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Macedonian fashion designer Irina Tosheva has used 3D printing to create unique pieces for her latest collection, 'Riza", which has been showcased at events in Kosovo and Macedonia. The designer worked with MK3D, a Macedonian 3D printing service provider, to print the pieces on a Zortrax 3D printer.
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Fuel3D, a 3D capture and imaging company based in Oxford, UK, has been awarded €1.7 million in funding from the SME instrument branch of the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. The funds will be used to support Fuel3D's face-scanning system for customized eyewear.
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Autodesk has just revealed that Memento, their 3D mesh developing beta program, has graduated and has become an official Autodesk product called ReMake, packed with automated tools for generating high resolution 3D images.
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HP has just revealed that they will be working together with Arkema through their Open Platform to develop new 3D printable materials for their groundbreaking Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer.
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A team of Scottish scientists from the Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh are working on a 3D bioprinting project to realize lab-grown brain tumors, which can be used during laboratory testing of new medicines and treatment methods.
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In a milestone moment for the British National Health Service (NHS), surgeons have used a 3D printed replica of a patient's cancerous prostate to aid surgery on the gland. The procedure was carried out at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust in London.
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3D printing electronics company Nano Dimension has partnered with biotech firm Accellta to create a high-speed, high-precision 3D bioprinter for stem cells. The companies have just announced they have successfully lab-tested a proof of concept for the 3D bioprinter, which could have a big impact on the industry.
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With 3D printing and drone technologies steadily advancing, the two fields are becoming increasingly entwined as drone makers find 3D printing to be a useful way of developing UAVs. Here again, we see the two technologies coming together in a collaborative effort by CRP Technology and Parrot to create the Bebop 2, a high performance leisure drone.
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Stratasys has just set up the very first MakerBot Innovation Center in the Asia Pacific region, which is attached to PolyU in Hong Kong and will provide students with all the knowledge and skillsets they need to prepare for future careers.
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Leapfrog XceL 3D printer jumps higher than most with 530x500x2300mm build area
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Leapfrog, a Netherlands-based 3D printer manufacturer, has launched its XceL 3D printer, a large-format machine with a build area of up to 530 x 500 x 2300mm. The XceL features a closed environment and dual extrusion system, and can be controlled via smartphone.
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I wonder how many more prints will fail now? My LeapFrog Creatr can't really complete anything but the smallest prints without the extruders starting to overheat and slip.

Someday, I'll upgrade them... but for now, it does great on small jobs only.
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