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Using 3D facial reconstruction and 3D printing technologies, a team of researchers has revealed what Jonathan Swift, the Irish writer best known for “Gulliver’s Travels” looked like at the time of his death.
The UK medical 3D printing company 3D LifePrints completes Series A funding round worth £500,000, and will use the investment to expand the number of embedded medical 3D printing hubs across NHS hospitals and academic institutions.
Designer Bartlomiej Gaczorek has created a novel 3D printed face mask for children. Printed using Sinterit's desktop SLS 3D printer, the Lisa, the masks protects their wearers from air pollution.
Using a chemical to computer-automated design approach, University of Glasgow researchers propose a 3D printing production method that enables the localized creation of pharmaceutical drugs quickly at a low cost.
The arrangement takes four images at the same time to create a 3D model of the object. A creator on Hackaday has developed a novel scanner which can instantly capture a 3D surface. Going by the name ‘Jolar’, the developer has been busy refining his 3D scanner project from Oxford Hackspace.
Popular with the 3D modeling and scanning folks of the world, file hub Sketchfab has launched its very own store to help creators monetize their 3D printing, VR and AR content.
Adidas finally releases the Futurecraft 4D shoe. Featuring a 3D printed midsole created with Carbon's Digital Light Synthesis platform, the move is considered a watershed moment for 3D printed consumer goods. Coinciding with the occasion, Adidas exec Eric Liedtke joins Carbon's Board of Directors.
The collaboration of 3D Systems and Stryker allows surgeons access to 3D printing and medical imaging technologies to help develop patient-specific procedures.
A newly developed 3D printing technique is making it easier to control the orientation of fibers of engineered composites.
Researcher develops downloadable 3D surface file to print 200 million year old dinosaur skull. And you can do the same at home.
Luxury kitchen and bathroom product maker KALLISTA partners with 3rd Dimension and 3D Systems to rapidly develop an innovative new faucet from 3D printed stainless steel.
KW Special Projects is teaming up with the orthotic manufacturer Podfo Ltd to launch a ‘while you wait’ 3D printing service for customized insoles.
Researchers have developed a novel method to fabricate softer super-soft structures for organ regeneration.
Got a lightweight robot in need of some locomotion? Maker LoboCNC has you covered with this 3D printed swerve drive.