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Makerbot METHOD X is being tapped to create prototype and production parts for a NASA Lunar Rover project in the works at Lockheed Martin Space.
Findings from MakerBot’s new trend report on 3D printing in education show its significance to continue engaging students and encouraging team collaboration in remote settings, company reports.
Users can explore printing rigid 316L stainless steel parts for industrial applications alongside advanced engineering polymers and composites on METHOD with the MakerBot LABS Experimental Extruder.
Callum CBE plans to leverage the METHOD X 3D printer to produce functional prototypes, tooling, and production parts for customized cars.
Report underscores the use of 3D printing as a learning tool to drive engagement with students and help them develop critical thinking and design thinking skills.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber can retain its mechanical properties due to low moisture absorption, enabling it to maintain consistent performance, company says.
New MakerBot report finds 3D printing will play a bigger role in the supply chain and in localized manufacturing over the next few years.
Over half of survey respondents plan to invest up to $100,000 in 3D printing technologies next year.
MakerBot CloudPrint delivers a seamless workflow for remote engineering teams.