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‘TripleCell’ shoe soles

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According to Katherine Petrecca, New Balance General Manager of Footwear at the Innovation Design Studio,” New Balance and Formlabs take a giant step forward in delivering on this vision with the announcement of TripleCell: a premium technology platform powered by Formlabs stereolithography (SLA) 3D printers and completely new material, Rebound Resin. TripleCell 3D printed shoe sole.”

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New Balance and Formlabs Collaborate to Drive Footwear Performance and Customization

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3D Printing News Alert(Bioengineered liquid cornea)

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For the fourth consecutive year, IISc has been ranked as India’s #1 university in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) Rankings released by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
According to the Bangalore-based biotechnology companyPandorum’s co-founder Dr. Tuhin Bhowmick, he has done Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science,” Bio-inspired Corneal ‘ink’ can be used as ‘Liquid Cornea’ for therapeutic application and to ‘print’ Corneal lenticule for human implantation – to treat visual impairment due to corneal defect”.

Indian Institute of Science
www.iisc.ac.in

http://www.pandorumtechnologies.com/

http://www.pandorumtechnologies.com/cornea.php

http://www.lvpei.org/

https://spinoff.com/cornea

3D Printing News Alert(Patented 3D technology regenerative breast implant)

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LATTICE MEDICAL is developing the first regenerative breast implant after cancer. It allows a natural and personalized breast reconstruction with a single and simple surgery. MATTISSE implant is made of bioabsorbable 3D printed biomaterials.

“Lattice Medical, a Hauts-de-France nugget supported by the Region, is developing an implantable bioprosthesis for breast reconstruction. An innovation that would allow thousands of women to recover, once breast cancer is over, life after illness. “

https://www.snitem.fr/startup2019

https://www.lattice-medical.com

https://www.3dmednet.com/users/14012-3dmednet/posts/42784-applications-of-3d-printing-in-oncology-breast-and-soft-tissue-reconstruction

3D Printing News Alert(3D print metamaterials with novel optical properties)

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3D print metamaterials with novel optical properties. The geometry of a moth’s eye provides inspiration for a 3D printed antenna that absorbs specific microwave frequencies from any direction.
According to Sameer Sonkusale, professor of electrical and computer engineering and Aydin Sadeqi, a graduate student in Sankusale’s lab at Tufts University’s School of Engineering who heads the Nano Lab at Tufts and is the corresponding author of the study, “The ability to consolidate functions using metamaterials could be incredibly useful. It’s possible that we could use these materials to reduce the size of spectrometers and other optical measuring devices so they can be designed for portable field study.
The full potential of 3D printing for MEGOs has not yet been realized. There is much more we can do with the current technology, and vast potential as 3D printing inevitably evolves”.

https://now.tufts.edu

3D Printing News Alert( Lung tissue bioprinting)

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According to bioengineers Jordan Miller of Rice University and Kelly Stevens of the University of Washington (UW) and included 15 collaborators from Rice, UW, Duke University, Rowan University and Nervous System, a design firm in Somerville, Massachusetts, assistant professor Miller from bioengineering at Rice’s Brown School of engineering,” one of the biggest roadblocks to generating functional tissue replacements has been our inability to print the complex vasculature that can supply nutrients to densely populated tissues. Further, our organs actually contain independent vascular networks — like the airways and blood vessels of the lung or the bile ducts and blood vessels in the liver. These interpenetrating networks are physically and biochemically entangled, and the architecture itself is intimately related to tissue function. Ours is the first bioprinting technology that addresses the challenge of multi vascularization in a direct and comprehensive way.”

https://news.rice.edu/2019/05/02/organ-bioprinting-gets-a-breath-of-fresh-air-2/?utm_source=Hero&utm_medium=organprint&utm_campaign=Hero%20Links

3D Printing News Alert(Ocean waste to create 3D-printed seashell sculptures)

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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”.

SV3DPrinter.com completed 5 years

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Thanks to our follower friends. SV3DPrinter.com,
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3D Printing News Alert(The IDTechEx Research report 3D Printing 2019-2029)

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According to the IDTechEx Research report,” 3D Printing 2019-2029: Technology and Market Analysis provides a comprehensive overview of established and new 3D printing technologies. The pressure from customers on printer manufacturers to develop printers that are capable of high volume output, finer resolution, and larger build volumes is unrelenting as more and more use cases become apparent. Key polymer and metal printing technologies are detailed and their specifications compared; thermoplastic extrusion, vat photopolymerization, SLS, DMLS, EBM, directed energy deposition (DED), and material and binder jetting — not to mention newly commercialized technologies from startups such as Desktop Metal and Markforged — are included”.

https://www.idtechex.com/research/

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/idtechex-research-offer-insights-3d-183500662.html