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    The Physics Behind Metal 3D Printing

    3D printed metal parts with defects can mean safety issues and compromised functionality, so engineers have to either repair the piece or start all over again, wasting precious time and money. Now,...
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    3D Printed Origami Robot

    A team of students and professors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been working on innovative research that illustrates how they used bio-inspired design and origami...
  3. Prodways Group Announces New Acquisition and Partnerships

    Prodways Group has announced the acquisition of Interson-Protac, a company that manufactures customized ear tips for hearing aids and noise protection devices. The company already uses 3D printing...
  4. 3D Printhuset 3D Prints Building in Copenhagen

    Danish company 3D Printhuset opened a new 3D printed construction business last fall and developed its own concrete 3D printer, putting its energy towards researching the potential for 3D printed...
  5. Luxexcel Launches 3D Printing Platform for Ophthalmic Lenses

    By now, Luxexcel is pretty well synonymous with 3D printed eyewear - it's said to be the only company in the world that has the ability to 3D print ophthalmic lenses without having to polish or grind...
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    3D Printing News Briefs, 9/6/17

    We've got a lot of business news in today's 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by new 3D beta software, 3D printing materials work at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and a limited edition 3D printed...
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    EOS Introduces New Stainless Steel Material

    EOS is now offering a new stainless steel material for 3D printing on the EOS M 290 system. Called EOS StainlessSteel 17-4PH IndustryLine, the material is comprised of an iron-based metal alloy...
  8. Researchers Experiment with Lemon Juice in 3D Printed Food

    Researchers in China have been experimenting with the use of a lemon juice gel in 3D printing with food. Accompanied by potato starch, they have created a suitable base for 3D printed food,...
  9. Siemens and HP Expand Partnership with New Software

    Siemens and HP have been working together for some time now. Siemens has been one of HP's primary partners in its mission to transform 3D printing from a prototyping to a production technology, and...
  10. University of New Brunswick Offers Posdoctoral Fellowship Program

    As additive manufacturing technology continues to grow and spread, countries all over the world are working hard to make sure they're always on top, and even ahead of, the latest innovations, and...
  11. Mixed Dimensions Introduces Mammoth Repair Technology

    In 2014, San Francisco-based startup Mixed Dimensions introduced its MakePrintable service, which quickly and easily fixes common 3D printing problems. The full version of the fast and accurate 3D...
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    ZBrush Partners with Sculpteo

    ZBrush fans now have something new to get excited about, as Pixologic, the company behind the software, has announced a new partnership with Sculpteo. Through the partnership, the two companies...
  13. 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production Course Launching

    Our new 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production course will be launching in just a few short weeks, and from now through September 29, you can sign up for this innovative, practical course at the...
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    Hybrid 3D Printing for Wearable Electronics

    Fabrics like Spandex can mimic the stretchability of skin, but when it comes to wearable electronics, that flexibility gets tricky. Devices that are worn on the skin need to be able to move and...
  15. 3D Printing Medical Supplies in the Gaza Strip

    Almost half of the medical equipment in the Gaza Strip is outdated, and the average wait time for replacement parts is about six months. Thanks to a decade-long blockade that restricts many types of...
  16. First Certified Titanium 3D Printed Part for Oil and Gas Industry

    Global engineering, technical, and business services firm Lloyd's Register (LR), which is wholly owned by UK charity Lloyd's Register Foundation, is focused on bringing about widespread integration...
  17. FabRx Uses SLS 3D Printing to Create Medication

    FabRx is the creator of Printlets, 3D printed tablets with customized dosages of medication. The company had been 3D printing its pills using three technologies: FDM, SLA, and gel/paste extrusion....
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    Hornbill Gets 3D Printed Beak

    Birds use their beaks to clean their feathers, defend themselves, build nests, and eat, so the consequences can be difficult, and even devastating, for a bird that's lost its beak. Many different...
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    New Method of 3D Printing Bone Tested

    Multiple organizations are working on the development of 3D printed bone that can effectively repair bone defects and damage. If a patient has a piece of bone missing due to an accident or illness, a...
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    NASA Plans to Recycle on the Moon and Mars

    In 2015, NASA awarded Washington-based technology firm Tethers Unlimited, Inc. (TUI) a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to continue developing its Positrusion Recycler, which recycles...
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    Thyssenkrupp Opens New 3D Printing Center

    Earlier this year, German industrial company thyssenkrupp announced its intention to open a new facility dedicated entirely to 3D printing. The announcement was made in April, and the company stated...
  22. Damage Control Creates 3D Printed Mouthguards

    Damage Control CEO and Co-Founder Delano Romero was motivated to come up with a better process for oral digital imaging after his own experience at the orthodontist’s office. With 3Shape Lab Scanning...
  23. 3D Printed Sundial Celebrates Berkeley Castle

    In the town of Berkeley, in Gloucestershire, UK, is Berkeley Castle, a magnificent stone fortress that has been standing since the 12th century. It's seen a lot of history, including, allegedly, the...
  24. LPW Technology Partners with M G Sales Corporation

    LPW Technology, based in the UK, is well known for its production of industrial-grade metal additive manufacturing powders, and the company has a full range of metal powder materials to offer. LPW...
  25. 3D Printing and Robotics Solve Plesiosaur Mystery

    For a long time, scientists have been puzzled by the plesiosaur - namely, by how its flippers worked to propel it through the water. Unlike most flippered animals, the plesiosaur had four nearly...
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