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G-Code Hack for Removing Prints by Make Anything

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Smooth operation eliminates FDM stair-stepping in University of Hamburg study

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at the University of Hamburg in Germany, have proposed a novel way of slicing 3D printed objects to create smoother results. By 3D printing nonplanar layers close to the horizontal, this slicing method removes the stair-stepping effect typical to FDM surfaces.

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The Most Important Part of a Start-Up [Podcast] with Josh Aviv

The Solidworks Blog

Twenty percent of new companies fail in their first year, and only 50 percent survive through their fifth year. So why does everyone want to be an entrepreneur or work for a start-up if so many fail? Maybe a better question is: What is the secret to success for a start-up?

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Developing tomorrow’s talent

3D Perspectives

This article appeared in our 2018 annual report. Click here to read the full document. Bringing together research, teaching, business and the public sector to create a solid base of knowledge and expertise is a crucial part of developing what will be the lifeblood of tomorrow.

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.

Nonplanar Smoothing of 3D Prints

DIY 3D Printing

Project page: [link] Project GitHub: [link]. slic3r smoothing

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Electronic Alchemy develops multi-material electronics 3D printer for NASA

3D Printing Industry

3D printer manufacturer Electronic Alchemy has developed a system capable of additive manufacturing fully functional electronics. Named eForge, NASA intends to use the system during planetary space missions to 3D print chemical sensors on demand.

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Top 5 Ways to Avoid 3D Printing Quality Issues

Modern Tech

Whether using 3D printing for business or for personal projects, nobody wants to have to re-print a part because of a flaw that happened during printing, especially if it could have been easily prevented.

Cool DIY Robot Rover by Saral Tayal

DIY 3D Printing

Instructables page: [link]. 3d printed robot raspberry pi

Harvard and Caltech 3D prints self-folding soft robots inspired by origami

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from Harvard University and the California Institute of Technology have developed origami-inspired soft robotic systems that adopts task-specific configurations on demand.

Reality Check: the Astonishing Future of VR

The Solidworks Blog

What image does the phrase ‘virtual reality’ conjure? Chances are it’s someone in an oversized helmet, clumsily navigating their way through a videogame. Is that right? Well, adjust your expectations. VR has made generational leaps in a very short space of time.

Blueprint Webinar: The Business Case for 3D Printing Spare Parts

3DPrint.com

In the next decade, 3D printing will massively reduce costs and create new revenue opportunities in spare parts businesses. This growth will be driven by 3D printing’s unique ability to. The post. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories Sponsored 3D printed spare parts 3D Printing consultancy 3D printing consultants 3d printing spare parts 3D printing webinar Blueprint Spare Parts 3D spare parts 3d printing

DIY 3D Printed Otoscope

DIY 3D Printing

Project GitHub: [link]. medical applications of 3d printing medicine optics

U.S. Army awards Rowan University $14.5M to develop cold spray additive manufacturing

3D Printing Industry

Rowan University, New Jersey has received $14.5 million from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to develop cold spray additive manufacturing (CSAM).

Building Your Own Personal CNC Machine: A Three-Part YouTube Adventure

The Solidworks Blog

We all have our day jobs, right? Balancing your full-time time gig with your family, friends, and that CNC table you’re making from scratch… it can be tough. Wait, what?!

Singapore Researchers 3D Print Beak for Great Hornbill at Jurong Bird Park

3DPrint.com

While the medical field serves humans with a wide variety of new technologies and techniques, much of this is not lost on the veterinary aspect either; after all, animals also. The post Singapore. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printed bird prosthetic 3D printed veterinary prosthetic

3D Printing Factory in Container Box by Nokia

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3D printed orthotics company Andiamo named London’s most innovative tech firm

3D Printing Industry

Andiamo, a UK-based medtech company specializing in 3D printed orthotics, has been crowned London’s most innovative tech company. It was voted to first place in the inaugural London Tech 50, a ranking of the city’s most exciting technology companies. The list is established by BusinessCloud, a business tech media company headquartered in Manchester. Voters and […].

Five Ways Engineering Students Can Enhance Their Resumes

The Solidworks Blog

If you have an eye for detail and passion for computer-aided design (CAD), there are a lot of great jobs out there for you! But, as with most careers, landing your first job out of school can be a daunting challenge.

UK Heart Patient Undergoes Rare Surgery for 3D Printed Titanium Sternum

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A Fleetwood, Lancashire woman in the UK is enjoying better health today, able to perform daily tasks at home, not flinching when she coughs or sneezes—but best of all, she. The post UK Heart. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing 3D printed implant 3D printed implant surgery 3d printed medical device 3d printed sternum metal 3d printing University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

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Revolutionizing Supply Chains With 3D Printing

Shapeways Blog

We already know that 3D printing is a game changer. Additive technology not only allows previously unmakable products to be built in a matter of hours; it also allows them to be built anywhere in the world.

