Researchers in Guatemala Use LIDAR 3D Scanning in Mirador Basin, Discover Ancient Network of Superhighways

3D Scanning Science & Technology 3d archaeology 3D imaging 3d mapping 3d scanning 3D technology in archaeology archaeology Central America El Mirador Guatemala history laser LIDAR Maya mayan civilization mayan mysteries mayans radar University of UtahIt’s one thing to use a 3D scanner to scan a person, animal, or object, and use the scan to 3D print an object you can pick up and hold, but it’s quite another to 3D scan something that. View the entire article via our website.

US charity LifEnabled brings 3D printed prosthesis to the developing world

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Medical & Dental Brent Wright developing world DigiScan 3D Guatemala hopebegins LifEnabled Meredith Wright prosthesis prostheticMeredith and Brent Wright, a married couple from North Carolina have launched LifEnabled to help amputees in the developing world. Making personalized prosthesis is supported.

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3D Laser Scanning Technology Reveals a Massive Mayan "Megalopolis" Hidden in the Guatemalan Jungle

Featured Stories 3d scanning aerial mapping technology Angkor Wat archaeology Guatemala laser 3d scanning LIDAR Maya Biosphere Reserve National Geographic PACUNAMGenerally accepted Western conceits about the possible size and scope of tropical civilizations continue to be shattered with the help of high-powered 3D scanning technology and organizations like. View the entire article via our website.

3D printing news Sliced Precision ADM, Carbon, LiDAR and the Cheddar Man

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Applications Alfons and Adrie Kennis Alfons Kennis Amy Yousefi Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine Channel 4 Cheddar Man Dassault systemes DragonFly 2020 Pro EOS Guatemala Henan University Lidar MACH maya Miami University MTA Nano Dimension National Geographic PACUNAM Paragon Paragon Rapid Technologies Paul James Precision ADM solidworks Stanford University Stanford University LibrariesWho is the Cheddar Man? Can 3D printing improve healthcare? Looking for a new 3D printing challenge?

Victoria Hand Project — Offering Advanced, Affordable 3D Printed Upper-Limb Prostheses

3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed hands 3d printed prosthetic hands 3d printed prosthetics Canada developing countries Guatemala nepal vhp Victoria Hand Victoria Hand ProjectMillions of people around the world are affected by the absence of an upper limb–a hand, or partial or full arm–and the vast majority of these individuals live in developing nations where prosthetics can... View the entire article via our website.

Range of Motion Project (ROMP) Establishes Prosthetics Maker Labs with 3D Printers in Ecuador and Guatemela

3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d printed prostheses 3d printed prosthetics David Kruda Ecuador Eric Neufeld Guatemala Kathy Pico Range of Motion Project ROMPMany of us who frequently follow 3D printing news would say that perhaps one of its most effective immediate medical applications is the ability to 3D print customized prosthetics and orthotics. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printed Realism from Stratasys Helps Bring Ancient Artifacts to Life

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Maudslay during the late 1800s in Guatemala. Maudslay Additive Manufacturing Bryan Allen FDM Google Arts and Culture Guatemala Open Heritage Project PolyJet 3D printers Rafie Grinvald Stratasys Stratasys J750 3D Printer

Free 3D Printable of the Week: The Mask of Calakmul

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The Mask of Calakmul was recovered from Tomb 1 of Calakmul, a Mayan archaeological site that lays right at the edge of Guatemala. By Michael Molitch-Hou.

3D Printing for Development in the Global South: How Localized Manufacturing Can Benefit Poor Communities By Causing Positive Social Change

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While visiting the FabCon 3.D in Erfurt earlier this year we assisted to a series of interesting speeches that were part of the official program. One speech that stood out in particular, was the ‘Fair Trade Filament – Why does it matter?’

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Argentina, Guatemala and Peru have mobile health ( mHealth ) initiatives targeting noncommunicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease. By Catherine Bolgar.

Javelin Customer HUDSON Boat Works will “Row for Gold” at Pan Am Games

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Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Guatemala, and HUDSON representatives will be on site in St. Canadian Womens 8+ at the World Rowing Championships. A fraction of a second – in world class competition, it’s the difference between mighty gold and second place silver.

SOLIDWORKS® gives HUDSON Boat Works competitive edge in the shop and on water

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Cuba, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Venezuela, Guatemala, and El Salvador. HUDSON boat used at the Pan Am Games. Javelin Technologies customer HUDSON Boat Works continues to impress with its commitment to creative 3D design and its winning ways on a world stage.