3D printing company Baltic3D has opened the first-ever industrial 3D printing center within the Baltic States in the Latvian capital of Riga. The 3D printing center, equipped with several Stratasys machines, will be dedicated to the small-scale production of plastic products for both regional and international companies.
It’s exciting to see that the progress that medical 3D printing has been making in recent years, reflecting predictions made by Gartner regarding the future path of the technology. Following the FDA-approved cranio and facial implants from Oxford Performance Materials, Bio Architects has announced FDA approval of a patient-specific titanium cranial/craniofacial plate implant. While it […]
The Chemical Brothers have released a music video for the track Wide Open, featuring Beck, in which a beautiful dancer, played by Ex Machina's Sonoya Mizuno, transforms into a mesmerizing 3D printed version of herself.
$270-billion medical and consumer giant Johnson & Johnson is not a stranger when it comes to 3D printing in the medical space, having partnered with Organovo to study the viability of bioprinted human tissue for testing new medications. Now, as Johnson & Johnson Innovation kicks off a new set of partnerships with a focus on […]
Faisant suite à des premières aides concernant les robots industriels en 2015, la nouvelle loi des finances votée par le gouvernement inclura cette année un fiscalité allégée pour les PME intéressées par l’achat d’imprimantes 3D ou de machines de fabrication additive. Publiée au Journal officiel du 30 décembre 2015, le nouveau budget du l’État proposera pour la première fois un mécanisme fiscal prévoyant que les PME pourront amortir ...
Virginia school teacher Ruth Smith-Leigh was initially told that her leg would need to be amputated following a car crash, but Duke specialists managed to develop a custom 3D printed implant that not only enabled her to keep her leg and continue walking, but also encourages her bones to heal.
Plastic surgeons at Morriston Hospital in Wales are developing a method for 3D bioprinting cartilage-based body parts, including noses and ears, using the patients' own cells, and they hope to be among the first to use them in human clinical trials...
With a FY2016 budget of $573 billion, the Department of Defense is hoping to increase the total amount of defense spending to $582.7 billion for FY2017. That’s a lot of digits! Fortunately, it will all be going to useful things that most ordinary citizens care deeply about, like 3D printed micro drones. In a preview […]
French 3D printing company Z3DLab has developed and patented ZTi-powder, the first titanium-ceramic composite for metal 3D printing, and the hardest material for SLM 3D printing in the world. Combining the strength of ceramic zerconia with the malleability of titanium, ZTi-powder can be used in 3D printed medical implants and areospace parts.
When I interviewed Voxel8 CEO Jennifer Lewis last year, she told me that she didn’t want me to conflate her research with her commercial work, namely the multi-material, electronics 3D printer she developed at Voxel8. This meant that my questions regarding 4D printing and bioprinting would have to be reserved for a separate interview. While the […]
Injet Printhead Manufacturer Xaar jumps into the 3D Printer market by appointing High Speed Sintering Pioneer Neil Hopkinson to lead their team. The symmetry between both of their experiences promises exciting developments in 3D Printing research.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have been developing a technique for Micro 3D Printing for years now. Spin-off company Cytosurge has recently developed a method to overcome previous overhang and automation hurdles.
A team of researchers from East China's Zhejiang University have created what could be the most functional shape shifting material yet, a 3D printable polymer that can be programmed with different preset shapes and can shift from one to the other...
Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have launched a strategic research-based project known as the Accelerated Certification of Additively Manufactured Metals Initiative (ACAMM), which seeks to improve metal 3D printing and...
A consortium of ten partner organizations across seven EU countries is developing a proprietary, high energy ball-mill (HEBM) pilot plant that will be capable of producing innovative nanostructured powders for use in additive manufacturing and other high-value manufacturing applications.
Kirkland, Washington based surgeon Dr. Vincent Santoro is one of a new generation of medical professionals to successfully utilize the unique Image-to-Implant' 3D printing process developed by ConforMIS.
Materialise has received a Not Substantially Equivalent letter from the FDA regarding its 510k submission for the proprietary X-Ray Knee Guide technology, which allows for 3D preplanning of total knee replacements based solely on 2D x-ray images.
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