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NASA allots $2 million to develop 3D printed multifunctional sensors

3D Printing Industry

NASA scientist Mahmooda Sultana and her team have received $2 million to develop 3D printed multisensor devices for space exploration. Sultana is Associate Branch Head of the Systems Engineering Branch at NASA’s Maryland-based Goddard Space Flight Center.

Concept to Consumer in the Blink of an Eye! SOLIDWORKS Solutions for Additive Manufacturing

The Solidworks Blog

Engineers need to stay on top of the latest design tools to compete in today’s fast paced product development cycles. SOLIDWORKS helps you do just that.

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Benefits and Limitations of 3D Printing Chocolate

Whenever we say chocolate, we immediately start wanting to eat some. Chocolate has been around for quite a long time, in fact, it is said it has been around since 350 B.C. as cacao beverages or. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printed Food 3D Printing 3d printed chocolate 3d printed food chocolate chocolate 3d printer Chocolate Industry

Transforming Industrial Automation with the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

3D Perspectives

Factory setups can cost millions of dollars, and the most expensive time to fix design errors is after built-out systems physically exist. Canadian-based CenterLine (Windsor) Limited is innovating better ways for manufacturers to reduce costs and accelerate time-to-market.

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.

Luxexcel advances 3D printing technology for ophthalmic lenses

3D Printing Industry

3D printed ophthalmic lens specialist Luxexcel has announced that its proprietary 3D printing technology for optical lenses has advanced from the pilot phase to the printing of commercial lenses.

How Technology is Shaping the Future of Rugby

The Solidworks Blog

Rugby: possibly the most physically demanding of all team contact sports. It’s a dirty and hard scramble to victory that requires a combination of ruthless tactics and brutal tactility. Luckily, technology is on hand to help with the challenge.

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SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Top Ten List

Rants and Raves Without Rhyme or Reason

As it has been for the last few years, announcement of the SOLIDWORKS World Top Ten List results has been relegated to a small breakout session, rather than announced widely on the main stage.

Launcher takes lead in space-race with new largest 3D printed rocket engine

3D Printing Industry

Avid readers will remember news last week that British spaceflight company Orbex had produced the largest, single-piece 3D printed rocket engine in the world. However, just over 7 days since this announcement, American private aerospace company Launcher has emerged to challenge the title.

Jumpstart Your Business with the SOLIDWORKS for Entrepreneurs Program

The Solidworks Blog

Eddy Lin had a crazy idea while hiking the foothills of Los Angeles. Tired of LA’s heavy commuter traffic, Lin began dreaming of building a personal aerial vehicle.

Launcher & AMCM Develop Largest Known 3D Printed DMLS Rocket Engine Part

Launcher and AMCM have just announced successful production of a large single-part 3D printed rocket, now available for direct purchase from aerospace companies. The E-2 liquid rocket engine chamber. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d printed rocket 3D printed single ingle 3d printing aerospace AMCM eos EOS M400 3D printer series Launcher

Stratasys and Materialise Joining Forces to Boost Point-of-Care 3D Printing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

For decades, Medical 3D Printing has been enabling a more personalized approach to patient care. But for decades, it’s been a quiet player on the sidelines, leveraged in relatively few specialties and called on as an additional planning tool for the most complex cases.

E3D Skunkworks releases Pathio, a new slicer for FDM/FFF 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Award winning OEM E3D Online has released its skunkworks slicer Pathio for FDM/FFF 3D printer.

3D Printing in the construction industry Part 2: The Best Projects


Last week we talked a lot about the benefits tha […]. The post 3D Printing in the construction industry Part 2: The Best Projects appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

3D Printing News Briefs: February 22, 2019

We’ve got some exciting dental news to share first in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs – Stratasys just announced its new full-color dental 3D printer at LMT Lab Day. Moving on, View the entire article via our website.

Is 3D Printing Right for Your Project?

3D Innovations

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a technology that has expanded product design possibilities and manufacturing capabilities. While 3D printing can certainly help as you work your way through the product development process, it also has its limitations.

GE Power adds 3D printing lab for Clemson University students

3D Printing Industry

At its Advanced Manufacturing Works (AMW) in Greenville, South Carolina, GE Power has installed three 3D printing machines. These machines are for the use of Clemson University students who can now work side by side with GE engineers at the newly established Advanced Manufacturing Lab. James P.

What is Drone Fishing and How to Get Started

3D Printing Hub

Most people fly drones to take aerial photos and video. Some enjoy the adrenaline-pumping sport of quadcopter racing. There’s another use for these flying robots, and it’s making quite a splash—literally. This page looks at the growing popularity of drone fishing. Yes, you did read that right.

Project Imperial Consortium to Create Large Scale 3D Printer for Zero Gravity

Under contract with the European Space Agency, Athlone Institute of Technology will be creating a new, large-scale 3D printer capable of fabricating parts in a zero-gravity atmosphere. The innovative. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d printing zero gravity AIT ESA Project Imperial space 3d printing

Why More Women Are Needed in Engineering

Modern Tech

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is celebrated on February 21st as part of National Engineer’s Week. This is one day that is devoted to fostering a growing and welcoming environment to encourage girls to pursue careers in engineering.

