The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has long been leading the way for production 3D printing in Taiwan. The institute symbolizes Taiwan’s phenomenal transformation from a labor-intensive country to a technology intensive one. In particular, they’ve been blazing a trail in direct metal 3D printing in the jewllery sector. Recently, ITRI won the 3D printing ‘World Cup’ for metal jewellery design. The Taiwanese institute came out on top with their ‘Orchid Spirit’ design at the Singapore International Jewellery Design Competition. The hairpin design was 3D printed in titanium and then plated in gold.
The sands of time are running out for the central star of this hourglass-shaped planetary nebula. With its nuclear fuel exhausted, this brief, spectacular, closing phase of a Sun-like star's life occurs as its outer layers are ejected - its core becoming a cooling, fading white dwarf. In 1995, astronomers used the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) to make a series of images of planetary nebulae, including the one above. Here, delicate rings of colorful glowing gas (nitrogen-red, hydrogen-green, and oxygen-blue) outline the tenuous walls of the hourglass. The unprecedented sharpness of the HST images has revealed surprising details of the nebula ejection process that are helping to resolve the outstanding mysteries of the complex shapes and symmetries of planetary nebulas.
But a new 3D printed solution by a pair of New Zealand-based doctors are actually combining those two functions. It's called the OphthalmicDocs Fundus, and it is essentially a 3D printed adaptor for your smartphone that can be used to easily diagnose eye conditions in the field.
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