Additive manufacturing holds the power to transform businesses and, B9Creations is leveraging talent and technology to change how things are made in industries from dentistry, jewelry manufacturing, automotive, to medical devices.
Brady Neiles is a resource biologist from South Dakota’s Game, Fish & Parks who used 3D printing to change the way wildlife populations are tracked. Rather than undergoing surgery to implant a radio transmitter, bobcat kittens at South Dakota’s Game, Fish & Parks are now tracked via an expandable 3D printed collar complete with a tracker.
“B9Creations and SDC Technologies have opened an Additive Manufacturing Material Development Lab. B9Creations is a provider of 3D printing solutions and SDC Technologies is a leader in optical coatings with applications ranging from NASA space helmets to Anti-Fog commercial refrigeration doors. Joining us today with more is Shon Anderson and he is the CEO of B9Creations.”
B9Creations and SDC Technologies officially opened up their new 500 thousand dollar 3D printing lab.
"When people visualise the next hot-spot for a high-tech manufacturing boom, a small rural state such as South Dakota might not be what be comes to mind. But it should. In South Dakota, a symbiosis of leaders in education, business and state and local governments is harmonising to educate the next generation of savvy high-tech leaders and connect this eager talent pool to a new breed of companies that are changing the face of technological and manufacturing industries.
"3D printing can automate production and create complex parts faster than many traditional processes, but post-processing of these parts often involves manual labor that cuts into those productivity gains. 3D printer company B9Creations now offers an automation solution that can eliminate that time-consuming work."
February is turning out to be a big month for professional 3D printing company B9Creations, as it has just unrolled its second product in two weeks. Its newest release, a 3D printing material called Rugged – Nylon 6, marks the launch of its engineering resin line.
3D printing solutions company B9Creations is aiming to improve and automate post-processing for resin-based 3D printing with the release of the B9Clean. The new product, being presented at the AGTA Tucson trade show this week, enables users to post-process 3D printed parts with no mess and minimal intervention.
B9Creations partners with Regional Health to 3D print bones and organs for Regional Health's life size operation game. You can try your luck at their booth in the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center during the Black Hills Stock Show.
B9Creations CEO Shon Anderson speaks Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 for a ribbon-cutting at the new location on Plant Street.