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3D From Nothing powered by Metalmite is the podcast all about 3D printing and additive manufacturing. You will learn what kinds of things you can print, what materials you can print, who is currently using the technology, and why you would want to use it! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thomas-gendich/support

3D From Nothing Thomas Gendich

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3D From Nothing powered by Metalmite is the podcast all about 3D printing and additive manufacturing. You will learn what kinds of things you can print, what materials you can print, who is currently using the technology, and why you would want to use it! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thomas-gendich/support

    3D From Nothing- Tom Gendich Discusses 3D Print video games, Harvard Patents,Loving Inventors and Metalmite's new Print Farm

    3D From Nothing- Tom Gendich Discusses 3D Print video games, Harvard Patents,Loving Inventors and Metalmite's new Print Farm

    Today we have a great show planned! We will discuss a new Video Game for 3D Print enthusiasts, A way to 3D Print Covid test kits at home for less that $30! What Harvard has been able to patent this year already using 3D Printers, And How we love inventors here at Metalmite. Simon Sinek shares about his book, The Infinite Game. Metalmite finally gets the 7 printer- 3D Print Farm up and running. Now they can print 17-4 stainless steel, Inconel, Copper, and Tool steel along with teh Nylon, Onyx, carbon fiber they have always printed.

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    • 18 min
    3D From Nothing- Interview with Kevin Carr of Master Graphics, HP Printers, 3D Systems, and Printing Jellyfish

    3D From Nothing- Interview with Kevin Carr of Master Graphics, HP Printers, 3D Systems, and Printing Jellyfish

    Today we interview Kevin Carr, President of Master Graphics. Kevin is driving the adoption of 3D print to aid clients in shortening time to market, reducing overall product development costs, and increasing innovation. Focused on creating a team that utilizes a set process to partner with leading manufacturers to successfully implement Additive Manufacturing. Master Graphics is a reseller of HP Jet Fusion Printers, 3D Systems Printers, and Ultimaker 3D Printers. 
    Also we discuss how researchers from the Japanese Yamagata University have developed a fully-3D printed actuator that could form the basis of a jellyfish-like soft robot. Using a UV-based 3D printer, the team were able to cure a newly-synthesized Particle Double Network (P-DN) hydrogel, into a mechanism that contracts in a similar way to the muscles of a moon jellyfish. Building on their novel device, the scientists now intend to create an entire aquatic robot, with potential marine wildlife monitoring applications.
    The benefits of developing soft robots that are capable of mimicking the behaviors of their organic counterparts,

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    • 47 min
    DMG Mori Additive Technology, Nils Niemeyer, Bi-Metal Printing, and Mars Landing

    DMG Mori Additive Technology, Nils Niemeyer, Bi-Metal Printing, and Mars Landing

    Welcome to 3d from nothing powered by Metalmite. The show where you learn all about 3d printing and additive technology. I'm your host, Tom Gendich. Today we have Nils Niemeyer, Manager of Sales and Service for the DMG Mori Additive team:
    Nils said “With hybrid machines, you have a big advantage,” said Nils Niemeyer, product manager for additive at DMG Mori USA. “You can build larger-volume parts very rapidly and finish-machine the parts on the same machine. There is less handling of the parts, smaller buffers. You get a finish-built product out of one setup. You integrate your supply chain completely into one machine.”
    Using the same machine for additive and subtractive also means operators can mill the inside of the part, which isn’t possible on a separate finishing machine that can finish mill only the part exterior, Norfolk said.
    “When you 3D print a part, you can always go back and mill the outside of the part on another machine but you can not mill the internal features,” he said. “Hybrid manufacturing on one machine allows you to clean up the internal features as you go.”
    Open discussion with Nils and Tom about the full offering that DMG Mori has. The advantages of additive and subtractive in the same machine. ETC…..

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    • 32 min
    Interview with Paul Hollowaty of Speed 3D, 3D Printing at Mach 3, Printing glasses for Dyslexic children, and $100 million

    Interview with Paul Hollowaty of Speed 3D, 3D Printing at Mach 3, Printing glasses for Dyslexic children, and $100 million

    Join us for an interview with Paul Hollowaty, the number one salesman in the world for Stratasys 3D Printers, and now the main representative in the US for Speed 3D, a Cold fusion printer that accelerates powder at Mach 3 and can make a casting in 6 minutes.  Also, Dr Langer of EOS, Announces the launch of a hundred million dollar fund to support 3d printing to the most promising startups. By joining forces with serial investors. KGLM ventures, majority shareholder, and EOS owner. Also see how they are 3D Printing glasses for Dyslexic chldren.


