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NERA 3D Printed Electrical Motorcycle

DIY 3D Printing

Project description: BigRep's NOWlab built an electric motorcycle that, excluding the electrical components, consists purely of 3D printed parts. The e-bike, NERA, was designed by Marco Mattia Cristofori and Maximilian Sedlak and NOWlab's co-founder, Daniel Büning, directed the project.

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How 3D printing is helping arthritis patients

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from Michigan Technological University (MTU) and Finland’s Aalto University, have created 3D printed adaptive aids to support people suffering from arthritis. In a study published in MDPI, Professor Joshua M.

Where Dreams Take Flight—Designing Clean, Energy-Efficient Aircrafts with SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

An aviation enthusiast since he was young, Mr. Jettanakorn Pengsiri, founder of JFox Aircraft Co., in Thailand, had always dreamt of building an aircraft of his own and taking to the skies.

The Most Versatile 3D Printing Solution for Personalized Medicine Is Now Validated with an FDA Cleared Software

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

As we have highlighted in this blog time and again, surgeons are moving beyond the limitations of two-dimensional images on a screen to achieve the goal of personalized patient care.

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.

How to design 3d printable parts that don't need supports

DIY 3D Printing

Angus from Maker's Muse YouTube channel has created another great tutotrial on how to design parts that don't need supports. cad how to support material tutorial

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Top 10 of the best 3D printing prototypes


Additive Manufacturing has numerous applications […]. The post Top 10 of the best 3D printing prototypes appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Make a Better Electrical Connection with SOLIDWORKS PDM

The Solidworks Blog

As electrical system designers work on an electrical project, it is critical to collaborate and share pertinent data while still maintaining project integrity and accuracy. Electrical designers can take advantage of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional to meet these needs.

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Two useful DIY tools: 3D printable cordless screwdriver and small disc sander

DIY 3D Printing

Cordless 3D Printed Screwdriver Project page: [link] Files are on Thingiverse: [link] Mini disc sander made from MDF on laser cutter Thingivers files: [link]. arduino diy laser cutter tool tools

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Skubot to launch 3D scanning powered automated part finder

3D Printing Industry

Skubot, a 3D scanner manufacturer based in South Carolina, is to unveil two new 3D scanning and part identification systems at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019, held in Las Vegas between 8-12 January.

Best 3D printers 2018: What are the main trends?


3D printing technology is constantly evolving and new 3 […]. The post Best 3D printers 2018: What are the main trends? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo. 3D Printers, materials and technologies

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Top Ten List: Now Open for Voting

The Solidworks Blog

On behalf of SOLIDWORKS team, thank you to everyone for ideas submitted to the SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Top Ten List. We are happy to see that even though the idea submissions window was a little shorter this year, the number of submissions is on par with previous years. This shows a lot of enthusiasm!

Cytosurge 3D Printed Impossible Objects on Microscopic Scales

DIY 3D Printing

Company news release with more details: [link]. industrial 3d printer micro microscope nano nanoparticles

3D printed rib implant saves a life at Tokuda Hospital, Bulgaria

3D Printing Industry

Surgeons at the Tokuda Hospital, Sofia, replaced a tumourous rib with a 3D printed implant to save the life of a patient. The rib bone was printed using a 3DGence printer. Filip Turzy?ski, ski, 3DGence’s Quality Development Manager, said, “Our 3D printers ensure high 3D dimensional accuracy which was crucial in this particular medical procedure. Individually designed […]. Medical & Dental 3dbgprint 3DGence Filip Turzy?ski

Researchers Use 3D Printing to Isolate Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells

Researchers at the University of Girona have successfully isolated stem cells from one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer – using 3D printing. The goal of isolating the cells is to. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories Medical 3D Printing 3d printed scaffolds BCN3D Sigma BCN3D Technologies BCN3D-Cura breast cancer cancer cancer cells University of Girona

6 Things You Didn’t Know About 3D Printing a Woolly Mammoth


Even though they went extinct thousands of years ago, the woolly mammoth still captures our imagination. This summer, our parent company Materialise was faced with the unique challenge of 3D printing a life-size replica of a mammoth for the new city museum of Lier in Belgium.

Balancing Conflicting Design Goals: How to Find an Optimal Design When Facing a Pareto Front

The Solidworks Blog

Life is full of natural opposites: salt and sugar, darkness and light, McClaren and Ferrari. One of their commonalities is that if you strengthen one, you weaken the other. This is an age-old paradox in mechanical engineering as well.

