3D Printing Helps a Five-Year-Old Girl to Dance Again | 3DPrint.com

Five-year-old Daria loves dancing, but that was imperiled when she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare malignant bone tumor, in her right leg. The tumor was large, extending almost to her distal femur, so removing it while still allowing her to walk – and dance – normally was a special challenge. Careful planning was […]

How 3ERP Bridges the Gap Between Design & Manufacturing

December 24, 2018This post is: sponsored Bringing a product to market can be a long process. Even when you have the perfect design on paper, turning that concept into a usable object represents a big jump. One cannot simply hand a blueprint to a manufacturer and hope that everything turns out fine. The gap between […]

WATCH: Cytosurge 3D printing realizes new class of “impossible objects”

Working with Professor Kokichi Sugihara, mathematician and master of illusion, Swiss micro 3D printing company Cytosurge has realized a class of so-called “impossible objects” in 3D. Better known as optical illusions, these microscopic impossible objects demonstrate the potential of Cytosurge’s FluidFM technology, and push the boundaries of optical physics. 3D printing illusions At Meiji University […]

Making the Holiday Season Merry and Bright with 3D Printing | 3DPrint.com

Floating State Ornaments with Heart Cutout While the official first day of winter isn’t actually until next Friday, December 21st, it’s certainly felt like winter here in southwest Ohio recently. For me, this means drinking hot chocolate, sleeping in flannel pajamas, donning mittens and a scarf every time I walk outside, scraping the frost off […]

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December 3, 2018 With the proliferation of construction and repair 3D printing, we’ve seen ones that can make bridges and even houses. Now, the same principle is proving beneficial to infrastructure and road renovations. Leeds University have developed a prototype asphalt 3D printing drone that can fill in cracks in roadways by remote control. The […]

Indian researchers harvest water from fog and dew using 3D printing

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology in Mandi (IIT), India, have made harvesting water from fog possible using 3D printing technology. Dr. Venkata Krishnan, an Associate Professor of Chemistry at IIT has been involved in this research and has co-authored several scientific papers. The final result is a culmination of different research projects conducted since […]

GE Aviation receives FAA approval for 3D printed brackets on GEnx commercial airline engines

GE Additive and GE Aviation have announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the first 3D printed parts to be installed in the GEnx-2B commercial airline engines. The power door opening system (PDOS) brackets, will enter mass production this month at GE Aviation’s facility in Alabama, using GE Additive Concept Laser M2 cusing Multilaser […]

Researchers Prepare Silicon Carbide-Polymer Composite Materials for SLS 3D Printing | 3DPrint.com

Silicon carbide, or SiC, has a lot of potential for use in industrial applications, like aeronautic and aerospace engineering, the automotive industry, and the machinery industry, due to its excellent physical and chemical properties. But, because of the high production costs that come with mold manufacturing, machining, and high temperature and pressure sintering processes, this industrial […]

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