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    • 29 min
    Sean Aranda, Author of 3D Printing Failures, Captain America Print, and more

    Sean Aranda, Author of 3D Printing Failures, Captain America Print, and more

    We're really excited today to have Sean Aranda with us. Sean is the author of a book that I picked up recently called a 3D Printing Failures. It was in the top 3 of all books recommended on Amazon about 3D Printing!
    And Sean, why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and how that title came about?
    Yeah. Hi. I started working for a 3d printing farm about 2015. I did not have a lot of experience.  I think the thing I learned quickly was how undependable these printers were.  The manufactures did not tell the users about this, but we found out fast that there is a lot of maintenance and user errors that people need to know about.  That is probably the reason my book is in the top three on Amazon- because people need it!
    Tom Gendich and Sean also discuss some projects where Sean printed Captain America and Batman for personal use.  Sean also discussed the many projects he was involved with over the years and his new YouTube Channel helping 3D Print specialists learn more.

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    • 20 min
    Brandon Crain Interview-Texas Metal Printing, Printing New skin, new houses and Rockets

    Brandon Crain Interview-Texas Metal Printing, Printing New skin, new houses and Rockets

    This week Tom Gendich interviews Brandon Crain. Brandon Crain has more than 15 years of in-depth, technical, and hands-on experience in traditional subtractive manufacturing. He has worked his entire career as a team member of a growing and successful family run waterjet cutting and machining service company. Brandon has experience in all areas of a thriving small business, including shipping and receiving, purchasing, sales, quality management, and business management. Understanding and experiencing 15 years of busted knuckles, broken tools, and scrapped parts, he gained interest in the growing 3D metal printing / DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) industry. Recognizing the capability of additive manufacturing technologies and seeing opportunity to participate in the next industrial revolution, Brandon and his wife, Kristi, established Texas Metal Printing, LLC. This week we have:3D printing of new skin can help burn victims!ScienceDaily.com talks about “A new handheld 3D printer can deposit sheets of skin to cover large burn wounds -- and its "bio ink" can accelerate the healing process.The device, developed by a team of researchers from the University of Toronto Engineering and Sunnybrook Hospital, covers wounds with a uniform sheet of biomaterial, stripe by stripe.The bio ink dispensed by the roller is composed of mesenchymal stroma cells (MSCs) -- stem cells that differentiate into specialized cell types depending on their environment. In this case, the MSC material promotes skin regeneration and reduces scarring.” Would you buy a 3D printed house?“Take a Peek Inside the First of Its Kind to Hit the Real Estate MarketThe same technology used in small 3D printers can print a real house—and the first 3D home is already on the multi-list. Three-dimensional printing isn’t just for little things—SQ4D, pronounced “S-squared,” a New York construction company, uses patent-pending 3D technology, known as Autonomous Robotic Construction System (ARCS), to print houses on-site. Now, the company’s first full-size spec house is on the market, and it looks a lot like a traditional house. Check out their 3-bedroom, 2-bath house in Riverhead, New York, and keep reading to find out more about this new type of construction. Printing Rockets. 3Dprint.com says that “Indian space startup AgniKul Cosmos has developed and test-fired a fully 3D printed rocket engine. Produced as a single component in one run, the higher stage semi-cryogenic liquid propulsion engine called Agnilet was built to support its orbital-class launch vehicle Agnibaan. Even though several space agencies and companies are using additive manufacturing (AM) to churn out rocket parts and engines – most notably SpaceX, Relativity Space, and NASA –, AngiKul claims Agnilet is the first single-piece 3D printed rocket engine to pass a fire test successfully.Igniters, injectors, cooling channels, mounts, manifolds for fuel and oxygen, and nozzle are just a few of the hundreds of components that go into making a rocket engine. Moreover, most of these are incredibly complex geometries that traditionally require several conventional fabrication techniques and machining processes, such as welding, brazing, and drilling, to create a flight-worthy engine. 




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    • 34 min

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