Category Archives: University of Canterbury

3D printing news Sliced SketchFab, Sinterit, Vivo, MakerBot, HP, ExOne

How can 3D printing reduce a company’s carbon footprint? Can 3D printing materials combat skin infections within amputees? Would you wear 3D printed swimwear accessories? In this edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, we cover the latest from Renovis Surgical Technologies, Copper 3D, HP, The University of Canterbury and more.   Improving […]

Newcastle University creates first 3D printed human corneas

Scientists at Newcastle University (NCL) have successfully 3D printed human corneas for the first time. Gelatinous and multicellular, the artificial corneas are valuable steps towards much needed solutions for the millions of people suffering from eye disease and severe damage around the world. A vivid solution The cornea is a vital part of human vision; […]

Neuer 3D-Scanner könnte Röntgentechnologie revolutionieren

Mars 3d scanner medizin 300x200 - Neuer 3D-Scanner könnte Röntgentechnologie revolutionieren

Wissenschaftler aus Neuseeland haben einen speziellen 3D-Scanner entwickelt, mit dem sich zukünftig neue Wege zur Diagnosestellung bei Krankheiten wie Krebs ergeben könnten.  Im Rahmen des MARS Programm, gefördert vom Neuseeländischen Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Innovation und Arbeit, wurde ein molekularer Spektralscanner entwickelt, mit dem 3D-Farbbilder von Objekten innerhalb eines Körpers – wie Knochen, Gewebe oder künstliche […]

Der Beitrag Neuer 3D-Scanner könnte Röntgentechnologie revolutionieren erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

3D printing news Sliced, Black Panther, Disney, Ford, BASF and Continental

How is the fictional Kingdom of Wakanda funding 3D printing across the US? Which university has managed to build the world’s first 3D printed titanium internal combustion engine? And who has the Air Force Research Laboratory funded for the development of materials for aerospace components? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features BASF, ANSYS, […]

New Zealand researchers reinvent the heat exchanger with 3D printing

With the potential to shakeup the design of everything from air planes to refrigerators, Dr Tim Huber and Professor Conan Fee have developed a new metal 3D printing methodology for making high-performance heat exchangers. Elaborating upon traditional cylinder and square shapes, the heat exchangers built by Huber and Fee bring new, complex designs to the […]

Student to commercialize anti-epilepsy contact lenses using 3D printing

New Zealand student Logan Williams has invented a set of 3D printed “Polar Optics” contact lenses that have the potential to protect sufferers of photosensitive epilepsy from seizures. Williams, who is an MSc applied psychology student from the University of Canterbury, was inspired to create the Polar Optics lenses after learning about the adverse side-effects […]