Mon.Mar 25, 2019

3D printed optical cardiography system supports arrhythmia studies

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from George Washington University (GWU) and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have used open-source 3D printing to monitor cardiac arrhythmias otherwise known as an irregular heartbeat. In a study published in Scientific Reports, the researchers sought to create a customizable and cost-effective optical mapping system to understand the relationship between the electrical […]. Medical & Dental Alexander M.

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Reflecting on SOLIDWORKS Worlds over the Years

The Solidworks Blog

It’s been a couple of weeks since SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2019 in Dallas. This year as usual, there were amazing guest speakers in the general sessions, hundreds of technical breakout sessions, and the evening events were lots of fun.

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Berkeley Researchers Studying Progress & Challenges in 4D Printing

While 3D printing allows for many users to create complex geometries not before possible, 4D printing does that and more with materials and textures that respond to their environment and then revert. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 4D printing 4d printing 4D printing metamaterials University of California

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Mediated Matter Group presents 3D printed Aguahoja: “where the grown and the made unite”

3D Printing Industry

Neri Oxman and the Mediated Matter Group at MIT have unveiled a new 3D printing project. In Aguahoja, 3D printed lattices have been “shaped by water” to form large, sculptural chrysalides. Made from cellulose, chitosan and pectin, the pavilions are designed to demonstrate the possibilities of alternative, recyclable construction materials. They also exist as a statement about […].

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.

3D Printing is Leading the Custom-made Evolution to Make Your Things Better Fit You

3D printing is becoming a disruptive technology and will soon be leaving some big names wondering: ‘Why didn’t I think of this first?’. Prototypes and end-use parts made with 3D printing are taking. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Scanning Dental 3D printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed glasses 3D printed healthcare solutions Custom 3D Printed fuel3d Wohlers Report 2018

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WACKER Opens New ACEO Open 3D Print Lab at Ann Arbor Facility

Munich-based WACKER is known for their expertise in manufacturing and supplying chemicals and materials to industry leaders. They are now adding to their silicone research and development facility in. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3D printing research and development 3d printing silicone ACEO Open Print Lab WACKER

America Makes to open second Satellite Center in Texas for 3D printing research

3D Printing Industry

America Makes, a Youngstown-based national accelerator for additive manufacturing, has announced that it will open its second Satellite Center for 3D printing research and application. The Center will be located at the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), a part of Texas A&M University System. Rob Gorham, America Makes Executive Director, said, “With our second […].

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Rutgers Engineers 4D Printing Smart MetaMaterials for Industrial Applications

Engineers at Rutgers University–New Brunswick are advancing beyond the realm of 3D printing, now fabricating smart materials in 4D that will transform as needed, according to their environment. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 4D printing 3d printed metamaterials 4D metamaterials 4d printing Rutgers University-New Brunswick

RAPID + TCT 2019 preview: strong schedule adds automotive track for Detroit

3D Printing Industry

North America’s largest additive manufacturing event RAPID + TCT has announced its schedule for 2019. Hosted at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, from May 20 – 23, the must-attend 3D printing event features over 110 technical presentations, a renewed focus on medical applications, plus an all-new automotive conference track. Almost 400 exhibitors from across […]. Offers So Much More Than Just the Latest 3D Printing News

Here at, we do our best to keep you up to date on all of the most important things happening in the industry today. Whether it’s current business news, a breakthrough research. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3d printers online store 3D printing careers 3d printing jobs 3d printing shop 3d printing store alexander daniels careers in additive manufacturing job board jobs in 3D printing tech career website

nScrpyt uses microdispensing to develop metal 3D printing solution

3D Printing Industry

Florida-based 3D printer and microdispensing system manufacturer nScrypt Inc. has announced it is developing a metal 3D printing solution to provide its customers with detailed and repeatable metal parts. Using its microdispensing technology, nScrypt is aiming to specifically provide the metal parts to the aerospace, defense, and medical industries. 3D printing high-strength and high-density titanium […].

