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London-based architect Gilles Retsin has been working with a team of students from UCL Bartlett to explore discrete or digital fabrication processes. The research has consisted of creating a number of stunning pieces of furniture, one of which was 3D printed.
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London-based 3D printing startup Nixtek is hoping to make its mark on the 3D printing world with its full-color NIX 3D printer. The 3D printer, which has color-blending capabilities, is going for as low as £749 ($900).
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Local Motors' autonomous 3D printed 'Olli' bus heads to Germany with Deutsche Bahn http://www.3ders.org/articles/20170116-local-motors-3d-printed-autonomous-bus-heads-to-germany.html #3Dprinting
German railway company Deutsche Bahn is planning to road-test Local Motors' 'Olli' minibus throughout 2017. A fleet of the 3D printed autonomous vehicles, which use AI software IBM Watson, could be introduced in either Berlin or the Bavarian municipality of Bad Birnbach.
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A team of Israeli dentists has met with dentists in the Philippines to discuss the establishment of a medical cooperation between Tel Aviv and Manila's top dental professionals. As part of the cooperation, Israel's advanced dental 3D printing technologies would be expanded to the Southeast Asian country.
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Stanford engineers use 3D printing to transform children's toy into 20-cent malaria diagnosis device
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Scientists at Stanford University have developed a potentially life-saving 3D printed tool inspired by a whirligig, a spinning toy that dates back to the Bronze Age. The new device could help healthcare workers diagnose malaria in areas lacking precise laboratory equipment.
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The famous Ames Laboratory is hard at work manufacturing the perfect metal powders. While that innovation may seem small, its implications for the 3D printing industry are colossal.
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Jala Group, a Chinese cosmetics company, has used 3D bioprinting technology to print artificial 'Asian skin,' complete with dermis and epidermis, that can be used to test cosmetics products for the Asian market.
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Technology-focused design startup SALVO has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Lattice Cubed, a 3D printed titanium pen. Described as a 'reinvention of the classic writing instrument for the modern generation,' the Lattice Cubed is available at an early bird price of '225.
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San Diego-based 3D printer manufacturer Robo 3D has announced a manufacturing agreement with Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group. The agreement effectively establishes a manufacturing partnership through which Foxconn will produce Robo 3D's Robo R2 smart 3D printer.
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California-based designer and Stanford University Lecturer John Edmark has been mesmerizing crowds around the globe with his 3D printed sculptures known as 'Blooms.'
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'Paper Watch' combines 3D printing and household materials in cheap alternative to Apple Watch
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Researchers in Saudi Arabia have invented a cheap, easy alternative to the Apple Watch that could make fitness tracking affordable to consumers worldwide. Meet the “paper watch,” a wearable device that combines common household items such as aluminum foil and sponges with silicon-based soft sensors.
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New 'living additive manufacturing' technique enables fusion, chemical alteration of 3D printed materials http://www.3ders.org/articles/20170113-new-living-additive-manufacturing-technique-enables-fusion-chemical-alteration-of-3d-printed-materials.html #3Dprinting
Chemists at MIT have developed a 3D printing technique that allows for the alteration of a printed object's chemical structure and the chemical joining of multiple 3D printed objects. They say the technique could greatly expand the complexity of objects that can be created with 3D printing.
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