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3DSIM 3D Print Preview Simulates Metal

3DSIM 3D Print Preview Simulates Metal | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A 3D print preview doesn't yet exist for 3D printing, but Dr. Bren Stucker of the University of Louisville thinks his 3DSIM will accurately simulate 3D prints
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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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3D Printing Neurons with Graphene: Stretching the Possibilities at Northwestern University

3D Printing Neurons with Graphene: Stretching the Possibilities at Northwestern University | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Andrew Wheeler
Recently, 3D Printing Industry reported on Michigan Tech’s Tolou Shokuhfar experimenting with graphene-based biomaterials to produce a “bioink” that can replace and re-stimulate growth in cartilage and nerve cells.
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China Shining3D expands into bio 3D printing market, developing organic resins for 3D printers

China Shining3D expands into bio 3D printing market, developing organic resins for 3D printers | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
While the majority of technological developments in the 3D scanning and additive manufacturing space have been occurring primarily in the United States and Europe, countries in the Eastern world have been slowly catching up as various industries...
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Sculpteo releases new study showing the 'State of 3D Printing'

Sculpteo releases new study showing the 'State of 3D Printing' | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Sculpteo, the online 3D printing service founded in 2009 and based in San Francisco and Paris wanted to find this information out for themselves. The company has since released their findings in a free report released today that they are calling the 'State of 3D Printing'.
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Top Jewerly 3D Printing Capabilities at Your Service with Pronto3D

Top Jewerly 3D Printing Capabilities at Your Service with Pronto3D | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Davide Sher
3D printing has allowed many young, new designers to enter the world of jewelry making, but when long time experts in jewelry making get involved, the results can be even more impressive.
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Argentinan patient leads normal life with 3D printed cranial implant

Argentinan patient leads normal life with 3D printed cranial implant | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A patient in Argentina required a particularly large cranial implant after stroke-related surgery, placing stringent requirements on the manufacture of the prosthetic.
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Dutch scientists develop 3D printed fiber structures for bone cartilage repair on a large scale

Dutch scientists develop 3D printed fiber structures for bone cartilage repair on a large scale | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
It looks like 3D printed medical applications are spreading to every corner of academic hospitals, and I’m not just talking about 3D printed implants or prostheses.
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Researchers used 4D printing to create a valve that opens and contracts according to water temperature

Researchers used 4D printing to create a valve that opens and contracts according to water temperature | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers from the University of Wollongong in Australia have now created something very remarkable: a 4D printed a valve that automatically opens and contracts when exposed to either water or to high temperatures.
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3D printing technology successfully used to guide a complex liver resection in China

3D printing technology successfully used to guide a complex liver resection in China | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
3D printing technology is really making a name for itself in the medical world.
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Viscoelastic Printhead Yields Promise for Multimaterial 3D Printing

Viscoelastic Printhead Yields Promise for Multimaterial 3D Printing | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou While researchers like Hod Lipson are working on advanced multimaterial 3D printing techniques behind institutional doors, Harvard’s Jennifer Lewis is advancing 3D printing technologies on both the commercial and the academic...
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Dutch scientists develop 3D printed ‘light traps’ to make solar cells more efficient than ever

Dutch scientists develop 3D printed ‘light traps’ to make solar cells more efficient than ever | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Physicists from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands have developed a very interesting 3D printing application that can revolutionize the availability of environmentally-friendly energy.
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United Nude exhibits 3D printed shoes by Zaha Hadid and Ben van Berkel in Milan

United Nude exhibits 3D printed shoes by Zaha Hadid and Ben van Berkel in Milan | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
While 3D printed outfits and accessories have been revolutionizing fashion runways all over the world for a while now, we’ve heard surprisingly little from the world’s shoe designers.
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Four year old boy is given a very lifelike 3D printed prosthetic ear

