Escondido Public Library now offers free 3D printing to anyone with a valid Escondido Public Library card.
CES is the annual barometer for what technologies we consumers should expect to see, use, and covet in the coming years.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hear a mummy speak? It’s now possible thanks to the magic of CT and 3D printing technology, which has enabled the re-creation of the distinct voice of an ancient Egyptian who’s been dead for centuries. The process is detailed in a January 23 article in Scientific Reports.
Researchers at MIT and Harvard have incorporated living microbes into 3D-printed objects to make them more dynamic. The underlying resin material is embedded with chemical “instructions” that tell a layer of microbes to fluoresce in particular colors, producing a stunning array of patterns and designs.
KEENE VALLEY — Sue Young’s eyes darted from one end of the screen to the next.
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The Lawrence Livermore Lab famous for designing and manufacturing nuclear warheads is branching out into a public-private partnership using advanced 3D printers to create and perfect techniques that can be used by the industry.
The U.S. designer and manufacturer of spinal implant systems announced the significant milestone this week following its 5,000th implantation last November.
Albright has added a 3D printing capability and developed a special 3D silicone molding process for relatively low cost rapid turnaround prototyping. Customers that need a small number of parts for initial testing but are not ready for metal tooling can benefit from working with a silicone molder that is able to provide LSR molding with 3D printed tooling.
The University of Belgrade has installed a Sintratec Kit Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) platform as it expands its research endeavours inside the ‘Pharm3D lab’.
ABB Robotics, the robotics division of Swiss-Swedish multinational electrical equipment firm ABB, has introduced 3D printing software to its robotics simulation program. With this new feature, the company states that users will be able to program ABB robots to begin additive manufacturing production in 30 minutes.