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  • Analogue Loaders is playful 3D printed stop-motion homage to the dreaded loading screen
    Posted on February 18, 2017
    Feb 18, 2017 | By JuliaAn ambitious young animator has created a playful stop-motion homage to the dreaded loading screen. Meet Raphael Vangelis, a London-based filmmaker who spends long nights simply staring at his computer screen.“I tend to use ...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • 3D scanning and modeling help restore Queen Elizabeth II wedding cake
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By TessFor those who are just as engulfed in Netflix’s The Crown as I am, the latest 3D scanning news coming out of the UK will surely warm your tea right up. Engineers from the University of Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) have te...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Preserving Syrias heritage: 3D printing helps restore Palmyra busts destroyed by ISIS
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By BenedictRestoration experts in Rome have used 3D printing to repair two damaged busts salvaged from the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria. A number of the city’s buildings and artifacts have been damaged or destroyed by ISIS, who t...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Australians use 3D printing, VR to bring local dinosaur back to life
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By BenedictAfter more than 200 Leaellynasaura bone fragments were found in New South Wales, Australia, scientists are using 3D printing and virtual reality (VR) technology to bring the dinosaur "back to life" at the National Wool Muse...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Sliced 3D Printing Digest: Rocket Lab, Tiko, TechSoft, America Makes and Sintavia
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Slicing the latest 3D printing news you may have missed, today we have: Rocket Lab, Tiko, atum3D, 3D Center, TechSoft, America Makes, Lucideon, and Sintavia. Tehran add bioprinter Researchers at the Royan Institute in Tehran, Iran have announced the...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Consolidation of metal additive industry continues as DMG MORI becomes majority shareholder in REALIZER
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    The metal additive manufacturing industry continues to mature and consolidate with news that DMG MORI has acquired a controlling interest in REALIZER. Germany’s DMG MORI Aktiengesellschaft (ETR:GIL) is a world leading manufacturer of CNC milling an...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Winbo’s dual nozzle Cooper (L) 3D printer: Specifications and pricing
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Chinese 3D printing company Winbo has captured the imagination with their many different 3D printer offerings. Additionally, they provide several filament options, in an array of bright colors. In this article we take a closer look at the Winbo dua...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Inside the AMPLab: zero-gravity 3D printed metal and the future of materials
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Professor Moataz Attallah is the director of the University of Birmingham’s specialist Advanced Materials and Processing Lab, known as AMPLab. Additive manufacturing from the AMPLab is behind of some of the most cutting edge materials research in ...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • Strata and Reliance partner to explore aerospace 3D printing in UAE and India
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By TessStrata Manufacturing PJSC, an Abu Dhabi-based aero-structure manufacturing company, has partnered with Mumbai-based Reliance Defence Limited (RDL) to develop and collaborate on aerospace composite manufacturing capabilities. Bot...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Researchers optimize 3D print infill structures by mimicking natural bone tissue
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By AndreInfill optimization in 3D printing is something that is constantly being tinkered with by designers, mathematicians and researchers around the world. The reason is ultimately to find ways to produce more with less. In fact, t...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • 3D printed custom-made motorcycle could break 250 mph world record
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By JuliaA local motorcycle builder in Bellingham, Washington is trying to break the world record for fastest land speed in the 3000 CC class – and this summer, he may finally be able to do it.Mike Eaton, president of custom motorcycl...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Why Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing is a Game-changer
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    February 17, 2017 Share2 Reddit Tweet +1 Share Stumble WhatsApp Flip Shares 2 Along with the Metal X, Markforged have given us Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing. ADAM is a metal 3D printing method that can produce metal parts of exce...
    Source: 3DPrinting.com
  • 3D printing to redefine the medical supply chain in Africa
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    African organization ReFab Dar are hoping to use 3D printing to create vital medical supplies in Africa and other developing countries. In order to do so they are working on a number of initiatives including a design competition for 3D printed medica...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • 3D printed bacon, houses and hats: Interview with 3D printing YouTuber Print That Thing aka Jwall
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    The loveable YouTuber rarely seen without wearing a 3D printed hat…Jwall works a 50-hour day job to support the content for his channel Print That Thing, and the projects truly never stop. 3D Printing Industry caught up with Jwall to discuss everyt...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • VERASHAPE is testing software based on Parasolid
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Less than a week ago, VERASHAPE announced they’re conducting programming work on software based on Parasolid Communicator to support preparation of models for printing. Now, the company informs that Beta Testing of the newest version of their appli...
    Source: 3Printr.com
  • 3D printed humanoid Roboy Junior an AI breakthrough
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By JuliaResearchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Swiss robotics group Devanthro have 3D printed a four-foot robotic humanoid complete with tendons, muscles, and bones. Meet Roboy Junior, the first prototype of the Ro...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • Printr launches Gcode configurator on Formide.com
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Printr, the Amsterdam-based company renowned for online platform Formide, has introduced a new feature that enables users to create custom Start and End Gcodes with drag and drop tiles. If you’ve ever tried to create custom start- or end Gcodes on ...
    Source: 3Printr.com
  • India: First 3D printed titanium vertebrae implant helps 32-year-old woman walk again
    Posted on February 17, 2017
    Feb 17, 2017 | By BenedictDoctors in India have helped a 32-year-old woman back onto her feet by rebuilding part of her spine with 3D printed vertebrae in a first-of-its-kind procedure. The patient had been suffering from spinal tuberculosis.Dr Gopal...
    Source: 3Ders.org
  • 3D printed salt bones help to take away the pain of a faulty hip
    Posted on February 16, 2017
    Research conducted at Kitasato University in Japan demonstrates the use of a 3D printable, salt-based ink. The salt ink cuts the cost of 3D printable materials, and also exhibits properties similar to those found in natural bone. The study publishe...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry
  • MakerBot not for sale as 3D printing company provides update on job cuts and strategy
    Posted on February 16, 2017
    I spoke to MakerBot’s Josh Snider for an update on this week’s news that the 3D printing company has reduced headcount by 30%. Snider has been with MakerBot since July 2016, but in his new role for only a few days. In fact, the position is so ne...
    Source: 3D Printing Industry