

3D printing automotive parts is surely one trend that’s experiencing an accelerating growth. It has allowed automotive companies to reduce their production costs while increasing the performance of car parts. However, 3D printing is not only creating traction among car manufacturers. It is also becoming more popular among car owners and enthusiasts as 3D printing enables them to customize their vehicles in ways that have been unavailable before.

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3D Printing in Universities: A Pathway to Student Innovation

Posted by Kim Carbon on Oct 31, 2017 9:54:14 AM

3D printing in universities continues to gain its momentum as the technology becomes more accessible and its benefits becoming more evident. It is enriching learning and enabling research missions that drive innovation and invention of novel solutions to real-life problems. From its growing popularity among undergraduate students to post-graduates and professors, universities are finding more ways to use 3D printing in education to complement their works.

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3D Printing Aerospace Parts - Type A Machines to Join Lockheed Martin’s 3D Printing Expo

Posted by Kim Carbon on Oct 16, 2017 9:09:00 AM

3D printing aerospace parts is rapidly gaining traction among many aerospace companies as they continue to find more unprecedented applications for the technology. This coming October 18th, the adoption of 3D printing in aerospace industry and the benefits it brings will again be showcased, as 3D printing companies join the Lockheed Martin’s 3D Printing Expo in Sunnyvale, California. As one of the participating vendors in this exciting expo, we will also be bringing our own 3D printers and will be showcasing our cutting-edge technology designed to advance the field of 3D manufacturing.

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3D Printing in Education Is Redefining How We Teach - Learn How!

Posted by Kim Carbon on Sep 29, 2017 7:31:50 AM

3D printing in education is redefining the world of learning. As its potential continues to unfold, with more breakthroughs than ever before, we see 3D printing make its way into more classrooms, with its adoption rate only growing each year. And like other industries such the aerospace, healthcare, and oil and gas, many academic administrations have taken advantage of the growing accessibility of 3D printing to raise the bar in advancing the teaching methods of educators and the learning of students.

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Type A Machines Brings Its 3D Printing Expertise to Oakland

Posted by Shawn Hopwood on Sep 19, 2017 11:35:48 AM

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Joins in Ribbon Cutting to Welcome Hardware-Focused Coworking Facility, Circuit Launch, and the New Headquarters of Type A Machines


Left to right: Erik Katz, CEO of Circuit Launch, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, and Andrew Rutter, CEO of Type A Machines

Type A Machines has brought its 3D printing technology to Oakland with the recent opening of its new headquarters at Circuit Launch - a newly-dedicated 30,000 square foot coworking space in Oakland, California, devoted to hardware startups. The official ribbon cutting and grand opening of the facility was held yesterday.

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Type A Machines to Join Noisebridge for 10-Year Anniversary

Posted by Admin on Sep 8, 2017 12:09:04 PM

Type A Machines will be attending the 10th year anniversary celebration of Noisebridge Hackerspace the place where it all began.

Located in the heart of San Francisco, Noisebridge served as a great inspiration toward the founding of Type A Machines.The co-founders of Type A Machines all met at events that took place at Noisebridge, using their facilities to help create the first prototype of the Series 1. A hackerspace run for and by hackers and makers like us, it was the place where our founders, including our present CEO Andrew Rutter, would meet and start to experiment with self-replicating manufacturing machines  the prelude to our story as a 3D printing company.

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