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Bringing the promise of 3-D printing to R.I.

Published 09/12/2014

FASTER AND CHEAPER: With the growing embrace of 3-D printing in the manufacturing and academic worlds, R&D Technologies is experiencing strong growth. Here Justin and Andrew Coutu, president and CEO of the company respectively, show off many objects produced with the technology. By Lori Stabile PBN Staff Writer Posted 9/15/14 These aren’t your average printers. They can create 3-D prototypes...

RI 2014 Fastest Growing and Innovative Companies

Published 08/18/2014

(Updated, 5:30 p.m., Aug. 18) PROVIDENCE – Some of the region’s most buzzworthy companies have been named in Providence Business News’ third Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies awards program. Companies with the largest percentage growth of revenue from 2011 to 2013 in four revenue size categories, along with the most innovative companies in each of 10 industry categories,...

"Regulators Need to Catch Up with 3-D Printing Technology "

Published 07/29/2014

3-D printing can create medical devices that can save and improve lives, but regulators are holding up progress.  Article by Justin Coutu Ever since Garrett Peterson was born, his parents have had to watch him suddenly stop breathing. Garrett was born with a trachea so weak that the littlest things make it collapse, cutting off his ability...

"3D printing: market hype or the 'next big thing'?"

Published 11/18/2013

COMING ALIVE: Andy Coutu, president of R&D Technologies, and Gemma Downey inspect a 3-D-printed car seat. By Patrick AndersonPBN Staff Writer There’s something unusual about the doorstops at R&D Technologies Inc.’s new Quonset Business Park offices in North Kingstown. Instead of getting them at a big-box store or clicking on the website of an online office supplier, company...

"More expansion at Quonset Business Park"

Published 08/26/2013

More expansion at Quonset Business Park By ABC6 Chief Political Reporter Mark Curtis    The latest expansion of the Quonset Business Park is off the ground. Smaller offices, for small businesses are now being offered, even for short periods of time. Already one start–up has moved in. "It offers us a central location in Rhode Island to bring our customers...