40 3D printing experts, leaders and CEO’s comment on the key events of 2018

3D Printing Industry

The annual 3D Printing Industry review of the year has more insights from additive manufacturing and 3D printing experts than ever. We invited the leaders in our industry to tell us about the most important issues, events, and trends of 2018. Arno Held, Chief Venture Officer, AM Ventures Next to being awarded Investor of the […].

Ultimaker Introduces Early Beta of New User Interface for Cura 4.0 3D Printing Software

For those of you who celebrate Christmas, I hope you’re ready, because it’s almost here! Whether you’re 3D printing some ornaments and other decorations, or taking advantage of a. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Software 3d marketplace 3d printing plugin beta Cura Cura Connect ultimaker Ultimaker Cura user interface workflow

The Robots Are Coming, but Not the Way You Imagined

Design 2 Part News

Industrial robots are driving improvements in productivity, quality, and flexibility that are helping U.S. manufacturers to compete globally. At the same time, they’re spurring the growth of a new ecosystem of jobs, from mechanical design to AI-based computer vision.

Battle of software: Blender vs Maya


Today we carry on with our battle of software! I […]. The post Battle of software: Blender vs Maya appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

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How to get a job in 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Wondering how to get a job in 3D printing? The additive manufacturing industry is a rapidly growing sector where demand for skilled professionals is increasing. Additive manufacturing careers include engineers, software developers, material scientists and a wide range of business support functions including sales, marketing and other specialisms. This guide, together with our 3D Printing […]. Jobs 3D printing jobs

Penn State Researchers 3D Print Porous Tissues

3D bioprinting still has a lot of issues that need to be worked out before we can see anything like a 3D printed organ transplant. One issue is figuring out how to grow blood vessels in printed or. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d bioprinting 3d printed tissue bioprinting micropores Penn State

Ford Opens $45M Advanced Manufacturing Center

Design 2 Part News

By Jeff Reinke, ThomasNet. Redford, Michigan, is the new home of Ford’s Advanced Manufacturing Center, focused on improving the company’s approach to building cars and trucks.

Designing purpose-driven toys with 3DEXPERIENCE

3D Perspectives

IF WE GIVE ROBOTIC COMPANIONS TO CHILDREN, CAN WE SPARK INTERACTION & MOTIVATION TO LEARN, PLAY & PROGRESS? Autism Spectrum Disorders are pervasive: advocacy organization Autism Speaks estimates as many as one in 59 children are diagnosed with the condition.

Columbia University engineers replicate wood texture using Stratasys J750 3D printer

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at Columbia University, New York has shown a method to replicate the external and internal structure of wood using a 3D printer. With the help of imaging and color and voxel mapping techniques, engineers were able to mimic the unique texture of olive wood. Seeing inside wood Recently, an MIT study showed how a 3D […]. Research 3040T CNC Columbia University Fabian Stute Hod Lipson Joni Mici Lewis Chamberlain Stratasys J750

Interview with Ankit Sahu of India’s Largest 3D Printing Service Bureau: Objectify Technologies

Only a few years ago Ankit Sahu started Objectify Technologies. Over the past years of rapid growth, Objectify has become India’s largest 3D printing service bureau. The company serves the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories 3D design and printing service 3d modeling services 3d print india 3d printer market in India 3D printer services 3d printers in india 3d printing india 3d printing service 3D Printing Services Bureau Aero India objectify

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How Hardware Startups Succeed—Planning & Research

3D Innovations

The month of December is often a quiet time for businesses, and yes, even hardware startups. Right now, businesses everywhere are working to close out 2018, finalizing budgets and forecasts for 2019 as well as taking time off to enjoy the holidays.

ISO 9001-2015 standard: What does it change for you?


Here is some big news for you: At Sculpteo, we recently […]. The post ISO 9001-2015 standard: What does it change for you? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

3D printing news Sliced: the Bloodhound project, Okuma, Stratasys, Nano Dimension

3D Printing Industry

German Researcher Creates 3D Printed Placenta Disks

Did you know that the placenta, connecting a baby to its mother, is an organ? Anna-Elizabeth Kreuder reminds us of this in a recent Ted Talk, while also explaining that she has always had a. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed placenta 4d printing Berlin Technical University bioprinting