Some of the newest and brightest engineering minds are helping a small reseller and service bureau in Rhode Island usher in the next generation of 3D printing and keep top STEM talent in the state. R&D Technologies, based in North Kingstown, R.I., started out in 2000 as a SolidWorks value-added reseller before transitioning in 2008 to a Stratasys reseller and 3D printing service bureau. That’s about the same time Justin Coutu, president and son of company founder Andrew Coutu, came on to establish the new 3D printing business.
It's difficult to pick up a newspaper, magazine or log on to your local browser without yet another story popping up on how 3-D printing is revolutionizing one industry after another. We read about the astonishing things being done in the medical profession, how it is impacting the auto industry and the strides it is making on how fine jewelry is now being manufactured.
Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced that its reseller R&D Technologies, has been named the fastest-growing technology company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News.
R&D Technologies Helps a Young Boy with Type 1 Diabetes
How can 3D printing help someone with diabetes? Read this article on ProvidenceJournal.com now to learn how R&D Technologies has changed the life of a young boy who has Type 1 diabetes.