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    Why We 3D Print Pharmaceuticals

    Traditional methods of making pharmaceuticals are well understood and well regulated; so why would we think about 3D printing them? Dr. Clive Roberts from the University of Nottingham's School of...
  2. Oberle Uses German RepRap 3D Printer in Shoe Production

    German shoe maker Oberle - Gesunde Schuhe has been creating custom shoes for 158 years, and in that time has worked to keep up with the latest technological advances. Since 2006, the company has been...
  3. Rocket Crafters Receives Contract from DARPA

    This week, Rocket Crafters, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a $542,600 contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to build and test a large-scale hybrid rocket engine...
  4. University of Wollongong 3D Prints Brain Tissue

    When it comes to treating disease and injury, the brain might be the most difficult in the entire body. Everything else in the body is controlled by the brain, so damage or malfunction within the...
  5. New Challenges from NASA and Freelancer.com

    It's become obvious over the last several years that NASA loves a good contest. The agency is enthusiastic about crowdsourcing ideas and inventions from the general public through design challenges,...
  6. Disney Research Develops Bendable Machines

    In a new paper, Disney Research researchers explain how they used 3D printing to demonstrate a new computational design tool that redesigns conventional joints and hinges to be compliant and flexible...
  7. Forecast 3D and Sculpteo Offering Multi Jet Fusion

    Back in March, California company Forecast 3D announced that it would shortly be receiving two of HP's Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers, making the founding partner one of the first companies to offer...
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    Simplify3D Releases Version 4.0

    It's been over a year since Simplify3D released a new version of its popular 3D slicing software program. Version 3.1 offered a host of new features as well as compatibility with more than two dozen...
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    3D Printing Spotlight on Hilary Johnson

    As we continue to focus on the people behind the 3D printing industry as well as the makeup of the business, Hilary Johnson of Fabrisonic shares her journey with us. Those working in the industry...
  10. Dassault Systemes Announces New Partnerships

    Dassault Systemes' 3DEXPERIENCE allows for digital design capabilities and unprecedented project collaboration. The company is focusing increasingly on bringing the 3D design capabilities to the...
  11. 3D Printing Vegetables So Kids Will Eat Them

    Getting kids to eat healthy foods like fruit and vegetables - especially vegetables - is a task that parents have struggled with for ages. Some parents have had to get creative to get vegetables into...
  12. IAAC Demonstrates On Site Robotic 3D Printing

    In May, experts from the construction industry met in Barcelona at the 20th annual Barcelona Building Construmat, a conference that promotes innovation in construction. The Institute for Advanced...
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    3D Models Help With Rhinoplasty

    Each year, several hundred thousand people in the United States undergo rhinoplasties, or, as they're more commonly known, nose jobs. Why are these procedures so common? It's understandable, in a way...
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    Man Receives 3D Printed Skull Implant

    35-year-old Chris Cahill has received a 3D printed implant in his skull. After an infection in the region where doctors needed to reconstruct his skull, it was apparent that they would need to come...
  15. Team AVAIL to Study 3D Printing in Microgravity

    Team AVAIL, made up of four students from the University of Toronto, is one of four teams chosen to participate in the Canadian Reduced Gravity Experiment Design Challenge (CAN-RGX). Experiments...
  16. FreeFAB 3D Printing Used in Crossrail Project

    The largest construction project in Europe right now involves digging a new railway system, running east to west across London. Called Crossrail, the ambitious project will result in a railway that...
  17. Financing as a Barrier to Entry in 3D Printing

    The business around additive manufacturing faces several challenges in increasing adoption, many of which were in focus during this month's International Conference on 3D Printing and Additive...
  18. Flam3D Launches Family of the Future Project

    Flanders is a region in Belgium that has been increasing its focus on 3D printing and collaboration to drive industrial growth. Flam3D, a nonprofit that works with around 70 businesses and research...
  19. Stanford University Develops New Kind of Soft Robot

    Stanford University is home to some of the most advanced research and respected scientists in the world, and what's especially impressive about the work coming out of the university is that much of...
  20. 3D Printed Sensors to Detect Forest Fires

    A forest fire can spread unbelievably fast, which means that early detection is critical. The current systems in place for detecting the spread of forest fires, however, aren't perfect. Watch towers,...
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    MIT CSAIL Introduces InstantCAD

    A lot of fascinating research goes on at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). Just recently, we learned about the group's work on the development of glasses-free 3D TV, and...
  22. CP Glass Uses VSHAPER 270 Double 3D Printer in Bottle Production

    CP Glass S.A. has been very busy at their new R&D facility. As leaders in Europe for high-quality packaging (mainly for beer and liquor), they have expanded their production to include 3D printing....
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    3D Printing Business News

    It's officially the weekend, and we know you're ready to kick back and relax. So, we've taken the liberty of putting some of the latest 3D printing business news for you here, in easily digestible,...
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    Study on 3D Printing Toy and Game Market

    A new study from Michigan Tech and MyMiniFactory examines the impact that 3D printing will have on the toy and game market -- and results show that the effects could be quite big. Professor Joshua...
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    3D Printing News Briefs, 7/21/17

    As usual, the 3D printing world has been pretty busy over the last several days. For this week's second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we're covering everything from business and 3D printing...
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