3D Bioprinting Company Expands with New Facility in New Hampshire


3D Printing Business Medical 3D Printing 3d bioprinting Advanced Regenerative Medical Institute Advanced Solutions Advanced Solutions Life Sciences ARMI BioAssemblyBot BioBot bioprinting expansionAdvanced Solutions Life Sciences is a subsidiary of Advanced Solutions, Inc., a technology company that provides integrated software solutions and services to a variety of industries. Advanced. View the entire article via our website.

UNH develops 3D printable metamaterial for camouflage and drug delivery

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A weaving chain of interlocking shapes demonstrates a new material design that has the potential to create smarter medical and electronic devices. Created by researchers at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) the material, when activated, works as a mechanism to transform appearance in a way similar to cephalopod camouflage.

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3D printing news Sliced: 3D Systems, Optomec, Luxexcel, Local Motors

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Today in Sliced, our regular 3D printing news digest, we feature new 3D printing university courses, fiber-reinforced filament, cutting edge additive manufacturing research, the future of 3D printed electronics and an autonomous vehicle challenge.

Researchers Turn to Multi-Material 3D Printing to Develop Responsive, Versatile Smart Composites


3D printing technology has been used multiple times to help create drug delivery and release systems, from programmable release capsules and cancer drug-emitting implants to micro-rockets that. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Science & Technology 3d print drug delivery 3d printed prototype drug delivery journal article metamaterial multi-material 3d printer National Science Foundation (NSF) patent-pending research paper smart materials study UNH University of New Hampshire

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Mary Poppins Production Benefits from 3D Printed Breakaway Stage Prop


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3D printed “dumbbell molecules” at Dartmouth College allow smart materials to perform heavy lifting

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Researching ways to make smart materials capable of autonomous, and often sensory, behaviour The Ke Functional Materials Group at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, has. Research Chenfeng Ke Dartmouth College Ke Functional Materials Group nanomaterials Nobel Prize polyrotaxanes Qianming Lin Rotaxane smart material smart materials The Ke Functional Materials Group Xisen Hou

Solidscape Teams With Kangshuo To Launch Largest 3D Printing Service Bureau in China


It’s been just over four years since leading 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS) purchased the New Hampshire-based company Solidscape, and it appears that the acquisition may finally have begun paying substantial dividends. 3D Printing Business 3d printed jewelry 3d printing service china kangshuo solidscape solidscape deal stratasys

The Week in 3D Printing: Piece of Cake

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The Week in 3D Printing enjoyed a summer vacay the last couple of weeks, so this Friday, we’ll cover the juiciest tidbits since the beginning of July. That means cake, Mars beams, a phone screen that could heal itself, and adorable kitten mobility aids, all this week in 3D printing.

Jake of TANDEMKROSS – Making Good Guns Great with his Afinia 3D Printer


TANDEMKROSS is a New Hampshire-based company that locally designs and manufactures gun improvement products. Lately, there has been a surge of new companies and a lot of interest in handguns.” Our challenge is to create new and interesting items that our customers are demanding.

Celebrating Student Innovation and the Design Process With AET Labs And GrabCAD

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In today’s technology-driven classrooms where student innovation is highlighted, text books have been replaced with Chromebooks, classroom designs are flexible and modular and hands-on, project-based learning (PBL) has become the new standard teaching method.

Introducing Stratasys’ Medical Solutions Group

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To address the growing demand for 3D printed surgical models, medical device prototypes and other 3D printed medical applications, Stratasys is introducing its dedicated Medical Solutions Group. Improved individual procedure outcomes: Using surgical pre-planning 3D printed models.

Wyss-Designed Swabs Enter Human Trials for COVID-19

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New low-cost nasopharyngeal swabs can be manufactured quickly to address the international shortage of swabs for testing and research. has been working around the clock to ramp up production of the new swabs to reach 200,000 per day by May 15.

3D printed cell-opening mechanism opens new possibilities in camouflage, drug delivery


Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have used 3D printing to design a unique sequential cell-opening mechanism that could be used for drug delivery and color-changing camouflage materials. 3D Printing Application

3D printed octopus organs could have applications in biomedical devices, sensors, and stretchable electronics


Two researchers from the University of New Hampshire are turning to an unlikely source of inspiration for new 3D printing materials: the common Octopus. 3D Printing Applications

Kitten with mobility problems gets 3D printed wheelchair made by 8th grade students


A group of dedicated eighth-grade students from Portsmouth, New Hampshire has 3D printed a wheelchair for a kitten with mobility problems. 3D Printing Application

Think sharing phones is a bad call? 3D printed 3-in-1 lending smartphone could be the answer


Researchers in Canada and New Hampshire have used 3D printing to develop a modular 3-in-1 smartphone, ideal for lending to strangers. The prototype consists of three smartphones in a 3D printed case, giving the owner total control over how much access the borrower is permitted. 3D Printing Application