Learn what it takes to turn ideas into prototypes and prototypes into finished products.
Rachel demonstrates how to process a scanned 3D model with Meshmixer and SolidWorks.
Rachel describes the dip molding process and addresses the advantages and disadvantages of the manufacturing technique.
Todd gives an overview of the workflow to get from a design to a finished part using our CNC Router.
Add these events to your Calendar Morning Coffee with Hardware Design Engineers November 21, 2017 8:30a – Get your morning…
Last year Root3 Labs experimented with multi-material 3D-printing to deliver prototypes that simulated a button and gasket that would be…
We’re sponsoring the upcoming RAMP MD symposium to explore new bio-medical applications of additive manufacturing and 3D Printing. We’ll also…
At a recent 3D Maryland “3D Innovators Group” event, I presented a few short case studies of recent projects to describe how I’ve used 3D printing as both a tool to evaluate a design and as a finished demonstration prototype.
Root3 Labs℠ is excited to be part of the new National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI), formed through a $3.5 million award over 5 years from the FDA to the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Medical Center.
Root3 Labs and collaborating university hospital surgeons have been awarded a $50,000 TEDCO grant to commercialize a novel medical device. The project will develop and test prototypes of a patent-pending expandable endoscopic surgical instrument, advancing the technology toward a commercial product.