Month: November 2018

3D printing applications for dental and orthodontic labs

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According to Proto3000, “Increase your capacity and fuel business growth by embracing digital dentistry. Based on PolyJet technology, Dental Series 3D Printers deliver smooth surfaces and lifelike details in materials specially engineered for dental and orthodontic use. You can accurately 3D print surgical guides, veneer try-ins, stone models and a range of orthodontic appliances using 3D data from oral scans and CAD designs. Stratasys 3D printers are ideal for printing precise and detailed surgical guides to improve your organization’s efficiency and workflow”.

 

 

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Now would you like to eat 3D printed ‘Pasta'(3D Printed Food recipe (Chew ))

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Now would you like to eat 3D printed ‘Pasta

Please check the site and make decisions responsibly.

I just found this 3D printer food information something to read for ‘FUN’:)

I did research and include all kind of information I could have possibly found.
According to CGTN, “3D printer to create fun food designs. Using a may soon be eating pasta in the shape of a moon, a rose or even a Christmas tree – all made by a 3D pasta printer. It may seem like science-fiction, but the new printer is on show at Milan’s Expo. The specially designed food everyone’s preferred batter”.

According to Lynette Kucsma, Co-Founder of Natural Machines, “You can do so much specialisation and personalisation of food. So 3D food printing has many use cases – from home kitchens to Michelin star restaurants.”

http://www.china.org.cn/video/2015-05/05/content_35493932.htm

https://www.barillagroup.com/en/press-releases/pasta-future-it%E2%80%99s-printed-3d-barilla-previews-its-prototype-cibus-2016

https://www.naturalmachines.com/store

www.vodafone-institut.de

https://www.naturalmachines.com/foodini

https://static.naturalmachines.com/images/Natural-Machines-Foodini-Brochure.pdf

Would you like to eat iPhone 3D printed ‘Pancake'(3D Printed Food recipe (Chew ))

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Would you like to eat iPhone ‘Pancake’
3D printer to create fun breakfast food designs. Using a combination of compressed air pressure and vacuum suction, it reproduces drawings and designs on a 19 1/4″ L x 10 1/4″ W griddle by strategically dispensing one’s preferred batter.
According to the comments, “Downloaded a jpg then used the Pancake Painter software to trace the logo, setting the darkness level for each segment to give the right appearance. Saved to the SD card, then loaded on the printer. They made a few test pancakes to adjust settings. For the true test, There is photographed the pancake user made and sent it in an e-mail and asked the recipient if the design was identifiable. The answer came back: Pittsburgh Steelers logo. Success! Besides, the pancakes tasted good, too. Give yourself plenty of time. The process is not speedy. Part of the attraction is watching the pancake printer dispense the batter to give the shades you want based on the length of time the batter is on the grill. I’m anxious to cook it up when the kids come for breakfast”:)

https://www.amazon.com/PancakeBot-PNKB01BK-Food-Printer-Black/dp/B00VU3HUCW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1543206125&sr=8-1&keywords=The+3D+Pancake+Printer

Black
$251.98

    https://www.amazon.com/PancakeBot-PNKB01BK-Food-Printer-Black/dp/B00VU3HUCW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1543206125&sr=8-1&keywords=The+3D+Pancake+Printer

    https://www.amazon.com/PNKB01BOT4-PancakeBot-Batter-Bottles-Black/dp/B01M0KZZAO/ref=pd_rhf_dp_s_all_spx_wp_1_1?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01M0KZZAO&pd_rd_r=107f45fe-f42e-4880-9e34-7d55fb72f302&pd_rd_w=ymvZN&pd_rd_wg=Ay2Vx&pf_rd_i=desktop-rhf&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=fbf12e81-0f3a-494f-acdc-a6af96324f5b&pf_rd_r=S1E8JDV0B98T6SX89RRD&pf_rd_s=desktop-rhf&pf_rd_t=40701&psc=1&refRID=S1E8JDV0B98T6SX89RRD

    https://www.hammacher.com/product/3d-pancake-printer?cm_cat=ProductSEM&cm_pla=AdWordsPLA&source=PRODSEM&gclid=Cj0KCQiArenfBRCoARIsAFc1Fqd8OgqaJQ_RxtkJbQYX0RlD1xWTUuRRcMy4u8ZBEH66rvJ90YpUIowaAprsEALw_wcB

    3D Printed e-Motorcycle

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    According to the NOWLAB’s co-founder and Managing Director Daniel Büning,” they have developed the world’s first fully 3D printed and functional e-motorcycle, the NERA e-motorcycle by Marco Mattia Cristofori with Maximilian Sedlak. The NERA combines several innovations developed by NOWLAB, such as the airless tire, functional integration and embedded sensor technology. This bike and our other prototypes push the limits of engineering creativity and will reshape AM technology as we know it.”

    NOWLAB

    http://nowlab.cse.ohio-state.edu/

    3D Print and Veterans throughout the nation

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    According to the Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation (VACI),” recently launched the first nationwide medical 3D printing network through a collaboration with Stratasys, one of the largest manufacturers of 3D printers globally. As part of this effort, five 3D printers donated by Stratasys were installed in VA hospitals across the country, including Albuquerque, Boston, Orlando, San Antonio and Seattle”.

    Veterans throughout the nation.

    According to Garrett Grindle, a research scientist for HERL, says, “3D printing allows us an almost unlimited ability to customize the parts we need—because anything we can draw upon a computer, it can print out!””It’s really hard to make these devices in small quantities. 3D printing allows us to do that,” he tells us. Grindle also said that 3D printers make it easier to create contoured devices than current manufacturing techniques can. He cited a contoured joystick created by a HERL associate to fit the associate’s own hand and help him control his powered wheelchair. We want people to look at what people are using and say, ‘Wow! ‘That gear is as cool as a new cell phone. We’re doing this to get new technology into the hands of Veterans quickly’.

    https://www.cleveland.va.gov/

    3-D printing program creates customized products to assist Veterans in their rehabilitation

    VA center using 3D printing to create devices to help Veterans feel whole

    https://www.albuquerque.va.gov/pressreleases/3DOpenHouseRel040717.asp

    https://www.visn4.va.gov/herl-3d-printing.asp

     

    MSLA Dental 3D Printing

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    According to one of Structo’s founders Huub van Esbroeck, “We are revolutionizing digital dentistry by breaking through the speed limits of 3D printers today. The Structo DentaForm will open up a whole new range of dental applications that can now work with our lightning-fast Mask Stereolithography (MSLA) technology”.

    Homepage

    http://bit.ly/2lJAvEw

    Health Canada policies on 3D-printed devices

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    According to the Health Canada,” is pleased to announce that it is currently developing a draft guidance document to assist medical device manufacturers seeking to license 3D-printed devices.

    Increasingly, 3D printing (or additive manufacturing) has brought new innovations in medical devices for healthcare professionals and patients and has become integral to healthcare systems. Hospitals, which manufacture 3D-printed implantable medical devices for distribution beyond their institution, qualify as a manufacturer and have to comply with the same regulatory obligations as other medical device manufacturers”.

     

    https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-health-products/medical-devices/activities/announcements/3d-printing-notice.html