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3D printing used to make glass optical fiber preform

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According to Science News and John Canning who led the research team from the University of Technology in Sydney, “Making silica optical fiber involves the labor-intensive process of spinning tubes on a lathe, which requires the fiber’s core or cores to be precisely centered. With additive manufacturing, there’s no need for the fiber geometry to be centered. This removes one of the greatest limitations in fiber design and greatly reduces the cost of fiber manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing approaches such as 3D printing are well suited to change the entire approach to fiber design and purpose. This could, for example, broaden the applications of fiber optic sensors, which far outperform electronic equivalents in terms of longevity, calibration and maintenance but haven’t been widely deployed due to their expensive fabrication.”

 

3D printing used to make glass optical fiber preform

the University of New South Wales

 

 

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Physna: Compare thousands of 3D models in seconds

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Physna: Compare thousands of 3D models in seconds,
According to Physna’s CEO Paul Powers and Glenn Warner, “Through revolutionary artificial intelligence, Physna uses advanced algorithms to dissect and analyze 3D objects in the blink of an eye.
Many companies have collectively spent billions of dollars on this problem. The reason that Physna is the first to actually fix it is that we used a fundamentally different type of technology.
Compare your IP with others in seconds, ensuring that you’re using the correct models and nobody else is using your designs. Promptly determine if a 3D object matches your standards, allowing you to get to market quicker. Find any 3D object in seconds, old or new, helping to keep department and operation costs to a minimum. Compare any two models instantly and see exactly how much they match with total accuracy and reliability. We call those facets. Everything in nature can be broken down into triangles. We basically analyze the relationship of facets to each other and to the surrounding environment.”

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Physna raises $6.9 million to develop “Google of 3D models”

Fractal works 3D Printed sculpture at Mumbai Airport

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According to Fractal Works IMTEX 2019, “this is an excellent run at the event, and cannot stop talking about it! Hundreds thronged our stall wanting to learn more, and see what 3D printing is all about.
We had an eclectic mix of visitors including professionals from manufacturing, product design, engineering, teachers, entrepreneurs, interior designers, gifts and artifacts people, students, architects and all other kinds of backgrounds. One thing in common was that they were all really fascinated with the possibilities of 3D printing.”

 

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Carbon 3D print with Diamond technology

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Carbon 3D is really about to change the game with “Diamond technology,” the collaboration creates lattice design pads of resin that are custom built to a player’s dimensions and position. This is advanced manufacturing. The designs and manufactures to make protective gear for football and other games.
According to Carbon co-founder and CEO Joseph DeSimone “We scan heads, and then you’ve got the shell of the helmet. The gap between the head and the shell is now customized. That space is now custom to everybody, and we fill that space with a lattice that controls the impact of the sport. It allows you to get really great performance as you control the impact that the players see.”

3D Printed Baking Tools

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3D Printed Baking Tools. Sometimes we need a unique design for home-baked cookies.
It is always possible with the help of a 3D printer. We can use food-safe 3d printing silicone mold for our project.

According to Adafruit Industries, “Bake custom shaped cookies with crisp details! These cookies have patterned traces and sharp edges make that just look amazing! To make the patterns, we 3D printed our rolling pin with an embossed pattern. This was designed to be a sleeve that fits over a wooden rolling pin”.
We are using a recipe to bake cookies.
Shortbread Cookies Recipe:)

http://www.adafruit.com

http://www.joyofbaking.com/shortbread.

3D-Printed implants help grow real bone

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3D-Printed implants help grow real bone.
According to the researchers Paulo Coelho, DDS, MD, and Bruce Cronstein, MD,” explain that chemically coated, ceramic implants successfully guided the regrowth of missing bone in lab animals while steadily dissolving, which could benefit wounded veterans and children living with skull deformations since birth. Learn more about their work, recently featured in the Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine”.

 

https://nyulangone.org/press-releases/three-dimensional-printed-implants-shown-to-help-grow-real-bone

3D printing applications for dental and orthodontic labs

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According to Proto3000, “Increase your capacity and fuel business growth by embracing digital dentistry. Based on PolyJet technology, Dental Series 3D Printers deliver smooth surfaces and lifelike details in materials specially engineered for dental and orthodontic use. You can accurately 3D print surgical guides, veneer try-ins, stone models and a range of orthodontic appliances using 3D data from oral scans and CAD designs. Stratasys 3D printers are ideal for printing precise and detailed surgical guides to improve your organization’s efficiency and workflow”.

 

 

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