Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys’ On-Demand Webinar: How do we bridge the additive manufacturing skills gap?

The Workforce Development Challenge: Bridging the Additive Manufacturing Skills Gap: Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Certification Program 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) has the potential to transform manufacturing supply chains – speeding processes and reducing costs. And its impact is seen across every industry, from aerospace to medical devices. Unfortunately, one of the most overlooked aspects… read more

Masconomet High School Future Engineer Interns for AET labs

AET Labs recently had the pleasure of hosting a bright young intern and budding engineer from Masconomet Regional High School here at our Essex, MA headquarters. Senior Tori LeClair came to us in early April bringing with her a sharp mind, a sweet disposition and an eagerness to learn about digital fabrication and the design… read more

The Path to Career Readiness Through Additive Manufacturing Certification

Stratasys has teamed up with Dunwoody College of Technology to offer a certificate in Additive Manufacturing. Students learn how to how to set-up, run, maintain and calibrate 3D printers, and adapt printing techniques to traditional manufacturing processes. The new, hands-on training offers Dunwoody students a path to career readiness not found at many other institutions. “This certificate… read more

Registration Open for Stratasys’ Additive Manufacturing Certification for Educators

The Workforce Development Challenge: Bridging the Additive Manufacturing Skills Gap: Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Certification Program Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018 Time: 1:00 p.m. CT / 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) has the potential to transform manufacturing supply chains – speeding processes and reducing costs. And its impact… read more

Minuteman High School Hosts Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate New Advanced Manufacturing Program

On Thursday, February 15, 2018 Minuteman High School in Lexington, MA unveiled its highly-anticipated new Advanced Manufacturing Lab to students, members of local industry and a host of invited dignitaries including Massachusetts Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, State Representatives Kate Hogan, Denise Garlick and Jay Kaufman, State Senator Richard Ross and Assistant Secretary for Career Education… read more

Popular Science Names Desktop Metal Production System “2017 Best of What’s New” in Engineering

PRESS RELEASE – Popular Science Names Desktop Metal Production System “2017 Best of What’s New” in Engineering OCT 17 2017—BURLINGTON, Mass. Highlighting its speed and inkjet technology, Popular Science recognized the Desktop Metal Production System™ with its “2017 Best of What’s New” award in the Engineering category. The Production System is the first metal 3D… read more

Extreme Redesign 2018 Announced

Chances are if you were to give your savvy students a product to critique they would quickly assess it and think “I can make this better”, and they’d probably be right! Why not harness that “making” enthusiasm into an engineering design learning opportunity?   Extreme Redesign is a global quest sponsored by Stratasys and GrabCAD… read more

A Doctor’s Perspective on the Future of 3D Printing in Hospitals

In this first installment of our 3DP Healthcare Solutions Blog Series we take a closer look at a ground-breaking investigative trial called 3D Hearts Enabling a Randomized Trial (3DHEART). This initiative is a clinical study to better understand the impact of 3D printed heart models for pre-operative planning for pediatric heart surgery. In a recent interview with Dr. Alistair Phillips, Co-Chair for the… read more

Congratulations to this Year’s Massachusetts SkillsUSA Mechatronics & Additive Manufacturing Winners!

AET Labs team had the pleasure of supporting the Mechatronics & Additive Manufacturing student competitions last Friday, held at Blackstone Regional Technical School. We are always impressed with the exemplary level of student determination, innovation and ingenuity displayed by our local student chapter of SkillsUSA, and this year was no exception. AET’s Dave Kempskie oversaw… read more