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West Point: Bioprinting for Soldiers in the Battlefield

Last summer, U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Jason Barnhill traveled to an undisclosed desert location in Africa with a ruggedized 3D printer and other basic supplies that could be used to…

McDonald’s Deep Fat Fryer Oil Could be Used as a Biodegradable SLA Resin at a Cost of $227 a Tonne

Professor Andre Simpson at the University of Toronto is the director of the school’s Environmental NMR Center, dedicated to environmental research. This research uses an analytical tool that is called…


Hybrid 3D Printing Profile: DMG Mori

DMG Mori is one of the largest machine builders worldwide, generating about $3 billion in revenue each from its Japanese and German divisions. Though its position in the 3D printing…

CASMER: Medical Imaging Mannequin Features 3D Printed Organ Models

Canadian researchers used 3D printing to create anatomically correct models of human organs, detailing their findings in the recently published ‘3D Printed CT-based abdominal structure mannequin for enabling research.’ Attempting…

Additive Flow Adds Additive Awareness to Generative Design

A new startup has emerged from stealth mode, promising a software capable of aiding designers in enhancing their parts for additive manufacturing (AM) in ways that go beyond generative design…

Cornet: Research Network in Lower Austria Explores Expanding 3D Printing Applications

Ecoplus Plastics and Mechatronics Cluster in Lower Austria has just completed their ‘AM 4 Industry’ Cornet project, outlining their findings regarding 3D printing—with the recently published work serving as the…

Titomic to Deliver Two Kinetic Fusion Systems to Composite Technology Under AUD $25.5M Contract

The very definition of an industry leader, and serving as a forerunner within industrial-scale additive manufacturing in Australia, Melbourne-headquartered Titomic has just signed an AUD $25.5M contract for two TKF…

Wake Forest Researchers Claim to Bioprint Skeletal Muscle Constructs With Neural Cell Integration, in Rats

Scientists at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM), in North Carolina, have found a way to advance the 3D bioprinting technique they developed to engineer skeletal muscle as a…

Arfona Announces New Dental 3D Printing Products and Services at LMT Lab Day

As SmarTech’s VP of Research Scott Dunham said at our recent Additive Manufacturing Strategies event in Boston, the healthcare portion of the AM market is truly the backbone of the…

JEC World: AREVO Presents Manufacturing as a Service; Introduces 3D Printed e-Moto

“Design. Print. Ride.” – the AREVO product development team Silicon Valley’s AREVO is headed to Paris from March 3-5 to participate in JEC World 2020. As many exhibitors will be…

Russian Research Yields New Insight Into 3D Printed Titanium Implants for Mandibular Reconstruction

Russian researchers are experimenting with titanium implants meant to promote the reconstruction of the jaw after surgery, outlining their study in the recently published ‘Experimental Biointegration of a Titanium Implant…


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