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  1. Woman's Neck Tumor and Affected Bones Removed, Replaced with 3D Printed Bones

    As far back as 2014, we've seen doctors perform surgeries using 3D printed vertebrae, and a 3D printed model for pre-planning, in places all over the world, like Australia, India, and China. A...
  2. Japanese Design Firm Introduces 3D Printed Kitchen Simulation Models

    id.arts is a Japanese design firm heavily focused on using 3D technology for architects and kitchen manufacturers. They have produced an innovative 3D printed collection for making prototypes of...
  3. 3D Bioprinted Liver Tissue Constructs Help with Drug Toxicity Testing

    Several recent advancements show that bioprinting has definite applications in terms of drug testing. Drug screen applications require a great deal of precision, which means that any biomimetic...
  4. Commercial Launch of OXPEKK Custom Compounds Announced

    Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) announces commercial launch of OXPEKK Custom Compounds. These high-performing materials have application in both Aerospace and Biomedical fields where high...
  5. Remember Your Loved Ones with 3D Printed Jewelry Made from Their Ashes

    We live in an interesting, amazing age of technological advancements - technology like 3D printing can help us survive nearly insurmountable odds, and it can also help families grieve the loss of...
  6. 3D Printing Goes to the Cats as EOS Makes Artificial Knee Components with DMLS

    Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is an industrial 3D printing process, and it's been used in the past to manufacture car parts. But EOS recently used its DMLS technology to manufacture parts for...
  7. Made In Space Manufactures First 3D Printed Objects in Space-Like Environment

    In 2015, space manufacturing company Made In Space revealed that it had completed successful tests which indicated that its newest generation of 3D printers would be fully functional in the vacuum...
  8. US Coast Guard Researching Ways to Improve Mission Readiness with 3D Printing

    The US Navy has used 3D printing technology on numerous occasions, but we don't hear much about whether the US Coast Guard is using the technology. 3D printing at sea has been a reality for a few...
  9. Organovo and UC San Diego to Study Liver Disease Thanks to NIH Grant

    California-based bioprinting company Organovo is well-known to those in both the 3D printing and medical research worlds, due to its 3D printed kidney and liver tissues. The company, which...
  10. Pawsthetics Launches Campaign to Raise Funds for 3D Printed Animal Prosthetics

    Back in 2014, we told you about a little dog named Turbo, who received a 3D printed cart to help him get around, and this project was the jumping-off point for the Pawsthetics Animal Prosthetics...
  11. Filamentive Starts Empty 3D Printing Spool Return Initiative to Cut Costs and Waste

    UK-based Filamentive offers an environmentally-friendly approach to 3D printing, including a variety of recycled filaments. However, empty filament spools can still pose a problem; while some...
  12. EOS Expanding 3D Printing Academia Program for Universities and Research Institutes

    While EOS is certainly well-known by many big name companies for its expertise in both metals and polymers, it has also supported academics and researchers for over 20 years with its Academia...
  13. Renishaw, Aeromet Collaborating to Establish Aluminum-Copper Alloy Parameters

    Renishaw and Aeromet have announced a collaboration working to establish additive manufacturing parameters and material properties for the unique A20X aluminum alloy that Aeromet developed. Through...
  14. Johnson Matthey to Open New R&D Facility for Ceramic 3D Printing

    Johnson Matthey, recently voted as Britain's most admired chemical company, has been exploring 3D printing for some time now. Ceramic 3D printing in particular complements the company's extensive...
  15. WASP Takes the Stage and Uses Its 3D Printers for Theatrical Set Design

    3D printers from Italy-based WASP have been behind many innovative projects, from 3D printing gluten-free food to constructing an entire village, and the company hates to turn down a challenge. They...
  16. Sciaky Becomes Siemens PLM Software and Technology Partner

    Chicago-based metal additive manufacturing solutions provider Sciaky, Inc. introduced its innovative metal Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) process back in 2009, and made its EBAM machines...
  17. 3D Printed Feetz Shoes Hit the Road on Mobile Summer Tour

    The concept of pop-up shops and stores on wheels is a very popular one these days - why battle busy restaurants or malls when the food and products can come right to you? The 3D printing community...
  18. ARMI Working to Find a Cure for Cancer with 3D Printed Tumeroids

    3D printing is offering stunning innovation—and changes—to industries all over the world. The medical field is one of the most important areas of research to involve 3D printing as research teams,...
  19. Optomec Introducing Starter Recipes for LENS and Aerosel Jet 3D Printing

    3D printer supplier Optomec is introducing over two dozen starter recipes to customers for its two patented 3D printing technologies: LENS, for metal 3D printing, and Aerosol Jet, used to 3D print...
  20. EnvisionTEC's 3D-Bioplotter Used in Over 200 Papers - Here Are 10 Highlights

    Last week, we took a look at what has become one of the most commonly used 3D bioprinters in the industry. The 3D-Bioplotter from EnvisionTEC has now been used in more than 200 peer-reviewed research...
  21. ORNL Investigates New Alloy's Engine Performance with 3D Printed Mold and Neutrons

    A research team from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) worked with several industry partners to use a 3D printed sand mold and neutrons to investigate how a new high-performance aluminum alloy was...
  22. 3D Printing Research and Education Grants Benefit FAMU-FSU and CCSF

    Being awarded an educational grant can help schools take on innovative projects and research that they may not be able to do otherwise. This winter, the Florida A&M University-Florida State...
  23. Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing Technology Now Available at Proto Labs

    Proto Labs has been working as a foundational partner for HP's Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology, spending months working with the new 3D printers and working with select customers to explore...
  24. D3CRYPT3D and MyStemKits Announce Partnership Combining Education and IP Protection

    Two increasing areas of focus for 3D printing as the technology expands are in education and in the protection of intellectual property. A new partnership announced today brings these areas together,...
  25. Award-Winning Industrial Design Intern Combines Fashion and 3D Printing

    Maria Alejandra Mora-Sanchez is an industrial design intern at Cosine Additive, as well as the reddot award 2017 winner for her 3D printed Loom dress. She was surprised to see how little 3D printing...
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