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MX3D 3D Prints Complete Steel Bike for Student Design Team

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If you thought that that metal 3D printing industrial robot arm from MX3D was only capable of 3D printing steel bridges, you were wrong! Well, you probably wouldn’t actually think ...

Custom Materials Development Enables ESD-Safe 3D Printed Parts

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Custom Materials Development Enables Printed Parts for Aerospace that are Electrostatic Discharge Safe. ESD PEKK is available on demand from Stratasys Advanced Materials. By Scott Sevcik, Director, Aerospace & Defense ...

XMODULE Races into the Future of Video Games and 3D Printing

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If the biggest limit of 3D printing is that not enough people know how to 3D model, and the biggest limit of video games (IMAO) is that they remain stuck ...

Adobe-powered Stratasys Creative Colors Software Rocks Your 3D Print World!

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White Paper: Manufacturing with ESD PEKK

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*Download only available in English Advanced electronics applications require strong, lightweight materials with electrostatic dissipative (ESD) qualities. To meet this requirement, Stratasys created ESD PEKK, an FDM thermoplastic that combines ...

MakerBot 3D Printers & Filaments: Operating with PLA—and You are Safe!

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Since a recent study came out from researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, there’s been quite the conversation regarding 3D printing and safety in terms of fumes. While ...

China's first 3D printed air purifier offers relief from record-breaking air pollution levels

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Jan 27, 2016 | By Kira In December 2015, Northeastern China’s air pollution reached record-breaking highs, with Beijing issuing a Red Alert not once, but twice. In the ongoing battle ...

Go from Maker to Producer with Many-Maker: Desktop Plastic Injection Molding 3D Printer Accessory

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The world of 3D printing has proven to be one centered around evolution. The hardware has been refined continuously from manufacturers and by makers themselves, offering greater speed, resolution, and ...

3D Printer Carves Out Niche for Big Parts

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At first glance, 3D printing is a broad, horizontal technology. But each industry will have its unique needs for 3D printing. A 3D printing manufacturer can turn a specialized technique ...

Fool your friends with the Three Deck Illusion, a 3D printed card trick

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Feb 6, 2016 | By Kira Engineer and 3D printing enthusiast Mark Fuller has recreated a famous magic trick using a few simple 3D printed parts. Known as the Three ...

How a 3-D Printer May Have Changed the Outcome of Super Bowl 50

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A few minutes after the Carolina Panthers punched their ticket to Super Bowl 50 with a blowout win over the Arizona Cardinals, reporters asked stud linebacker Thomas Davis how his ...

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week–February 6

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Share on Tumblr In this week’s 3D printing news, we have more than one story about metal 3D printing, which is growing ever more popular. Materialise is sponsoring a 3D ...

How Exactly Will 3D Printing Combat Counterfeiting Additive Manufactured Products?

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The specter of counterfeit products is always a concern for any company that relies on other facilities to actually manufacture and assemble their products. From fake Rolex watches to fake ...

Jay Leno’s Favorite Gadgets

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I have 117 motorcycles and about 140 cars. My first car was a 1934 Ford pickup truck. I’d like to track it down. I know it’s somewhere in New England.

American Wind May Have Changed the Future of Electric Cars

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Electric cars have a lot to offer in terms of reduced gas spending and environmental impact, but the negative tradeoff has been the need to pull over to recharge rather ...

3D Zings creates custom 3D printed skull-protecting prosthetic for cancer patient

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Feb 4, 2016 | By Kira 3D Zings, a 3D printing company based in Malaga, Spain, has created a custom-made and quite unique 3D printed ‘skull protector’ prosthetic for a ...

The first-ever industrial 3D printing center in the Baltics opens in Riga

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Feb 4, 2016 | By Kira Though we are used to hearing of 3D printing companies, innovations, and production centers popping up all over the United States, Japan, Germany, France,

High school student develops 3D printed ring to monitor Parkinson's disease symptoms

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Feb 4, 2016 | By Tess In 1996, world famous boxer Muhammad Ali was chosen to light the Olympic torch at the Atlanta Olympic games despite his suffering of Parkinsons ...

Scientists 3D-print a 'brain' to learn the secret behind its folds

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By 3D-printing a fake gel brain and watching it “grow,” scientists at Harvard University have discovered how the human cortex develops its creepy, classic folds. The discovery, published in the ...

Free 3D Printable of the Week: Low-Poly Squirtle

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This week was the 20th anniversary of the ongoing, life-changing, critter-loving Pokémon franchise. To celebrate, here is a lil’, low-poly Squirtle designed by Thingiverse user FLOWALISTIK that you can download ...

TU Delft creates a fully functional 3D-printed stainless steel bicycle using MX3D's multi axis robotic arm

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Feb 3, 2016 | By Alec Remember the ambitious plans of Dutch startup MX3D to build the world’s first 3D printed steel bridge in Amsterdam? While that bridge won’t be ...

Simple, Smart & Powerful: Digital Scan 3D’s Rexcan CS2+ Offers Blue Light Technology

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The 3D printing industry has culminated into an incredible evolution of innovations and products being viewed around the world, with many already being used to change numerous industries and processes ...

Sky's the limit for ALTA Tactical's 3D printed, low-altitude 'SmartBalloons'

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Jan 29, 2016 | By Benedict It’s hard to deny that drones are making a big buzz right now. Used for a variety of purposes, both practical and recreational, remote ...

Weekly Roundup: Ten 3D Printable Things

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How do you celebrate a holiday like Valentine’s Day with a 3D printer? It actually took me quite a while to figure out exactly what kind of article I wanted ...

Bartlett students build 3D-printed filigree chairs with robots

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A team of students at the Bartlett architecture school have developed a technique for 3D printing complex curved structures, and used it to build a set of intricate chairs. The ...

