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Startup Legendary Vish Wants to 3D Print Salmon and Tuna Filets

The food 3D printing segment is beginning to transform what we eat using a fraction of the resources that the food industry tends to demand. One of the most interesting. The post Startup Legendary. View the entire article via our website.

Canadian researchers become the first to evaluate Ti-5553 alloy for 3D printed bone implants

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from Ontario-based Mohawk College and McMaster University have become the first to investigate the suitability of a titanium alloy, Ti-5553, for 3D printed bone implants.

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Editing STL Mesh Files in SOLIDWORKS

Modern Tech

Have you ever needed to make a modification to an STL file but didn’t have the ability to directly edit the mesh? Using SOLIDWORKS 2020, you can now directly add or remove features just as you would on a solid body model.

TESLA replaces flawed car components using 3D Printing


Released last year, the Tesla Model Y is a 100% […]. The post TESLA replaces flawed car components using 3D Printing appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

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.

Tongo’s WoeLab Has Produced Over 20 3D Printers Made From E-Waste

Seven years after Afate Gnikou, an inventor working in a Tongolese maker space created Africa’s first 3D printer from e-waste, the piqued interest in this innovative construction led to. View the entire article via our website.

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US Air Force produces on-demand surgical retractor using 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

A research team from the US Air Force (UAF) has successfully produced a surgical retractor using 3D printing.

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Avoid 5 CAD Design Time Wasters (eBook)

Tech Clarity

How can companies improve data management to avoid the five most common CAD design time wasters and win the engineering productivity challenge? Improving design data management maturity, enabled by PDM and PLM solutions, helps reduce non-value-added time and increase engineering productivity.

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3D Printing and COVID-19, April 28, 2020 Update

Companies, organizations and individuals continue to attempt to lend support to the COVID-19 pandemic supply effort. We will be providing regular updates about these initiatives where necessary in an. View the entire article via our website.

Recreus launches new ‘easy print’ polypropylene filament

3D Printing Industry

Spanish feedstock manufacturer Recreus has launched its latest thermoplastic filament – PP3D (polypropylene). The notoriously difficult-to-print-with material includes a primer which is to be applied to the print bed before every print.

World IP Day 2020 | Shaping the Future Together

3D Innovations

World IP Day is April 26 th and it’s a time to learn about the expansive world of Intellectual Property and how IP shapes the future by encouraging innovation and creativity. This year’s theme for World IP Day is “innovating for a green future”.

Using 3D Scanning for Quality Assurance

Modern Tech

In today’s design and manufacturing world, things are more competitive than ever before. For most companies this means that to stay ahead of the competition, their designs must be perfect, but it also means that the final production quality must be spot on as well to ensure customer satisfaction.

Virgin Orbit’s Kevin Zagorski: “AM is the Future of how Rockets will be Designed and Built”

A rocket launched from Earth needs to reach a speed of at least 7.9 kilometers per second to get to space. That’s 20 times the speed of sound and six. The post Virgin Orbit’s Kevin. View the entire article via our website.

ExOne and University of Pittsburgh produce promising reusable respirators using 3D printed metal filters

3D Printing Industry

Leading sand and metal binder jet 3D printer manufacturer ExOne and the University of Pittsburgh are working together to develop reusable metal filters that fit into plastic respirator cartridges.

COVID-19, Simulation and Computational Fluid Dynamics

The Solidworks Blog

The 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected everyone in the world, with ramifications in our public health, prosperity and beyond. There are so many lessons we can draw. I will focus on two: Science and Simulation on the one hand, and Community and Collaboration on the other.

3D Printing Medical Products – Making The Impossible Possible

Shapeways Blog

When it comes to application-specific 3D printing, the medical industry presents unique challenges and benefits. Few other areas of manufacturing touch human lives in quite the same way, as the production of medical products directly impacts the quality of life.

Ricoh’s Bioprinting Technology Could Help Improve PCR Testing

Seeking ways to uncover new customer applications in the biomedical field led Japanese multinational imaging and electronics company, Ricoh, to develop a proprietary bioprinting technology that is. View the entire article via our website.

Researchers develop 3D printed triggerable drug delivery system using magnetic field

3D Printing Industry

Researchers in the UK and the U.S. have developed a 3D printed device with a triggerable and remotely controllable system for on-demand drug delivery using an integrated macroscale magnetic field.

The Value of a “Body Double” During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Solidworks Blog

Communication tools are more vital than ever as social distancing and isolation help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Breaking the Mold: How Toolmakers Are Transforming Operations (survey results)

Tech Clarity

What does it take for toolmakers to be competitive? What can mold makers do to improve their business? Tech-Clarity’s eBook, Breaking the Mold: How Toolmakers Are Transforming Operations to Stay Competitive explores these questions. The business of mold making is tough.

