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3D printed dental abutments remedy infectious oral diseases

3D Printing Industry

Austria-based oral implantologist, researcher and inventor Dr. Mario Kern has developed the Extended Anatomic Platform (EAP), a patented process for creating metal 3D printed dental abutments. An abutment is used as a connecting element for bridges, denture, and implants.

Podcast: Inspiring our Future Problem Solvers with Dean Kamen

The Solidworks Blog

If you are a science & technology fan, Dean Kamen could be your modern-day Thomas Edison, but maybe… his name doesn’t ring a bell for you… Dean is a celebrity to countless teenagers and twenty-somethings, but he doesn’t have a YouTube channel or smash hit on iTunes or a reality show.

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Researchers Create Fuzzy Like PI Controller to Control FFF 3D Printer Extruder and Bed Heaters

I learn all kinds of interesting things writing about 3D printing every day. Much to my chagrin, today I learned that a fuzzy print controller is not actually fuzzy or furry. For those of you who are. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories Science & Technology 3d printer extruder algorithms Arduino Nano controller experimentation fff 3d printing fused filament fabrication heated bed heating research paper

GE Additive Education Program Open for Entries From Primary and Secondary Schools

Additive Manufacturing

Global program to date has donated over 1,400 polymer 3D printers to 1,000 schools in 30 countries, providing access to technology and curriculum to more than 500,000 students.

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.

Harvard 3D bioprinting research mimics kidney function like never before

3D Printing Industry

Scientists working with the award winning Lewis Lab at Harvard University have made a significant advancement in the development of 3D bioprinted kidney models.

SOLIDWORKS xDesign Now Supports 3Dconnexion Space Mouse Devices

The Solidworks Blog

Back at SOLIDWORKS World 2019 attendees visiting our Partner Pavilion were able to experience SOLIDWORKS xDesign using 3Dconnexion ’s SpaceMouse® Pro Wireless and SpaceMouse® Wireless CAD mice, both offering the finest in 3D navigation.

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Robots could bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.

Design 2 Part News

By Robert Dalheim, Woodworking Network. How could robots potentially bring jobs back to the U.S.? If American companies invest in them. Industrial automation robots improve factory productivity, maximize repeatability, drastically reduce errors, and lower long-term costs.

3D printing helps complex surgery and medical education at UC David Health

3D Printing Industry

UC Davis Health’s surgeons are using 3D printing to assist them in complex surgical procedures. Part of the University of California, Davis, the faculty believes that in the long term this technology will remove barriers to understanding in medical surgery and medical education.

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How SOLIDWORKS Helps Defenture with Military Precision

The Solidworks Blog

[link]. There’s off-road and then there’s really off-road. Military vehicles know the latter. They need to navigate the toughest terrain any combat zone has to offer, offering up a level of manoeuvrability that surpasses any commercially available mode of transport.

Bionic Scooter Frame 3D Printed Out of Stainless Steel Powder

Last summer, my husband and I took a vacation with his family to Tybee Island, which is about 18 miles east of Savannah, Georgia and a total of just 3.2 square miles. We all knew that parking would. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories Metal 3D Printing 3d printed frames 3d printed prototype 3d printed scooter Czech Republic International Engineering Fair metal powder 3d printing Renishaw scooter stainless steel 3d printing

Reverse Engineering using an Artec 3D Scanner with SOLIDWORKS

Javelin Tech Tips

Do you need to tweak a critical component but have no CAD data or drawings? Has one of your machine parts been discontinued? Discover the power of reverse engineering using an Artec 3D Scanner and SOLIDWORKS ! Portable handheld scanners can be used anywhere to capture the specific data you need.

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Fictiv secures $33 million in Series C funding round to transform digital manufacturing

3D Printing Industry

California-based on-demand manufacturing platform, Fictiv, has received $33 million in Series C funding. The latest funding will be used to automate the manufacturing workflow.

How SOLIDWORKS DFMXPress Can Save You Time, Money and Your Sanity

The Solidworks Blog

Every successful manufacturer can share a horror story (or two) about a product that looked great in design but took a turn for the worst when dealing with the hard realities of the manufacturing process.

Interlayer Adhesion Improvements for 3D Construction Printing

Interlayer adhesion is a common problem that users often battle in 3D printing, and Swinburne University of Technology researchers Taylor Marchment, Jay Sanjayan, and Ming Xia address the topic. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printed Architecture 3D Printing 3d printing analysis 3d printing research Swinburne University of Technology

Wondering how to 3D print faster? With light!


Additive Manufacturing is the perfect solution for low- […]. The post Wondering how to 3D print faster? With light! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Pixologic releases ZBrush 2019 for 3D sculpting

3D Printing Industry

Pixologic, Inc., an LA-based maker of graphics software for film and game industry, has released ZBrush 2019. The new version of the digital sculpting tool comes with a bag of new features for artists, graphic designers, and illustrators.

Reminiscing on the History of SOLIDWORKS Worlds

The Solidworks Blog

On the flight back home from Dallas after SOLIDWORKS World 2019 I reminisced about attending my first World in 1999 as a new SOLIDWORKS employee. Attending World was a completely new experience for me and I didn’t realize at the time what an event it would become.

Researcher Presents Case Study on Partially 3D Printed Lace-Like Dress

Lace isn’t just for wedding dresses or your grandmother’s doilies anymore, especially not when 3D printing is involved. Researcher Lushan Sun recently presented her case study about a 3D. View the entire article via our website.

