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3D Printing News Briefs: December 19, 2017

It’s getting closer to the end of December, which means the official start of winter is almost here. The days are getting colder, so why not warm your heart with…

Australian Researchers Design, Build, and Test-Fire 3D Printed Rocket Engine in Four Months

The race to a complete, 3D printed rocket engine is on – NASA has been working for years to develop a fully 3D printed rocket engine, and this summer Rocket…

3D Printing of Anatomy Kits and R&D Tax Credits

Resources for medical education rely on key elements which are not always readily available for a variety of reasons including but not limited to, ethical, legal, and cultural. Currently, there…

Johnson & Johnson Announces New Collaborations to Develop Biomedical Innovation and Advance 3D Printing Technology in Healthcare

Using 3D printing technology to manufacture custom health solutions is not a new idea, and there are many companies that work hard to solve medical problems with ideas that involve 3D…

US Solar Cell 3D Printer Usage

On May 25th 2017, the U.S notified the WTO and its 164 countries that it may place safeguard tariffs on imported solar cells. From 2012 the U.S. produced market share…

Monash University and Amaero Engineering Acquire Xline 2000R Metal 3D Printer and 3D Print Biggest Metal Aerospace Component to Date

The Xline 2000R metal 3D printer from Concept Laser is a really big 3D printer. A really, really big one – in fact, it’s the biggest metal 3D printer in…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — November 12, 2016

On this week’s edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week”, we’ve got news that spans from the animated universe of Rick and Morty to South Korea. For starters, one…

Archaeologists Use Drone to Build 3D Virtual Reality Map of Laos’ Plain of Jars

Just as the emergence of 3D printing technology has been found useful for a number of applications, the rise of drone technology has provided immense benefits to many ventures as…

3D Printing Reveals the Youthful Face of a 2,000-Year-Old Woman

It seems to be Mummy Week in the 3D printing world. Just the other day, we covered a story about a Maidstone Museum project that will use 3D printing to…

3D Printed Anatomy Kits Drawing Interest from Hospitals and Universities

In my high school, every biology class was required to dissect a few animals, and I recall it being rather unpleasant. Interesting, for sure, and helpful – few lessons stuck…

4D Printing and Computed Tomography Scans Used to Enhance Surgical Preparation

Earlier this month, thousands of surgeons from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Royal College of Surgeons of England gathered into the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for the…

Changing the Face of Medical Schools with Anatomically Accurate 3D Printed Cadavers

While there is no replacing the need for medical students to work with an actual human body at some point during their education, the reality is that maintaining a constant…

3D Printed Anatomy Series Released by Monash University: A Medical Training Game Changer

Monash University scientists may well have changed the course of medical science with the release of their brilliant 3D Printed Anatomy Series. It’s a kit containing no actual human tissue,…

Register Now with Discount for Inside 3D Printing: Melbourne, May 26-29

One usually sees the word Australia and envisions braving it in the outback. While that’s exciting, it’s also important to note that Melbourne, home to the next Inside 3D Printing show, is…

Monash University 3D Prints Two Entire Metal Jet Engines

It’s only a matter of time before we begin seeing just about every man-made object on this planet 3D printed in some form or another. We’ve already seen houses, cars,…

Australian Research Hub Opens with $9 Million (AUD) Funding for R&D in High Value Additive Manufacturing

“Through this hub, researchers will work to resolve issues surrounding process optimisation to achieve all required mechanical properties in 3D printed metallic products that can be used commercially for flying…

3D Printed Anatomy Kits Reduce Need to Study Human Cadavers

When Leonardo da Vinci wanted to study anatomy of the human body, he had to go straight to the source because very little was actually known about the inner workings…