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3D Printing News Briefs: April 30, 2020

We’re starting today’s 3D Printing News Briefs talking about some new products – SHINING 3D is announcing its new desktop 3D inspection system, and Recreus has launched a new. View the entire article via our website.

New method created for efficient painting of complex 3D printed objects

3D Printing Industry

Engineers at Rutgers University in New Jersey have developed a new efficient, automated post-processing method for painting complex 3D printed objects. The spray coating process can reach the most inaccessible areas of a component.

Introducing the Stratasys J55: Ideas Spun to Life

Modern Tech

As a leader in the 3D printing industry, Stratasys is continuously improving their product portfolio and technologies to provide you the best solutions available in the market. It has been an exciting few months for their PolyJet J-series of printers, and it continues to get better.

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Stratasys Introduces Full-Color, Office-Friendly J55 PolyJet 3D Printer

It was only a few months ago that Stratasys introduced its latest PolyJet system, the J826, at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020. This week, it’s unveiling the new J55 3D printer, which. The post. View the entire article via our website.

Protolabs reports financial results for Q1 2020 with COVID-19 response

3D Printing Industry

Minnesota-headquartered on demand digital manufacturing provider Protolabs, Inc. NYSE:PRLB), has announced its financial earnings for the first quarter of 2020. The company’s headline revenue totalled $115.1 million, an increase of 1.5 percent over Q1 2019 where Protolabs reported $113.5

Surface Finishing Using TAF Technology

Modern Tech

Surface finishing is the final step in producing a part t o ensure it looks as close as possible to the intended design. There are multiple ways to finish a part and most require extensive manual labor and harsh chemicals to acquire that perfect finish.

Perform Abaqus High-End Simulations from Home with Structural Mechanics Engineer

The Solidworks Blog

With the new SIMULIAworks product family on the cloud-based 3D EXPERIENCE® platform, we keep expanding the simulation possibilities for SOLIDWORKS® users to solve any finite element analysis (FEA) problem with confidence.

TissueLabs: New 3D Printing Platform Free to Researchers Studying COVID-19

There are very few certainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic that began earlier this year. Despite multiple estimates, no one can really pin a date to the pandemic’s end, or how. View the entire article via our website.

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UCLA researchers develop a more efficient method of 3D printing electronics

3D Printing Industry

A substantially faster means of producing 3D printed electronics has been devised by a team of researchers from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). The new approach is nearly five times quicker than conventional techniques and has the potential to expand the applications of additive manufacturing in consumer electronics such as advanced prosthetics, metamaterials, […].

3D Printing in the Toy and Games Industries

3E Rapid Prototyping

The ability of 3D printing to easily create figurines, models and plastic electronic casings has been a massive boon to the toys and games industries.

Lighten your Components by over 50 Percent with Topology Optimization in SOLIDWORKS Simulation

The Solidworks Blog

CAD-embedded Simulation drives Innovation. CAD-embedded Simulation tools, such as SOLIDWORKS Simulation, allows designers and engineers to use Virtual Prototyping early in the design process.

3D Printing and COVID-19, April 30, 2020 Update

Companies, organizations and individuals continue to attempt to lend support to the COVID-19 pandemic supply effort. We will be providing regular updates about these initiatives where necessary in an. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing boeing coronavirus covid-19 covid19 lithoz

Dr. Adrian Bowyer releases proposal for continuous unattended 3D printing system

3D Printing Industry

Adrian Bowyer, the founder of RepRap, made a blog post on his website earlier this week detailing the design of a solenoid bed heater for use with FDM 3D printers. The British engineer wanted to get the idea out to prevent others from patenting it, explaining that he “thought it was so obvious that someone […]. Design Adrian Bowyer Chris Palmer Josef Prusa RepRap

How to prevent a user from accidentally moving a folder in a SOLIDWORKS PDM Vault

Javelin Tech Tips

Is there a setting in SOLIDWORKS PDM to prevent a user from accidentally moving a folder in a vault? The following steps can be used to prevent a user from accidentally moving a folder in the vault because of a ‘lack of permission’ by disabling the ‘Move folder’ privilege.

Custom-Engineered / ETO Products (survey invitation)

Tech Clarity

How do leading companies bring custom-engineered products to market? For this survey, “custom-engineered products” are defined as those that require engineering in the quote, proposal, and/or fulfillment processes. They include highly variable products that are designed to customer specifications.

3D Printing and COVID-19: Reusable Metal Filters Being Tested by ExOne

There is a flurry of industrial additive manufacturing (AM) activity in response to the medical supply shortages caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, with some work being directed toward what may. View the entire article via our website.

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