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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

Tour Desktop Metal with AET Labs

Desktop Metal Studio Printer

On October 4th AET Labs will be hosting a tour of Desktop Metal at their sleek new facility in Burlington, MA. Come and speak with the experts in metal 3DP, tour the facility and see this revolutionary technology in action. When: October 4, 2017 from 8:30-11:30am Where: Desktop Metal, 63 3rd Ave, Burlington, MA 01803   [gravityform id=”65″… read more

Winners of the 2017 Stratasys Extreme Redesign Challenge Annouced

This year’s Extreme Redesign Challenge saw more than 900 entries from student inventors, engineers, artists, and entrepreneurs, but it’s come time to pick the winners. We are proud to announce the winners of the Stratasys 2017 Extreme Redesign Challenge. Judging submissions from more than 900 student inventors, engineers, artists, and entrepreneurs, this year’s contest was co-hosted by GrabCAD and… read more

Medical Innovations in 3D Printing seminar recap

On June 7th AET Labs, along with our partners from Stratasys, kicked off our 3DP Healthcare Solutions Series with a medical roadshow at the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) in the heart of Boston’s financial district. We’d like to express a heartfelt note of thanks to all who attended our Medical Innovations in 3D Printing seminar.… read more

Additive Manufacturing is Innovating the Future of Aviation Parts Certification

JUN 16, 2017 3:56 PM SCOTT SEVCIK As the adoption of additive manufacturing processes continues to take hold in aviation, with leaders like Airbus incorporating hundreds of printed parts on their new generation aircraft , and Boeing production lines, we’re starting to recognize a next level of maturity in how regulations are being implemented to accommodate… 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

5 “Life-ready” Skills You Can Learn in a Fab Lab

Life-Ready Skills You Can Learn in a FabLab

There’s much talk these days about how “soft skills” are growing to be just as important than academic, technical skills for career success. The beauty of learning in a Fab Lab? You’ll acquire both! Here are five important “life-ready” skills students will learn in a Fab Lab: Resilience With 3D printing, laser cutting and CNC… read more

Thanks to All Who Participated in this Year’s Extreme Redesign Challenge & Digital Fabrication Showcase!

AET Labs would like to express our wholehearted appreciation to all who attended this year’s Extreme Redesign Challenge: New England Semifinals and Digital Fabrication Showcase – especially in view of our “Extreme” weather reschedule!  To our student competitors – Not only were your designs impressive, but your outstanding presentations got rave reviews from all in… read more

Extreme Re-Schedule for the 2017 Digital Fabrication Tech Showcase & Challenge

While we were hoping for a false alarm, Winter Storm Stella is certainly delivering on its promise to unleash its wrath on the New England states! Thanks to our friends at WPI our team has been able to reschedule the 2017 Digital Fabrication Tech Showcase & Extreme Redesign SemiFinal Competition for NEXT Tuesday March 21st. We… read more