Milan Design Week always has many offerings, so much so the courtyard itself is drawing eyes. The Palazzo Isimbardi, located behind the 16th-century palazzo, the establishment houses a 3D printed design marvel. Commissioned by fashion brand COS, Conifera is London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani’s sustainable bioplastic structure greets attendees at the centre of the premises. It is one of […]
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In a landmark achievement, Tel Aviv University have 3D printed a small heart using human tissue. While the organ itself is smaller than one would need in a transplant, it is a massive step forward for bioprinting. The 3D printed heart is the most complex of its kind, containing vessels, collagen and intricate tissue layers. The […]
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Research and Markets recently published a report on the growing 3D printed footwear market that predicts the global market will grow at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 19.5% to nearly $6 billion over the coming decade. That number would represent 1.5% of all footwear revenues in 2029, indicating that the footwear industry is […]
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In July, we covered the carbon fiber eBike frame that Silicon Valley-based AREVO will be 3D printing. They recently announced that the eBike will be sold under the Emery Bikes brand as the Emery ONE and that they’ve partnered with Franco Bicycles, a specialty bike manufacturer in California, to bring the Emery ONE to the […]
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While existing methods of food printing are good for certain foods, they have massive limitations. One of the reasons so many food printers rely on purees, simple/easily prepared sweets and single material processes is the lack of ability to prepare different materials under the same device while distributing temperature properly. Now, Columbia University researchers may […]
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3D printing has been present in the art world in many forms, from renovating sculptures to pottery. It also allows for the reproducing art in various forms, recreating pre-existing designs and paintings. However, the Open Press Project is taking a different approach by bringing democratising vintage art reproduction devices themselves. The project wants users to […]
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Austria-based SBI Produktion has just released their new plasma arc M3DP metal printing system. The technology uses a wire-feed DED system using a plasma arc as opposed to a gas tungsten arc system. M3DP allows for the creation of intricate metal prints at high speeds while maintaining smooth surfaces and edges. Although it bears similarities to […]
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A study out of Michigan Technological University analyzed the economic efficiency of 3D printing various sporting goods using an open-source Gigabot X Fused Particle Fabrication (FPF) 3D printer. This technology also known as Fused Granular Fabrication (FGF) has potential for increasing recycled polymers in 3D printing. 3D Printing Versus Store Prices While even standard desktop […]
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A Winona, Minnesota-based foundry called Alliant Castings is using a Cosine Additive AM1 large scale 3D printer to do pattern making for their production fulfillment. The industrial-grade 3D printer enables them to fabricate pattern molds at a fraction of the cost of a traditional pattern maker while saving them time as well. After acquiring an […]
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Sustainable materials development is a major line of research within the additive manufacturing industry. While 3D printing uses many materials, the most prominent ones (i.e. thermoplastics) are quite environmentally damaging. To curb this problem, MIT’s Mediated Matter lab may have found a possible solution. Their Aguahoja project allows for the printing sustainable, water-based biopolymer composites and structures. […]
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