DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer

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The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer is very efficient it can help to reduce work hours.

According to Nano Dimension’s CEO Amit Dror,” shortens development to hours and days unlike traditional methods that take weeks and months”.

 

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3D Printed Nano Dimension

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Nano Dimension, showing a 3D printed PCB with embedded LED components produced on the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer.

 

The top 100 Women in 3D Printed Wearables

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3D printed apparels, Sylvia Heisel is a fashion designer and creative director working with new materials, manufacturing and physical computing for fashion and wearables.

According to the team, “ Women of Wearables have compiled a list of the top 100 women in wearable and consumer tech. The only way to change the industry is to be part of the industry without female role models, women cannot be what they cannot see.”
Sylvia Heisel was named one of the “12 Amazing People in New York Fashion Tech”.

Sylvia Heisel and their team focused on to build the software and infrastructure necessary for other designers and brands to 3D print clothing.

 

https://www.womenofwearables.com/new-blog/wow-woman-sylvia-heisel-fashion-designer-and-creative-director

3D food printing help people with chewing difficulties

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Mr. Kück is the owner of the German food company Biozoon.

According to Mr. Kück PERFORMANCE technology would mean a significant step forward from the mash of blended foods typically served. “We found that because the meals are more appealing in terms of appearance and taste, people look forward to eating again”.

Favourite food for special needs.:)

https://ec.europa.eu

Solar powered 3D printers and clean water

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Dr Mazher Mohammed, research fellow at Deakin’s School of Engineering, heads up the team developing the 3D printer prototype.

“This kind of 3D technology can be used to rapidly replace broken plastic seals, pipes and other devices essential for water supply or sanitation. This is critical as many disaster zones and developing areas do not have reliable access to power,” Dr Mohammed said.

“The important part of this project is its sustainability. Not only will the printer be able to use plastic rubbish found nearby, but it will also run off a solar powered battery.”

“This technology really lends itself to developing countries, where plastic waste has exceeded the capacity of governments to manage it,” Mr Rankin said. He’s the plan Australia’s Manager for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.

“If we can prove the concept and get the technology working well, it can be used across a raft of different fields, not just water and sanitation. Really, you’re only limited by your imagination about what you can print. The potential for this is amazing.” 🙂

 

http://www.deakin.edu.au

Aerospace 3D Printing Market: Growth in Aerospace and Defense Industry to Spur Market Growth — Market Research (BLOG)

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​Aerospace 3D printing Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024” is the latest market research study that has been added by Transparency Market Research. The study talks in detail about the global landscape of the market for aerospace 3D printing. The report offers a thorough assessment of the […]

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Nike’s 3D printed shoes for NFL

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Nike’s contribution to the NFL will soon extend beyond Color Rush uniforms and two-tone helmets. The shoe and apparel giant is working with HP to develop shoes that can be manufactured by NFL teams with 3D printers, via itbusiness.ca. The process of rapid prototyping will allow for adjustments and customizations to be made quickly and […]

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