AFRL and University Partners Used 3D Printed Composite Materials to Make Structural Parts

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) near my hometown of Dayton, Ohio, has long been interested in using 3D printing and composite materials. View the entire article via our website.

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Omni3D granted patent for Factory 2.0 FDM/FFF 3D printer

3D Printing Industry

Omni3D, a Polish 3D printer and filament manufacturer, has taken steps towards more eco-friendly 3D printing. Founded in 2013, Omni3D is known for the Factory 2.0, a 500 mm (XYZ) sized industrial FDM/FFF 3D printer. Omni3D has been granted patents for two of its Factory 2.0 components. According to the company, the patented parts reduce energy consumption. […]. 3D Printers Eco-friendly 3D printing Factory 2.0 omni3d Pawe? Robak

Formnext + PM South China to Premiere in September 2020

Additive Manufacturing

From September 9 to 11, 2020, the first ever Formnext + PM South China trade show for the additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy industries will take place in Shenzhen, China.

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3D Printing Research CrAMmed: DTU, TU Delft, and Imperial College London

3D Printing Industry

In this edition of CrAMed, our academic additive manufacturing digest, we bring you the latest literature on metamaterials, 4D printing, regenerative medicine, multimaterial 3D printing and more from leading institutions around the globe. 3D printing better bones In recent years, 3D printing has helped make important breakthroughs in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. Continuing this trend, […]. Research 3D Factory MX 4d printing A. Díaz de León Adilet Zhakeyev Alejandro J.

How to flip the Bend Direction of a SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Part

Javelin Tech Tips

The stated Bend Direction in a SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal drawing is based on the defined fixed face of the model. Original Bend Direction in Drawing. Editing the Flat Pattern feature, in the Flat-Pattern folder, will display the currently defined “Fixed face”. Edit Flat-Pattern Feature .

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HOOPS Communicator 2019 Significantly Improves Performance with New WebAssembly Rendering

Additive Manufacturing

WebAssembly core rendering leads to drastic reduction in library size and performance improvements with faster downloads and startup times.

Top 5 Apps Included in 3DEXPERIENCE

Modern Tech

At its core, the 3DEXPERIENCE platform is a collection of cloud-based software applications for 3D design, analysis, simulation and communication. It allows team members to be in the same environment looking at the same data and the same files in order to make changes and comments in real time.

What the Stakeholders Must Do to Make Electric Vehicles a Reality

BIS Research

Written by BIS Research Analysts Ajeya Saxena. In spite of rapidly increasing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), their competitiveness in terms of performance and pricing with internal combustion (IC) engine vehicles still seems a farfetched objective.

Protolabs announces Designing for Additive Manufacturing course in partnership with Wohlers Associates

3D Printing Industry

Award winning on demand manufacturing provider Protolabs and Colorado-based additive manufacturing consultants Wohlers Associates have collaborated to run a Designing for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) course. Taking place over three days, the course is an invitation-only event, established through a shared desire between the companies to help engineers and designers effectively use 3D printing technologies. Most […].

A Conversation in STEAM: Part One


Danielle presenting The STEAM Connection books at the Dallas Children’s Hospital [Image: Danielle Boyer]. Read the whole entry. » » interview

Xometry Growth Marketer Aaron Lichtig on Industrial Sage


As a digital manufacturer, Xometry continues to adapt to and influence manufacturing trends with a two-fold business model, new product offerings, strategic marketing, and continuous optimization

A Conversation in STEAM: Part Two


Danielle featured on the SOLIDWORKS Born to Design podcast [Image: Danielle Boyer]. Robots, Read the whole entry. » » interview

The Metallizr Is Coming


A collection of electroplated 3D prints made on The Metallizr [Source: Dizingof]. Read the whole entry. » » hardware

nScrypt Goes Metal


3D printed titanium gear, dogbone, and block [Image: nScrypt]. A new metal solution promises. Read the whole entry. » » hardware

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Design of the Week: UFO Abduction Lamp


A 3D printed UFO abduction scene [Source: Thingiverse]. This week’s selection is the fanciful. Read the whole entry. » » design