According to BigRep CEO Stephan Beyer, Ph.D.,” Our BANYAN ECO WALL is adopting nature’s principle with a complex, smart, and elegant design only achievable with AM. Traditional technologies such as milling or injection molding cannot deliver this level of complexity and dual functionality. For the first time, thanks to AM and advanced CAD software, it is now possible to create complex functional designs within a fully digitized process chain.” BigRep CIO and NOWLAB Managing Director Daniel Büning add, “Generative design software was crucial in the creation of the BANYAN ECO WALL to optimize the structure for printability and stability while allowing a rapid iterative design process. This prototype will push the boundaries of AM not only in irrigated plant systems, such as in vertical farming and green facades but for any application requiring embedded functionalities.”
Ohio officials seek to promote 3D-printing of prosthetics via law change.
According to Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, during a Statehouse news conference on Thursday, “Aaron is providing an innovative and creative solution to a problem that he and many other people face, and I don’t want outdated laws to stand in his or anyone else’s way.”
According to some comments from the video,”
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Anyone with a 3D printer can also help others by modifying and 3D printing these prosthetics. It’s available.
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Such a simple design no electronic parts why aren’t these being used more.
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I have a robotics class in my high school, and the entire class has to build some with the tools they learned from previous years. I am the only one that is making a fully functional 3D printed arm.
Saud Md. Munwar
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Yes, this man is really working for mankind.
Salut Guillermo Martinez.
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Bravo! 3D printing can be so much more than toys. This is a wonderful project ❤
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Besides being a good person he is a hero to help those who can not afford expensive robotic limbs…😗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😗😗
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Robotic Hand building is tough.
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So a young guy who took a 3D design from the internet and is giving a custom printed version to people around the world for free, comments are praising him like a god wtf.”
According to Army Technology, “3D printing in the defence manufacturing: issue 100 of Global Defence Technology out now. Global Defence Technology is back for a special celebratory 100th issue, as always packed with the latest industry news and analysis. In this issue, we explore the potential of additive manufacturing for defence applications, speak to Airbus about its involvement in the new DSEI Space Hub launching this year, and more.”
According to EDA’s ground-breaking project, “Additive Manufacturing Feasibility Study & Technology Demonstration. Aims to assess the areas where Additive Manufacturing (AM) (3D-printing) can have a positive impact on defence capabilities and to demonstrate its feasibility. In the morning of 31 May 2017, the 3D-printing lab was loaded on-board a Spanish C-130 and completed a successful 30-minute flight. This test was pivotal to examining the feasibility of the facility to be deployed by air. After landing, the lab and its equipment were inspected and found to have encountered no issues from the airlift.”
UAE’s first 3D-printed knee replacements. According to Dr. Matthias Honl, he has been using the technology since 2008 in Austria and a consultant orthopedic surgeon and head of the Joint Replacement Unit at Burjeel Hospital for Advanced Surgery, Dubai, “The procedure is simple and makes use of a CT scan to size up the patient’s knee before the implant is even manufactured. It then prints a wax mold of the implant based on the dimensions of the patient’s knee, which is used as a model for the implant itself. I am happy that the technology found its way to be available for our patients in the Gulf region.
Both patients complained of extreme pain. After assessing their condition, we decided to have customized knees for each of them, using 3D technology”.
Stratasys first quarter 2019 financial results. According to Elchanan (Elan) Jaglom, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Stratasys,“We are pleased with our first quarter top-line results, and are particularly encouraged by the continuation of the strong performance we have seen in North America over the last several quarters, demonstrating steady adoption of our systems and materials in our largest market. We are also pleased with our non-GAAP profitability in the first quarter, demonstrating our continued commitment to controlling expenses and delivering shareholder value. Our recent new product introductions are generating significant interest from our customers and expanding our addressable markets, and we look forward to additional announcements as we move through 2019 and into 2020.”
Ocean waste to create 3D-printed seashell sculptures. According to Rotterdam-based research and design studio, ‘the new raw’ has conceived a pioneering project which transforms ocean waste into digitally crafted sculptures. the initiative, which repurposes abandoned fishing nets and processes them into threadlike filaments to create design objects, raises awareness of the environmental issues of marine plastic pollution”.
According to 3D printing company re 3D’s co-founder, Matthew Fiedler, “You now have access to large-scale 3D printers. The Houston company opened its community space in its factory located next to the NASA Johnson Space Center in southeast Houston.
The company makes an affordable and customizable 3D printer, called the Gigabot, and has clients across industries in over 50 countries.
A hidden scientific gem resides at Southwestern Adventist University: more than 20,000 dinosaur bones and precious prehistoric data. In the university’s Dinosaur Museum and Research Center, a Gigabot is being used to 3D print bones.
Greneker is a leader in the world of custom mannequin design and manufacturing, and they’re staying competitive in the fast-moving apparel marketplace with the help of 3D printing. Their Los Angeles office has a dedicated 3D printer room which is home to four Gigabots”.
The Art Of Dessert. According to Liz Von Hasseln and her husband, Kyle (Sugarlab),”talk about their 3D sugar design business.
Not all art hangs in museums. This season on The Art Of we put a magnifying glass on burlesque, dessert, hair, fashion, holidays and costume design”.
According to HP’s press center and Christoph Schell, President of 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP Inc, “More than 10 million parts produced using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology in the last year.
HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D printers for functional prototyping are now shipping in volume with new customers such as Daimler Trucks North America.
HP’s Metal Jet Production Service is now widely available, enabling customers to upload designs and produce production-grade metal parts in large quantities.
We are seeing an explosion of new applications across industries taking advantage of the design freedom, superior economics, speed, and industrial-grade quality unlocked by HP and its partners. As we continue to expand our plastics and metals portfolio across both prototyping and production and build out our community of global partners, we are helping customers save money, accelerate time to market, and improve sustainability as they progress on their digital manufacturing journey”.
According to a joint venture program,” Thermwood and Bell have pushed the limits of 3D printing, resulting in what Thermwood believes is the largest 3D printed autoclave capable tool ever made. This mold, for an 18 1/2 foot long helicopter blade, and is comprised of two halves, which fit together to form the blade”.
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