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GROWING STAFF: Scott J. Pacheco, left, owner and president of Scott James Furniture & Design in Tiverton, with his father, Rob Pacheco, head bed builder. Although the company shut down for two months at the start of the pandemic in March 2020, it has done well since then, Scott Pacheco said, especially “doing a lot more work in the wealthier coastal neighborhoods for people leaving New York,” which has resulted in more full-time employees now than before COVID-19 hit. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

New model for collaboration

Rhode Island has a long, rich and diverse history of design, which arguably started with Samuel Slater. In 1789, the 21-year-old textile mill apprentice...
RAIL WAY: Armen Dumapias, drylin saw operator for igus inc., cuts a rail down to size at the East Providence facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Igus inc. continues to grow in both size and innovation

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Overall Excellence, 150-499 employees: igus Inc. WITH MORE THAN 50 years of experience developing and producing engineered plastics, Cologne, Germany-based...
FORMETRIX INC. , spun out from NanoSteel's additive manufacturing segment, appointed a new CEO, Scott Pearson, and is planning to move its headquarters to a mixed use space in the Greater Boston Area.

Formetrix spins out from Nanosteel, appoints CEO, plans move to Mass.

PROVIDENCE – Formetrix Inc., a designer and producer of steel alloys for 3D printed components, was recently spun out of Providence-based company NanoSteel. The spin...
After getting a finance degree from the University of Rhode Island and working for Xerox for about a dozen years, Andrew Coutu became a serial entrepreneur. R&D Technologies Inc., which he started with his son Justin about a decade ago, is his fifth company since 1983. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

3D printing is more than promise, it’s here and fun now

Andrew Coutu | R&D Technologies Inc. founder and CEO Before R&D Technologies, I had two companies that failed and two that were sold successfully. I...

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