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Zume Pizza cutting jobs

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Zume Pizza, Started four years ago in a Rex Manor industrial space, located at its Mountain View headquarters.

As reported by the San Jose Mercury News, “The company is now focusing on the packaging business and is “cutting 172 jobs in Mountain View, and eliminating another 80 jobs at its facility in San Francisco. The company expects some of these people will be able to apply for the 100 new jobs in its packaging business.”
According to Zume Pizza Chief Executive Alex Garden,” Zume Pizza is cutting 172 jobs in Mountain View and eliminating another 80 jobs at its facility in San Francisco.”

According to filings made with the state Employment Development Department, “Zume is terminating a total of 172 employees who worked out of the Mountain View headquarters at 250 Polaris Ave., as well as an additional 80 workers from the company’s San Francisco office. Other media outlets reported that 80 more Zume employees were let go from its office in Seattle. The total layoffs comprise 53% of Zume’s workforce, according to the company.”

 

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3D printed German car(LOCI)

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Accordingly, Daniel Buening, Chief Innovation Officer BigRep, “The vehicle consists of only 14 3D printed parts. The development, from an idea to a finished product, only took 12 weeks, It means that you can design and produce faster. You can print the parts that you need on-demand.
And you can also look at the sustainability aspect: moving spare parts around the world won’t be needed if you produce them locally in the factories instead of flying them across the world.

And you can also look at the sustainability aspect: moving spare parts around the world won’t be needed if you produce them locally in the factories instead of flying them across the world.
We can clearly see that the industry is under pressure. We can see that the technology of today results in large storage spaces, huge distribution networks and problems with transportation. The problems stem from the fact that we have a mass-production system. And mass production is only necessary because we need casting forms and injection casting forms (used in manufacturing) and large machines that need to be set. 3D printing is an alternative to that. We save time, costs and we can put the production in any part of the world.”

Similarly, CGTN’s words,” German 3D company BigRep has created a fully 3D printed car called LOCI. Normal car production is a time-consuming process, but in LOCI’s case, the whole process took only 12 weeks. 3D printed vehicles can also be customized. For example, tall people can order cars with more headspace.

Right now, LOCI is just a prototype. It will be fitted with an electric motor at the start of 2020, and test drives will take place soon after.”

German 3D company creates prototype of fully 3D printed car

3D Printing Resin for Night Guards and Splints

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KeySplint Soft™ Clear by Keystone Industries®, a Unique 3D Printing Resin for Night Guards and Splints Available Exclusively on the Carbon® Digital Manufacturing Platform, Cleared for Sale by U.S. FDA. According to Keystone Industries, “They developed industry-leading products like Diamond D® high-impact denture base, the Pro-Form® line of thermoplastics, innovative and patent-protected laboratory offerings, such as Enamelite ceramic spray glazes and the winner of Dental Advisor’s top product of the year, our Gelato prophy paste. Keystone has spent nearly three decades formulating and producing biocompatible, cutting-edge, patented photopolymer resins for dental and cosmetic nail applications. Keystone maintains FDA licensing, ISO 13485 (medical device) and 22716 certifications, along with GMP certification and international product registrations.”

KeySplint Soft™ Clear by Keystone Industries®, a Unique 3D Printing Resin for Night Guards and Splints Available Exclusively on the Carbon® Digital Manufacturing Platform, Cleared for Sale by U.S. FDA

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Dubai’s 3D Printed building is the largest in the world

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From comments,
Brian t.
1 month ago
It’s more affordable housing, and it heats and cools the house with less energy, no more paying $150,000 and up for a really nice home, and it will bring back the concrete industry 🙏.

Matthew Garcia
2 weeks ago
Wow!!! I’m amazed! I really got to do this 3d printing i have a few dream homes that i want to build. I’m glad i watched this. Pretty sure my homes would cost millions doing it the old ways. Thanks.

Mohamad Al Amen Hijazi
5 years ago
That is amazing. I like 3d printing too. I’m dreaming to have small 3d printing machine. Actually I discovered this in Qatar when I was working on my invention. we just prepared the 3d drawing and the machine did it. we add some drawing and reshaping and it was real. Making a houses by 3d printing is some thin i cant imagine but its looks like real too,

Morgan Sloatman
3 years ago
I am so excited to see more in the future from this technology! Especially in the medical or art professions!

TheVideoGamerKing
5 years ago
Its a Awesome Technology 3D printing cant wait for 4D printing

Mafia Boy
1 year a
go
I wish to print my own house at low cost with my own design and customize to my needs
i wish this will come true soon

Daniel Teniza
1 year ago
welcome to the future. I work in construction and innovation is always very welcome.

Sawa Marc andre
1 year ago
One of the greatest invention I Have ever seen

Sakja
3 years ago
One 3D printer just made an office building in Dubai in just 17 days.

Some worries,

Bill Beis
4 years ago
humans being broke and unemployed in their new 3d printed houses 🙂

MercilessHobo
4 years ago
What about hvac, plumbing, electrical, insulation, etc?

You still need carpenters, plumbers, electricians and so forth to build out the rest of the house… this is just building the framework..
Likely mixed in w structural mud (concrete)
It’ll take longer
24 hours though I’m sure. Windows, insulation, painting, essential furnishing like a bathtub, plumbing, electrical wiring, blah blah blah… I don’t think the 3D printer will do any of that.
What is your opinion?

 

This building in Dubai is the largest 3D-printed structure in the world — and it took just 3 workers and a printer to build it

3D Printing Event Anaheim 2020

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As reported by, Advanced Manufacturing Events, “Are you implementing 3D Printing at your company? Do you need technical education and expert advice to make major business decisions? Whether you’re an engineer working in aerospace, a C-suite executive in manufacturing, or any other type of professional looking for solutions to streamline operations, the Automation Technology Expo (ATX) West will give you the education and connections needed to make the right choices for your projects or business. Get your free expo pass.”

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3D Printed Lamborghini for Christmas

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As said by Katia Bassi,” Chief Marketing and Communication Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, commented that: “Lamborghini is against any attempt at counterfeiting. However, a true story of such authentic passion deserves to be featured, which is why we chose to tell of Sterling’s and Xander’s project in our 2019 Christmas video”.

As specified by Lamborghini, “Love is sharing a passion with those who you care the most for, like Sterling and his son do. But when you are a Lamborghini Real Lover, your passion becomes a true story. Especially on Christmas. ”

Family 3D-printing a Lamborghini gets a REAL Aventador for Christmas