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 •  December 11

The medical industry is full of remarkable stories about how 3D printing is changing and even saving lives. Medical 3D printing is a field that is growing fast, and its growth and evolution comes largely thanks to hospitals themselves, which are willing to experiment with new technology and thus push it forward. 3D printing companies play a role as...

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 •  December 4

While 3D printing has found a place in nearly every industry and business niche today, some of its uses are making more headway than others, such as the innovations springing from the automotive industry. And in fact, numerous automobile manufacturers have been using 3D printing since long before the mainstream population knew anything about it....

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 •  December 1

My father once paid $100 for a calculator. This was back in the mid-1970s and this calculator could perform the basic functions and print them as he entered them. It was only the size of the collected works of William Shakespeare and was considered to be an extravagantly advanced piece of machinery. Now, of course, everybody – with the exception of...

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 •  November 29

The greenhouse gas we most commonly talk about is carbon dioxide, with methane probably coming in a close second. A gas that’s 11,700 times more potent than carbon dioxide, however, is fluoroform, which, while non-toxic and ozone-friendly, is still harmful to the environment. One suggested way of dealing with the greenhouse gas problem is to...

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 •  November 28

We first heard about Teknodizayn, a major international distributor of industrial and professional grade 3D printers and scanners based out of Turkey, last year, when the founder of AVSAR Aesthetic Surgery Clinic in Istanbul was inspired by one of the company’s 3D scanning and printing demonstrations to purchase an Artec Eva handheld 3D scanner...

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 •  November 27

The 2017 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting is taking place this week in Chicago, and some major 3D printing industry news has already been introduced at the meeting, starting with the announcement that Materialise and Siemens Healthineers are teaming up to make Materialise Mimics inPrint software available to multiple...

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 •  November 23

The R&D 100 Award was established 55 years ago in 1963 to recognize R&D pioneers and their revolutionary ideas in science and technology. Each year, the top 100 performers are identified and rewarded for their advances in research and development in products, processes, materials, or software during the previous year. Past winners have been...

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 •  November 21

Israel-based XJet draws from about as much experience as a company can have in additive manufacturing, bringing decades of know-how into a decades-old industry. Hanan Gothait, the company’s CEO, noted during the XJet press conference at formnext 2017 that he “was the founder of a company called Objet.” That humble introduction of a company that...

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 •  November 16

If there’s one thing we know about BASF, it’s that the global chemical company is putting forth all of its available resources in order to climb to the top of the next-generation 3D printing materials mountain. Collaborations are key in the 3D printing world, and BASF has been busily setting up partnerships all across the industry with companies...

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 •  November 14

The first day of formnext is well underway and the new product announcements have been rolling out at a fast rate. One of the latest comes from Stratasys, which today announced the release of its new GrabCAD Voxel Print software solution. According to Stratasys, the software offers users voxel-level control over the whole design and 3D printing...