The world’s largest commercial 3D printer has recently produced its first round of prototypes for UK customers.
3Dealise utilised ExOne’s S-Max sand printer, currently the largest and fastest of its kind available on the market, capable of producing prints up to the size of a phone box, to produce the prints that will ship later this month.
This week's show feature interview with Julian Ross, CEO, and Jay Lopez, COO, of OxySure Systems (OXYS), a medical technology company focused on the design, manufacture, and distribution of specialty respiratory and medical solutions.
OxySure (OXYS) to Host Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results Conference Call at 9:00 am ET on November 14, 2014
Halliburton Co. (HAL) Chief Executive Officer Dave Lesar is joining the chorus of oil executives who say they aren't worried about falling oil prices, and expect them to climb next year.
"Despite what people are thinking, demand is creeping up, albeit at a lower rate than it has been," he said. The downward pressure on prices is mostly due to an oversupply, and Lesar said that will quickly prove self-correcting, especially when it comes to U.S. shale production.
OxySure’s “Ebola Intervention Kit” is designed to provide caregivers two critical tools for the early treatment of Ebola patients or for anyone showing possible Ebola symptoms.
$75 dollars a barrel – that's the price crude oil would have to hit for frackers in North Dakota's Bakken fields to feel pressure to slow new projects.
Form SC 13G
Nuverra Environmental Filed by: Kleinwort Benson Investors Dublin Ltd
EDGAR SEC FILINGS – 10/23/2014
Oct 30, 2014 9:16 AM
With all the shale boom in the U.S. comes opportunity for cleaners such as Nuverra Environmental Solutions, which offers environmental solutions to its industrial clients. The company registered strong sales growth till last year and was looking all set to make a sustainable business for its engineering services.
• Combined market size close to $1B annually, with about 50% in the US alone
• The merger creates a combined entity with initial annual revenues expected to be in excess of $10M
• Anticipated annual synergies of $2-3 million, improved cash flows and a strengthened balance sheet
• Significantly improved financial strength, flexibility and product capabilities
• Long-term operating performance and improvements through increased scale and significant synergies
In all, we believe that HP is more likely to focus on bolt-on acquisitions in order to expand its portfolio of technologies and that smaller companies such as Arcam (OTCPK:AMAVF), ExOne (NASDAQ:XONE) and Voxeljet (NYSE:VJET) could be potential targets.
The latest letter talks about the fund’s new venture, its Cyprus Recovery Investment Partners fund, which was launched in the summer.
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A recent Forbes report states that 35 percent of advertisements for engineering jobs in the last month prioritize 3D printing and additive manufacturing as the most sought-after skill by employers. And Wanted Analytics finds that the number of job ads requiring workers with 3D printing skills increased 1,834 percent in four years, and 103 percent from August 2013 to August 2014.
These findings show the industry is on a massive upward trajectory as it continues its climb into the mainstream.
Clark Hood has over 25 years experience in healthcare, medical devices and emergency medical equipment, and specifically in sales and sales management. Prior to joining OxySure, Clark spent over 16 years with Cardiac Science, a global medical device manufacturer of automated external defibrillation (AED) products and management services in over 100 countries.
At Cardiac Science he served as Vice President of Resuscitation, having previously served in various management positions, including Vice-President of Sales for North America and Director of National Accounts for North America. As one of the original members of the sales and management team at Survivalink, a privately held Minneapolis based AED company, Clark played a key role in helping the company grow revenue exponentially from $1.5m in 1996 to approximately $20m in 2001 which lead to the company’s ultimate sale to Cardiac Science, Inc. for over $70m that same year.
the Company has been selected by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to exhibit its OxySure Model 615 portable emergency oxygen system and other OxySure technologies at the USPTO’s Innovation Expo to be held at The Smithsonian. The expo will be held from 10 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET on Saturday and Sunday, November 1-2, 2014 at the National Air and Space Museum at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
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OxySure announced that the Company has signed a distribution contract with Ajad Medical to be the Company's exclusive distributor in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The contract has a minimum contract value of $2.46 million and requires a minimum purchase of 18,000 units of the Company's portable emergency oxygen system (Model 615) and replacement cartridges over three years to maintain exclusivity.