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Stratasys will launch 2 new printers for dental market soon ....

Stratasys will launch 2 new printers for dental market soon .... | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Stratasys has released two new 3D printers, the FrameWorx and CrownWorx, for the field of dentistry to create wax molds for casting crowns and dentures.
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3D-Materials create and manufacture Advanced Photopolymer Resins

3D-Materials create and manufacture 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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Doctors use 3D printing to help treat patients with bow legs

Doctors use 3D printing to help treat patients with bow legs | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
And that is exactly what makes this 3D printing innovation so promising, as it can correct bow legs without the need for lengthy hospital stays, painful treatment, and months of living with a metal pinned in your flesh.
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3D Printed Zoetrope w/ Sacred Geometry

3D Printed Zoetrope w/ Sacred Geometry | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Autodesk Pier 9's 2014 Artist-In-Residence John Edmark 3D printed and filmed a zoetrope designed with sacred geometry found in nature.
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Japan researchers develop bio 3D printer to print bones, joints and human skin

Japan researchers develop bio 3D printer to print bones, joints and human skin | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Japanese scientists have announced that they are well on their way with the development of a 'next-generation bio 3D printer' that can produce biomaterials through layers of stem cells, proteins and collagen-like synthetic materials.
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3ders.org - Biochemists use 3D printing and DNA-coated nanoparticles for tissue engineering

3ders.org - Biochemists use 3D printing and DNA-coated nanoparticles for tissue engineering | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Recently, a team of biology researchers have discovered that the strands of DNA molecules are capable of acting as a glue to hold together 3D printed materials that might someday be used to grow tissues and organs in a lab environment.
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Sandvik Opens 3D Printing R&D Center

Sandvik Opens 3D Printing R&D Center | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Sweden’s Sandvik AB (SAND) has been around since 1862, growing to encompass 47,000 employees across 130 countries as the world’s biggest producer of metal-cutting tools.  The company continues to keep pace with new technology and, to ensure that it can capture the 3D printing market, Sandvik is opening a new 3D printing research and development center […]
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Scientists use stem cells in 3D printed scaffolds to help repair injured joints

Scientists use stem cells in 3D printed scaffolds to help repair injured joints | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Spearheaded by PhD candidate Ken Ye, they have explored combinations of 3D bioprinted cell structures and 'Infrapatellar fat pad adipose stem cells' (or IPFP-ASCs). This interesting study revealed that these bioengineered structures could be used to develop osteochondral grafts, which can be used to treat those problematic cartilage injuries.
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Researchers expect to commercialize graphene 3D nano printers in three years

Researchers expect to commercialize graphene 3D nano printers in three years | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Last month, a team from the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI), published a revolutionary approach to 3D print nanostructures entirely of graphene in the November 33, 2014 edition of Advanced Materials.
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3D printed implant producer Ossis aims to revolutionize orthopaedic surgeries

3D printed implant producer Ossis aims to revolutionize orthopaedic surgeries | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
New Zealand-based implant producer Ossis Ltd has announced to expand and revolutionize their production of 3D printed implants. The company has already been producing custom-made implants that have been individualized to suit specific patients.
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Michigan Tech developed cheap and easy post-printing techniques for metal objects

Michigan Tech developed cheap and easy post-printing techniques for metal objects | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
For an engineering team from the Michigan Technological University – Led by Joshua Pearce, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering – has been working on an open-source 3D metal printer for some time now.
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Two 3D printed vertebrae successfully implanted into the spine of 21-year-old tumor sufferer

Two 3D printed vertebrae successfully implanted into the spine of 21-year-old tumor sufferer | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Chinese surgeons took advantage of the latest 3D printing innovations in the implant industry, and tailor-made two titanium vertebrae for 21-year-old tumor sufferer using laser sintering process.
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Oxford Performance Materials Launches First Two Grades of Proprietary PEKK-Based OXFAB(R) 3D Printing Technology for Aerospace and Industrial Applications

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn., Dec. 10, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Oxford Performance Materials Inc. (OPM) today announced the launch and availability of the first two grades of its OXFAB® 3D printing technology for aerospace and industrial applications – OXFAB-N and OXFAB-ESD. OXFAB is OPM's proprietary technology platform and formulation of poly-ether-ketone-ketone (PEKK), an ultra-high performance polymer with exceptional strength, chemical resistance, low and high temperature performance, radiation res
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3D Printing Materials Market to Surpass $1 Billion Within 5 Years

