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Drug Response Testing: Bioprinting Scaffold-Free Cardiac Constructs

3DPrint.com

Researchers have come together to make improvements in cardiac medicine, releasing the details of a recent study in “Drug response analysis for scaffold-free cardiac constructs fabricated using. View the entire article via our website.

University of Minnesota researchers use motion capture technology to 3D print sensors directly onto expanding organs 

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from the University of Minnesota have devised a novel method of deploying Hollywood-esque motion capture technology to assist the 3D printing of sensors onto organs that expand and contract.

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3D-Printed Bike Saddle

Wohlers Talk

On June 3, 2020, Specialized announced the commercial availability of the first 3D-printed cycling saddle, the S-Works Power Saddle with Mirror Technology. A major part of the saddle is crafted with technology from Silicon Valley-based Carbon.

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Eco Friendly Product Packaging — Paper Pulp

3D Innovations

Eco friendly packaging, especially paper pulp, has made great strides as we all look to shrink our environmental footprint. Paper pulp is made from recycled paper and/or cardboard and is an eco friendly material option for various packaging needs.

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.

NP Swabs Prove 3D Printing’s Scalability and Speed-to-Market Advantages

3DPrint.com

A year ago, if you would have asked anyone in our industry what they thought might be a future killer application, it’s highly doubtful that anyone would have replied with, The post NP Swabs. View the entire article via our website.

Treating bomb injuries in Syria with 3D printed ‘bone brick’

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from the University of Manchester have developed a simple and cheap method for repairing broken limbs using 3D printed “bone brick”, in response to the need for urgent medical care in Syrian refugee camps. With thousands of Syrian refugees suffering from horrific blast injuries after being hit by barrel bombs and other explosives in […].

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The Long-Term Impact of COVID-19 on Production Manufacturing

3D Innovations

Production manufacturing will never again look like it did before COVID-19. If there is one thing that history has taught us, it’s that short-term interruptions lead to long-term fundamental shifts. Never before has global manufacturing been halted simultaneously.

Bioengineer Jordan Miller: Clinical Trials for 3D-Printed Organ Replacements Could Start in 5 to 10 Years

3DPrint.com

In 2001, at a talk by MIT professor of polymer science and engineering Ioannis Yannas, Jordan Miller discovered his vocation. A renowned expert on fibers and polymers at MIT, Yannas. The post. View the entire article via our website.

This robotic sloth with 3D printed parts is helping to conserve the Atlanta Botanical Garden

3D Printing Industry

In the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia, visitors over the next several months will be treated to the peculiar sight of a sloth robot on a mission to save some of the world’s most endangered species.

Introducing a new Workshop to solve your SOLIDWORKS Large Assembly and Drawing Issues

Javelin Tech Tips

Are you experiencing SOLIDWORKS Large Assembly performance issues? We want to help you minimize your SOLIDWORKS Assembly opening time, reduce lag, and maximize efficiency with our new online workshop.

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Choosing the Right Cloud PLM (buyer’s guide)

Tech Clarity

What do manufacturers need to know when they select a cloud Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution? Although manufacturers have started to adopt cloud solutions for many aspects of their business, PLM has lagged behind.

Bioprinting a Healthier Future

3DPrint.com

The unquestionably exciting field of 3D bioprinting is booming. It’s vibrant, determined, and sustained by a robust foundation of decades of research. Bioprinted organs aren’t yet being transplanted. View the entire article via our website.

Queensland University researchers challenge accuracy of FDM 3D printed medical models 

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology have released a study that challenges the Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) 3D printing process behind the production of anatomical medical reconstructions.

Surprising Ways a Healthcare Department Can Use 3D Printing

Modern Tech

3D printing has been in use in the medical industry for years. Most people have seen prosthetics that have been 3D printed.

30 on 3D: Sectioning Parts In Materialise Magics – Part Two

Purple Platypus

In this edition of 30 on 3D, Senior R&D Engineer, Peter Montgomery, explains how to use advanced sectioning features in Materialise Magics. If you missed the previous episode, where we explain how to use the basic sectioning tool in Magics, be sure to check it out prior to watching this video.

Improving Forensic Analysis of Skull Fragments with 3D Imaging and FDM

3DPrint.com

A recent study, conducted by researchers Amber Collings and Katherine Brown at Teeside University in the U.K., analyzed the suitability of specific 3D scanning and modeling techniques in a. View the entire article via our website.

Austrian researchers release free automated design software to produce 3D printable cranial implants

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from the Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) and the Medical University of Graz in Austria, have devised an automated system for cranial implant (or cranioplasty) design.

Will Machine Learning Will Replace Designers?

The Solidworks Blog

Theoretically speaking, humans learn through past experiences (granted, not always the case, but we have the capacity). Essentially that’s what machine learning algorithms do. Consider the smart assistants powered by artificial intelligence (AI) on smartphones or in living rooms or kitchens.

