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Season’s Greetings: We’re Open throughout the Holiday Season

Season’s Greetings: We’re Open throughout the Holiday Season by Stephanie | December 10, 2018 ‘Tis the season to be jolly, and we’re definitely feeling the Christmas cheer at i.materialise. And there are even more reasons to be cheerful this year, because we have good news: our facilities will be open throughout the holidays! We will... Read More »

New Zealand: myReflection 3D Prints Lightweight, Affordable Prosthetic Breasts for Post-Mastectomy Patients

3D printing has brought the potential for massive change in medicine—relating to so many different aspects, from bioprinting to making surgical guides and many different devices. The area of prosthetics has already been impacted in an extremely positive way, for patients of all ages around the world. Now, women who have undergone mastectomies in New... Read More »

Ford Develop 3D Printed Brakes For Shelby Mustang GT500

December 9, 2018 While 3D printing has been in the automotive field for some time, use cases have been sparser than one would expect. Sure, there have been cases of tail light manufacturing and the occasional 3D printed car, but mass production is the exception rather than the rule. However, in a major development, Ford... Read More »

Interview with 3D Print Pioneer Kevin McAlea EVP Healthcare and Metals 3D Systems on Industrializing 3D Printing – 3DPrint.com

There are not a lot of people out there with over 25 years of experience in 3D Printing. One of those people is Kevin McAlea. He is currently an EVP at 3D Systems and in charge of the company’s Healthcare and Metal Printing Business Units. In Healthcare 3D Systems is deploying 3D printing and 3D scanning... Read More »

Interview with 3D Print Pioneer Kevin McAlea EVP Healthcare and Metals 3D Systems on Industrializing 3D Printing

There are not a lot of people out there with over 25 years of experience in 3D Printing. One of those people is Kevin McAlea. He is currently an EVP at 3D Systems and in charge of the company’s Healthcare and Metal Printing Business Units. In Healthcare 3D Systems is deploying 3D printing and 3D scanning... Read More »

Novameat develops 3D-printed vegan steak from plant-based proteins

Via DeZeen: Italian bioengineer Giuseppe Scionti from Spanish startup Novameat has invented the “world’s first” 3D-printed meat-free steak made from vegetable proteins, which mimics the texture of beef. By combining tissue engineering and bio-printing with modern cooking methods, he created a vegan product that boasts the same consistency, appearance and nutritional properties as animal meat... Read More »

Gingerbread Merry-Go-Round with #CircuitPlaygroundExpress and #Cricket

[embedded content] Thanks to Josephine and Elizabeth for sending us this tip and incredible project – fantastic work! Elizabeth writes: My ten year old daughter just made a gingerbread merry-go-round using CPX and Crickit, This was her first project using circuit python. She has done many projects with CPX and makecode. The project also involves... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: December 8, 2018 – 3DPrint.com

We’re starting with a little bit of business news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, before moving on to a new material and a software update. PostProcess is partnering with CUBRC, and both Launcher and 3YOURMIND have announced new executives. ElogioAM released its new Facilian HT material, and Simplify3D has a software update. PostProcess Technologies... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: December 8, 2018

We’re starting with a little bit of business news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, before moving on to a new material and a software update. PostProcess is partnering with CUBRC, and both Launcher and 3YOURMIND have announced new executives. ElogioAM released its new Facilian HT material, and Simplify3D has a software update. PostProcess Technologies... Read More »

MSF Hospital in Jordan Continues to Help Wounded Victims of War with 3D Printed Prosthetics

Ahmad is the first patient to receive an above-elbow 3D printed prosthetic from MSF. Technicians added an extra piece to substitute the humerus in the prosthetic, and Ahmad will be able to both bend and stretch the arm. For over ten years now, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), known in English as Doctors Without Borders, has been operating... Read More »

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