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Highlights From Hanover Messe 2019

Wow! What a fantastic week at the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. AET Labs was delighted to attend Hanover Messe 2019 with our special guests Dr. Ed Bouquillon, Superintendent of Minuteman High School in Lexington, MA and Dan Larochelle, Advanced Manufacturing Technology Department Chair at Manchester Community College in Manchester, NH. Together with… read more

MakerBot launches 3D Printing Certification Program for Students

Apr 2 – 2019 | | by Felipe Castaneda, Senior Creative Manager, MakerBot MakerBot expands its 3D printing educational ecosystem with a new program aimed to empower students with design thinking and creative problem-solving skills through real-world design applications. MakerBot, a global leader in 3D printing, bridges the 3D printing skills gap with the launch… read more

Stratasys Unveils the New F120 Industrial-Grade 3D Printer

Stratasys is transforming 3D printing again! Today, April 1st, Stratasys presented their answer to industry-ready additive tech to the world at AMUG 2019, and the superior capabilities of this desktop sized 3D printer are no joke. “The F120 is designed to be easier to own, but with industrial strength,” said Gina Scala, director of marketing,… read more

Do more with your CNC Router!

Techno CNC is transforming the modern shop floor with cutting-edge routers. While old-school woodworking tools have their place in today’s wood shop, CNC is helping to expand what is possible for modern craftspeople. Check out this testimonial and review by CNC programmer and operator, and designer of custom furniture for high-end clients, Hal Woodin of… read more

Stratasys on CNN: 3D Printing Takes on Manufacturing

Interested in learning more about additive manufacturingand how it’s transforming manufacturing? Listen as Andy Middleton, Executive President of Stratasys EMEA talks 3D Printing on a recent edition of CNN’s “Quest Means Business”!… read more

Engineering Entrepreneurial Powerhouse to Keynote Dig it. Fab it. Make it.

AET Labs is delighted to announce MIT superstar, entrepreneur, and champion of women in STEM, Shreya Dave as our headliner for this year’s Dig it. Fab it. Make it. MIT “2018 Innovator Under 35” and Via Separations CEO and co-founder, Ms. Dave will share her path to entrepreneurship and inspire us with her genuine passion… read more

Are you Ready for Dig it. Fab it. Make it?

AET Labs is delighted to announce the return of Dig it. Fab it. Make it. for 2019. Educators from across New England are invited to join AET Labs and our co-hosts Stratasys and GrabCAD on May 17th from 9:00 – 2:00 for this year’s Fab Lab & Makerspace Expo for Education at WPI. We have… read more

Diman Regional Makes History with Desktop Metal 3D Printer

On Monday December 10th, Diman Regional Technical Vocational High School made history, becoming the first secondary school in the United States equipped with its own in-house 3D metal printing system. Made by Burlington-based innovator Desktop Metal, this machine will allow students to make and test parts which are otherwise costly and time-consuming using traditional manufacturing… read more

The Latest Industry News From The Folks Who Know I4.0

The newest edition of trends magazine from the global automation leaders at Festo features industry certification, the changing vocations of Industry 4.0, the cobot revolution and a spotlight on Germany’s oldest sparkling wine cellars ultramodern production technology and much more. Access the magazine here to read all these great articles: Changing Vocations Ready 4 Success… read more

Announcing Our Technical Training Workshop Series for Winter 2019

AET Labs is hitting the road again this winter with an all-new lineup of one-day technical training workshop for New England educators. Come hone your skills, satisfy professional development requirements and network with like-minded instructors while learning cool new tips, tricks and applications to bring back and inspire your students. New Winter 2019 Workshops Include:… read more