People, profit and planet

3D Perspectives

definition of sustainability: meet present needs without compromising future needs. -UN UN World Commission on Environment and Development. .

3D Printing News Sliced: 3D Systems, Digital Metal, XJet, Makerbot

3D Printing Industry

In this edition of the 3D Printing Industry news digest Sliced we see upcycled, 3D printed food; 3D printed improvements to the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber; upgraded cobots; custom fit footwear and more.

How can we use 3d printing for telecommunication?


Telecommunication is all around us, from our pho […]. The post How can we use 3d printing for telecommunication? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Research Group Creates 3D Printed Sensor that Changes Color When Exposed to Wet Conditions

A collaborative group of scientists from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, the Institute for Materials. View the entire article via our website.

Unlocking nature’s secrets with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform

3D Perspectives

In the Swedish city of Lund, one of the largest science infrastructure projects in the world is under construction: the European Spallation Source (ESS).

RIT and Autodesk agree university-wide software expansion

3D Printing Industry

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in New York has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with award-winning 3D software company Autodesk.

Top Ten Signs You’ve Outgrown Your PDM System (webcast)

Tech Clarity

How can manufacturers tell when they’ve outgrown their Product Data Management system? What should they look for to replace it? Join Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown and PTC‘s Mark Lobo as they help companies navigate this all-too-common scenario.

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Custom 3D Printed Ocular Prosthetics: Through A Semi Automated Fabrication Process

In a previous post we mentioned the work of a team from the Severance Hospital South Korea on ocular prostheses. Led by Professor Yoon Jin-sook and working together with artificial eye maker Baik. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing Science & Technology 3D printed ocular prosthesis eyeball ocular prosthetics ocularists prosthetics

CNC Machining For Precious Metal Jewelry

3E Rapid Prototyping

Precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum form a major cornerstone of many products. While they serve as core components for electronics, energy creation and the automotive industry, they are most popular in the production of jewelry and accessories.

Renishaw 3D printed medical device breaks ground in Parkinson’s Drug Trial

3D Printing Industry

Renishaw additive manufacturing has played a pivotal role in the recent clinical trial of an experimental treatment for Parkinson’s Disease. Documented in a two part-series produced by the BBC titled The Parkinson’s Drug Trial: A Miracle Cure? this trial includes the novel development of 3D printed medical device capable of delivering drugs directly to affected parts of the […].

The World at Your Fingertips: Ola Shekhtman’s Cityscape Ring Collection

Shapeways Blog

Ola Shekhtman, 3D designer and owner of Wearable Cityscapes. Meet Ola Shekhtman. Ola Shekhtman is a 3D designer, jewelry maker, and avid traveler who uses 3D printing to realize her most worldly ambitions.

3D Printed Splints & Braces: Just As Effective & Comfortable, Cheaper & Faster to Make

University of Nebraska researcher James Pierce has delved further into the potential for 3D printed assistive devices in ‘Efficacy of Assistive Devices Produced with Additive Manufacturing.’ View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d printed assistive devices 3d printed cast 3d printed medical devices 3D printed splint University of Nebraska

GE Additive – How Additive is Helping Innovators Transform Dental implantology

Additive Manufacturing

Customer Story from GE Additive. March 7, 2019 – Leading oral implantologist, researcher and inventor Prof. Dr. Mario Kern is launching his Extended Anatomic Platform at the IDS show this month. GE Additive’s dental hybrid solution has been integral in developing Prof.

E3D releases SuperVolcano 3D printer hotend upgrade

3D Printing Industry

Award winning OEM E3D Online has launched the SuperVolcano 3D printer. An update in the company’s Volcano series, launched in 2014, the SuperVolcano is designed to address slow print times of large scale 3D printers. Compared to standard E3D V6 hotends, this new toolhead has a volumetric throughput up to 11 times higher. The hotend can also […]. 3D Printers 3D Benchy E3D E3D Online Hotend SuperVolcano V6

SOLIDWORKS Keyboard Shortcuts

DASI Solutions

We’ve compiled the most useful SOLIDWORKS shortcuts into this info graphic. Save the image below for an easily referenced guide to SOLIDWORKS Keyboard Shortcuts! For more time saving SOLIDWORKS tips visit the DASI Youtube, join us for a live Webinar … Continue reading →

Korean Researchers Successfully BioPrint Tissue for Corneas With Transparent Bioink

In ‘Characterization of cornea-specific bioink: high transparency, improved in vivo safety,’ researchers Hyeonji Kim, Moon-Nyeo Park, and Jisoo Kim explore the materials and processes surrounding. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Bioprinting 3d printed cornea bioink bioprinting Co-dECM bioink cornea-specific bioink

Getting started with SOLIDWORKS CAM

Javelin Tech Tips

What is SOLIDWORKS CAM? SOLIDWORKS CAM is a Computer Aided Manufacturing add-in for SOLIDWORKS that allows us to create G/M code for CNC machining our parts. What is special about SOLIDWORKS CAM is that it uses Knowledge Based Machining with Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR).

McLaren Speedtail features 3D printed toolkit from Snap-on

3D Printing Industry

With the launch of the 2019 Geneva Motor Show today, international car manufacturers are showcasing the latest luxury, high-performance vehicles. Among the selection, McLaren Automotive a British automotive manufacturer, is displaying its first ever Hyper-Grand Tourer (GT) luxury automobile, the Speedtail, which features Snap-on’s first built-in 3D printed titanium toolkit. The Speedtail is said to […].