3D Printing News Briefs: September 8, 2017

3DPrint.com

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking about some exciting new centers opening up that specialize in 3D printing technology, an additive manufacturing course and a little. View the entire article via our website.

Simulation Helps Save the World’s Architectural Heritage

3D Perspectives

Dr. Fassi has since taken those teenage ambitions and made an impressive career of them—today he serves as professor of mechanical engineering at Morocco’s University Hassan First, and is a member of the Faculty of Sciences and Technologies in Settat (FSTS). by Kristina Hines.

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Giant 3D Printer Getting Ready to Print Houses

3D Printing Review

WASP intends for the printer to allow anybody in the third world to create a house using locally sourced materials. ” The BigDelta draws inspiration from resilient clay homes in Morocco that make use of regional materials.

Taking 3D Printed Medical Solutions Farther Than Ever Before

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Nearly 20 interdisciplinary teams from various countries, including Australia, Cyprus, Ecuador, Finland, France, Japan, Macedonia, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, the United Kingdom and the United States, competed in this design challenge.

World Premiere for Additive Manufacturing: STELIA Aerospace Presents a Demonstrator for Metallic Self-Reinforced Fuselage Pannels Manufactured by 3D Impression

Additive Manufacturing

With support from Constellium and Ecole Centrale de Nantes, STELIA Aerospace is currently studying additive manufacturing, a disruptive technology aimed at a new approach of production, where material is added by deposit instead of being removed by machining.