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Hanna Watkin

Hanna is a freelance journalist and writer from a dead-end county in deepest England who has come to Berlin to seek her fortune and write about the future (see:3D printing). Avid internet enthusiast and night owl.

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Racing Forward Apr 10, 2017
McLaren-Honda and Stratasys Partner to Create Formula 1 Car Parts

McLaren-Honda and Stratasys have announced a new partnership, bringing the uPrint SE Plus 3D printer on-site to track testings and races.

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3D Printing Helps Apr 7, 2017
Marine Corps Veteran Receives First Prosthetic For Land and Water Use

Marine Corps veteran receives the first prosthetic which can be used on land or in water allowing him to swim with both legs again.

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Fruity Fun Apr 7, 2017
Stratasys J750 Printer Allows Art Professor to Create Full-Color Beautiful Artwork

At East Stroudsburg University, students and professors can use a Stratasys J750 printer - this leads to some cool art such as this pineapple.

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Make Math Fun Again Apr 6, 2017
Teacher Uses 3D Printing to Engage Students in Math Lessons

One teacher makes math lessons more interesting for pupils by incorporating 3D printing and offering a tangible use for their learning.

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Sturdy Solutions Apr 6, 2017
Verbatim Now Offer Customers Polypropylene Filament for Functional Prototypes

Technological company, Verbatim, is offering customers the chance to get their hands on new polypropylene (PP) 3D printing filament.

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Peter Pan-creas Apr 5, 2017
Bioprinting an Artificial Pancreas for Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers from Binghamton University in New York are developing an artificial pancreas for Type 1 Diabetes sufferers using 3D bioprinting.

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Yay or Neigh Apr 5, 2017
3D Printed “Agent Unicorn” Treats Children With ADHD

Agent Unicorn is a wearable developed by Anouk Wipprecht to help people with ADHD track their brain activity using electrodes and a camera.

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Pain Free Injections Apr 4, 2017
3D Printed MucoJet Capsule, A Painless Way to Give Vaccines

MucoJet is a 3D printed capsule which offers an alternative to needle vaccinations and targets the buccal region of your mouth.

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Kicks-Starter Apr 3, 2017
Wiivv Funding Custom 3D Printed Sandals On Kickstarter

Wiivv has launched a second Kickstarter campaign, this time offering customized sandals so your feet are comfortable this summer.

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Brace Yourself Apr 3, 2017
Sinterex Develops 3D Printed Dental Implant Bridges

Sinterex is using 3D printing to quickly produce dental implant bridges, but the UAE is also pushing for more 3D printed change in dentistry.

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Metal Printing Apr 2, 2017
Could Direct Metal Writing Offer More Reliable 3D Printed Parts?

Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are developing "direct metal writing" to improve the process of 3D printing metals.

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Techie Breakkie Apr 1, 2017
Formlabs Is Cooking With New Form 2 “Breakfast Extensions”

Want homemade waffles everyday? Formlabs offers a sneak peak of their mouth wateringly good "Breakfast Extensions" for the Form 2 3D printer.

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Miracle of Life Mar 31, 2017
Blind Parents Feel Their Baby’s Ultrasound Thanks To 3D Printing

Blind parents were given the chance to feel their baby's ultrasound with the help of 3D printed models created using the Voluson E10.

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Slow Fashion Mar 30, 2017
Would You Wear 3D Knitted Clothes from Ministry of Supply or Kniterate?

Both Ministry of Sound and Kniterate are offering the chance for you to wear 3D printed clothes. Is this lasting fashion or just a fad?

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Up to 100 Times Faster Mar 30, 2017
Xaar Plans to Produce 3D Printed Objects on Industrial Scale

Xaar, a company which supplies industrial inkjet printheads, wants to ramp up 3D printing to industrial production speed level.

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A Befitting Print Mar 30, 2017
Stephania Stefanakou Uses 3D Printing to Make Unique Clothing

Stephania Stefanakou is a business minded fashion graduate who is turning heads with her unique 3D printed clothing designs.

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Better Surgery Thanks to 3D Printing Mar 29, 2017
Johnson & Johnson Debut Customized Surgical Tools

Johnson & Johnson is using 3D printing to create many innovations in medicine including customized surgical tools and pills with sensors.

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Oldie but Goodie Mar 28, 2017
103-Year-Old Delage Type-S Saved by 3D Scanning and Printing

Facing retirement, 3D scanning and printing is used to rescue a 103-year-old Delage Type-S grand prix car from the great junkyard in the sky.

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Laugh and Donate Mar 28, 2017
3D Printed Red Noses for Comic Relief 2017 of Celebrity Caricatures

For this year's Comic Relief Red Nose Day charity event, 3D printing made an appearance in the form of celebrity caricature red noses.

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Inspired by Nature Mar 27, 2017
Atropos is a Robot Arm That Weaves Fiber Like Spiders Would Do

Atropos is a 6-axis robot arm which can 3D Print Fiberglass Composites and could make printing buildings a lot easier and quicker.

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