Mon.Feb 17, 2020

3D Sculptor: Reverse Engineering and Sub-D Modeling

The Solidworks Blog

You can easily and quickly create and share organic and ergonomic 3D models with 3D Sculptor, but did you know that 3D Sculptor’s xShape app can also help you make quick work of reverse engineering, including transforming tessellated geometry, like the mesh geometry output from topology optimization or generative design, into smooth surfaces?

New research explores the behaviour of water on the surface of graphene

3D Printing Industry

New research from the Tokyo University of Science has revealed what happens to water molecules on the surface of graphene.

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Introducing the New Stratasys J826 3D Printer

Modern Tech

Stratasys just released the newest addition to their J-series family of PolyJet 3D printers , the Stratasys J826 , an entry-level printer for the enterprise design world.

Studying 3D Printed PCL Structures in Tissue Engineering

Researchers from Sweden and Norway are making further strides in tissue engineering, with their recent findings published in ‘Computational and experimental characterization of 3D-printed PCL. View the entire article via our website.

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.

The 3D Printing Industry news bulletin

3D Printing Industry

Kicking off the week, 3D Printing Industry is experimenting with a new format. Our new bulletin will get you up to speed with any additive manufacturing news you might have missed. Read on for a concise digest of new 3D printers, 3D printing events, and other updates you may have missed. Additive manufacturing events coming […]. 3D Printing News Digest 3D Cell Culture conference 3D Systems AON3D arcam Boston Micro Fabrication CRP GE Additive markforged RadTech Stratasys TÜV SÜD

Switzerland: in vivo Analysis of Intraoral Scanners for the Dental Arch

In the recently published ‘Trueness and precision of intraoral scanners in the maxillary dental arch: an in vivo analysis,’ authors Jonas Winkler and Nikolaos Gkantidis from the Department of. View the entire article via our website.

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Improvements to the BioFabrication Facility on the ISS Thanks to Lithoz

Scientific discoveries and research missions beyond Earth’s surface are quickly moving forward. Advancements in the fields of research, space medicine, life, and physical sciences, are taking. View the entire article via our website.

Rutgers researchers develop tunable bioink for supporting tissue growth

3D Printing Industry

Biomedical engineers from Rutgers University in New Jersey have developed a bio-ink for 3D printing that enables the construction of scaffolds to support growing human tissues. Significantly, the stiffness of the scaffolds can be controlled depending on the mixture of ink used, enabling applications for different types of tissues for repair or replacement. Published in […]. Medical & Dental Biointerphases David I. Shreiber Madison D. Godesky Rutgers University

How to create Angular Center Marks in SOLIDWORKS Drawings?

Javelin Tech Tips

Center marks are annotations that mark circle or arc centers and describe the geometry size on the drawing. With the Center Mark tool, we can create a center mark or a center point on circular edges. The center mark lines can also be used as references for dimensions.

3DPOD Episode 20: Ty Pollak, Open Additive

Today Max and I have a special guest, Ty Pollak of Open Additive. We’re really proud of this episode and we enjoyed the discussion and all that we learned from. The post 3DPOD Episode 20: Ty. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing DMLS laser beam powder bed fusion open additive podcast podcasts powder bed sls

3DEXPERIENCE WORLD 2020, a non-comprehensive look

SolidWorks Legion

So, technically and actually, everyone that attended 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 has attended every 3DEXPERIENCE World conference! Isn’t that awesome? A fresh start! Or is it? SOLIDWORKS World‘s new skin, or something more? What really changed?

Fastest High-precision 3D Printer

3D Printing Progress

3D printers working in the millimeter range and larger are increasingly used in industrial production processes. Many applications, however, require precise printing on the micrometer scale at a far higher speed

The Smithsonian's 3D Printable Library


Partially 3D printing Mammoth skeleton from the Smithsonian [Source: Fabbaloo]. Read the whole entry. » » service

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I Have Questions About Volumetric 3D Printing


View of Readily3D’s volumetric 3D printer, with illuminated build chamber in the center [Source: Readily3D]. Read the whole entry. » » printer

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High Speed Micro-Voxel 3D Printing Achieved


A complex design for a parallel two-photon laser 3D printing system [Source: Wiley]. Read the whole entry. » » research

Barry Callebaut Opens Chocolate 3D Printing Service


A new chocolate 3D printing service [Source: Barry Callebaut]. One of the. Read the whole entry. » » service

Design Of The Week: Termite Economies


Termite Economies: Phase 2 (Metabolic Shift) by Australian artist Nicholas Mangan. Read the whole entry. » » design