Saudi Arabian Construction Company Purchases BOD2 Large-Scale Construction 3D Printer

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3D printed construction 3D Printers 3D Printing Business Construction 3D printing 3d print buildings BOD2 COBOD construction 3d printing Saudi ArabiaThis past fall, Denmark’s 3D Printhuset, which specializes in 3D printed construction without all of the noisy hype, created a new company focused solely on its 3D printing construction activities. View the entire article via our website.

Chinese 3D printing company and Saudi Arabia enter $10 billion deal to create houses

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The king of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saudi, has overseen a 10 billion RMB (approximately 1.5 The new contract is expected to kick in as soon as possible and it will see the Chinese company printing at least 30 million square meters of 3D construction projects in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Arabian king made an effort to meet with the Chinese President, Xi Jinping, in his first visit to China.

Saudi Arabian Government Meets With WinSun to Discuss 3D Printing as Part of a Plan to Build 1.5 Million Homes in Five Years

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3D Design 3D Printing Business 3d printed construction 3d printed homes Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian Ministry of Housing winsunWhenever we hear about Chinese construction company WinSun, it’s pretty much a guarantee that the news isn’t going to be boring. Whether it’s a scandal involving alleged IP theft or. View the entire article via our website.

WinSun Agrees to Provide 100 3D Printers to Saudi Arabian Contractor for 1.5 Million New Homes

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3D Printing Business 3d printed buildings 3d printed construction 3d printed homes 3d printed houses 3d printed housing Al Mobty Contracting Company Saudi Arabia winsun winsun 3d printed homes winsun 3d printingConstruction company WinSun may be based in China, but it may end up being best known for the work it does in the Middle East. WinSun was part of one of the biggest stories in 3D printed construction. View the entire article via our website.

KAUST Research Team 3D Prints Small Silicon-Based Computers to Use as Non-Invasive Health Monitor E-Stickers

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3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Medical 3D Printing 3d printed electronics 3D printed healthcare solutions 3D printed medical study 3d printing silicone flexible circuits healthcare monitoring wearables KAUST King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Saudi Arabia scientific studyI have been lucky enough, so far in my life, as to not end up in a hospital bed multiple times (knock on wood!). I’m thankful for this, because I know that in a place where you’re.

When Will the Middle East Embrace 3D Printing in Medicine?

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3D Printing Business Editorials / Opinions Health 3D Printing 3D Organs 3d printed organ replica 3d printed organs 3D printing in middle east AlemHealth Arab Health bioprinting china Dr Jamal Jomah Iran MedArt medical 3d printing Mohamed Elawad Sajjad Kamal Saudi Arabia Turkey uaeIn the last few years, medical applications for 3D printing have been exploding in virtually every market in the world, with one curious exception.

3D Hubs Events Calendar: Riyadh, San José, Sydney… and More!

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3D Design 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d hubs 3d hubs events australis badir program for technology incubators Bilby3D Costa Rica Groningen Fab Lab Netherlands Saudi Arabia south africa ToolTec IngineriaIn the US there’s nothing planned for 3D Hubs Events this coming week–probably because Americans will be busy stuffing themselves with holiday turkey and starting the month of festivities. View the entire article via our website.

Researchers Study Mechanical Properties & Biocompatibility of EBM Bone Plates  

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Researchers from Saudi Arabia and Manchester, UK explore the creation of bone plates via electron beam melting (EBM) processes, outlining their findings in the paper ‘Topology optimised metallic bone. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing additive manufacturing ebm EBM Bone Plates electron beam melting Materialise Magics software

Formnext 2019

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Nearly 50 people attended from 15 countries, spanning from Poland to Israel and Saudi Arabia to Australia. Last week’s Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany was outstanding. Nearly 35,000 people attended, up more than 28% from last year. Four large exhibition halls were nearly filled with 852 exhibitors, an increase of 35% over 2018. These companies showed their latest products and services related to additive manufacturing and 3D printing.

SABIC Showcases New THERMOCOMP AM Compounds and 3D Printed Yacht Hull at formnext

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Global chemical company SABIC, headquartered in Saudi Arabia, unveiled a dizzying amount of new materials at the RAPID + TCT show in May, reaffirming its strong commitment to the 3D printing. View the entire article via our website.

