North Korea claims their 3D printer can make bones

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Doctors in North Korea say they are working with a new 3D printer that can reproduce bone for cosmetic surgery and dentistry. Medical & Dental Kim Jong Un North KoreaFootage on a news.

North Korea Reveals Another 3D Printer, Reportedly to be Used for Dental and Cosmetic Surgery

It’s always a bit difficult to tell what’s going on in North Korea in terms of technology. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business Medical 3D Printing 3d printed bone 3d printed medical models cosmetic surgery dental 3d printing north korea North Korea 3D printingIn June, the Pyongyang Machinery and Technology Exchange displayed a brochure detailing a 3D. View the entire article via our website.

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North Korean Trade Show Advertises 3D Printer… That Looks a Lot Like a MakerBot

Is North Korea getting into 3D printing? 3D Printers 3D Printing Business Choson Exchange DPRK 360 makerbot makerbot replicator north korea North Korea 3D printing Pyongyang Machinery and Technology Exchange Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering Pyongyang University of Science and TechnologyWell…maybe. That would be big news indeed, considering that technology in the hermit country is, at least where the general public is concerned, rather.

3D Printing News Briefs: August 18, 2017

For this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering what the technology is capable of in terms of education and business, innovative new products, and weaponry. View the entire article via our website.

Garageeks Creates 3D Printed Nuclear Button

3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed business signs clamp hero diplomacy donald trump Garageeks kickstarter kim jong un Milan military north korea nuclear nuclear button nuclear launch nuclear strike thingiverse twitter war US us governmentThe nuclear button is, once again, having its day in the limelight as news networks and social media react to the bizarre statements made by the Donald regarding the size and potency of his button. View the entire article via our website.

TPE TopCon: A Look at 16 Top 3D Printing Stories of 2016

Yesterday in Akron, Ohio was the 12th TPE TopCon event, a conference dedicated to thermoplastics hosted by the Akron Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) and the TPE Special Interest. View the entire article via our website.

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3D Printing News Briefs: June 12, 2018

Get ready, we have a lot of news to share with you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, running the gamut from metal powder 3D printing and new software to education and a game response to the. View the entire article via our website.

Proposed $582.7 Billion Pentagon Budget to Include 3D Printed Micro Drones

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billion budget within the context of what the DoD considers “five evolving challenges”, specifically four sovereign nations – Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran – and the self-proclaimed Islamic State.… By Michael Molitch-Hou.

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3D printing could help North Korea develop WMDs, says Asia Times


A report in the Asia Times, a Hong Kong-based publication, says North Korea could use 3D printing to make weapons of mass destruction. 3D printing could purportedly reduce development cycle times and reduce the number of workers required. 3D Printing Application

Asia-Pacific Region is Expected to Dominate the Small Launch Vehicle Market by 2028

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Lastly, on the basis on segmentation by region, Asia-Pacific accounted for the maximum share of the market in 2017, however, North America is expected to register the maximum growth, during the forecast period.

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China Sets Up a Medical 3D Printing Center


It holds well over 7M inhabitants and is located a bit north of North Korea. The PRC has established a center for medical 3D printing. We don’t know much about the new center, aside from its location, Changchun, which is located in the city of Changchun.

3D Printing Helps Solve Light Pollution


Clearly when you see a satellite view of a night-time area, you’ll no doubt see lighting infrastructure so widespread as to resolve the shape of each country (North Korea aside). 3D printing technologies are assisting new efforts to curb light pollution worldwide.

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Rants and Raves Without Rhyme or Reason

To the Philippines, about North Korea: [link]. One last reminder before election day. Don’t forget, this is what happens when you vote Republican.

North Korea unveils a new 3D printer that can make bones for surgery and dentistry


While South Korea is becoming recognized as one of the most progressive nations in terms of adopting and advancing 3D printing technologies—through fast track approvals in the medical sector and even tax exemptions for businesses conducting R&D within the field of additive manufacturing—its neighbour to the North has not been as readily vested in the emerging technological field. According to a few sources, however, this might be changing. 3D Printers

This US manufacturing sector is booming

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Economic forces are driving the boom in defense spending just as much, if not more, than the threats from Iran, ISIS, North Korea, and the rising security concerns in Eastern Europe, Asia, and the sub-continent. By Jake Novak, CNBC. Cheer up, Donald Trump fans!

MakerBot look-a-like 3D printer advertised at North Korean trade show


But perhaps the biggest testimony to the incredible impact of 3D printing technology, is that it has now even reached North Korea.

Interactive 3D printed installation Unclaimed points us to last unclaimed territory: the airspace directly above us


Aside from North Korea and a few other places, the world of the 21rst century holds very little undiscovered, unreachable locations anymore. At least, so we thought until learning of a fascinating interactive installation currently on display at the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art.