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Innovation Excellence Weekly - Issue 20

Innovation Excellence Weekly - Issue 20

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Published by Braden Kelley
We are proud to announce our twentieth Innovation Excellence Weekly for Scribd. Inside you'll find ten of the best innovation-related articles from the past week on Innovation Excellence - the world's most popular innovation web site and home to 5,000+ innovation-related articles.
We are proud to announce our twentieth Innovation Excellence Weekly for Scribd. Inside you'll find ten of the best innovation-related articles from the past week on Innovation Excellence - the world's most popular innovation web site and home to 5,000+ innovation-related articles.

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Published by: Braden Kelley on Feb 16, 2013
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February 15, 2013
 
 
 
Issue 20
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February 15, 2013 
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Nicolas Bry3.
 
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Jeffrey Baumgartner4.
 
 ......... Bradley (Woody) Bendle5.
 
 True Innovators
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10 Insights That Define Them
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Stefan Lindegaard6.
 
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Greg Satell7.
 
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Matthew E May9.
 
 
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.. Ralph Ohr and Tim Kastelle10.
 
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Mike Myatt
Your hosts, 
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,are innovation writers, speakers and
strategic advisors to many of the world’s leading companies.
 
“Our mission is to help you achieve innovation excellence
inside your own organization by making
innovation resources, answers, and best practices accessible for the greater good.”
 
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The Promise and Peril of 3D Printing
 
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There are things we can do, right now, to accelerate this trend. Last year, we created our first manufacturing innovation institute in Youngstown, Ohio. A once-shuttered warehouse is now astate-of-the art lab where new workers are mastering the 3D printing that has the potential torevolutionize the way we make almost everything.- President Obama, State of the Union Address, Feb. 12, 2013
3D printing
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the promise and peril of a machine that can make (almost) anything
 
I am enjoying a moment of convergence between my two parallel worlds
university technology commercialization and 3D printing. By now,
you’ve probably heard about 3D printing. 3D printing technology isn’t new —
 
it’s
 
actually been around for a few decades. What’s new is the factthat in the past few years, a “perfect storm” of converging technologies are rapidly opening up a lot of potential new applic
ations.Recently several leading Chinese universities and the government invested $80 million to form a 
 3D printing innovationcenter in Beijing. And, did you know that one of the most widely used 3D printing techniques was invented and brought to market by a
 in the 1980s? Demonstrating the value of federally funded university research, the project wasfederally funded by DARPA.
It seems that everything really is bigger in Texas, including ideas. According to the U Texas’s engineering newsletter,
 
“Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) started with a concept for a manufacturing process by a UT mechanical engi 
neering undergraduate named
Carl Deckard .” 
 

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