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Dog Recovering After Groundbreaking Surgery to Implant 3D Printed Skull Cap

Patches is a nine-year-old dachshund who, for years, had a small and apparently harmless bump on her head. Recently, however, that bump began growing until it became the size of an orange, and turned. View the entire article via our website.

Scoobe3D, new “no post processing” 3D scanning technology hits Kickstarter

3D Printing Industry

Scoobe3D GmbH a German 3D scanning technology startup, has launched a new device that makes it easy to create 3D models. The Scoobe3D scanner, which is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter, uses a method the creators believe is “the first new 3D scanning technology in over 10 years.”

Rotational 3D printing: A new technology for stronger parts


New 3D printing techniques are unveiled quite regularly […]. The post Rotational 3D printing: A new technology for stronger parts appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Josef Prusa Releases A Resin 3D Printer the SL1 for $1599

Josef Prusa is the most well-known 3D printer designer in the world. His RepRap designs have become reference designs in the 3D printing community. The Prusa Mk3/i3 is probably the world’s most. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3d systems formlabs iPrusa Josef Prusa photopolymer resin SL sla streolithography

3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

An interactive manufacturing learning expedition in Shanghai

3D Perspectives

Day 1 of Manufacturing in the Age of Experience is a wrap! Over 350 executives from the manufacturing sector took part in an exclusive learning expedition centered around a pragmatic look at the challenges faced by modern manufacturers.

Empower the Model-Based Enterprise with SOLIDWORKS MBD 2019

The Solidworks Blog

Model-Based Definition (MBD) is a journey. Defining product and manufacturing information (PMI) on 3D models rather than 2D drawings is just a start.

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WACKER to open million dollar ACEO silicone 3D printing lab in the U.S.

3D Printing Industry

The Munich-based WACKER chemical group is set to open its first regional 3D printing lab outside Germany at the end of 2018. Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the new facility will provide ACEO silicone rubber 3D printing services to the growing North American market. “In

Driving packaging trends with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform

3D Perspectives

The packaging industry is changing in response to customers’ demands for improved sustainability by consumers. Packaging suppliers are turning to Polyethylene Terephthalate or PET, a recyclable plastic helping to meet the need for more sustainable products.

What’s New In SOLIDWORKS CAM 2019

The Solidworks Blog

It is hard to believe we are already looking at another release of SOLIDWORKS. It has been a full year since we released SOLIDWORKS CAM Powered by CAMWorks.

Luxexcel Breaks into the Next Phase

Additive Manufacturing

EINDHOVEN (THE NETHERLANDS) – September 24, 2018 , Luxexcel, the pioneer in 3D printing of ophthalmic lenses, announced today the appointment of Fabio Esposito as Chief Executive Officer to lead the company in its next growth phase.

3D Center and 3YOURMIND partner to launch online 3D printing platform

3D Printing Industry

3D Center, a Swedish 3D printing services provider and consultant, and 3YOURMIND, a German software workflow creator for the AM industry, have partnered to launch a 3D printing platform. The project is aimed at industrial 3D printing.

How Will Teachers Adopt 3D Printing?

3D printing is everywhere, impacting industries such as healthcare, aerospace, manufacturing and practically any other area you can think of. However, in the big picture, adoption of the technology. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Education 3d printing for teachers 3d printing in schools 3d printing in the classroom high school education teachers

SOLIDWORKS Manage: When PDM Just Isn't Enough

Modern Tech

Every now and then, a PDM user or vault administrator envisions a usage case that's just a bit outside the current PDM functionality, or possibly in a different wheelhouse altogether. This happens with the newly initiated, as well as software veterans.

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Composer 2019

The Solidworks Blog

It’s that time of the year again when we introduce a new release of SOLIDWORKS Composer. We’ve had one full year to improve the product and this time around we had a lot of our multi-year projects come to fruition.

4 Tips for a Smooth Start to Manufacturing Your Product

3D Innovations

Taking the leap into manufacturing is a big milestone for a startup. Once you start to search for a manufacturing partner, suddenly it all seems real. Manufacturing is not cheap, and one misstep here can severely hurt or completely crush your business.

Siemens celebrates 8,000 hour run of 3D printed turbine burner

3D Printing Industry

A 3D printed burner inside a Siemens SGT-700 gas turbine has reported one full year of operation. Installed at an E.ON combined cycle power plant in Hesse, Germany, the burner inside the turbine has been running for over 8,000 hours and shows no signs of slowing down. 3D printing for gas turbines Siemens started investing […]. 3DP Applications E.ON Energy Projects IBUMA intelligent burner manufacturing Niklas Lange SGT-700 Siemens turbine Vladimir Navrotsky

Tortoise Pals Bond Over Their 3D Printed Shells

Daisy is a 75-pound tortoise who was injured by a car. She survived the accident but was left with two holes in her shell, leaving her vulnerable to infection and possible spinal damage. Although the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed animal prosthetics 3d printed Tortoise shell Canyon Pet Hospital Northern Arizona University tortoise Tortoise shell

Introducing Desktop Metal's Studio Fleet

Modern Tech

Built to scale, the new Studio Fleet leverages Studio System+ technology, including a software-controlled workflow and stackable shelving for batch processing.