Saudi Arabia 3D prints a house in two days

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The first 3D printed house in Saudi Arabia took only two days to complete. 3D printed houses have been popping up all around the world throughout 2018 and the Saudi Kingdom did not want to be left without its own. 3D Printing Applications

SABIC Announces Global Application Development Focus to Advance Additive Manufacturing Technology

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Leveraging its global technology centers in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Saudi Arabia, SABIC announced that it is expanding the company’s application development focus in additive manufacturing technology. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) ranks as the world’s second largest diversified chemical company. SABIC manufactures on a global scale in Saudi Arabia, the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.

SABIC’s Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Material used to Produce the World’s First 3D-Printed Vehicle at IMTS 2014

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Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) ranks among the world’s top petrochemical companies. SABIC has significant research resources with 19 dedicated Technology & Innovation facilities in Saudi Arabia, the USA, the Netherlands, Spain, Japan, India, China and South Korea. SABIC manufactures on a global scale in Saudi Arabia, the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.

Surf’s Up, Engineers!

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Have you ever dreamed of taking a longboard and walking to the water’s edge, as waves crash against your feet, gazing out watching the swells gather and other surfers paddle to catch the perfect wave, wishing you could do that too? Maybe, like me, the dream was much better than the reality.

Worlds largest 3D construction printer is coming to Saudi Arabia in 2019

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Saudi Arabia's Elite for Construction & Development Company has purchased what has been described as the world's largest 3D construction printer from Danish firm Cobod International. 3D Printers

Saudi Arabia plans to 3D print 1.5 million houses with WinSun construction 3D printing tech

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Last week a delegation of Chinese WinSun officials traveled to Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to discuss construction 3D printing. While Dubai is keen to become a 3D printing world leader with their Dubai 3D Printing Strategy, they are by no means the only Middle Eastern nation to look into this technology. Among others, the Chinese construction 3D printing pioneers were invited to 3D print up to 1.5 million housing units over the next five years.

Chinese 3D printing construction company WinSun & Saudi Arabias Al Mobty Contracting Co agree 10 billion RMB deal

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As part of his recent travels around Asia, the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, has overseen a 10 billion RMB (1.5 billion USD) contract between Chinese 3D printed housing company WinSun and Saudi’s Al Mobty Contracting Co. The new agreement will see WinSun 3D print 30 million square meters of construction projects on Saudi Arabian land, addressing a national housing crisis that has escalated in the last several years.

The art of making do

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Cigarette ash has been deployed to removed 96% of arsenic from water, according to scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Hefei and King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Written by Catherine Bolgar. When life gives you lemons, some make lemonade; others use the lemon juice to prevent the spread of gastroenteritis.

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Why 3D Printed Bridges? Why Now?

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And now, Winsun is collaborating with Saudi Arabia to print over 1.5 Remember in 2014 when Chinese company Winsun printed ten houses in one day , stunning the world? Today, three years later, 3D printed construction projects are less of a shocking reveal and more a part of everyday reality.

SABIC-Investing Globally in Capabilities and Equipment to Support the Development of High Performance Materials for Additive Manufacturing Processes and Other Emerging Technologies

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Earlier this year, SABIC , a global supplier of engineering thermoplastics, announced that it is expanding the company’s application development focus in additive manufacturing technology by leveraging its global technology centers in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) ranks as the world’s second largest diversified chemical company.

SABIC Wins Two European Plastics innovation Awards

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The Netherlands and Saudi Arabia, SABIC brings together the resources and expertise needed to create a supportive research environment for continued innovation that can help designers meet specific functional requirements of production applications and solve processing challenges across a wide range of industries. SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

SABIC Merges Northeast Technology and Innovation Operations

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Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) ranks as the world’s third largest diversified chemical company. SABIC manufactures on a global scale in Saudi Arabia, the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. Headquartered in Riyadh, SABIC was founded in 1976 when the Saudi Arabian Government decided to use the hydrocarbon gases associated with its oil production as the principal feedstock for production of chemicals, polymers and fertilizers.

What is a quadcopter?

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Some countries like France and Japan are fairly liberal about drone use, while others like Saudi Arabia and Morocco do not allow drones at all. Drones are fast becoming a must-have if you want to stand out from the crowd. While laws limit their use and ensure that security is never overlooked when drones are in flight, I have noticed more and more people flashing their drones on social media and forums.

SABIC Delivers Material and Processing Expertise Needed to Create First-Ever Fully Functional 3D-Printed Vehicle

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——————————————— About Tony Cerruti : Tony Cerruti is director of Americas industrial marketing for SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business – a leading, global supplier of engineering thermoplastics and a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), which ranks among the world’s top petrochemical companies.

