Researchers have developed a novel method to fabricate softer super-soft structures for organ regeneration.
At CES 2018, Eastman Kodak Company and its brand licensee Twindom revealed the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner. The mobile 3D scanner produces high resolutions scans that can be 3D printed in full color.
16-year-old Pedro Lopez Rodriguez, who suffered from a stroke in 2012, uses a 3D printed swimming fin to help improve his form.
Schaffen Watches debut their new collection on Kickstarter with two extremely customizable wristwatches, the A65 Dress Watch and the S65 Sport Watch.
The Voronoi Food Preparation System is a 3D printed design created for those with one hand which addresses user experience and is made using a HP Multi-Jet Fusion 4200 3D printer.
The 3D printing service provider Visual First is helping its Dutch client The Chocolate Factory create 3D printed replacement parts. Using Stratasys 3D printing technology, the chocolate producer has increased production efficiency and reduced costs.
Pilot Labs has created Zeus, a pint-sized fighter robot that is capable of generating 25kg (55lbs) of force in a single punch.
The Swedish bioprinting startup Cellink is working alongside CTI Biotech to 3D print replicas of cancer tissues in order to find more effective treatments.
ParaMatters is releasing CogniCAD, a cloud-based, cognitive design platform which is currently pay per design, at CES 2018. It's available to use immediately.
Meanwhile in Canada, 3D technologies are gaining in popularity among law enforcement officials to help recreate crime and accident scenes.
So how was 2017 for you? Looking forward to 2018? Several leading figures in the 3D printing industry talk to ALL3DP about their expectations for the year ahead.
Previewing its new machine amid the crowded halls of CES, Nexa3D will demonstrate its debut ultra-fast stereolithography 3D printer. Interested parties can check out NXV in the flesh, with the company saying it will provided non-stop demos of the machine in action.
HP releases Z 3D Camera which is offers the 3D scanning capabilities of the Sprout Pro PC in a portable camera accessory which attaches to your computer.
Carbon has announced that Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JJDC has joined as an additional investor in the startup's recent $200 million Series D funding round. Johnson & Johnson is using Carbon's 3D printing technology to develop surgical instruments for orthopedics and other medical devices.
Got a lightweight robot in need of some locomotion? Maker LoboCNC has you covered with this 3D printed swerve drive.
New York University 3D printing specialists are to 3D print the face of a brain-dead man, before it is transplanted to a waiting recipient. It is thought the lifelike mask will bring dignity to funeral proceedings for the donor's family.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) XYZPrinting released three new devices for their customers to enjoy which are updates on their previous products.