BattleBots Team HyperShock Prepares to Dominate the Battle Arena With Purpose-Built Xometry Parts

Xometry

Hypershock used Xometry’s CNC machining, urethane casting, and 3D printing services to build this season’s BattleBot. The team is positioned to succeed with a robot made up of precision parts

Peter Naftaliev Lecture Series on Learning on How to Go from 2D to 3D with Machine Learning

3DPrint.com

Peter Naftaliev is an artificial intelligence (AI) researcher and consultant who is working in making 2D into 3D. Besides work for his company Abelians, he also publishes breakthrough research. View the entire article via our website.

Customized production in the packaging industry with Stratasys 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Marchesini Group S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer of automated packaging machinery, has adopted an entirely customized production business model using Stratasys 3D printing technology.

How to Go from Product Designer to Business Owner [Podcast]

The Solidworks Blog

“ Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”. Steve Jobs. Do you love what you do?

Our SOLIDWORKS Advanced Update Training Course has been Updated!

Javelin Tech Tips

Our SOLIDWORKS Advanced Update Training Course has been recently updated to include new best practices and features included with the latest release of SOLIDWORKS.

Progress in 3D Printing Microelectromechanical Systems

3DPrint.com

Tomasz Blachowicz and Andrea Ehrmann, from the Silesian University of Technology in Poland and Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in Germany, respectively, have released the details of their. View the entire article via our website.

Scientists investigate directly 3D printing tissues within the body using robotics

3D Printing Industry

A group of researchers from the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, Ohio State University and Pennsylvania State University have developed a specially-formulated bio-ink designed for 3D bioprinting tissue directly in the body. The team embarked upon the project in order to overcome the drawbacks of in vitro tissue engineering procedures, which poses increased risks to […].

Building Your Electrical Parts Library: Classifications

Modern Tech

SOLIDWORKS Electrical uses libraries to keep data in a centralized area for access during the design process. It will assist with keeping data organized and aids designers when searching for a specific piece of data.

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Advancing SOLIDWORKS Simulation Capabilities Using SIMULIAworks

The Solidworks Blog

These are exciting times on the simulation front at Dassault Systèmes (DS). Working at SOLIDWORKS for the last 10 years, we’ve been validating designs with SOLIDWORKS Simulation, which comes in three different packages: Standard, Professional, and Premium.

Argonne Scientist Talks Recycling Nuclear Fuel with 3D Printing

3DPrint.com

In 1989, during a hearing before the United States Subcommittee on Transportation and Hazardous Materials, a woman by the name of Millie Smith disclosed that she was one of 20,000. The post. View the entire article via our website.

REJOINT is developing knee replacements with additive manufacturing and artificial intelligence

3D Printing Industry

REJOINT, an Italian medical implant manufacturer, is introducing mass customization and therapy personalization through a combination of additive manufacturing technology with artificial intelligence.

State of 3D Printing 2020 focus: 3D Printing job-market

Sculpteo

Years have gone by since 3D printing made its de […]. The post State of 3D Printing 2020 focus: 3D Printing job-market appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Building Your Electrical Parts Library: Organization

Modern Tech

As we've been exploring how to build a better electrical parts library in SOLIDWORKS Electrical , we've looked at set up of libraries, classification and how to import external or custom data.

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Julia Körner’s 3D-Printed Setae Jacket Inspired by Butterfly Wings

3DPrint.com

The delicate wings of a butterfly have inspired a great deal of 3D-printed innovations, such as stronger structures for electronics and ultra lightweight geometries for better load bending, unique. View the entire article via our website.

3D printed tooling provided by BCN3D brings time and cost savings to Tecalum Industrial

3D Printing Industry

Spanish industrial metals manufacturer Tecalum Industrial has credited the adoption of 3D printed tooling provided by BCN3D systems, for delivering “remarkable” time and cost savings to its business.

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Using Symmetry in your SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Studies

Javelin Tech Tips

The size of your SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation studies can be drastically reduced by using symmetry to simplify the study. Symmetric studies saves you time and resources by reducing mesh generation. SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation creates mirrored results for symmetric studies.

Building Your Electrical Parts Library: Importing Data

Modern Tech

SOLIDWORKS Electrical comes with a huge default library of common parts right out of the box, which is very helpful in getting started right away. However, there could come a time where you will need to expand this library with more parts that better fit your project needs.

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Replacement Parts for Assault Amphibious Vehicle 3D Printed with HP’s Metal Jet

3DPrint.com

In 2018, HP announced that it was entering the metal side of the additive marketing industry with the introduction of its Metal Jet technology. While Metal Jet has been used. The post Replacement. View the entire article via our website.

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