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How Design is Reimagining Transport in a Clogged World

The Solidworks Blog

People. There are over seven and a half billion of them sharing this planet, and over half live in cities. That’s three billion people with transport needs. With our burgeoning population expanding exponentially, the need to re-think urban transportation is crucial.

Highlight 3D printing defects using gold nanoparticles: The new revolution


A new revolution is on its way: Researchers from the Va […]. The post Highlight 3D printing defects using gold nanoparticles: The new revolution appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

News digest: Innovate UK, Lockheed Martin, Photocentric, FIT Additive Manufacturing Group and more

3D Printing Industry

Sea Creatures Inspire Lilian van Daal’s Sustainably 3D Printed Chair

Radiolaria are one-celled microorganisms that take their name from the radial symmetry of their spines; they are found in the ocean as zooplankton and while they may be tiny, they served as big. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed chair biomimicry Lilian van Daal Oceanz Oceanz EcoPowder Radiolaria

3D Printed Robots – A Case Study in Democratizing Mechanics

Shapeways Blog

The task: Create an affordable gearbox to assist in robotics, wind turbines and other fields that could deliver a high reduction ratio. The challenge: Making them available via 3D printing in a simplistic way.

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Call for Presentations is LIVE! Only 10 Days Left to Submit!

The Solidworks Blog

There are only 10 days left to submit your presentation for SOLIDWORKS World 2019 in Dallas, Texas! You read it right, 10 DAYS!!!

From supply chains to value networks

3D Perspectives

Manufacturing is no longer simply the production of goods and services. In today’s Experience Economy, value comes from how a customer uses a product, not the product itself. This makes manufacturing a process of value creation.

Josef Prusa introduces a resin-based 3D printer SLA

3D Printing Industry

Josef Prusa, has introduced the resin-based Prusa SL1 – an open source SLA 3D printer. Prusa is the founder and CEO of Prusa Research, which manufactures open-source 3D printers. Earlier this year, Prusa acquired Futur3D, a Czech company specialising in resin printing, and expanded its team to 320 people. It now aims to develop open-source […]. Open source Josef Prusa MSLA open source SLA 3D printer Original Prusa SL1 Prusa Printers Prusa Research Prusa3D SLA

Siemens Mobility Turns to 3D Printing for Digital Maintenance

More and more railway systems are finding that digital inventories and 3D printed replacement parts are an effective way to save money and time and to combat obsolescence. Siemens Mobility is the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed replacement parts 3d printed tooling Fortus 450mc Fortus 450mc Production 3D printer railway transportation Siemens Siemens Mobility Division stratasys stratasys fortus 450mc

SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 Inspection Integration

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 Inspection Integration. New in SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019, we now have additional integration with SOLIDWORKS Inspection. This integration includes: SOLIDWORKS PDM Ribbon. We can now access PDM features, directly within Inspection such as; Check-Out. Check-In. Change State.

Wright Grid Continues to Connect the Globe by Harnessing the Power of the Sun

The Solidworks Blog

Technology is rapidly evolving and our smart devices are playing an ever-increasing role in our day-to-day lives. One may not realize the importance of these devices.

Agility + Efficiency = Optimal Manufacturing Outcomes

3D Perspectives

In this second of our three-part series leading up to Manufacturing in the Age of Experience , we dive into the concept of Sustainable Innovation and Excellence.

K-AMUG presents 3D printed airless bike tire

3D Printing Industry

Based in Ulsan, South Korea, the Korean Additive Manufacturing User Group (K-AMUG) is a developer of 3D printing materials, equipment, manufacturing processes and service-related technologies. It’s latest project, a 3D printed lightweight, airless tire, has been displayed at Techfesta 3D printing expo in Ulsan, and presents the possibilities of future sports product design. K-AMUG Founded […].

3D Printing Keeps Navy Ships Up and Running for Minimal Cost

3D printing has become a bigger part of life in the United States Navy, and indeed in all branches of the military, as servicepeople come up with ingenious ways to use the technology to save time and. View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing Featured Stories 3d printed replacement parts 3d printing in the military military 3d printing navy united states navy us navy

SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 Selecting a Configuration in the Preview Tab

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 now gives users the ability to preview a different configuration of a file other than the one that was active when the file was last saved by using an updated SOLIDWORKS PDM Configuration Preview.

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Experience World War I with this 3D-Printed Model of the Atlantikwall Coastline


You don’t need to be a history buff to appreciate this model of the Belgian coastline during World War 1. Based on authentic aerial photographs from the time, it’s a faithful recreation of what the coastline must’ve looked like, from military defenses down to the location of each sand dune.

Meet our brand new 3D printing materials sample kits!


Choosing the right material for your 3D printed project […]. The post Meet our brand new 3D printing materials sample kits! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

ASTM International rolls out $300,000 to fund standards for 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Global standards developer ASTM International has announced its first round of funding to support the development of standards for the additive manufacturing industry. NASA, the UK’s Manufacturing Technology Center (MTC), EWI, Auburn University and the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) at Wichita State University will all benefit from the fund, with each body responsible for a […].