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H.C. Starck teams up with rp+m for 3D printing medical components using refractory metals

H.C. Starck teams up with rp+m for 3D printing medical components using refractory metals | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Germany-based material supplier H.C. Starck and Ohio-based Rapid Prototype and Manufacturing (rp+m) announce an agreement to develop new materials and innovative products using the latest 3D printing and technology metal manufacturing.
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3D-Materials present their new 3DM-TOUGH resin

3D-Materials present their new 3DM-TOUGH resin | 3DM news | Scoop.it
3D-Materials products are available online on www.3dm-shop.com
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Air Jet Allows For Better Multi-material DLP Printing

Air Jet Allows For Better Multi-material DLP Printing | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Among the many innovations in 3D printing, this year has seen a massive boost for multi-material applications. However, there are still certain rigors that the field has to overcome, such as effective multi-material DLP technologies.
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Future cars to be made from revolutionary 3D printed, vibration-proof material

Future cars to be made from revolutionary 3D printed, vibration-proof material | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Scientists from the University of Surrey partnered with researchers from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and the University of California to develop a new 3D printed material that has high stiffness and damping.
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Two Plymouth students create 3D printed PINK prosthetic breasts to help cancer survivors

Two Plymouth students create 3D printed PINK prosthetic breasts to help cancer survivors | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Rosie Brave and Sam Jackman, two design students at the University of Plymouth, have created 3D printed pink prosthetic breasts which is set to change the lives of cancer survivors.
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Ontario researchers 3D print titanium skull cap for dog with cancer

Ontario researchers 3D print titanium skull cap for dog with cancer | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Researchers at an Ontario university have used 3D printing technology to replace the majority of a dog's cancer-ridden skull. The novel cancer treatment procedure is being heralded as a major advancement in veterinary medicine.
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Volkswagen moves to mass customization, aims for over 100,000 3D printed units per year

Volkswagen moves to mass customization, aims for over 100,000 3D printed units per year | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, German automaker Volkswagen was confirmed as an early-access customer of the HP Metal Jet 3D printer. Now, comments from Dr. Martin Goede, Volkswagen’s Head of Technology Planning and Development, reveal further details about the company’s plans for this new metal binder jet...
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Bugatti's new €5M Divo Supercar features elegant 3D printed fin tail lights

Bugatti's new €5M Divo Supercar features elegant 3D printed fin tail lights | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Bugatti Automobiles, a French high-performance luxury automobiles manufacturer and a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, has unveiled its Divo hypercar. Featuring 3D printed fin rear lights, the Divo super sports car is tuned for agility, nimbleness and optimum handling performance on winding roads.
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Minnesota Researchers 3D Print Bionic Eye Prototype

Minnesota Researchers 3D Print Bionic Eye Prototype | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Bionics is usually the stuff of science fiction, but lately more sci-fi has been leaking into reality. With the aid of modern techniques, we’re developing custom organs and implants, and now eyes. Researchers from the University of Minnesota have made the most advanced prototype of a bionic eye yet, using an array of light receptors on …
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Remarkable Reviews of 3D Printing In Sports Industry

Remarkable Reviews of 3D Printing In Sports Industry | 3DM news | Scoop.it
If you are a sports manufacturer in need of developing sports equipment for athletes using 3D printing, contact us. We offers 3D printing in Brisbane, Melbourne, and major cities of Australia.
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Scientists 3D print placenta-on-a-chip to study nutrient transfer from mother to child

Scientists 3D print placenta-on-a-chip to study nutrient transfer from mother to child | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Using a high-resolution 3D printing process, researchers from Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) in Austria have succeeded in 3D printing an artificial placental barrier on a chip, an advance that can be used to investigate important aspects of nutrient transport from the mother to the foetus.
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Stanford 3D Print Smoother Optical Components Using New Technique

Stanford 3D Print Smoother Optical Components Using New Technique | 3DM news | Scoop.it
3D printing optics would be very advantageous for many companies due to the inherent speed and cost efficiency of the system. However, the one issue that makes it entirely undesirable is that of print quality, which lends itself to surface roughness. Many printed optics create scattering as a result of this lack of consistency. Although, …
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New 3D printing method could make your smartphone battery last longer

New 3D printing method could make your smartphone battery last longer | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Engineers at the Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new method of 3D printing battery electrodes that creates a 3D microlattice structure with controlled porosity. Their 3D printing method could lead to vastly improved capacity and charge-discharge rates for lithium-ion batteries.
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BASF invests US$25M in Materialise to optimize materials and software for 3D printing

