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The world’s first 3D printed brake caliper

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The world’s first 3D printed brake caliper. According to Volkswagen Group, “The world’s largest 3D printed titanium pressure functional component ever produced on one of the most powerful brake test benches on the market! This is what it looks like when Bugatti prepares its first printed titanium brake caliper for series production.” From comments, Niels […]

3D-printed bathroom

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​NTU Singapore develops technology that can 3D-print a bathroom unit within a day According to Assoc Prof Tan Ming Jen,” 3D-printing a bathroom unit could help manufacturers halve their production time while lowering transport costs, carbon emissions, and materials wastage. Less space is required to create and store the same number of PBUs in land-scarce […]

Air NZ uses a 3D printer for speedy

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Air NZ uses a 3D printer for speedy. According to Air New Zealand,” has teamed up with components and systems provider Moog, Microsoft and ST Engineering on a world-first experiment which has the potential to transform aerospace supply chains by leveraging 3D printing and Moog’s blockchain enabled VeriPart™ process to create a point of use, […]

Surgeons in Australia 3D print a woman’s jaw

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Surgeons in Australia 3D print a woman’s jaw:) https://www.reuters.com/video/2018/12/05/surgeons-in-australia-3d-print-a-womans?videoId=488580859 https://binged.it/2EgwjGQ