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  • There was a time when many people who were starting to familiarize with 3D printing did not see any real value in 3D models and thus limited their exploration to free models from Thingiverse and other free 3D model databases. Not much has changed but, as 3D printing becomes more widespread, and people’s capabilities improve, the demand for higher quality…

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  • 3D Printing Nintendo Labo

    Sure, one of the coolest things about the Nintendo Labo series of games is that the “accessories” are made from recyclable cardboard so they are environmentally friendly and won’t pollute for centuries to come (unlike those piles of E.T. buried in the New Mexico desert by Atari). However, there is little arguing that cardboard has a hard time sustaining the…

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  • Low-cost bioprinter manufacturer Allevi is introducing Carbohydrate Glass materials from startup Volumetric for the company’s new 3D Organ-on-a-chip Kit. Carbohydrate Glass is an incredible sacrificial material that has excellent printability and makes high-resolution microchannels. Published in Nature Materials, Carbohydrate Glass is considered a game-changer for some bioprinting applications. Organ-on-a-chip technology, developed by the Wyss Institute at Harvard, has had a revolutionary impact on…

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  • Scientists studying wildlife animal behaviors are starting to use 3D printing to produce more accurate animal replicas, leading to some interesting discoveries. Daniel Mennill and  Stéphanie Doucet, both of whom are behavioral ecologists at the University of Windsor in Canada, used a 3D printed toad (RobotToad) made by their graduate student Lincoln Savi, to study Costarican toads and how their…

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  • At the Digital Metal production site in Höganäs, future is being printed as we speak. With state-of-the-art 3D metal printing machines, excellent sintering capacity, an advanced quality control department and a new Digital Metal Material Development Center featuring the latest production equipment, Digital Metal is preparing to spread its unique, high-precision binder-jetting AM technology all over the world. The company…

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  • A paper that was just submitted to the Cornell University Library describes how to obtain accurate 3D body models and texture of arbitrary people from a single, monocular video in which a person is moving. The paper was authored by Thiemo Alldieck, Marcus Magnor, Weipeng Xu, Christian Theobalt and Gerard Pons-Moll; it will be presented at the upcoming Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition…

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  • Unlike other extra large 3D printed projects that seemed too good to be true, Joris Laarman’s 3D printed steel bridge has been completed, perfectly in line with MX3D’s project timeline. The only thing that was somewhat a letdown, was the idea that the bridge would “build itself on location” as some early animations seem to allude to. However, this is…

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  • The Chaos Core Tech YouTube channel – that created the 3D printed Iron Giant – is run by Garrett, a full time programmer, who loves to make things in downtime. He makes 3D models and 3D print them out, then his wife, Chelsey, paints them and makes them look amazing. Thorough his video he shares his experience along with the files he…

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  • Palette+ is a device developed by Mosaic Manufacturing.  It upgrades most filament-based (FFF/FDM) 3D printers to print in 4+ materials with only 1 extruder. Chroma 3 is Palette+’s newest companion software that helps make this happen. To print models with pristine colors, Chroma adds transition towers to prints. When a printer changes from one filament to the next, it extrudes the mixed material on the transition tower. Most people are surprised by the…

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  • The latest video featuring BigRep‘s Head of Vertical Marketing, Gil Lavi shows a visit to Polymertal, near Haifa, Israel. The company specializes in producing metal plated end-use parts. In this video, the parts are produced in plastic by 3D printing. Using a BigRep system, Polymertal is able to produce large size components for aerospace applications. 3D printed metal-plated production can bring…

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