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San Draw Medical has developed a new trainer for intravenous access. The training tool has an artificial skin and veins that should feel similar...

Undergraduate Design Competition: 3rd place for MIT team for novel 3D printable metal

The United States might be one step closer to its goal of having half of all new vehicles sold in 2030 be zero-emissions electric...

Braunschweig University of Technology presents the “Digital Construction Site”

Homes, roads, bridges - construction is always underway. But mostly with construction techniques that have remained unchanged for decades. Digital solutions rarely make it...

Airwolf3D Introduces 3D Printed Drone Kit Talon X1

3D printer manufacturer Airwolf3D has released the first of their educational 3D printing kits - the Talon X1 Drone. The kits have been developed to...

University of Louisville receives 1 million dollars for the further development of AM technology

The University of Louisville and its partners have been awarded $1 million from the National Science Foundation to accelerate manufacturing innovation in Kentucky and...

Neural Rendering: NeROIC creates 3D models from photos

Researchers at the University of Southern California have unveiled a method for 3D printing objects from online image databases. The method, called NeROIC (Neural...

3D printed reactor core makes solar fuel production more efficient

Using a new 3D printing technique, researchers at ETH Zurich have developed special ceramic structures for a solar reactor. Initial experimental testing show that...

NTU and University of Cambridge introduce Method for Customized Metal Parts

A research team from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and the University of Cambridge has unveiled a new 3D printing approach that can...

Open source technology makes 3D printing possible in seconds

For years, we have continuously reported on volumetric 3D printing. Unlike most methods that create objects layer by layer, volumetric 3D printing allows an...

Indian MGM University gets the Stratasys J850 3D printer

The Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer has been commissioned at the Rukmini Auditorium of MGM University in Maharashtra, India. The 3D printer was...

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