The superhero of 3D printing
Disabled animals now have the chance to move freely thanks to 3D-printed prostheses. Maciej Szczepański, a fifth-year student of veterinary medicine at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, uses the Zortrax Inventure 3D printer to create prostheses tailored to the individual needs of a given animal.
3D Printing Trend Report 2022
Hubs has released its annual 3D Printing Trend Report that shows the 3D printing market is experiencing healthy growth after the initial decline due to COVID-19.
Selfridges installs robot to 3D print designer items from ocean plastic
One of London’s most iconic department stores is showcasing an ABB robot in its window display where shoppers can see it 3D printing a range of designer items using upcycled Parley Ocean Plastic.
Recycled glass waste used in 3D printing
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed the capability to use recycled glass in 3D printing, opening doors to a more environmentally sustainable way of building and construction.
3D-printed smart tiles could be the future of 5G+ technology
Researchers from Georgia Tech's College of Engineering have developed a novel and flexible solution to address the problem of 5G+ technologies being typically bulky and only available in limited sizes.
3D-printed fingertip gives robots a sense of touch
A highly sensitive, 3D-printed fingertip could help robots become more dexterous and improve the performance of prosthetic hands by giving them an in-built sense of touch.
3D electronics enables greater integration
3D electronics is an emerging manufacturing approach that enables electronics to be integrated within or onto the surface of objects.
Multifunctional laser handheld 3D scanner
SHINING 3D, a global provider of technologies for 3D digitisation and 3D inspection, expands its FreeScan UE series of blue laser Metrology 3D scanners with the FreeScan UE Pro.
Sustainable eyewear with 100% bio-based 3D printing
Materialise, a global provider of 3D printing solutions, paves the way towards a sustainable eyewear industry by expanding its range of materials to include Polyamide 11 (PA11).
3D printing goes large!
You can now print big! Really big! Up to 3M with igus! With the iglidur large format printing capabilities, 3D printed parts of up to 3M are now not a problem. With a variety of materials, including FDA materials, the possibilities are endless. In this short video, you can see large scale 3D printed parts being printed at igus’s facility in Germany.