3D Printing Materials Market to Surpass $1 Billion Within 5 Years | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Davide Sher
Leading market report publisher MartketsandMarkets is reporting that the 3D printing materials sector is going to reach $1.052 billion in global turnover by 2019.
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3D Printed Brain Aids Vital Surgery

3D Printed Brain Aids Vital Surgery | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital uses a 3D printed brain model to practice surgery on 16 year-old Myalynn Ranson.
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Engineer develops DragonFlex 3D printed medical instrument for complex operations

Engineer develops DragonFlex 3D printed medical instrument for complex operations | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
The DragonFlex, which Jelínek developed as a part of his PhD thesis at TU Delft, is a 3d printed, steerable medical instrument for keyhole operations.
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New Zealand designer develops 3D printed skin and anatomy for medical training

New Zealand designer develops 3D printed skin and anatomy for medical training | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
The young industrial design student Hamish McIntosh is developing 3D printed anatomical models that can be used to educate medical students and help surgeons prepare for risky operations.
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3ders.org - Japan to invest $21 million in developing 3D printed human organs

3ders.org - Japan to invest $21 million in developing 3D printed human organs | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Could 3D printable human organ transplants become a reality in the coming years? Reports are surfacing that the Japanese government will also begin heavily investing in this very human branch of 3D bio printing technology.
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New Research on Glass Printing in the UK

New Research on Glass Printing in the UK | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
An English institute a governmental investment of 8,4 million pounds to research and develop glass and metal printing services in the UK.
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The Exo Prosthetic Leg Prototype

The Exo Prosthetic Leg Prototype | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
The Exo Prosthetic Leg can easily be customised to the patients leg and aesthetic tastes and then 3D printed in durable and hypoallergenic titanium using a laser sintering process.
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Recent developments in 3D printed plastic electronics showing promise

Recent developments in 3D printed plastic electronics showing promise | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
More recently, an IBM Research lab in Zurich, Germany developed a device by reconfiguring an atomic force microscope so that it was capable of creating 3D patterns with a nanometer-scale resolution in organic material. Among other uses for the material is as a mask for creating circuits.
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SmarTech Report: Automotive 3D Printing to Pass $1.1 Billion by 2019

SmarTech Report: Automotive 3D Printing to Pass $1.1 Billion by 2019 | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Davide Sher Although some other sectors such as aerospace and biotechnology make the 3D printing news more often, the automotive industry is the biggest adopter of 3D printing technologies and has been one of the main drivers for their growth...
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HYPER hydrogel 3D printing pen creates Nanoscale 3D structures in platinum

HYPER hydrogel 3D printing pen creates Nanoscale 3D structures in platinum | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A team of South Korean scientists, led by Seongpil Hwang of the Korea University in Seoul, has now developed a very intriguing and promising 3D printer: the HYPER pen.
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3D printed implant helps regenerate meniscus and prevent arthritis

3D printed implant helps regenerate meniscus and prevent arthritis | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Luckily, researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have devised a way to replace damaged menisci using a personalized 3D printed implant infused with proteins that stimulate stem cells, prompting the body to regenerate a brand new, functional lining.
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OPM Brings Two PEKK 3D Printing Materials to Aerospace Market

OPM Brings Two PEKK 3D Printing Materials to Aerospace Market | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
By Michael Molitch-Hou
Interestingly enough, as Connecticut-based Oxford Performance Materials Inc.
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High acquisition and start-up costs are delaying investment in 3D printers

High acquisition and start-up costs are delaying investment in 3D printers | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
In the second quarter of 2014, Gartner conducted a worldwide survey to determine how organizations are using or planning to use 3D printing technologies. Gartner survey reveals that high acquisition and start-up costs are delaying investment in 3D printers.
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Kinematics creates natural flowing 3D printed dress

Kinematics creates natural flowing 3D printed dress | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Since hitting the 3D printing scene in 2007, design studio Nervous System has been helping push additive manufacturing forward with a variety of applications and future-forward aesthetic directions in everything from jewelry to home goods and even...
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