Tue.Jul 09, 2019

3000 year-old Lion of Mosul statue brought back to life with 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

A 3D printed replica of the 3000 year-old Lion of Mosul statue is on display at London’s Imperial War Museum (IWM), as part of a three-part exhibition titled Culture Under Attack.

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Sofa so Good: the Future of Furniture Technology

The Solidworks Blog

Are you sitting comfortably? No really, are you? Since mankind moved out of the Stone Age and onto the chaise lounge, humans have been finding increasingly satisfying ways to park their derrieres.

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Get in the Right Frame of Mind with SOLIDWORKS Reference Geometry

DASI Solutions

Written by Daniel Soltero, Application Engineer When designing in SOLIDWORKS it is good practice to use reference geometry.

Chopped vs. Continuous Printable Carbon Fiber

Modern Tech

3D printing processes are easy to implement and offer a wide variety of materials to support a part’s requirements while eliminating cost, lead time and design barriers for adopting manufacturing aids on the shop floor. 3D printed composites are an exciting new trend.

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.

University of Nottingham: 3D Printed PG/PLA Composites for Repairing Fractures


In ‘Mechanical properties and in vitro degradation behavior of additively manufactured phosphate glass particles/fibers reinforced polyactide,’ authors Lizhe He, Jiahui Zhong, Chenkai Zhu, and. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Bioprinting Medical 3D Printing 3d printed implants 3D printing composite materials broken bones china PGF/PLA composites PGP/PLA pla PTC Creo Parametric Simplify3D ultimaker 2 university of nottingham

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3D Printed Syringe Bracket Reduces Chances for Bacterial Contamination


If you have ever experienced a major illness or serious injury, most likely you were extremely thankful for the medical professionals who helped you get your life back; however, it. The post 3D. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed bracket 3D printed brackets 3D printed prototyping anesthesia formlabs form 2 massachusetts general hospital open source organizer syringe

RMIT University adopts Simufact Additive to accelerate metal 3D printing in Australia

3D Printing Industry

MSC Software Corporation (MSC), a Californian developer of computer-aided engineering (CAE) and simulation software, and RMIT University, have signed an agreement. Based in Melbourne, RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct will use of MSC’s Simufact Additive to research and develop metal additive manufacturing processes. The partnership is hoping to help accelerate the use of additive manufacturing in […].

Self Healing Dynamic Polyurea Materials Show Significant Potential in 3D Printing


International researchers have been working together to improve on self-healing polymers, outlining their success in creating a covalent urea bond in the recently published ‘Dynamic covalent urea. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d printed polymers dynamic polyurea materials self-healing polymers self-healing Zn(OAc)2-containing polymeric materials

An Insider’s View: Boom and Stratasys Take on Supersonic Flight

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you truly love making things, then you also love making things in the best way possible to achieve desired results. This inherently means learning new methods, studying them, and becoming proficient in them. In turn, making things not just a better way – but the BEST way. Two years ago, Stratasys entered into a partnership with Boom Supersonic – the Colorado-based company building what’s expected to be history’s fastest supersonic airliner.

Tunisia: Researchers 3D Print Optimized Car Leaf Spring out of Carbon PEEK


Authors Amir Kessentini, Gulam Mohammed Sayeed Ahmed, and Jamel Madiouli have performed research and analysis after 3D printing a car part, with their findings outlined and recently published in. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d printed car part 3D printing composite materials ARGO 500 car parts CARBON PEEK cpeek custom 3d printer fdm fff 3d printer PEEK poly ether ether ketone polyetheretherketone roboze

Reduce Costly Manufacturing Errors with a SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Service

Javelin Tech Tips

Common Sheet Metal Issues. When I visit clients, I am surprised that SOLIDWORKS users are not aware of the sheet metal bend tables included with the software and quite often I find there is a disconnect between design/engineering and manufacturing departments.

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New CAD Survey (Invitation)

Tech Clarity

Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new CAD survey. Have you migrated from 2D to 3D? Switched from one 3D CAD tool for another? Have you considered getting even more from your 3D models with model based design? Or have you stuck with the same approach?

Image Considerations when using SOLIDWORKS AutoTrace to Create Sketches

Javelin Tech Tips

Adding a logo to your design is an excellent way to creating brand awareness and reaping the benefits of product placement, whether laser cutting it into a Muskoka chair, or punching it into a piece of sheet metal.

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Titomic trials 3D printed parts for Danish mining firm FLSmidth

3D Printing Industry

Titomic, the rights owner of the Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) metal 3D printing process, has signed an agreement with FLSmidth. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, FLSmidth is a leading equipment supplier for the mining industry. It is looking to additive manufacturing to help reduce production downtime which can cost companies in the sector up to $3,000 p/hr. […]. 3DP Applications FLSmidth Jeff Lang Titomic Titomic Kinetic Fusion

Tiny supersonic jet injection for nanoscale additive manufacturing

3D Printing Progress

By energizing precursor molecules using a tiny, high-energy supersonic jet of inert gas, researchers have dramatically accelerated the fabrication of nanometer scale structures. The rapid additive manufacturing technique also allows them to produce structures with high aspect ratios.

NewPro3D's NP1 3D Printer Now Available


The NewPro3D NP1 high speed 3D printer is here! Source: NewPro3D]. NewPro3D. Read the whole entry. » » printer

Velo3D's Incredible Metal 3D Printing Process


An extremely fine 3D printed metal mesh by Velo3D’s Sapphire system [Source: Fabbaloo]. Read the whole entry. » » printer

Innovators Need Guidance


Model: Jet Engine Model by An Duong [Image: DesignBox3D]. Additive Manufacturing. Read the whole entry. » » ideas

Book of the Week: Automated Construction Safety


Automated Construction Safety [Source: Amazon]. This week’s selection is “An. Read the whole entry. » » book

Artec 3D Releases New 3D Scanning Turntable Accessory


The new Artec Turntable accessory for 3D scanning [Source: Artec 3D]. Artec. Read the whole entry. » » hardware

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