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  • The World’s First 3D Printed Composite E-Scooter

    The World’s First 3D Printed Composite E-Scooter

    E-scooters have been a controversial topic since their introduction in larger cities. Opinions are divided, especially when it comes to sustainability . Indeed, e-scooters can be environmentally friendly – especially if they replace car journeys or other forms of public transport. A study by the...
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  • RMIT Research Team Develops New Method for Designing Implants Using Bioprinting and Injection Molding

    RMIT Research Team Develops New Method for Designing Implants Using Bioprinting and Injection Molding

    At the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), a team of researchers, along with doctors from St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, have developed an innovative method for bioprinting medical implants. Instead of designing scaffolds on which cells will multiply, they 3D printed ...
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  • Sakuu Announces the Launch of its 3D Printing Platform to Make Solid State Batteries

    Sakuu Announces the Launch of its 3D Printing Platform to Make Solid State Batteries

    Can you imagine an AM platform that could 3D print your electric car battery? This is the dream that the American company Sakuu – formerly KeraCel – hopes to achieve by the end of 2021. In partnership with Musashi Seimitsu Industry, it wants to design solid state batteries (SSBs) via additive ma...
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  • GE Aviation Switches to Metal AM for Four Parts, Cutting Costs by 35%

    GE Aviation Switches to Metal AM for Four Parts, Cutting Costs by 35%

    Can metal additive manufacturing replace traditional casting in aviation sector? GE certainly seems to think so. A collaboration between GE Aviation and GE Additive has prompted the manufacturer to switch from investment casting to metal additive manufacturing (AM) for four bleed air parts for a...
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  • OECHSLER Rethinks Ski Mask Design with 3D printing

    OECHSLER Rethinks Ski Mask Design with 3D printing

    Increasingly, companies are seeing the benefits of using 3D printing in sports. Another company has entered the ring. German company OECHSLER, which specializes in the development and manufacture of high-tech products and systems, recently turned its attention to the design and production of ski...
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  • 3D Printed Smart Buoys for Monitoring Marine Environments

    3D Printed Smart Buoys for Monitoring Marine Environments

    As today is official world water day, we are taking the opportunity to tell you about the seawater battery-based, additively manufactured, smart buoy designed to monitor and collect data on the marine environment. These were developed as part of the 2020 Regional Vitality Project led by the Ulsa...
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  • European Hyperloop Week, Innovative 3D Prototypes for the Transport of the Future

    European Hyperloop Week, Innovative 3D Prototypes for the Transport of the Future

      Have you heard of the Hyperloop project? The construction of this mode of transport consists of large tubes close to the vacuum through which capsules move. The initiative proposed by Tesla and SpaceX aims to transport people or goods at speeds of up to 1,200 km / h . The potential of the...
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  • The Top 3D Printing Applications in Sports

    The Top 3D Printing Applications in Sports

    3D printing technologies are becoming increasingly popular. This becomes particularly clear when taking a look at the all the industries that are now using additive manufacturing. These include not only those you would expect, like aerospace, construction and medicine, but also the sports indust...
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