BASF invests US$25M in Materialise to optimize materials and software for 3D printing | 3DM news | Scoop.it
BASF is expanding its cooperation with Leuven-based Materialise, a provider of additive manufacturing and medical software and of sophisticated 3D printing services, and has agreed to invest US$25 million in the company.
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Scientists Invent Nanoprinted Polymer Lenses For X-ray Microscopes

Scientists Invent Nanoprinted Polymer Lenses For X-ray Microscopes | 3DM news | Scoop.it
While printing lenses is nothing new, the field is continually providing in-depth nanoscale applications to optical tools. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart are taking this to the next level with their new line of polymer lenses for x-ray microscopes.
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NUST MISIS scientists double the strength of 3D printed aluminum composites

NUST MISIS scientists double the strength of 3D printed aluminum composites | 3DM news | Scoop.it
NUST MISIS scientists have proposed an advanced method for production of an ultrahigh-purity alumina (UHPA) that can double the strength of 3D printed aluminum composites, and advance the characteristics of these products to the quality of titanium alloys. The developed modifiers for 3D printing can be used in products for the aerospace industry.
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Materialise Introduces Simulation for Metal 3D Printing

Materialise Introduces Simulation for Metal 3D Printing | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Materialise is the latest company to deploy simulation software for metal 3D printing.
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Covestro uses 3 different 3D printing processes to produce shock absorbers

Covestro uses 3 different 3D printing processes to produce shock absorbers | 3DM news | Scoop.it
A unique 3D printed shock absorber will make its debut at the Fakuma 2018 trade fair (October 16-20) Friedrichshafen. Printed in three materials using three different processes, this part also boasts a high degree of functionality.
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Johnson & Johnson acquires 3D printed spinal implant maker Emerging Implant Technologies

Johnson & Johnson acquires 3D printed spinal implant maker Emerging Implant Technologies | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Johnson & Johnson Medical has acquired German 3D-printed spinal implants maker Emerging Implant Technologies (EIT) for an undisclosed amount.
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Harvard researchers use soundwaves to assist 3D printing with viscous liquids

Harvard researchers use soundwaves to assist 3D printing with viscous liquids | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Harvard researchers have developed a new 3D printing technique that uses sound waves to generate droplets from liquids with an unprecedented range of composition and viscosity. This technique could be used to synthesize biopharmaceuticals and cosmetics, as well as optical and conductive materials.
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This $200, 3D printed PFIbox is a game-changer for antibiotics discovery

This $200, 3D printed PFIbox is a game-changer for antibiotics discovery | 3DM news | Scoop.it
The Printed Fluorescence Imaging Box (PFIbox) is a 3D printed box that is capable of collecting large amounts of data that is then analyzed by researchers.
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Osseus Fusion Systems achieves FDA clearance for 3D printed spinal implants

Osseus Fusion Systems achieves FDA clearance for 3D printed spinal implants | 3DM news | Scoop.it
101shares10100Texan medical device company Osseus Fusion Systems, has received FDA clearance for its family of 3D printed spinal implants known as Aries. The implants are designed to help surgeons ease back pain and shorten spinal recovery time.
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CityU team develops world's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics

CityU team develops world's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics | 3DM news | Scoop.it
A research team at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has successfully developed the world's first-ever 4D printing method for ceramics, which are mechanically robust and can have complex shapes.
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Researchers Develop Highly Stretchable Hydrogel

Researchers Develop Highly Stretchable Hydrogel | 3DM news | Scoop.it
From biomedicine to soft robots discoveries, hydrogels have opened a whole new world for 3D printing applications. They’ve been around for a while, providing crucial research into cell regeneration and tissue growth and so much more. Now, a new research project between Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) …
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Materialise to 3D print life-size Mammoth skeleton, its largest SLA 3D printing project

Materialise to 3D print life-size Mammoth skeleton, its largest SLA 3D printing project | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Materialise is currently realizing its largest SLA 3D printing project to date: a life-size, 3D-printed reconstruction of the first mammoth skeleton that was ever displayed in Western Europe.'
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Arkema Opening New Resins Technology Center

Arkema Opening New  Resins Technology Center | 3DM news | Scoop.it
Materials and design solutions developer Arkema are looking to expand by opening a new resins technology center. The company will set up the new center at their Sartomer Exton, PA facility, where its partners will carry out further research and development work at the advanced center to develop...
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BASF acquires 3D printing material companies, Advanc3D Materials and Setup Performance

BASF acquires 3D printing material companies, Advanc3D Materials and Setup Performance | 3DM news | Scoop.it
BASF, a German chemical company and the largest chemical producer in the world, has acquired two manufacturers of 3D printing materials, Advanc3D Materials and Setup Performance.
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