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Beckatt Solutions Announces Partnership with Re3dTech

  ELGIN, Ill. – April 12, 2017 – PRLog — Beckatt Solutions, aleading Chicago-area distributor of 3D printers, is pleased to announce a partnership with Re3dTech, an additive manufacturing service bureau in Grayslake, IL.  The partnership will help expand world-class, professional 3D printing to Midwest companies looking for industrial-grade 3D print service work.  Re3dTech plans…
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Beckatt Solutions Partners with EnvisionTEC

Beckatt Solutions has partnered with EnvisionTEC as a distributor, to offer customers EnvisionTEC’s DLP, 3SP and 3D Bioplotter lines of professional 3D printers. EnvisionTEC sells professional-grade 3D printers to the medical, professional and industrial markets. EnvisionTEC 3D printers are known for precision, surface quality and speed. Industry leading companies continue to choose EnvisionTEC 3D printing…
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Winners of the Future Engineers’ Star Trek™ Replicator Challenge Visit MakerBot

Posted on the MakerBot blog, on Monday, August 15th by John Feinberg Contact us to learn more about MakerBot 3D Printers. Download MakerBot in the Classroom and the MakerBot Grant Guide Back in April, we announced MakerBot’s participation in the Star Trek Replicator Challenge, a 3D printing challenge developed by Future Engineers that was calling…
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Beckatt Solutions Nominated for 2016 Chicago Innovation Awards

We are proud to announce that Beckatt Solutions has been nominated for the 2016 Chicago Innovation Awards! The Chicago Innovation Awards are an annual celebration of the most innovative new products, services and organizations in the Chicago region.  The vision of the Chicago Innovation Awards is “To make Chicago a recognized hub of innovation by igniting…
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Will 3MF tackle IP Management in the 3D Printing Industry?

Posted on the Mcor blog on July 11, 2016 by Deirdre MacCormack Contact us for more information on the 3MF file format. “The black market for a variety of goods has always been a thriving business and it looks like 3D printing may be no different. Like many other industries that have gone before, we…
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3D Printer Shipments On the Up in the Education World

Posted on the Mcor Blog on July 4th, 2016, by Emma O’Brien – Read the post on the Mcor blog. Contact us to learn more about 3D printers for education. Campus Technology recently published an article about the increase of printer shipments in the education sector in recent years based on a new report from International…
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Mcor Still Beats HP and Stratasys on Full Color 3D Printing

Published on the Mcor Technologies Blog by Deidre MacCormack on May 27th, 2016 “Last week HP launched its 3D printing offering and officially made its début in the 3D printing industry at RAPID 2016.  Even though when initial news broke in 2014 about their entry into the market, HP did outline their new platform and…
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HP Delivers World’s First Production-Ready 3D Printing System

Courtesy of 3D Printing Industry “HP Inc. unveiled the world’s first production-ready commercial 3D printing system, sparking a reinvention in design, prototyping and manufacturing. The first commercial 3D printing solution based on an open platform, the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution will create the highest quality physical parts, produce parts up to 10 times…
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Creative Minds: Creative Disruption

May 9, 2016 by Deirdre MacCormack “Last year the US Ambassador to Ireland Kevin F. O’Malley launched a new cultural endeavour entitled ‘The Creative Minds Series’. The series aims to tighten cultural ties between the US and Ireland and inspire creativity in young people which is indeed right up our street at Mcor!! Last week…
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Student Versions of SpaceClaim and ANSYS AIM are Cornerstones to New Academic Initiative

Posted on Engineering.com by Shawn Wasserman, May 5th, 2016 “In an exclusive, ANSYS announced they will be expanding the scope of their academic program.  The program’s new goals are to get young kids into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).  To that end, the company will soon be offering educational editions of theirSpaceClaim and ANSYS AIM…
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