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How 3D Printing Works

The process of 3D printing seems daunting at first but it’s actually a very easy technology to work with. Engineers help companies create a virtual product design using special computer software designed specifically for 3D printing jobs. If you have an existing product in hand, the sample can be copied using a 3D scanner that creates the necessary computer files.  A more complex process involves the creation of a virtual prototype of the product using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software.

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How 3D Printing Makes Your Dreams a Reality

Three-dimensional (3D) printing is one of the hottest technologies sweeping the country right now. The value of 3D printing is practically limitless; it’s used in everything from brain surgery to middle school science projects. The technology is also gaining traction among entrepreneurs who know that 3D printing is a great way to make their dreams a reality.

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3D Prototyping Tech Unveiled During Madera, California Event

The process of printing in a three dimensional space is part science, part art. That is why Blue Dolphin R&D, a Blue Dolphin Design and Engineering Company, was selected to host a 3D printer showcase, featuring its unique prototyping capabilities.

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Special Report: We Are Fresno

A 36-year old Clovis man has turned his brilliant idea into reality by manufacturing a paper towel holder which also charges your electronic devices made possibly by product design, development and prototyping by Blue Dolphin Design & Engineering.

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Special Report: 3D Printing

Local news channel CBS47’s Tony Botti reports on the amazing three dimensional printing technology that helps keep Blue Dolphin Design and Engineering at the forefront of technological innovation.

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New Year brings new Robot from Madera High School Robotics!

Blue Dolphin Engineering has been helping sponsor Madera High School’s “MadTown Robotics” for the past 7 years along with her partner companies B-K Lighting, TEKA Illumination and Star Finishes.

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