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New BioBots Gelatin Bioink Enables Bioprinting of Complex 3D Structures with High Viability

Many cell-encapsulating bioinks require choosing between high print fidelity or high biocompatibility. BioBots, manufacturer of the first affordable desktop bioprinter and commercial bioprinting materials, has developed a  new gelatin-based bioink which allows for bioprinting of complex 3D structures with high cell survivability rate. The company has also release a full report …

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Researchers at Neurotechnology Develop New Ultrasonic 3D Printing Process

The Ultrasound Research Group at Neurotechnology is developing a new, patent-pending ultrasonic 3D printing technology. This new technology will enable 3D printing and assembly of almost any type of object using a wide range of different materials and components. Because of the non-contact nature of ultrasonic manipulation, even small particles in the …

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Neotech AMT Announces Major Projects for 3DPE Fully Additive 3D Printed Electronics

Nuremberg, Germany based Neotech AMT is undertaking two new major projects to expand on the capabilities for its Fully Additive 3D Printed Electronics 3DPE technology. In the EU PENTA project “Hyb-Man”, 11 partners from Germany and the Netherlands will develop hybrid 3D manufacturing methods to enable flexible first time right production of …

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GKN Aerospace and ORNL Sign Five Year AM Research Deal

GKN Aerospace and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have signed a five-year research agreement focused on additive manufacturing. Utilizing the DOE’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at ORNL, this $17.8 million USD cooperative research and development agreement will advance the family of hugely promising additive manufacturing …

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Scientists Experiment with Nano 3D Printing to Help Patients Heal from Heart Attacks

In a major 3D printing story that attracted the attention of Newsweek (a magazine also known for writing articles claiming that 3D printing is over), a nano 3D printing technology generally known as Two-Photon Photopolymerization (2PP) was used by Brenda Ogle, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, …

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Three New Peer Reviewed Studies Explore Extrusion 3D Printing for Composites, Bioprinting and Manufacturing

As 3D printing technologies and materials rapidly expand, more and more research is being conducted in order tu fully understand the possibilities that even the most accessible and basic 3D printing processes can offer. Ever since open source plastic extrusion 3D printing (generally known as fused filament fabrication or FFF) …

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