The 3D printer uses rays of light to make reusable

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According to assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley Hayden Taylor, “I think this is a route to being able to mass-customize objects even more, whether they are prosthetics or running shoes,
The fact that you could take a metallic component or something from another manufacturing process and add on customizable geometry, I think that may change the way products are designed”.

According to a graduate student Hossein Heidari,“Our technique generates almost no material waste and the uncured material is 100 percent reusable”.


3D print finished textile

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According to Tamar Giloh, Tamicare CEO, “We are excited about the opportunity to work together with Fashion for Good. Tamicare being selected for the Scaling Programme is a great compliment and we are fully committed to working together with Fashion for Good toward important goals while leveraging our Cosyflex technology for the sake of good fashion industry.
Cosyflex, Tamicare’s 3D printing technology, uses additive manufacturing techniques to apply layers of raw materials which is water-based polymers to create finished textile products. This technique eliminates the wasteful and chemically hazardous processes of dying and cut-make-trim, shortening the supply chain with a sustainable and eco-friendly solution”.

3d Print expo ( Pacific Design & Manufacturing California )

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Pacific Design & Manufacturing Anaheim California.
Pacific Design & Manufacturing Conference is about biodegradable materials will give our designs and business a competitive ( Eco-friendly) advantage.

Some of the main issues are…
Identifying Emerging Threats to Medical Devices.
Metal 3D Printer Installation & Capabilities.
Next-Generation Design for Additive Manufacturing.
Leading New Materials for 3D Printing.
February 6-8, 2018 | Anaheim Convention Center