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Jenny Wu’s 3D Printed Catena Necklace Becomes Part of LACMA’s Collection (Video)

As first reported by 3DPrint.com, LACE by Jenny Wu, the leading 3D printing luxe jewelry line, have collaborated with ExOne, a global technology leader for industrial grade additive manufacturing, to produce one of the first fully 3D printed, interlocking designer steel necklace of its kind. Entitled Catena, this architecturally inspired, geometrically complex necklace …

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US Navy and ORNL Use BAAM to Build Entire 3D Printed Submarine Hull

Planes, automobiles, and…submarines? Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) just made a big splash with its latest application of 3D printing. Through a partnership with the Navy’s Disruptive Technology Lab and the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), the team at ORNL’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility (MDF) created the military’s first 3D printed submarine …

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METROPOLE 3D Prints Life Size Corto Maltese for 50th Anniversary of Comic Book Series

Paris-based sign and display company, METROPOLE, 3D printed this life-size replica of the much-loved Corto Maltese – an Italian adventure comic book series named after the an enigmatic sea captain. Marking 50 years since the series started entertaining European fans, the stunning model was produced to demonstrate 3D printing’s power …

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FDA Approves EIT Cellular Titanium 3D Printed Implants for Commercialization

Emerging Implant Technologies GmbH (EIT), a German medical device manufacturer exclusively focused on creating innovative technologies for spinal application by utilizing additive manufacturing, has received full approval from the FDA to commercialize its EIT Cellular Titanium spinal interbody product offerings for ALIF, TLIF, PLIF and Cervical procedures. EIT Cellular Titanium …

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ASTM F42, a Vision for Standardizing the Additive Manufacturing World

Due to the horizontal nature of the market, the need for shared standards in the additive manufacturing industry is, in many ways, even more relevant than in traditional manufacturing industries. For the first time ever, the largest Standard developers in North America and Europe, ASTM and ISO, have joined forces …

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