Two members of our mechanical design team took a trip to the Twin Cities to participate in the Advanced Insight and Fortus training this week. They learned a variety of advanced 3D printing optimization skills that can be applied to current and future builds.
IDS offers Additive Manufacturing as well as turn-key contract manufacturing, assembly and fulfillment services. We also offer Design for Additive Manufacturing and Additive Manufacturing capabilities in-house.
Earlier this Summer, IDS brought onboard senior UW-Madison Mechanical Engineering student Jacob Olson for an internship. Jacob has brought some fresh ideas and hands-on support to the IDS’ mechanical design team. We’re glad to have the extra help.
Earlier this year, IDS’ Senior Industrial Designer and Business Development Manager attended the annual National Restaurant Association Trade Show at McCormick Place in iconic downtown Chicago, IL. They spent a couple of days visiting with customers, networking with vendors and checking out some the latest trends and technology around the restaurant industry.
Scott Olson (President) visited the IMTS 2016 Show at McCormick Place in Chicago this week. A large turn-out for the show and an impressive display of Additive Manufacturing capabilities from a number of exhibitors at the show. Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s 3D-printed building and vehicles were pretty impressive indicators of what the future of 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing looks like.
Congratulations are in order for IDS’ Industrial Design Associate, Ritha Chan. His senior project [for The University of Wisconsin Stout] is a concept developed from high end carry-on luggage. Inspired by BMW’s design DNA, Ritha strived to develop a complete luxury experience for potential users. This semester long project has been completed, bringing many hours of education and experience.