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Korean government invests $2.3 million in 3D printing centers

Korean government invests $2.3 million in 3D printing centers | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
The South Korean government has announced plans to invest 2.4 billion won ($2.3 million) this year to set up 3D printing centers aiming to put South Korea at the forefront of the developing industry.
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3D-Materials design Advanced Photopolymer Resins

3D-Materials design Advanced Photopolymer Resins | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it

3D-Materials create and manufacture Advanced Photopolymer Resins for stereolithography 3D printers using Laser or DLP systems

 

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Branch Technology is 3D Printing the Future of Construction One Wall at a Time

Branch Technology is 3D Printing the Future of Construction One Wall at a Time | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou
“Did you know,” Platt Boyd asks me, “that the way we construct buildings hasn’t really changed for 10,000 years? The oldest extant structures are about 10,000 years old and those are post and beam.
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New $10 3D printed foot prosthetics improve stability and gait as children grow

New $10 3D printed foot prosthetics improve stability and gait as children grow | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers from the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia have developed an ingenious foot prosthetic design that can be optimized according to the wearer’s individual gait and size, all for roughly $10 USD.
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World’s First 3D Printed Titanium Sternum Implanted Successfully in Patient With Giant Tumor

World’s First 3D Printed Titanium Sternum Implanted Successfully in Patient With Giant Tumor | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A woman in China just received the world’s first 3D printed titanium sternum implant thanks to a team of innovative doctors at the Tang Du Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University.
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Designer Michael Sng creates a 435-part 3D printed walking tank

Designer Michael Sng creates a 435-part 3D printed walking tank | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
While we’ve seen how 3D printing can help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems which ranging from revolutionary methods towards approaching low-cost medical care to disrupting traditional (and environmentally harsh) supply chains, it...
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ConforMIS IPO for 3D Printed Knees - 3D Printing Industry

ConforMIS IPO for 3D Printed Knees - 3D Printing Industry | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Medical 3D printing company ConforMIS has just had its IPO to fund the production of custom 3D printed knee implant technology.
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Polymaker Brings 3D Printable Graphene to International Audience

Polymaker Brings 3D Printable Graphene to International Audience | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou
Canada’s Graphene 3D Lab made a bit of a splash earlier this year when the company released one of the first graphene-PLA 3D printing composites for FFF machines.
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Washington scientists 3D print with custom molecules to create low-cost mechanical sensor

Washington scientists 3D print with custom molecules to create low-cost mechanical sensor | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
With all those fascinating 3D printable building projects for complicated robots and bionic prosthetics out there, it is hardly a secret that low-cost sensors are perfect additions to any maker’s toolkit and to any 3D printing project.
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Woman Gets Brazil’s Very First 3D Printed Skull Implant

Woman Gets Brazil’s Very First 3D Printed Skull Implant | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Jessica Cussioli took a devastating fall from a motorcycle last year, leaving a 12-centimeter-long hole in her skull.
According to the young woman, after the accident the pain was tremendous and unrelenting.
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Researchers successfully 3D print tiny metal and copper structures using a laser melting technique

Researchers successfully 3D print tiny metal and copper structures using a laser melting technique | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
It appears that now more than ever, the developments centered around material science in the additive manufacturing space have been increasingly active.
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Dutch researchers develop 3D printing metamaterials that buckles on demand

Dutch researchers develop 3D printing metamaterials that buckles on demand | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Amongst all of the new additive manufacturing technologies and range of applications that have been released over the past couple of years, one of the most exciting areas of research hasn’t necessarily been in the technologies themselves but...
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Lightweight KAFO Splint, 3D printed leg brace cost-effectively customized for perfect fit

Lightweight KAFO Splint, 3D printed leg brace cost-effectively customized for perfect fit | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Industrial designer Or Steiner has created a 3D printable design using a Stratasys Objet1000 Multi-material 3D Production System. Titled the KAFO Splint, Steiner’s fully-customizable and breathable functional leg brace looks more like a fashion accessory than a traditional leg brace.
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Kitmoda Asks 3D Artists and Designers to Move to the Next Phase in Model Sharing

Kitmoda Asks 3D Artists and Designers to Move to the Next Phase in Model Sharing | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Although the large videogame publishers seem to be only vaguely aware of it, it seems clear to me that the next logical evolution for many of those who today work in the 3D digital industry is to extend their 3D modeling abilities to object creation through 3D printing. While many 3D artists so far have …
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Details of Hunan Farsoon’s Fast, Viscous SLA 3D Printing Emerge