INFRASTRUCTURE INNOVATION: Collaborative and Efficient Design Platform Simplifies Civil Engineering Projects

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In Saudi Arabia, where Newtecnic, a UK-based building engineering company, is currently design engineering the façade of the new, Zaha Hadid-designed metro system in the King Abdullah Financial District, collaboration drives the need for sophisticated civil engineering systems. Originally published in Compass Magazine. Written by Nick Lerner. King Abdulla Financial District metro station (Image © Zaha Hadid Architects).

SABIC Again Expands Fast-Growing Additive Manufacturing Materials Portfolio with Launch of Three New Filaments at RAPID + TCT

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SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Arabian government owns 70 percent of SABIC shares with the remaining 30 percent publicly traded on the Saudi stock exchange. 2018 Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC).

SABIC-Industry Insights into Solutions

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A bout Tony Cerruti : Tony Cerruti is director of Americas industrial marketing for SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business – a leading, global supplier of engineering thermoplastics and a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), which ranks among the world’s top petrochemical companies. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) ranks as the world’s second largest diversified chemical company.

MFG Day Motivates Youth to Pursue a Career in…

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One bloodmobile was completed, ready to ship to Saudi Arabia. “MFG Day Motivates Youth to Pursue a Career in Manufacturing” By Michele Nash-Hoff, Saving U.S. Manufacturing. Since 2012, thousands of manufacturers around the country open their doors to inspire and recruit the next generation of manufacturers on Manufacturing Day (MFG Day), which was held this year on Friday, October 5 th. . .

SABIC Demonstrates Commitment to Advance Additive Manufacturing at RAPID + TCT

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SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Arabian government owns 70 percent of SABIC shares with the remaining 30 percent publicly traded on the Saudi stock exchange. Company underscores its position with the announcement of new filaments, reinforced compounds and differentiated materials for multiple additive manufacturing processes.

SABIC Features Additive Manufacturing, Glazing and Carriage Interior Capabilities at APTA Expo 2017

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SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Arabian government owns 70 percent of SABIC shares with the remaining 30 percent publicly traded on the Saudi stock exchange. SABIC and brands marked with ™ are trademarks of SABIC or its subsidiaries or affiliates. © 2017 Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC).

Paper Watch combines 3D printing and household materials in cheap alternative to Apple Watch

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Researchers in Saudi Arabia have invented a cheap, easy alternative to the Apple Watch that could make fitness tracking affordable to consumers worldwide. 3D Printing Applications

U.S. Manufacturing is Building up a Head of Steam

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dollar, as have a couple of other countries, like Saudi Arabia. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine. Economic factors, advanced technologies, and stronger-than-ever demand for ‘Made in America’ are fueling the rise . In case you haven’t noticed, manufacturing is building up a head of steam in the United States. A number of factors, including lower energy prices and the strength of the U.S. dollar, are helping to put American manufacturers on more solid footing.

Low-cost 3D printed sensors can detect early signs of forest fires or chemical leaks

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Researchers from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia have demonstrated how 3D printing can be used to manufacture low-cost, disposable sensors that give early warnings for such hazards. 3D Printing Applications

3D printed electronics on stickers could diversify IoT

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Researchers at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed a new method for 3D printing high-performance electronic decals for Internet of Things applications. The method involves printing complex CMOS circuits using advanced nanofabrication techniques. 3D Printing Applications

Saudi researchers propose 3D printed braces with LEDs and batteries for faster teeth alignment

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A team of researchers from the King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia are developing “smart 3D printed braces” which could help straighten and align teeth faster thanks to embedded LED lights and non-toxic batteries.

Opinion: Think nothing is made in America? Output has…

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The crude oil may come from Canada, Saudi Arabia or North Dakota, but it’s refined right here in America. “Opinion: Think nothing is made in America? Output has doubled in three decades” By Rex Nutting, MarketWatch. manufacturing isn’t dead; factories are running at close to a record pace. The U.S. manufacturing sector doesn’t get any respect.

LafargeHolcim and XtreeE successfully 3D print Europes first concrete structural element

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Saudi Arabia, for instance, is also looking into 3D printed homes, while Swiss construction giant LafargeHolcim has just realized a very important step towards 3D printed buildings as well. As the material and financial benefits of construction 3D printing are becoming increasingly apparent, more and more startups are experimenting with huge concrete 3D printers.