Managing Editor
Todd is an accomplished writer and photographer who is fascinated by all things technological. His work has been published by the Associated Press, The Grand Rapids Press, Advance Newspapers, HBO and the Chicago Tribune. He also has worked as a technical writer and developer for Fortune 500 companies such as BAAN, Steelcase and Corning, Inc. Todd graduated from Michigan State University.



Sheffield Scientists Say Inexpensive Metal 3DP Powders Here Now

Where once plastics ruled the roost in the 3D printing arsenal, metals are fast gaining ground among additive manufacturers – and soon among consumers.

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BAAM Prints A Car In 44 Hours

On Saturday, September 13, a small but innovative car will be driven through the doors of McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. They say it will be the world's first 3D printed car...

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3D Bone Growth Software and Direct to Your Body Laser Sintered Parts

In most medical manufacturing, smooth, rough, and porous surfaces which are required for successful implantation into human beings are done through...

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Using 3D Printing to Improve On Balsa Wood

The technology has been around for a long time. Take oriented fibers and then sandwich layers of them together and you have lightweight, high-strength products from carbon fiber...

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GE Announces 3D Printing Production Quest Award Winners

The 3D Printing Production Quest challenged entrants to use additive manufacturing to produce complex parts with high precision using refractory metals. In case you don't know about the...

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