3D Printed Skin: New Zealand Designer Streamlines Medical Training in Sutures


3D Design 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d print skin 3d printed skin Hamish McIntosh medical 3d printing medical education new zealand New Zealand’s Victoria University of Wellington Stratasys Connex 3D printer While it’s certainly always preferable to practice on the real thing, or a cadaver, medical students are, after all, students.

Metal 3D Printing Helps New Zealand Defence Force Veteran on His Invictus Games Journey

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Now a team of New Zealand Defence Force engineers is using additive manufacturing to help change it again. He was the sole survivor of a helicopter crash at Pukerua Bay, north of the New Zealand capital, Wellington. Stevin Creegan in the saddle during Invictus Games training. Through our integrated offering of additive experts, advanced machines and quality materials, we empower our customers to build innovative new products.

Kiwi Companies Partner to Build Tailored 3D Printed Training Prosthetics for Female Para-Athletes


New Zealand-based Zenith Tecnica, which is the only company in the country using Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology to make 3D printed titanium components, is teaming up with High Performance. View the entire article via our website.

New Zealand designer develops 3D printed skin and anatomy for medical training


This article New Zealand designer develops 3D printed skin and anatomy for medical training is first published at 3ders.org. It’s no secret that 3D printing has a lot of potential in the medical field. In recent weeks we’ve reported on a number studies looking to develop bio-printed skin tissue, organs, you name it. For instance, just this week the Japanese government announced a whole round of investments aimed at developing 3D printable human organs.

BEEVERYCREATIVE Launches the BEEPOINT 3D Print Service


3D printer manufacturer BEEVERYCREATIVE has launched a new 3D print service, BEEPOINT. The printer is also sold by distributors in: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.

Young Kiwi Uses SOLIDWORKS to Design Home-Built Rally Car that Goes Zero-125 MPH in Seven Seconds

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Alex Kelsey, a 22-year-old racing enthusiast, lives in a small town on the North Island of New Zealand. Three years later, the MC2, short for MadCreations2, is blazing around race tracks in New Zealand and getting a lot of attention among race car enthusiasts. Prior to this project, Alex had no formal training or education in engineering or design, but had learned a lot through the multiple projects on which he had worked on with his father.

Sensing the city of the future

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Over the last 100 years, architecture has been a conversation about style,” says David van der Leer, executive director of the Van Alen Institute, a New York-based nonprofit architectural organization dedicated to the belief that design can transform cities, landscapes and regions to improve people’s lives. The researchers walked around New York with residents of that city to find out how one, for instance, responds to a busy intersection. By Catherine Bolgar*.

TSA Really Wreck The RepRap Child

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It was replaced by Air New Zealand with an apology for circumstances genuinely beyond their control. Otherwise their badly-trained insecurity chimps and box-throwers will wreck it for you. On the return journey from OSCON, baggage handling found themselves outclassed.

DIMENSIONEXT: International 3D Printed Drone Competition


The drones currently used cost USD$15,000 (£10,000) and $23,000 with the cost of the camera, ground control equipment and training factored in – roughly equal to one rangers annual salary. Already teams have submitted their entries from: Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, UK, & USA.​ New SL & DLP 3D Printers. Pages.

Drone Privacy and Security Issue Solutions

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In early 2018, Eric Buenz and his family were having a peaceful stroll in the beach of Adele Island in Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand. According to reports, Dutch law enforcement have started to train eagles as a deterrent from unauthorized drones. The serenity of this moment was suddenly interrupted when they noticed the presence of a drone flying above them, easily detected by its characteristic buzzing sound.