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3D Food Printing’s creativity feed the World

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We always think about what is the 3D Printers are. Is it worth to read or buy or not. We always think about it is looks like a mystery. For me, 3D printers are the mystery too. But it is not. It is wonderful to know and read about 3D printers.
More we read and watch 3D printing videos more we want too.

I think it will be amazing 3D Food Printing feed the World.
According to Global1 News Network Japan, “A 3D printer that makes edible sushi was exhibited at this year’s SXSW (South by Southwest) 2018 in Texas”.

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Global Dental 3D Printing Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022

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2014 when i started sv3dprinter.com, i had little knowledge about 3D printing.

Now 2017, we have many 3D and 4D,5D Printing companies. Day by day we are learning new things about 3D Printing.:)

This report studies the global Dental 3D Printing market, analyzes and researches the Dental 3D Printing development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like Concept Laser GmbH EnvisionTEC, Inc. 3D System, Inc. Stratasys Ltd. DWS Systems EnvisionTEC Inc. EOS GmbH […]

via Global Dental 3D Printing Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 — Professional Industry Market Research

3D Printing a Bridge Over Amsterdam Canal Using Robotic Arms

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3D Printing a Bridge Over Amsterdam Canal Using Robotic Arms

A startup MX3D has disclosed plans to 3D print a bridge over an Amsterdam canal.  MX3D has previously used 3D printers to build smaller structures.  The bridge would be their first 3D printed large structure. The bridge will be 3D printed by robotic arms.  The robotic arms will heat metal to very high temperature and use the heated metal to build the bridge.  The robotic arms will be supported by the bridge as it is built. This is fascinating since the robotic arms will build their own support structure as they walk across the bridge. According to Joris Laarman, the designer of the bridge, “This bridge will show how 3D printing finally enters the world of large-scale, functional objects and sustainable materials while allowing unprecedented freedom of form. The symbolism of the bridge is a beautiful metaphor to connect the technology of the future with the old city, in a way that brings out the best of both worlds.” MX3D and the City of Amsterdam will announce the exact location of the bridge soon.

The construction for this bridge will start by 2017.

This technology will allow complex constructions in dangerous places, for example, on high buildings.:)

http://mx3d.com/projects/bridge/

http://money.cnn.com/2015/06/16/technology/3d-printed-bridge/

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/06/17/business/tech/robot-3-d-print-amsterdam-bridge/#.VaSJsPncijE