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How is 3D scanning saving heritage sites? How can 3D printing help survivors of human trafficking? Which city has the most active 3D printing scene? All this and more in the latest edition of Sliced including news from Ultimaker, Renishaw, NASA and Identify3D. Saving archaeological wonders, Electron rockets, and celebrating Earth day It is always interesting to see the […]

TriFusion Devices Scoops $400,000 Prize Fund

By Nick Hall

3D printing company TriFusion Devices has walked away from the Rice Business Plan Competition with a massive $400,000 in prize money.   The company, which is based at Texas A&M University, aims to revolutionize the prosthetics industry with the help of additive printing. It’s a seriously profitable niche with a social payoff. So if TriFusion […]

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