Watch a skier capture stunning'360-degree footage with 3D printed camera rig and iPhone 6

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Feb 5, 2016 | By Kira Most videos of skiers or snowboarders in action typically rely on the birds-eye-view format (increasingly popular thanks to drone technology), or else they strap ...

Panthers linebacker gets 3D-printed brace for Super Bowl

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During the first quarter of the NFC Championship game nearly two weeks ago, Carolina Panthers All-Pro linebacker Thomas Davis broke his arm making a tackle. Immediately after the game, Davis ...

Make your own 3D printed Fallout 4 'Pip-Boy 3000 MKVI' powered by Raspberry Pi

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Feb 6, 2016 | By Benedict The Pipboy 3000 MKIV, a beloved wrist-computer featured in the ever-popular Fallout series of video games, might be one of the most in-demand 3D ...

rPrint: A Fresh Take on FDM 3D Printing

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Consumer 3D printers have come a long way in just the past couple of years. However, David, of EEVblog, felt that current printers were still lacking in some ways. To ...

Thermaltake launches 3DMakers platform for 3D printable PC mods and accessories

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Feb 5, 2016 | By Kira There are a lot of websites out there for makers to find and download pre-made 3D printable models—in fact, we even rounded up a ...

Siemens invests EUR 21.4M to open first metal 3D printing facility in Sweden

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Feb 3, 2016 | By Kira German technology and electrical engineering giant Siemens has just deepened its investment into the 3D printing industry by opening the first manufacturing facility for ...

3D Printed Tactile Books Allow Visually Impaired Children to Experience Stories

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Braille has been around since 1824, when blind Frenchman Louis Braille invented the system of raised dots that would allow blind people to read with their fingertips. In the beginning,

Zortrax Continues to Drive 3D Printing Education in Poland

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Share on Tumblr An increasing number of companies have recognized the importance of including 3D printing as part of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education, but the necessary equipment is ...

BioArchitects announces FDA approval of 3D printed titanium cranial plate implants

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Feb 5, 2016 | By Tess Brazil and U.S. based company BioArchitects recently announced the approval of their customized 3D printed titanium cranial/craniofacial plate implants by the U.S. Food and ...

Cell Applications & Cyfuse bring scaffold-free 'Kenzan Method' of 3D bioprinting to North America

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Feb 3, 2016 | By Benedict Cyfuse Biomedical has been carving out its reputation as a biomedical innovator for a few years now, with its one-of-a-kind Regenova 3D printer ranking ...

Cloud based KIRI:MOTO slicer makes 3D printing easy straight from your web browser

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Feb 5, 2016 | By Andre As anyone that’s ever worked with 3D printers will know, there are steps that you need to follow before turning your model file into ...

Out-of-this-World & Practical Applications Shine at Inside 3D Printing Singapore

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The Inside 3D Printing Expo has returned once again to Singapore for the 3rd year running, and was again hosted by the Suntec City Convention centre. Although somewhat scaled down ...

Z3DLab patents titanium-ceramic metal 3D printing powder for medical and aerospace applications

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Feb 4, 2016 | By Kira French 3D printing company Z3DLab, specialized in metal additive manufacturing through SLM (selective laser melting) and the development of novel metal 3D printing materials,

Sindoh reveals new focus on consumers with 3Dwox DP200 3D printer and SolidWorks integration

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Feb 3, 2016 | By Alec Like so many other tech conventions, SolidWorks World 2016 is proving to be a great place to discover upcoming 3D printer innovations. Only yesterday,

University of Washington Professor Wants to Scan Every Fish in Existence (and 3D Print a Few, Too)

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Share on Tumblr If you’ve ever stood on the shore of the ocean, especially at high tide, you may have noticed each wave carrying in an assortment of glittering fishes.

Turn your 3D printer into a full-fledged production line with 'Many-Maker' injection molding kit

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Feb 3, 2016 | By Benedict As most of our readers will know, 3D printing can be incredibly useful for creating one-of-a-kind items, since it allows makers to cut out ...

SolidProfessor Announces Two New 3D Printing Courses for Beginners and MakerBot Users

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3D printing education is really taking off these days as the technology complements the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum quite well. Even if this is the case, there ...

Stratasys Expands 3D Printing Adoption through Simplification!

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They say everything is bigger in Texas. Well, that’s certainly true at SOLIDWORKS World 2016, where Stratasys is again making big news. John Gould, North America President of Stratasys, has ...

Airwolf 3D introduces new 3D printing nylon adhesive, Wolfbite NITRO

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Feb 4, 2016 | By Tess Additive manufacturing tech company Airwolf 3D just announced the release of their new product, Wolfbite NITRO, a 3D printing adhesive to be used specifically ...

Most Read 3D Printing Articles

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Stratasys Launches 3D Printing Education Program Stratasys has long been involved in education, supporting schools with 3D printers and expertise as well as encouraging young designers with 3D printing contests.

Classic Contemporary Design with MakerBot and Stratasys

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A spoon isn’t just a spoon, when it’s from Robert Welch Designs LTD. At this UK-based home goods company, one piece of cutlery can be prototyped as many as 50 ...

Swiss Designers Drzach & Suchy Play with Shadows and Light and Win i.materialise’s Designer of the Year Award 2015

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Share on Tumblr In November, we wrote about how i.materialise was sponsoring a Designer of the Year Award for 2015. This competition has been going on annually since 2013, and ...

3D Printing Football Helmets at Microscopic Levels

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AutoDesk's Senior Research Scientist on cloud-computing aided design processes “The brain is like a bowl of JELL-O. Give the bowl a push, and the dessert takes some time to react,
 

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