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  • 32-year-old undergoes successful face transplant thanks to 3D printing and the Mayo Clinic
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Feb 22, 2017 | By TessA medical team from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has successfully completed a facial transplant for 32-year-old patient Andrew Sandness. The incredibly complex procedure, which required over 50 hours of surgery, was m...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Robotics company ABB acquires Spanish 3D scanning innovator NUB3D
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Feb 22, 2017 | By DavidPioneering Swedish-Swiss technology leader ABB is the latest company to join the 3D technology revolution, announcing today that it has acquired 3D scanning company NUB3D. Founded in 1999, Barcelona-based NUB3D has built up a s...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Reports: Disney acquires worlds first 3D printed toy company MakieLab
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Feb 22, 2017 | By BenedictMakieLab, a UK-based company that had made custom 3D printed dolls since 2012, has reportedly been acquired by Disney. MakieLab has history with the US entertainment giant, having been part of the Disney Accelerator startup ...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Team Penske and Stratasys Bring 3D Printing to NASCAR and IndyCar Racing
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Team Penske announced that it has formed a technical partnership with Stratasys.As part of a multi-year agreement that begins in 2017, Stratasys will provide equipment and support services to assist Team Penske in its engineering and manufacturing ef...
    Source: 3Printr.com
  • Organovo 3D prints the base structure of a human kidney for drug-testing
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    3D bioprinting company Organovo, (NASDAQ:ONVO) headquartered in San Diego, CA, has published an article showing successful 3D printing of the microscopic veins that make up a kidney. The findings show significant promise for using 3D printed tissue ...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Boeing plan to use 3D printing to make satellites
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Chicago-headquartered aerospace manufacturers Boeing (LOD:BOE) has revealed they will utilize 3D printing to manufacture future satellites. In an effort to increase turnaround time and lower costs of production, Boeing will use additive manufacturing...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • 3D printed modular satellites could help Boeing cut costs
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Feb 22, 2017 | By BenedictAerospace company Boeing is planning to use 3D printing in an effort to produce cheaper satellites in a shorter timespan. The 3D printed modular satellites would also require fewer workers to build.The price tag on your aver...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Stratasys partners with Team Penske to bring 3D printing to NASCAR, IndyCar racing
    Posted on February 22, 2017
    Feb 22, 2017 | By Tess3D printing giant Stratasys has entered into a technical partnership with Team Penske, an American professional stock car and open-wheel racing team. The partnership, which comes in the form of a multi-year agreement, will see S...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Oerlikon takes-off with additive manufacturing research partnerships in Russia and Germany
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Swiss technology company Oerlikon (SWX:OERL) are strengthening their efforts in metal additive manufacturing through two research partnerships with international institutions. One agreement is signed with the Technical University of Munich in German...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • AAAS exploring full-scale digital fabrication methods and 3D printing to modernize construction
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    The latest developments in digital fabrication for construction were discussed this week at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2017 Annual Meeting in Boston. At the meeting, digital fabrication techniques of the future we...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Sindoh DP200 3DWOX Review
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    February 21, 2017 Editors rating: Share Reddit Tweet +1 Share Stumble WhatsApp Flip Shares 0 The Korean company “Sindoh” has been making waves in the 3D printing industry with their DP200 printer. It...
    Source: 3DPrinting.com
  • Plans for UK’s first spaceport welcomed by Reaction Engines
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    British aerospace company Reaction Engines is embracing government plans to create the UK’s first spaceport. The Oxfordshire based company is currently developing engines with the use of 3D printing technology and has a mission to unlock, “the...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Ohio boy with heart in wrong place breathes freely for first time after 3D printing-assisted surgery
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Feb 21, 2017 | By BenedictSurgeons at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio have used 3D printing to operate on boy with Heterotaxy syndrome, a rare birth defect. Doctors said the boy’s heart seemed to have "two right sides" and no left, giving him serious...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • ABB 3D scans towards a connected future in partnership with NUB3D
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Swedish-Swiss tech corporation ABB has acquired Spanish 3D scanning and metrology equipment producers NUB3D. The acquisition of the 3D scanning enterprise will ensure that ABB are prepared for a “smart future” where 3D scanners read and collect d...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • AR startup Magic Leap acquires Dacuda 3D scanning division
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Feb 21, 2017 | By TessAugmented reality startup Magic Leap has acquired the 3D scanning division of Dacuda, a Zurich-based software company. Dacuda is known for its pocket scanner, Slam Scan Technology, as well as its smartphone software development ...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Farsoons 3D printed turbojet engine passes 100,000 rpm test
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Feb 21, 2017 | By BenedictFarsoon Technologies, a Chinese 3D printing company, has announced the successful testing of its 3D printed turbojet engine rotor pieces. The company says its 3D printed turbojet engine parts passed the 100,000-rotations-per...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Trinckle brings the future of manufacturing closer with new partnership
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    3D designing for robotic arms is now easier thanks to a collaboration between Berlin-based 3D printing service providers Trinckle and German selective laser sintering (SLS) company Kuhn-Stoff. Kuhn-Stoff are a partner of metal additive manufacturers ...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Open Bionics wins $1M prize from UAE for 3D printed bionic arms
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    Feb 21, 2017 | By Tess3D printed prosthetic hand maker Open Bionics has taken home the International UAE Robotics for Good Award, a recognition that includes $1 million in funding. The award, which was presented to the UK-based startup this past Satu...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • 3D printing houses on Mars with NASA and the University of Central Florida
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    NASA has enlisted a professor from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in order to find a way of 3D printing structures on Mars. Pegasus Professor Sudipta Seal, interim chair of UCF’s Materials Science and Engineering program is looking at how ...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • VERASHAPE Brings Tech&Science Closer to People
    Posted on February 21, 2017
    “Globally innovative additive printer” initiative taken on by VERASHAPE has been chosen from over 650 projects from around the world to be a part of “Bringing tech&science closer to people” campaign. It promotes innovative creators and th...
    Source: 3Printr.com