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Impresoras 3D y lápices 3D. Talleres para iniciarte en el mundo de tecnologías 3D, programas y mucho más...
Impresoras 3D y lápices 3D. Talleres para iniciarte en el mundo de tecnologías 3D, programas y mucho más...
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Como distribuidores y formadores de las impresoras 3D de la marca Colido, os recomendamos que no os perdáis este espacio.
#3D #colido #impresion3d #españa #rtve #Donostia #SanSebastian
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Y así el micro-parque, para micro-bolitas, para súper creativos.
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Beehex the Company that can 3D print an entire pizza in one minute.
As 3D printed food becomes more common, we’ll begin to rethink meal prep.

Company link: beehex.com
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#MIT engineers have devised a 3-D printing technique that uses a new kind of ink made from genetically programmed living cells.

The cells are engineered to light up in response to a variety of stimuli. When mixed with a slurry of hydrogel and nutrients, the cells can be printed, layer by layer, to form three-dimensional, interactive structures and devices.

The team has then demonstrated its technique by printing a “living tattoo” — a thin, transparent patch patterned with live bacteria cells in the shape of a tree. Each branch of the tree is lined with cells sensitive to a different chemical or molecular compound. When the patch is adhered to skin that has been exposed to the same compounds, corresponding regions of the tree light up in response.

The researchers, led by Xuanhe Zhao, the Noyce Career Development Professor in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Timothy Lu, associate professor of biological engineering and of electrical engineering and computer science, say that their technique can be used to fabricate “active” materials for wearable sensors and interactive displays. Such materials can be patterned with live cells engineered to sense environmental chemicals and pollutants as well as changes in pH and temperature.
=>read more at:
http://news.mit.edu/2017/engineers-3-d-print-living-tattoo-1205
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Do it yourself. #3D #printing #impresion
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