THREE-dimensional printing, RAPID prototyping, HEALTH care industry, MEDICAL technology, and EQUIPMENT & supplies
The article discusses the uses of three-dimensional (3D) printing to the health care industry in Northeast Ohio. Topics discussed include the various applications of 3D printing including prototyping, modeling and explants, BioEnterprise's interest in 3D printing as an area that has a significant impact for the biomedical industry in the region, reduction in the costs of the technology and contract manufacturer The Technology House's offering of digital 3D manufacturer Carbon's technology.
THREE-dimensional printing, 3-D printers, and RAPID prototyping
The article reports that plastics company A. Schulman based in Fairlawn, Ohio has entered the materials market that serves the three-dimensional (3-D) printing industry. Topics discussed include the challenge of finding new materials with which 3-D printers can work, the first product under the name PA6-12T unveiled by Schulman and Prodways and comments from John Steele, head of business development for Schulman's powder business in Europe.
THREE-dimensional printing, RAPID prototyping, and MACHINING
The article reports on the ability of machining manufacturer Ultra Tech Machinery and technology manufacturer Fabrisonic to combine additive manufacturing and traditional computer numerical control machining into an equipment. Topics mentioned include the chief competitive advantages of 3D printing, the decision of Fabrisonic not to seek alliances with big machine tool companies, and a report from several groups in July 2016 about the potential for 3D manufacturing.
THREE-dimensional printing, BUSINESS expansion, RAPID prototyping, and BUSINESS relocation
The article profiles the three-dimensional printing services provider The Technology House. Topics discussed include the history of the company, the factors that contribute to the continuous growth of the business and the products and services offered by the firm. Also mentioned is the business' relocation to a building in Streetsboro, Ohio.
The article discusses the Business Innovation Garage service of insurance company Progressive. Topics covered include the aims and innovation mechanics of the Business Innovation Garage service, the headquarters built for the Business Innovation Garage service, and the far-out ideas that helped in the development of the Business Innovation Garage service. It also discusses the benefits of using Progressive's Business Innovation Garage service.
INDUSTRIAL equipment, RAPID prototyping, LAYOFFS, and INVESTMENTS
The article focuses on various realignment processes at Thogus Products Co. in 2009. The firm has invested 2 million dollars to buy its largest-tonnage injection press yet, along with seven servo robots and two fused deposition modeling machines for rapid prototyping and low-volume part production. As stated, it has also reorganized its factory floor into more-efficient manufacturing cells. In February 2009, Thogus laid off 15 full-time employees.
THREE-dimensional printing, RAPID prototyping, TECHNOLOGICAL innovations, and MANUFACTURING processes
The article reports on the claim by T. A. Grimm and Associates president Todd Grimm that he has apprehensions in the future of three-dimensional (3D) printing, which is also called additive manufacturing. Grimm made his comment at a conference in Great Britain in early October 2012. Grimm cited the 2012 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies special report by Gartner Research as the basis of his comments.
FUEL cell industry, SUBSIDIARY corporations, CORPORATE headquarters, and HIGH technology industries personnel
The article reports that the Fuel Cell Prototyping Center at Stark State College of Technology, Ohio, has received a boost when the U.S. headquarters of Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems (US) Inc. moved in. The subsidiary of the English jet engine maker not only fills the whole building, but will lease more space. Moreover, Rolls-Royce is in talks with state officials about possibly expanding its presence, which already is one of Ohio's biggest fuel cell companies
Crain's Cleveland Business; 05/26/97, Vol. 18 Issue 21, p38, 2/3p, 1 Black and White Photograph
Features the process of prototyping, the production of parts using a method known as sterolithography, which was developed by Chip Gear, president of the company Technology House. Benefits of `desktop manufacturing' in the testing and evaluation of products before mass production; Background information on Gear and his company.