Technology improves lives – we hear it everyday as large companies continue to force feed us the latest technological toys. Sure, these things make our lives more convenient, but does technology really improve lives? It’s a resounding yes for a little boy from South Africa.
3ders has an excellent story up about a man named Richard and a boy named Liam. Both face the challenge of getting through life without a hand. For Richard, he lost most of his fingers in a woodworking accident. For Liam, he was born with Ambiotic Band Syndrome which means he has no fingers on his right hand. For both, some 3D printing ingenuity is helping to change their lives for the better.
i.materialise is an online 3D printing service. We are a production house for designers who create products for 3D printing. i.materialise also provides a gallery offering beautiful (customizable) 3D printed products.
Johan Jacobs's insight:
i.materialise believes that people have an inherent need to express themselves, more than ever before, in this world where standardization has become the rule.
A recent segment on “60 Minutes” suggests advances in robotics and associated technologies account for why the economic recovery so far has often been referred to as “jobless.” An automation industry association takes issue with that conclusion.
Als einer der führenden Hersteller von CAM Software für die Fertigungsindustrie bietet DP Technology mit ESPRIT eine leistungsstarke Software für die Bereiche Drehen, Bohren, Fräsen und Drahterodieren u.v.m.
Dr. Chris Williams speaking at the U.S. Renaissance in Advanced Manufacturing Symposium on 10/24/12. Dr. Chris Williams, Director of the DREAMS Lab at Virgin... (RT @IDSA: How does additive manufacturing work?
Printing technology has come a long way in the 21st century, moving swiftly from two dimensional into the realm of 3D. Furniture, cars, shoes, a replica of King Tutankhamun – these are all things that have been made with 3D printing technology. However, it doesn’t stop at material objects.
In fact, using modified printer cartridges and extracted cells as the basis, scientists have discovered a way in which to print human tissue. While this amazing concept is still at an early stage, the future of bioprinting (as it’s commonly known) will allow for full organs and other human parts to be printed on demand for patients. Such a possibility will eventually wipe out the need for donor organs, which is a problem today, considering the vast amount of patients in need of new organs.
What does a career in manufacturing engineering look like? What does the work entail? Who should consider this field? For young people who might have the aptitude for manufacturing engineering, these are very important questions.
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