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Polymagnets: Showing Us the Possibility of 3D Printing Magnetic Fields

Polymagnets: Showing Us the Possibility of 3D Printing Magnetic Fields | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
When we look at the world through the lens of 3D printing, it’s easy to imagine a future full of mass customization and IoT within a wide range of industries. But one area we haven’t really found 3D printing deeply involved with, until now, is electromagnetism.
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3D Printed Prototypes Yield Perfect Rainbow Running Shoes from Nike

3D Printed Prototypes Yield Perfect Rainbow Running Shoes from Nike | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
3D printed shoes may be off and running this year, as numerous big brands have initiated programs to begin trials on 3D printed footwear. And, though Nike has some 3D printed shoes of its own, the company has long been using the technology for prototyping their products. The latest, and possibly the most mesmerizing, are the Nike Zoom Superfly Flyknit running shoes, designed in collaboration with gold-medal-winning American sprinter Allyson Felix.
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Lights will guide these 3D printed, muscle-powered bio-bots home

Lights will guide these 3D printed, muscle-powered bio-bots home | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers from the University of Illinois & MIT have created a new class of biological robots (bio-bots), made from 3D printed scaffolds and living muscle cells, and which move in response to light stimulation. The bio-bots could be used in health, sensing, and environmental applications.
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3D bioprinted implants successfully tested in mice, may soon heal damaged noses, ears and knees

3D bioprinted implants successfully tested in mice, may soon heal damaged noses, ears and knees | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A team of Swedish researchers has successfully tested and reproduced 3D bioprinted cartilage tissue in a living mouse and believe it could soon be used to heal human noses, ears and knees.
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Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology

Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Carbon3D and imaging company Kodak have announced a joint agreement to develop novel materials and new applications for the ultrafast, innovative CLIP 3D printing process.

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Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology

Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Carbon3D and imaging company Kodak have announced a joint agreement to develop novel materials and new applications for the ultrafast, innovative CLIP 3D printing process.
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Harvard bioengineers scale up vascularized tissue engineering with 3D bioprinting

Harvard bioengineers scale up vascularized tissue engineering with 3D bioprinting | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
In a new publication, a team of Harvard researchers has revealed a paradigm shifting 3D bioprinting technique that can greatly scale up vascularized tissue engineering and can produce thick constructs complete with stem cells, extracellular matrix...
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Goodyear seeks to make autonomous cars safer with 3D printed spherical tire concept Eagle-360

Goodyear seeks to make autonomous cars safer with 3D printed spherical tire concept Eagle-360 | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
At the Geneva International Motor Show, International tire specialist Goodyear has unveiled a concept for 3D printed spherical tires that could provide autonomous cars with the power to safely drive anywhere and in any conditions.
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Modified Laser Cutter Used to 3D Print Lattices for Bone Tissue

Modified Laser Cutter Used to 3D Print Lattices for Bone Tissue | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Ever since Andreas Bastian actualized the design for OpenSLS back in 2013, researchers from Rice University have been working to use this unique and affordable laser sintering system to their advantage. The OpenSLS system is equipped with industrial lasers disassembled from a laser cutter, which heats up the printing medium just enough to melt small nylon […]
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USC researchers use 3D printing to help produce nanomaterials on a larger scale

USC researchers use 3D printing to help produce nanomaterials on a larger scale | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Nanoparticles, considered as a 21st century breakthrough material by some, have always been slow to manufacture. USC researchers are speeding things up with the help of 3D printing.
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Australian cancer patient receives 3D printed vertebrae in life changing surgery

Australian cancer patient receives 3D printed vertebrae in life changing surgery | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
At the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, Australia, another medical miracle has taken place thanks to 3D printing as a team of doctors have successfully implanted a 3D printed titanium vertebrae into a patient suffering from a life-threatening case of chordoma cancer.
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Mathys Medical adopts Materialise's 3D shoulder surgery planning software

Mathys Medical adopts Materialise's 3D shoulder surgery planning software | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Swiss orthopaedic producer Mathys has signed an agreement with 3D medical imaging software specialist Materialise, for the use of its Shoulder Guide System. This user-friendly 3D imaging software system assists surgeons in the planning, preparation, and practice phases of a shoulder surgery by providing patient-specific 3D models and 3D printed guides.
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World's smallest 3D printed Matterhorn reveals practical uses of nanoscale 3D printing