Details of Hunan Farsoon’s Fast, Viscous SLA 3D Printing Emerge | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou The world of industrial photopolymer 3D printing is an exciting one, especially when it comes to materials.  While I’ve got my eye on Prodways, with its line of proprietary DLP technology and resins, 3ders is reporting that...
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Materialise Sends Medical 3D Printing Across Japan with Latest Deal

Materialise Sends Medical 3D Printing Across Japan with Latest Deal | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Andrew Wheeler
Belgium-based Materialise NV, most widely known for creating powerful medical modeling software and 3D printing solutions, announced the signing of a five-year partnership with Japan Medical Dynamic Marketing Incorporated.
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Dai Nippon Printing Makes Headlines with Low-Cost Method for 3D Printing Medical Models

Dai Nippon Printing Makes Headlines with Low-Cost Method for 3D Printing Medical Models | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Davide Sher
For a company that has 35,000 employees and is entirely dedicated to printing technologies, Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) has not been overly outspoken about its interest in 3D printing, making no clear mention of it on its website.
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Neff Capital launches Sintavia, maker of 3D printed aerospace parts with $10M investment

Neff Capital launches Sintavia, maker of 3D printed aerospace parts with $10M investment | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
While we’ve been seeing a rapid amount of growth in the adoption rate of additive manufacturing technologies in multiple industries within the last year, companies in the aerospace industry in particular seem to be showing an increased interest by...
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Slic3r's New Stable Release

Slic3r's New Stable Release | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Open source 3D printing software Slic3r has put out its first stable release in nine months with a variety of new features, including OpenGL previews.
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A new ink formulation allows you to 3D print objects out of stretchy graphene

A new ink formulation allows you to 3D print objects out of stretchy graphene | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A few months ago, we reported on the amazing work being done by a team of scientists from Northwestern University, who have made a great breakthrough in the possibilities of 3D printing graphene structures.
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Spectrum Health prints first 3D heart model using multiple medical imaging techniques

Spectrum Health prints first 3D heart model using multiple medical imaging techniques | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Among other applications for 3D printing that have seen a surge of use over the past year, creating accurate replicas that can be used as models to aid a surgical process have been among the most widely-used.
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Sweden Embarks on $4 Million Project to 3D Print Homes from Cellulose

Sweden Embarks on $4 Million Project to 3D Print Homes from Cellulose | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou The 3D printing of large structures, particularly buildings and homes, is one of the more eye-catching applications of the technology.  And it’s slowly developing into a practical and applicable technology, as new ventures...
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De l'intérêt d'une taxe sur l'impression 3D ? Entretien avec le sénateur Richard Yung

De l'intérêt d'une taxe sur l'impression 3D ? Entretien avec le sénateur Richard Yung | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
3Dnatives est allé à la rencontre du sénateur Richard Yung, à l'initiative du projet de loi pour une taxe impression 3D
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MIT researchers develop new 3D printed soft materials that change surface texture on command

MIT researchers develop new 3D printed soft materials that change surface texture on command | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
For those with an interest in the future of material science and additive manufacturing, 2015 has already shaped up to be one of the most exciting years on record and - we’re just barely halfway through.
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Northwestern University study confirms 3D printed metal parts help reduce aircraft weight by 7%

Northwestern University study confirms 3D printed metal parts help reduce aircraft weight by 7% | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Although we’ve seen just how much of an impact 3D printing has had (and continues to have) on various industries ranging from consumer product design and engineering to architecture and 3D bioprinting, one of the more technologically-advanced...
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Materialise to Launch Laser Sintered Wood 3D Printing

Materialise to Launch Laser Sintered Wood 3D Printing | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Davide Sher
Most of us have come to know – and in most cases appreciate – wood as a 3D printing material using it with PLA based filament for FFF desktop 3D printers.
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Medical first in Brazil: 3D printed titanium skull successfully implanted in 23-year-old woman

Medical first in Brazil: 3D printed titanium skull successfully implanted in 23-year-old woman | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
While revolutionary medical applications are constantly being developed through 3D printing technology, most of these life-saving achievements are taking place in academic hospitals in China and the West.
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