You might have heard the news about Oxford University students making human tissue on 3D printers few weeks back. Another Video related to this 3D printing process has been released by the Jim Drury at Reuters.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is a serious technical group, so I was not prepared for the amount of cool crowdsourcing that took center stage at the RAPID meeting last week in Pittsburgh. I was expecting good papers on industrial...
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Bio-printing has been a new trend and a breakthrough in healthcare industry. By scanning the full 3D organ geometry, 3D printing might just conclude the future of organ and body-part replacement technologies.
iEvendale, OHi - GE Aviation and Sigma Labs Inc. have signed a joint technology development agreement to advance and implement in-process inspection technologies for additive manufactured jet engine components.
Using computer-optimized designs of soft and stiff polymers and 3D printer, researchers have created artificial bone, a composite that is 22 times more fracture-resistant than its strongest constituent material.
“I have the best job in the world, because I get to follow the developments and trends in 3D printing. It is just through the roof in terms of activity and excitement around the world. The mainstream press can’t seem to get enough of it.