3D Printing News Briefs: October 10, 2018

It’s business news as usual to kick things off in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then we’re moving on to a little medical and metal 3D printing news, followed…

Layla the Rhino’s Surgery Goes Smoothly Thanks to Some Help from 3D Printing

Layla, a seven-year-old, 2,300-pound black rhino at Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, hasn’t been feeling so well lately. Anyone who has ever suffered from an impacted molar, like Layla has been,…

R&D Aspects of 3D Printed Prosthetics

A prosthetic is an artificial device that replaces a missing body part. The most commonly known type of prosthetic is limb prostheses, but other types such as craniofacial prostheses and…

CES 2017: Day Two in 3D Printing & 3D Scanning Shows More Hardware, More Focus

On Friday, CES 2017 was again in full swing following a very busy day one — many exhibitors braced themselves for what they had heard would be the busiest day…

Think 3D Printing Won’t Be in the Spotlight at CES 2017? Think Again!

This Thursday marks the official opening of the 50th annual CES event, and 3DPrint.com is thrilled that we’re going to be in attendance this year. In 2016, we traveled around the…

3D Printing at CES 2017

I’m traveling to Las Vegas today for my annual pilgrimage to CES. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s the USA’s largest trade show. Over 165,000 people will attend the event to see…

WhiteClouds and TeraRecon Partner to Bring 3D Print Packs to the Medical World

We’ve seen WhiteClouds tackling nearly everything in 3D print, from making 3D printed maps via drone data to entering into the gaming realm in acquiring Sandboxr, to creating a 3D…

3D Print Maps from Drone Data with WhiteClouds’ 3DYourMAP, Available from DroneDeploy’s New Drone App Store

Drones are everywhere these days, saving lives, delivering pizzas, capturing incredible images, and more. According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report, the global commercial market for commercial drone applications is likely…

WhiteClouds Goes for the Gold, Using 3D Printing to Perfect Design for the Gold Claw

The Gold Rush may have ended more than a century ago, but one technique commonly used by the prospectors of the 1800s is still around today – albeit more as…

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