World's smallest 3D printed Matterhorn reveals practical uses of nanoscale 3D printing | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers from the Paul Scherrer Institute have 3D printed the world's smallest Matterhorn Mountain, measuring less than a tenth of a millimeter in size. The research proves that such small 3D printed structures can realistically be produced on a mass scale, and potentially used to improve industrial machine manufacturing.
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New 3D printed hydrogel could be cancer treatment of the future

New 3D printed hydrogel could be cancer treatment of the future | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers at Queensland University of Technology, Australia, are developing an individualized, 3D printed cancer treatment which targets the tumor rather than the whole body.
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3D printing transforms carbon dioxide into sustainable concrete material

3D printing transforms carbon dioxide into sustainable concrete material | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
As the world completes yet another hottest year on modern record due to the human use of fossil fuels, our young species is now coming to terms with the fact that something must be done with the pollution that results from our industries.
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iMcustom introduces first ever in-store 3D printing of custom foot insoles

iMcustom introduces first ever in-store 3D printing of custom foot insoles | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
For the first time ever, iMcustom is bringing in-store 3D scanning and custom insole 3D printing to retailers nationwide.
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MODECLIX to unveil customizable, ready-to-wear 3D printed fashion collection

MODECLIX to unveil customizable, ready-to-wear 3D printed fashion collection | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A team of developers from the University of Herfordshire in the UK has recently announced that it has created a prototype collection of wearable 3D printed clothing with their potentially revolutionary MODECLIX technology.
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Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology

Kodak partners with Carbon3D on ultrafast CLIP 3D printing technology | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Carbon3D and imaging company Kodak have announced a joint agreement to develop novel materials and new applications for the ultrafast, innovative CLIP 3D printing process.
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Under Armour Leaps into 3D Printed Footwear Race with UA Architech Shoes

Under Armour Leaps into 3D Printed Footwear Race with UA Architech Shoes | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
There has been a lot of hubbub about 3D printed footwear, with everyone from Nike to New Balance exploring the technology.  As far as I can tell, however, these firms are still piloting the idea of 3D printed shoes and we’ve yet to see ...
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Oceanz becomes first 3D printing company to receive ISO 13485 certificate for 3D printed medical devices

Oceanz becomes first 3D printing company to receive ISO 13485 certificate for 3D printed medical devices | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Dutch 3D printing service providers Oceanz have just realized a major step towards large scale medical 3D printing, as they have just been awarded EU's ISO 13485 certification which shows their ability to conform to all regulations and demands.
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Canadian researchers pioneering 3D printed bio-absorbable bone-like medical implants

Canadian researchers pioneering 3D printed bio-absorbable bone-like medical implants | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Mihaela Vlasea, part of a research team at the University of Waterloo, is working to develop bio-absorbable 3D printed medical implants made from the bone-like calcium polyphosphate powder.
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K-State scientists develop new technique for 3D printing graphene aerogels

K-State scientists develop new technique for 3D printing graphene aerogels | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Researchers from Kansas State University have developed a new technique for 3D printing graphene aerogels with complex microstructures. The technique combines drop-on-demand 3D printing with freeze casting.
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Australian researchers develop 3D printed arteries to personalize heart disease treatment

Australian researchers develop 3D printed arteries to personalize heart disease treatment | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
A team of doctors and engineers from the University of Melbourne have collaborated in an effort to better understand and gain insight into human arteries by using 3D imaging and printing technologies to recreate models of patients' heart arteries.
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Swiss startup Mimedis to deliver custom 3D printed bone implants on demand

Swiss startup Mimedis to deliver custom 3D printed bone implants on demand | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it

Swiss startup Mimedis AG has been making a name for itself by providing services to quickly and efficiently 3D print custom bone implants for CMF surgeries, preoperative models, and cutting guides.

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Materialise creates 3D printed anechoic sound chamber for Peugeot Fractal concept car

Materialise creates 3D printed anechoic sound chamber for Peugeot Fractal concept car | 3D_Materials journal | Scoop.it
Materialise has explained the 3D printing processes behind the music-enhancing sound chamber of Peugeot's Fractal concept car, unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. 82% of the car's interior surfaces were 3D printed.
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