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Boeing and Northrop Grumman joined other aerospace giants in a US White House-backed program to boost the use of 3D printing among smaller suppliers.
Salvador Rivas Trujillo
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Salvador Rivas Trujillo
Director General
S*ARC
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Challenges in the real estate sector can be turned into great opportunities through innovative and sustainable building technologies, Salvador Rivas
Sebastián Romo, CEO, Tridi
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Sebastián Romo
CEO
Tridi
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Additive manufacturing takes off in Mexico, with about 40 percent of engineering companies owning a 3D printer, says Intelligy 3DLab (formerly Tridi).
Fadi Abro
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Fadi Abro
Director of Automotive Business
Stratasys
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Thanks to its numerous benefits, additive manufacturing is increasingly permeating Mexico’s automotive industry, says Stratasys Director Fadi Abro.
MAS1300
News Article
3D printing is finding a growing number of applications in manufacturing, agreed experts during the “Additive Manufacturing” panel of MAS 2022.
Guillaume Corpart
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Guillaume Corpart
Founder & CEO
Global Health Intelligence
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3D has revolutionized the health industry, cutting manufacturing costs and with it the prices paid by patients, writes Guillaume Corpart.
3D Printed Home in Tabasco
News Article
Two nonprofits and a technology construction company join forces to 3D print a neighborhood in Tabasco, Mexico, for the most vulnerable families.
digital skills, workforce
Weekly Roundups
The pandemic triggered a shift towards digitalization in almost every industry. With it, new skills are needed in the world of work
Patient at hospital bed
News Article
Entrepreneurs are developing low-cost life-saving devices for COVID-19 patients in critical condition.
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