The Week in 3D Printing

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Printing in space got even more interesting somehow this week when the Made In Space printer aboard the International Space Station produced a “laugh” (a print of a 3D model of sound waves emitted during laughter, natch). Get that (3D) model body.

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


Among other reasons for the partnership include the combined expertise of both companies in tissue engineering and bioprinting; both companies are looking at ways of applying Poietis’ bioprinting technology to BASF’s existing processes in an effort to improve the company’s skin equivalent model Mimeskin™. This article Jewelry designers VANINA in Lebanon turn to MCor 3D printers for paper-based designs is first published at