Month: January 2019

3D print artificial heart

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According to Nicholas Cohrs, a doctoral student in the group led by Wendelin Stark, Professor of Functional Materials Engineering at ETH Zurich,”our goal is to develop an artificial heart that is roughly the same size as the patient’s own one and which imitates the human heart as closely as possible in form and function”.

https://www.unispital-basel.ch/ueber-uns/bereiche/medizinische-querschnittsfunktionen/kliniken-institute-abteilungen/departement-radiologie/kliniken-institute/klinik-fuer-radiologie-und-nuklearmedizin/zuweiser/3d-print-lab/article/article/detail/3d-druck-erleichtert-herzoperation-am-unispital-basel/?

https://www.eiseverywhere.com

https://www.ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2017/07/artificial_heart.html

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Axial3D Medical 3D Printing

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According to the 3D Print Lab at the University Hospital of Basel axial3D,” transforms how healthcare specialists across the globe access medical 3D printing. We create precisely, patient-specific 3D printed surgical planning models generated directly from patient CT and MRI scan data, the orthopedic auto-segmentation software module, 3D printed anatomical models facilitate a better understanding of abnormalities, encourage trailing of novel surgical techniques and improve the surgical outcome for patients. Providing a unique Online Ordering Portal to securely upload scans in minutes, our expert team use the latest 3D printing technology to create precise physical 3D printed models of your patient’s anatomy and deliver directly to the consultant”.

3D print finished textile

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According to Tamar Giloh, Tamicare CEO, “We are excited about the opportunity to work together with Fashion for Good. Tamicare being selected for the Scaling Programme is a great compliment and we are fully committed to working together with Fashion for Good toward important goals while leveraging our Cosyflex technology for the sake of good fashion industry.
Cosyflex, Tamicare’s 3D printing technology, uses additive manufacturing techniques to apply layers of raw materials which is water-based polymers to create finished textile products. This technique eliminates the wasteful and chemically hazardous processes of dying and cut-make-trim, shortening the supply chain with a sustainable and eco-friendly solution”.

http://www.tamicare.com/

https://fashionforgood.com/our_news/fashion-for-good-invites-tamicare-ltd-to-its-scaling-programme/

3-D printed feet for chicken

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According to engineering teacher Andrew Abissi and students at the West Michigan Aviation Academy Brockman, “We went in and took a couple preliminary measurements with calipers and then we were like, we’re going to 3-D print it with the things we have here at the school,

What we do is design 3-D models on (design software) SOLIDWORKS and email them to this computer here. This project has been a semester-long and a lot of error going into it, so the fact that they were able to continue to work hard has been a tremendous experience and learning opportunity”.
According to Diepstra “Really, she runs around the yard just like this. Like no problem, she can full-out sprint”.

https://www.woodtv.com/news/kent-county/students-design-3-d-printed-feet-for-chicken/1222887818

3D printed zero waste city

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Raw materials are scarce. The Healthy City researched how we can make better use of raw materials that are present in the city. View this animation. Do you want to know more about the Healthy City Monitor?
According to the “Print Your City” action, “citizens collect their plastic waste and place them in blue bins in order to recycle and convert it into valuable utilitarian objects for the city with the help of 3D printing technology. In this way, we decide as active citizens, we innovate, create and collectively contribute into making Thessaloniki a Zero Waste City”.

http://zerowastelab.amsterdam/

www.gezondestadmonitor.nl

https://www.printyourcitycoca-cola.gr/

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Internship Recap with William Henken

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https://sv3dprinter.com/

Our partnership with The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) is one to celebrate. We have an opportunity to collaborate on projects and also mentor students interested in 3D-printing and automotive manufacturing. This summer, a previous IACMI intern changed lanes and became a Local Motors intern ready to escape into the world of 3D-printing, … Continued

Source: Internship Recap with William Henken

The WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor

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I am using The WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor for months now.
It is fascinating to use the new editor. I love WordPress:)
I have so many sites. I love to customize all the time.
This is the reason I want to explain what kind of things I found out when I used new editor.
The WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor is good in so many ways. It has little bit flaws as every new editor has.
I think I noticed,

1 – We can not see the schedule for other posts.

2 – The time and date slot don’t have calendar kind of slot. you can write unlimited numbers. it is confusing and if you are in hurry it will mess up your scheduling time and date.

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3 – No, Read more button. If you break the post.

3D printing by performing print jobs up to 100 times faster

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This is the new method that uses two lights during the 3d printing process one side the resin hardens and another side is to help maintain its fluidity..According to The University of Michigan College of Engineering,” research budget is among the largest of any public university. This project was co-led by Timothy Scott, associate professor of chemical engineering and Mark Burns, T.C. Chang Professor of Engineering and professor of chemical engineering and biomedical engineering. A paper describing this research published in Science Advances, titled, “Rapid, continuous additive manufacturing by volumetric polymerization inhibition patterning.”

http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/1/eaau8723/tab-pdf

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