3D Printing News Briefs: October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween, fair readers! We’re giving you a treat today instead of a trick – our latest edition of 3D Printing News Briefs. First up, Materialise has completed a mammoth…

No Bones About It: Materialise Has Taken On a Mammoth 3D Printed Reconstruction Project

Materialise is in the middle of an SLA 3D printing project of epic proportions…one might even call it a mammoth job. The Belgium-based company is creating a life-size, 3D printed…

3D Scanning and 3D Printing Reveal the Evolutionary Roots of Joint Pain

Evolution is a jerk sometimes. Sure, humans have come a long way and done amazing things, and it’s incredible to think that we are the descendants of four-footed creatures. However,…

3D Scanning Technology from Artec 3D Provides a Closer Look at Bones from Ancient China

One of the greatest aspects of the latest technologies is the ability to use it to delve more deeply into the past. Turning back the pages of history books, 3D…

EpiBone Uses 3D Technology to Grow Human Bones Outside the Body

The human body has amazing capacities for repairing itself, but it’s far from perfect; some injuries or deformities are too much for the body itself to make whole. For ages,…

Sivatherium Giganteum: Scientists Create 3D Replica of Morphologically Bizarre Ancient Giraffid

Most of us know the giraffe as quite an ungainly and massive animal ensconced amiably in zoos around the world. Most of us have seen footage of them thundering through…

New Zealand Scientists Bring Extinct Birds Back Through 3D Scanning

The extinction of a species is a heartbreaking thought, especially when you consider that some of our most beloved species, like monarch butterflies, frogs and toads, and bats are threatened,…


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