UCLA granted $1.5 million to develop eco-friendly 3D printable concrete

3D Printing Industry

Engineers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop environmentally-friendly 3D printable concrete. As the most popular construction material in the world, developing a more sustainable alternative to concrete, and being apply to apply it with new technology-driven methods, could help […]. Construction Mathieu Bauchy National Science Foundation University of California Los Angeles

Top of the 3D printing benefits for small businesses

Sculpteo

Using 3D printing can be a great asset for your busines […]. The post Top of the 3D printing benefits for small businesses appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo. Innovation & Business strategy

Medical Startup axial3D Raises U$S 3 Million To Expand To New Markets

3DPrint.com

Current 3D printing technologies are helping surgeons and patients achieve more predictable surgical planning, diminish operating time, reduce costs, and especially when it comes to complex anatomies. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed anatomical models Axial3D Belfast Medical startup medtech patient-specific printing series a funding

Introducing CAMWorks ShopFloor

Modern Tech

CAMWorks is known for their CNC software for machine tools and was the first to be awarded SOLIDWORKS Certified Gold Product for manufacturing and CAM software. CAMWorks recently released ShopFloor which is the latest Industry 4.0/Smart Manufacturing tool made for the CNC machinist.

Researchers create free-form tissue structures with volumetric 3D bioprinting process

3D Printing Industry

A team from the University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht and École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, have developed a volumetric 3D bioprinting process inspired by visible light projection that creates free-form tissue structures. As stated by the study published in Advanced Materials, current bioprinting is based on layer?by?layer layer deposition and assembly of repetitive building […].

Combining 3D Manufacturing & Traditional Manufacturing for Success

3D Innovations

In recent years the conversation around 3D manufacturing and traditional manufacturing methods has shifted—no longer are these viewed as competitors, but instead as complimentary manufacturing methods.

Controlling Porosity in 3D Printing with Activated Carbon

3DPrint.com

Researchers are getting even more in-depth with the study of materials and 3D printing with metal in the recently published, ‘Activated Carbon in the Third Dimension—3D Printing of a Tuned. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printed turned carbon 3D printing porosity sla 3d printing

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Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Using SOLIDWORKS (Part Two)

Modern Tech

In our previous blog post, our software team shared with you some of the most useful tips they wished they knew when they started using SOLIDWORKS.

UK patient becomes sixth person in the world fitted with 3D printed rib cage implant

3D Printing Industry

Surgeons at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, UK, have fitted a 3D printed sternum implant in a patient to help repair their breastbone. Linda Edwards, a 52-year-old mental health support worker from Fleetwood, Lancashire, suffered from a collapsed breastbone following complications in a previous surgery. She was told, shortly after, that it could not be […]. Medical & Dental Ehab Bishay Linda Edwards Queen Elizabeth Hospital

All you need to know about our metal 3D printing service

Sculpteo

Are you looking for a good and reliable metal 3D printi […]. The post All you need to know about our metal 3D printing service appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Carnegie Mellon: Optimizing Soft Materials 3D Printing With Machine Learning

3DPrint.com

While 3D printing soft materials, such as silicone or proteins, offers many advantages, it also introduces many new and complicated variables to consider when creating a new part. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3D printing algorithm 3d printing research Ansatz AI Carnegie Mellon School of Engineering Carnegie Mellon University FRE process Hierarchical Machine Learning Newell Washburn

Customize Your Mouse Buttons in SOLIDWORKS

Modern Tech

A very powerful tool in SOLIDWORKS which can easily be customized is Mouse Gestures. Mouse Gestures provide shortcuts for up to 12 customizable commands using only a single right-click and drag motion.

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Northrop Grumman tests reliability of Optomec’s Aerosol Jet Printing in semiconductor fabrication

3D Printing Industry

A team from global defense company Northrop Grumman has conducted a study with metal additive manufacturing specialist Optomec’s Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP) technology. Researchers have demonstrated a new method of using AJP to fabricate interconnects on semiconductor chips.

Skin Microbiome: Bolstering Host Immunity

BIS Research

Since 2011, there has been an increasing interest among the healthcare community in understanding the effects established by a microbiome upon a host.

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3D Printing & Digital Fabrication to Play a Significant Role in World Sustainability

3DPrint.com

While sustainability for the future is a fascinating subject, it is also a critical one as we must do our best to help those currently in need in developing countries, The post 3D Printing & View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printing in sustainability Design for Social Sustainability DfSSS global sustainability humanitarian sustainability sustainable

The Most Important Part of a Start-Up [Podcast] with Josh Aviv

The Solidworks Blog

Twenty percent of new companies fail in their first year, and only 50 percent survive through their fifth year. So why does everyone want to be an entrepreneur or work for a start-up if so many fail? Maybe a better question is: What is the secret to success for a start-up?

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