Trading Ovens for 3D Printers: Beirut’s theBAKERY Makes History in Eyewear, Art & Robotics

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3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — October 31

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Cationic Polymerization of Epoxy-Silicones with Coumarin Systems for 3D Printing

Researchers from France and Lebanon performed a unique study into materials science for 3D printing recently, publishing the details in ‘Coumarins as Powerful Photosensitizers for the Cationic.

We Expand Our 3D Printing Platform to the Middle East!


The agreement brings the i.materialise platform to 3DVinci Creations , a provider of affordable and accessible 3D printing technologies with Additive Manufacturing Centers in Dubai, UAE and Beirut, Lebanon. i.materialise is all about making 3D printing accessible to everyone: designers, inventors, students, artists, and makers around the globe.

Jewelry designers VANINA in Lebanon turn to MCor 3D printers for paper-based designs


This article Jewelry designers VANINA in Lebanon turn to MCor 3D printers for paper-based designs is first published at Since the early days of desktop 3D printing, one of the most popular forms of creation has been in producing 3D printed jewelry. Among other reasons, jewelry both allows for self-expression while also staying manufacturable on small fabrication machines.

The Week in 3D Printing

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MEANWHILE IN SYRIA, Vice brought us the moving story of Ibrahim Mohammad, a refugee who’s working to bring relief to Syrian and Palestinian refugees living in Lebanon — in the form of 3D printed limbs. Rumors swirled around a possible iPhone 8 3D scanner, an animator took loading screens from digital to analog using 3D printing, plus: laughs, limbs, pills, and backbones got the 3D printed treatment, and we resurrected both dinosaurs and a thinner you — all this week in 3D printing.

What is a drone?

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They were used in the Vietnam War (1955-1975), the War of Attrition (1967-1970), Yom Kippur War (1973), Lebanon War (1982), and the Gulf War (1991). There was a time when all that the word drone meant was a male bee. But we technology-loving people also happen to be heavily inspired by nature and so a gadget that looked and behaved much like the bees was christened a “drone”.

BASF and Poietis enter R&D agreement for 3D bioprinting and skin care


This article Jewelry designers VANINA in Lebanon turn to MCor 3D printers for paper-based designs is first published at Known as one of the largest producers and marketers of chemicals and related products in the world, it’s no surprise that BASF has been actively working on next generation products and processes that make use of additive manufacturing technologies.