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ID Print 3D is an additive manufacturing service provider with a focus on special machinery based in France, in the Bourgogne region. Besides the fabrication of 3D parts for their customers, they offer consultancy and reverse-engineering services.
Whenever I drive past the Great Lakes Science Center on my way into Cleveland, I pass the giant wind turbine installed outside the museum. I’ve seen it so many times that the 150-foot turbine barely registers anymore, except on particularly windy…
3D printed dresses are not the only additively manufactured wearables turning heads at this year’s international fashion weeks, as Canadian design trio Daniel Christian Tang have demonstrated with their most recent 3D printed jewelry collection, Icon. Sourced through Scoop.it from:…
As a platinum sponsor, Prodways gave the American market a preview of the ProMaker L5000, available for sale and supported by the US team, whose conference presentations were well received by the American audience, which has significant expertise in 3D…
Surgeons are using images from MRI scans to put together full-scale models of the walnut-sized gland, made with a 3D printer, to use in consultations as it is easier to interpret than a 2D picture. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.dailymail.co.uk
Surgeons and students from the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, have begun testing 3D printed ear models as educational tools, which could greatly reduce the dependency on human cadavers. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.3ders.org