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BCN3D and DesignBox3D Building a global #OPENSOURCE #AdditiveManufacturing Future. Castelldefels, SPAIN

By Preet Jesrani President & CEO, DesignBox3D BCN3D & DesignBox3D – Building a global #OPENSOURCE #AdditiveManufacturing Future. Castelldefels, SPAIN Three years is a lifetime in the Additive Manufacturing industry – that is how old we are. With over 430 companies competing in the desktop 3DPrinting segment, choosing the right solution for your prototyping and fabrication needs […]

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AMBER Researchers Develop New 3D Bioprinting Technology to Make Alternatives to Bone Grafts

Researchers in AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland funded materials science centre, hosted in Trinity College Dublin, have created a process to support 3D printing of new bone graft material. This world first research, led by Professor Daniel Kelly and recently published in the journal Advanced Healthcare Materials, could be used to regenerate large defects caused […]

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Harvard Researchers “EMB3D Print” the First Autonomous, Entirely Soft Robot

Powered by a chemical reaction controlled by microfluidics, 3D-printed ‘octobot’ is a soft robot wihich has no electronics A team of Harvard University researchers with expertise in 3D printing, mechanical engineering, and microfluidics has demonstrated the first autonomous, untethered, entirely soft robot. This small, 3D-printed robot — nicknamed the octobot — could pave the way […]

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Ourobotics CEO Jemma Redmond Dies Unexpectedly

Ourobotics CEO Jemma Redmond, one of the most outspoken and forward thinking professionals in the young low cost 3D bioprinting industry, has reportedly died unexpectedly yesterday, August 16th. As founder of bioprinting startup Ourobotics, Jemma has been working on a low cost bioprinter capable of working with up to 10 different materials. Through her blogs […]

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3D Printed Rhino Horn by Bioprinting Startup Pembient Is for Real (Kinda)

Sometimes you read news on generalist media about 3D printing and it’s hard to understand whether it is something real or just media hype. Most of the times it is media or social media hype (or inverse hype as in the recent “3D printing is dead” cases) especially when it concerns bioprinting applications. One of […]

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PEEK 3D Printing Now a Primary Focus for Roboze One+400 FDM 3D Printer

The Roboze One+400 is a powerful industrial 3D printer that enables the use of advanced thermoplastic materials for additive manufacturing applications. That means the ability for PEEK 3D printing on an accessibly priced desktop FDM 3D printing system. The Roboze One+400 presents two new unique features: A beltless mechanical movement system – a patented mechatronic […]

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Cellular Agriculture Innovators Meet in San Francisco for First-Ever New Harvest Conference

The world’s leading cellular agriculture innovators are taking part in the first-ever global conference devoted to the animal-free food economy: New Harvest 2016 in San Francisco Cellular agriculture is an emerging field where agriculture products are made from cell cultures. New Harvest, the leading non-profit that is accelerating the revolution around animal products made without animals, announced that […]

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I Met CELLINK’s Erik Gatenholm Totally by Chance and It Was INKredible

Those who followed my articles on 3DPI might remember the weird set of incredible coincidences that seemed to follow me in my travels around the work of 3D printing. It seemed the weirdness was slowing down lately instead things just got much, much stranger as I have just run into Erik Gatenholm, Co-Founder and CEO […]

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Nanoscribe’s 3D Printer Established On The US Market

In June, the 3D printer manufacturer Nanoscribe held its first user meeting in the US at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In collaboration with the institution’s Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS), which makes a Nanoscribe laser lithography system available both to internal and external users in its multi-user facility, the market and technology leader invited […]

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AM Europe Show, the Biggest Announcements in Photos

Even though the first edition was a difficult – but necessary – transition from the consumer-focused 3DPrintshow to a more professional level trade show, the first AM Europe show can be considered a success. Not many visitors, numerically speaking, but a much more qualified professional target which makes for better business. For many companies – […]

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