Four year old boy is given a very lifelike 3D printed prosthetic ear | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Medical applications of 3D printing technology have been very successful in recent months, so it’s unsurprising that many experts are already predicting a very bright future for 3D printing technology in the medical industry.
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exiii Japan releases Open Source files for amazing 3D printed HACKberry Bionic Hand

exiii Japan releases Open Source files for amazing 3D printed HACKberry Bionic Hand | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Although we’ve seen how much of an impact 3D printed prosthetic devices can have from both a design customization standpoint as well as cost, we’re still yet to see just how much of an impact a 3D printed ‘smart’ prosthetic may have as we move into...
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Procter & Gamble jumps into 3D bio printing with grant program in Singapore

Procter & Gamble jumps into 3D bio printing with grant program in Singapore | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
It’s no secret that one of the most exciting developments in the additive manufacturing industry has been in the advancements in 3D bio printing - the printing of living human tissue.
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MIT Researchers 3D print synthetic spider webs to help design materials with high strength & low density

MIT Researchers 3D print synthetic spider webs to help design materials with high strength & low density | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Of all of the things in the natural world, spider webs have consistently been one of the more fascinating biological structures known to man.
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NEXT21 Japan signs deal with Xilloc to 3D print & sell customized artificial 'CT bones' within Europe

NEXT21 Japan signs deal with Xilloc to 3D print & sell customized artificial 'CT bones' within Europe | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
As part of the NEDO project, NEXT 21 created a 3D printer capable of producing artificial bone structures for humans. NEXT 21 has just announced a deal with Dutch medical company Xilloc to begin manufacturing and selling these 3D printed CT bones within Europe.
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Executive Interview: Scott DeFelice, CEO of Oxford Performance Materials

Executive Interview: Scott DeFelice, CEO of Oxford Performance Materials | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Andrew Wheeler
Scott DeFelice is CEO and founder of Oxford Performance Materials (OPM), the first company to successfully 3D print with the high-performance poly-ether-ketone-ketone (PEKK) material.
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Airbus A350 XWB Takes Off with Over 1,000 3D Printed Parts

Airbus A350 XWB Takes Off with Over 1,000 3D Printed Parts | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou 3D printing for prototyping aerospace parts is a long-established practice, but only in recent years has the technology made its way into the production of end-use parts.  While GE continues to work towards metal printed...
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3D printing used to create 4D airway splint, saving three babies from imminent death

3D printing used to create 4D airway splint, saving three babies from imminent death | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A 3D printer was used to create a medical device being called a 4D airway, which saved the lives of three baby boys with life-threatening breathing problems. This amazing new medical implant is designed to change shape as the child grows and help them keep breathing.
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Livermore researchers create energy-storing 3D printed liquid smoke aerogel

Livermore researchers create energy-storing 3D printed liquid smoke aerogel | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Aerogel, which is called “Liquid Smoke”, is a synthetic porous ultralight material that’s aderived from gel.
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ACES and UOW Developing 3D Printing Materials with a Fourth Dimension

ACES and UOW Developing 3D Printing Materials with a Fourth Dimension | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Andrew Wheeler
4D printing? Is such a thing even possible? According to ARC Center of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) and the University of Wollongong (UOW), it is…kind of.
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3D printed pelvis replica aids Chinese doctors in successful hip surgery

3D printed pelvis replica aids Chinese doctors in successful hip surgery | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Now, doctors at the Fifth Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University in Xinjiang, China have figured out how to use the technology to aid them in what is considered to be a highly-complex surgical procedure: hip-replacement surgery for a...
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27-year-old tumor patient in China is given a new titanium shoulder, thanks to 3D printing

27-year-old tumor patient in China is given a new titanium shoulder, thanks to 3D printing | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A young woman has recently undergone a high-risk surgery in a hospital in South China to replace her scapula with a titanium replica.
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New photolithographic technology uses oxygen inhibitors to build 3D printed microstructures

New photolithographic technology uses oxygen inhibitors to build 3D printed microstructures | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
It should come with little surprise that as existing technologies such as computer chips and materials are being increasingly manufactured at nanoscale-sizes, so too are additive manufacturing processes.
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MIT student beats cancer, shares his data and experience with digital models and 3D prints

MIT student beats cancer, shares his data and experience with digital models and 3D prints | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
When it comes to the list of examples of how additive manufacturing is revolutionizing the medical industry, it seems like every week we’re presented with an entirely-new breakthrough.
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