Nigeria: Assessing Properties of Recycled PET Powder for 3D Printing Feedstock

The topic of recycling is anything but new, but today innovative methods must be applied to the reuse of an influx of plastics, powders, and other materials being discarded in…

Interview with Godwin Izibilli on 3D Printing in Nigeria

Nigeria is an African country well known for high profile academics and a large base of entrepreneurs. How is Africa’s most populous country utilizing these twin resources for 3D Printing?…

e-NABLE and Create O&P Travel to Nigeria to Change Young Boy’s Life with 3D Printing

The sad and terrifying story of 11-year-old Mohammed Saleh breaks my heart. No child should have to go through something like this; yet sadly, there are many who do. In the…

Elephab Aims to Become Nigeria’s Primary Supplier of 3D Printed Parts

The GE Garages program was launched by GE in 2012 to spur interest in inventing and manufacturing among Americans. A few years later, the program spread beyond America. GE Lagos…

Titan Robotics Brings Large-Format 3D Printing to West Africa

Lagos, Nigeria, a place not commonly known for 3D printing, just got a huge innovation boost at one of the largest foundries in West Africa — Nigerian Foundries Limited. Clay Guillory, Founder and CEO of Colorado-based Titan…

Kids Learn and Have Fun With 3D Printing, Robotics and More at Brainiacs Holiday STEM Camps in Nigeria

Kids love playing games on their parents’ phones, there’s no doubt about that. But there are some kids who recently learned how to create their own games! Brainiacs Robotics held non-resident Science,…

Youth for Technology Foundation Announces Plans to Train 6,000 Nigerian Girls in Technology like 3D Printing

While we often groan over so many of the overused adjectives and bits of jargon heard in the 3D printing industry on a constant and sometimes excruciating basis—from the revolutionary…

3D Printed Shapies Become Immensely Popular in Nigeria, Thanks to New Shapify Booth

Last year, Artec 3D unveiled a first in 3D printing: a 3D printed selfie, or “shapie” booth. The booth is something like a cross between a standard photo booth and an airport security…

3D Printing for Sustainable Economic Development in Africa

I’ve noticed a common refrain in today’s news cycle: in order to remain viable in the global economy, countries need to get behind 3D printing, and fast. Africa, which has…

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