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Until now, 3D printing has been a polymer affair, with most people in the maker community using the machines to make all manner of plastic consumer goods, from tent stakes to chess sets. A new low-cost 3D printer developed by Michigan Technological University’s Joshua Pearce and his team could add hammers to that list. The detailed plans, software and firmware are all freely available and open-source, meaning anyone can use them to make their own metal 3D printer.
The University of Michigan Health System and Jackson-based Allegiance Health Monday announced they had signed a letter of intent to affiliate, with Allegiance Health becoming a member of the UMHS network.
TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. (NYSE: TRW) has today announced that its latest Lane Keeping Assist technology, incorporating closed loop control, has gone into production for the first time on two vehicle platforms for the European market.
Liberty Center One announced the availability of Comcast Business fiber services at its Royal Oak data center.
Tolera Therapeutics Inc., a pharma startup developing a novel T-cell targeted therapeutic platform, announced Tuesday that it has appointed Ashleigh Palmer as president, CEO and a member of its board.
Great Lakes Wines and Spirits is rolling out its first compressed natural gas trucks.
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