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"By partnering with Aquarius and the National Computer Corporation of Russia through this strategic investment, Zecotek will complete the commercialization and integration of the 3D printer technology, the patented auto-stereoscopic 3D flat screen monitor, and the auto-stereoscopic 3D large format screen. Aquarius has recognized the value of our 3D technologies and we look forward to collaborating further for a speedy move to commercialization of our patented and patent pending technologies." Aquarius is a leading computer company. With over 200 service centers in 135 cities of the Russian Federation , the Corporation has an extensive product portfolio which includes: personal computers, servers, note-books, all-in-one thin clients, data storage systems and clustering solutions. Aquarius is a provider of end-to-end computer solutions to the industrial markets of Russia . "Zecotek's unique 3D technologies provide for value added solutions and find clear synergy with our products," said Mr. Vladimir Shibanov , Executive Vice-President of the Aquarius Group and CEO of the Production Company Aquarius. "The possibilities are real and varied. A high speed, auto-stereoscopic multiple view and glasses free desktop monitor would open many applications and so would the interfaced 3D printing peripherals. We look forward to executing the LOI and providing Zecotek 3D Company, with the necessary support to complete their work and take their products to market." Zecotek Display Systems is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zecotek Photonics. It owns a valuable portfolio of patented and patent pending 3D technologies. The main technologies include: Flat screen, front projection 3D auto-stereoscopic display, Large format, rear projection 3D auto-stereoscopic display, 3D printer technology, New material alloys and semiconducting for 3d printing, Accompanying interfaces for all 3D technologies. The 3D patent portfolio includes allowances from the United States , China , Europe , Eurasia, Russia and Australia . Other patents have been filed and are pending in Japan , Korea and India . Zecotek Display`s glasses free patented 3D Display System is based on the auto-stereoscopic principle, but with substantial innovative and patented improvements and represents a new and unique generation of 3D displays.
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The key industry segments such as healthcare and aerospace, which are growing at a promising rate, have witnessed significant penetration of 3D printing technology. Consumer product industry remains the largest application segment with about 22% of the market share, while defense sector is expected to exhibit the fastest growth at a CAGR of 17.2%during the forecast period. North America leads the 3D printing market with about 43.9% revenue share in 2013, followed closely by European region. The dominance of North American market is attributed to the growth in healthcare, consumer, aerospace and automobile industry. Asia-Pacific would be the fastest growing market, having a CAGR of 51.9% during 2014-2020, due to faster adoption of 3D printing in the developing industrial sectors. The competitive analysis and strategies followed by key market players is also presented in the report. The companies mentioned in the report include 3D Systems, Stratasys, Arcam AB, Autodesk, ExOne, Hoganas AB, Optomec, Organovo Holdings, Ponoko and Voxeljet Ag. Browse all reports related to semiconductor and electronics, visit at http://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/semiconductor-and-electronics-market-report About Us: Allied Market Research (AMR) is a full-service market research and business consulting wing of Allied Analytics LLP based in Portland, Oregon. Allied Market Research provides global enterprises as well as medium and small businesses with unmatched quality of "Market Research Reports" and "Business Intelligence Solutions". AMR has a targeted view to provide business insights and consulting to assist its clients to make strategic business decisions and achieve sustainable growth in their respective market domain. We are in professional corporate relations with various companies and this helps us in capturing most accurate market data and confirms utmost accuracy of our market forecasts.
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This setting allows their diverse talents to emerge, and it has a great impact on building confidence in their abilities, particularly for the women. Klawe: Can you give me some examples of project-based experiences that have been impactful for women? Nancy Lape: One of the most popular electives across the college is a first-year engineering lab called E11: Autonomous Vehicles. Students build small robotic cars using electronics and 3D printing, and then compete in a final capture the flag competition. The course is a hands-on introduction to mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering, computer science, design, systems, and controls. If you want to see why it appeals to students, just watch this short video of a final competition . The winning team: two female students who had no prior experience with engineering or coding. Klawe: What kinds of experiences are beneficial to women in upper-level courses? Orwin: We have an innovative second-year course, E80: Experimental Engineering, in which students work in teams to build small rockets and program them to gather data in flight.
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The frames are made from 100% precision laser cut acrylic in a rainbow of transparent colors. "Despite the low price, the OneUp delivers professional level output down to 50 micron resolution at high speeds," said Nathan Myers Lead Sales for Q3D . "The price point is low enough that a company can put a OneUp on every engineer's or artists' desk without breaking the bank; access to 3D printing
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