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The Paris Air Show

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The Paris Air Show

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3d Printing is transferring this generation to next generation with new innovations. The Paris Air Show is full of ideas about next generations aircraft and space vehicle.

We all have curiosity what  will be the next idea, what kind of advanced material will be and how much the cost. 🙂

June 19 – 25, 2017

The Paris Air Show

 

http://www.stratasys.com/en/pas17

 

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3D print Jobs ( Neo Metrix )

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3D  print   Jobs ( Neo Metrix )


If you have any idea or new technology in mind. Neo Metrix is asking to do project with them. 🙂

http://3dscanningservices.net/contact-neometrix/

3D Printed American girl Doll

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3D Printed American girl Doll


Every little girl’s favorite, one of the  doll is American girl doll or doll who looked like her.

 

Makies FabLab” App

https://mymakie.com/

 

3D printed sensors can help us find parking spot

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3D printed sensors can help us find parking spot


Every time  whenever we go to popular city, our first question is where we are going to park the car. It  is hassle to find parking spot in big cities even though it is paid parking.

Sometimes all the parking lots are full, sign says no parking . So keep mood happy  before going to crowded place why don’t we take 3d printed sensor with us and have a good fun time!!!!

Dutch startup Parkeagle  is making parking easier for drivers. They are using  smart sensors and 3D printing to help parking spots SLS to FDM 3D printing, which helped to cut down on both production costs and overall production time.

They connect wireless USB device  for 3D printed  platform. Formide, and Katana   both are apps for free slicing. PARKEAGLE, was able to help the startup create physical models of its designs to show to potential investors while further developing and optimizing the sensor enclosure design.

PARKEAGLE  participated in competition, which took place in Amsterdam this past September. 🙂

http://www.parkeagle.com/

 

 

3D Printer in Space

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3D Printer in Space
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They use micro gravity. they are making keep sacks,it takes hour and hour and half to make an object.
“It’s not only the first part printed in space, it’s really the first object truly manufactured off planet Earth, Where there was not an object before, we essentially ‘teleported’ an object by sending the bits and having it made on the printer. It’s a big milestone, not only for NASA and Made In Space, but for humanity as a whole.”

“An astronaut might be installing it on the printer,” says Mr. Aaron Kemmer, he is the chief executive officer of Made In Space in Nasa.

“As we print more parts we’ll be able to learn whether some of the effects we are seeing are caused by microgravity or just part of the normal fine-tuning process for printing,” Werkheiser said in a NASA news release. “When we get the parts back on Earth, we’ll be able to do a more detailed analysis to find out how they compare to parts printed on Earth.” Niki Werkheiser,he is program manager in Nasa.
This has layer and top of the layer more layers.It has 25 to 30 layers.

Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) 3D Printing Food for Space Missions

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Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) 3D Printing Food for Space Missions

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Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) is developing technology for 3D printing food for space missions.  Astronauts typically do not get the type of food that we take for granted here on earth every day.  They get food in pouches that has very different flavor and texture compared to the food we eat daily on earth.  Also storing the food in the pouches for long term causes degradation in its nutrients.

SMRC is using 3D printing technology to provide astronauts in space with food similar to what we eat here on earth.  Also, their technology introduces nutrition supplements to compensate for any degradation due to long storage.  Also, if someone fell sick in space, their technology will be able to 3D print therapeutic food.

SMRC has demonstrated the technology by 3D printing pizza.  The 3D printer first dispenses pizza dough on a hot plate.  The dough is cooked and then pizza sauce and cheese is dispensed.  This technology could be critical if we had long term space missions in future, for example, a mission to Mars.

 

http://systemsandmaterials.com/technologies/3d-printed-food/

 

 

http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/home/feature_3d_food_prt.htm

 

http://www.space.com/21308-3d-printing-nasa-space-food.html