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Awesome to be green:)

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Awesome to be green:) 3D printing technology to be fully Eco-friendly.3D printing technology uses large amounts of energy, larger than the amount used by milling and drilling machines. If you think about failed prints you may somehow eventually recycle the plastic. Plastics products may take up to a thousand years to compost while PLA products […]

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Is 3D printing worth it?

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Is 3D printing worth it? According to, Marius Hornberger “A few real-world workshop examples that make use of 3D-printing. I hate how 3D printers are always advertised with the things they can make. Mostly figures or models of stuff that just looks cool in the first moment, but very few people actually need that. That’s […]

3D Printing News Alert(Health Canada’s 3D Printed Implantable Devices)

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Health Canada’s 3D Printed Implantable Devices. According to Health Canada, “This guidance document is intended to aid manufacturers and regulatory representatives in preparing medical device license applications for 3D printed medical devices. As with all Class III and IV medical devices, devices produced by additive manufacturing or 3D printing, are subject to the Medical Devices […]

3D Printing News Alert(3D printing companies and stocks)

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3D printing companies and stocks. According to Motley Fool Stock Advisor, “Investors should continue to focus on sales of 3D printers. This business is much more important than suggested by its contribution to overall revenue, which was 22.5% last quarter. Sales of 3D printers drive future sales of print materials, which sport higher margins than […]

NASA’S 3D printed habitat challenge

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According to NASA,” The 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge will culminate with a head-to-head subscale structure print May 1-4, 2019, and the awarding of an $800,000 prize purse. Media and the public will be invited to attend the event in Peoria, Illinois. Eleven team entries were scored and awarded points based on architectural layout, programming, efficient use […]

Responsible use of high-risk 3D Printed(The impact of 3D printing on indoor air quality)

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The impact of 3D printing on indoor air quality. According to Dr. Rodney Weber, Georgia Tech’s primary investigator of the research”Studies have shown that fused filament fabrication 3D printers designed for general public use emit high levels of ultrafine and fine particles. Preliminary tests within vivo, in vitro, and acellular methods for particles generated by […]