U.S. Air Force grants Sciperio Phase 2 funding to 3D print phased array antennas

3D Printing Industry

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has awarded Sciperio, a Florida-based research group, Phase II funding to develop 3D printed phased array antennas. Established in 1996, Sciperio is an R&D company specializing in various fields such as bioengineering and wireless communication devices.

Stratasys Brings Full-Color Digital Dental Impressions to Life

Additive Manufacturing

J720 Dental 3D Printer sets new standard in laboratory 3D Printing, combining accuracy, multi-material and full color functionality – at 1.75x throughput.

Mechanical Engineer Makes 95% 3D Printed Autonomous Robotic Lawn Mower

While I do know how to mow my lawn, that’s a job my husband normally takes care of. We like to divide and conquer when it comes to household chores – I do the laundry, he mows the lawn, I. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Robotics 3d printed lawn mower 3D printing DIY projects Arduino autonomous lawn mower maker maker community robot thingiverse

Top 5 3D printed sports safety equipment projects: what is possible?


Done professionally or as a hobby, sports are fun, howe […]. The post Top 5 3D printed sports safety equipment projects: what is possible? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

The best personal 3D printer of 2019? 3D Printing Industry Awards update

3D Printing Industry

The Oscars are upon us, and so are the nominations for the 2019 3D Printing Industry Awards. Thus far, among the 20 categories included, “Personal 3D printer of the year (other)”, has received a variety of non-FFF/FDM desktop systems serving various markets.

How Strong and Flexible is Versatile Plastic?

Shapeways Blog

Have you used Versatile Plastic to make 3D printed prototypes? How about for end-use products? In Part Three of our Material of the Month series, we are going to demonstrate the strength and flexibility of this material. Take a look! 3D printed shock absorber spring shows incredible flexibility.

UK Researchers Inspired by Astrophysics to Improve Imaging for 3D Printed Models

Like cancer, heart disease and the many conditions surrounding it (along with other related systems in the human body) can often cause fatal complications, leading researchers around the world to. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed heart model 3d printed medical models Netfabb northumbria university sla 3d printing slicer

Podcast: Mentoring our future Entrepreneurs

The Solidworks Blog

Millennials. This term can bring many things to mind. On the positive side, Millennials are often known to think outside the box and be more forward thinking. On the negative side some may say Millennials are lazy, narcissistic and prone to jump from job to job.

3D Systems on why medical simulation and 3D printing will mold the physicians of the future

3D Printing Industry

Additive manufacturing and 3D scanning have been increasingly integrated within the healthcare sector. 3D Systems, in particular, has contributed significantly to the advancement of surgical procedures with this technology. Last year, the company, based in Rock Hill, South Carolina, began offering its Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP) technology as well as its range of 3D anatomical […]. Medical & Dental 3D Systems Ran Bronstein RobotiX Mentor Simbionix Stryker Virtual Surgical Planning

Meet the longest 3D printed bridge in the world


In the construction industry, 3D printing is constantly […]. The post Meet the longest 3D printed bridge in the world appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Bioprinting 101: Part 6 – Pluronics

Pluronic F127 Gel We are going to discuss pluronics today. We have covered a couple different materials within our bioprinting series. We will today discuss in this article the different material. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d bioprinting 3d printed biomaterials biomaterials copolymers in vivo stem cells thermodynamics

Running of the Nerds, SolidWorks World 2019

Rants and Raves Without Rhyme or Reason

Watch the mad dash of the most intense SolidWorks uber-nerds into the last SolidWorks World general session ever! SolidWorks nerds solidworks world sww19 Video

U.S. Army acquires Rize One 3D printer for spare parts on-demand

3D Printing Industry

The Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) of the U.S. Army in New Jersey has acquired a Rize One 3D printer for the on-demand manufacturing of spare parts and tools. Rize One was commercially introduced by RIZE, a Massachusetts-based 3D printer manufacturer, in 2017. It uses the company’s proprietary APD technology which combines extrusion […].

Boost your Kickstarter campaign using 3D printing!


Using Kickstarter and Indigogo are great new ways for s […]. The post Boost your Kickstarter campaign using 3D printing! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Chinese Randomized Trial Looks at How Useful 3D Printed Models Actually Are in Treating Bone Fractures

Chinese researchers are examining how 3D printed models can improve treatment of fractures. Chunhui Chen, Leyi Cai, Wenhao Zheng, Jianshun Wang, Xiaoshan Guo, and Hua Chen of the Department of. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed fracture models 3d printed medical models china The Second Affiliated Hospital and Yuying Children’s Hospital of Wenzhou Medical Universit

The first European Consumer Launch of the QUANT-U Footwear Experience at Le Bon Marché

3D Perspectives

ECCO Reveals the first European Consumer Launch of the QUANT-U Footwear Experience at Le Bon Marché in Collaboration with Dassault Systèmes.

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Wood-n’t you believe it: cellulose-based 3D printed electronics developed at SFU

3D Printing Industry

After seeing the smart wood at CES 2019 we knew it would only be a matter of time before a 3D printed smart wood came along. For some time it seems, teams at Simon Fraser University (SFU), British Columbia, and the Applied Wood Materials Laboratory at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA) […].