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Wearables, Fashion and Technology, What’s 3D Printing Got to Do With It?

The Internet of Things, flexible electronics, mass customization, augmentation, bionics and prosthetics, shape memory and programmable materials, sports devices and the Apple Watch. All these trendy tag terms – so different from each other – are somehow described and defined by and contained within the general idea of wearables. But what …

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Nano Dimension Opens New Nanoparticle Ink Production Facility

Nano Dimension opened a new nanoparticle ink production facility. Scientists at this facility will produce advanced nanoparticle conductive and dielectric inks for its DragonFly 2020 Pro, the company’s first commercial 3D printer for rapid prototyping of complex multilayer printed circuit boards (PCBs). The 8,600-square foot (800 square meters) facility is in Ness …

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New HealthFil Medical Grade Filaments to Shake up Medical 3D Printing

TreeD Filaments, a leading filament producer based in Italy, launches HealthFil, a new range of medical grade filaments developed specifically to meet the growing needs of the affordable medical 3D printing segment. In many areas of orthopedics, additive manufacturing represents the newest technological frontier, opening up several new opportunities in terms …

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Stratasys Further Advances Rapid Prototyping to Production Cycle with New J750 Materials

Stratasys if working to further consolidate its leadership in rapid prototyping and tooling applications by introducing new material compatibility for its flagship J750 full color, multi-material 3D printing solution, delivering additional functionality and versatility for rapid prototyping and tooling applications. Stratasys PolyJet Agilus30 rubber-like material and Digital ABS Plus engineering-grade material …

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SEEM[N]EST Art Installation at Tallinn Biennale Explores 3D Printing with Porous Clay Materials

A team of designers from Studio UnSeen, Tiia Vahula, Ljudmilla Georgijeva, Madis Kaasik, working with Newcastle University Experimental Architecture Group (Rachel Armstrong, Rolf Hughes, Simone Ferracina) built the SEEM[N]EST installation for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale curator exhibition (curated by Claudia Pasquero) to explore 3D printing in clay and how porous …

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