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Jun 26
Latvia-based Neurotechnology developing new 3D printing process that uses ultrasonic waves

Researchers from Neurotechnology, a Latvia-based software development company, are in the process of developing a new type of 3D printing that uses ultrasonic manipulation to build up objects bit by bit. The technology, developed by the company’s Ultrasound Research Group, is currently patent-pend...

Jun 26
DisTech Automation releases new Prometheus multi-extrusion system for E3D V6 Hot End users

Canadian 3D printing company DisTech Automation has released an upgraded version of its Prometheus System multi-extrusion system for FDM 3D printers. The E3D V6 Upgrade allows E3D V6 Hot End users to create multi-color and multi-material objects....

Jun 26
Operation to save dogs leg shows 3D printed scaffolds could help regrow bone for landmine victims

Experts at Scotland’s University of Glasgow have used a naturally occurring protein called BMP-2 to save the leg of a dog. The procedure, funded by Sir Bobby Charlton’s landmine charity Find A Better Way, could be replicated on humans with the help of biodegradable 3D printed scaffolds....

Jun 26
MakerBot launches My MakerBot 3D printing platform for Chromebook classrooms

3D printer manufacturer MakerBot has set its sights squarely on the education sector with the launch of My MakerBot, a new cloud-enabled, browser-based printer monitoring platform compatible with Google Chomebooks and Autodesk’s Tinkercad 3D design software. Students will be able to start 3D print...

Jun 26
Leapfrog 3D Printers returns with $7K professional-grade Bolt Pro 3D printer

Netherlands-based FDM 3D printing company Leapfrog 3D Printers has today launched the Leapfrog Bolt Pro, a professional-grade 3D printer for office or industrial use. The machine will retail for €6,499 ($7,285) excl. VAT....

Jun 26
New BioAssemblyBot bioprinter could 3D print safe and functional human organs

Kentucky-based software firm Advanced Solutions has developed a 3D human tissue printer, in a new initiative that could revolutionize global healthcare. Dubbed the "BioAssemblyBot," the new 3D bioprinter isn’t printing useable human organs just yet, but with models that closely mimic fun...

Jun 26
3D printed two-seat electric vehicle impresses at Taiwanese trade show

Taiwan has just made some serious leeway in the 3D printed automotive race, this time in the form of a two-seater electric vehicle (EV). Late last week, the tech world caught wind of this exciting development from Taiwan Automotive Research Consortium (TARC), which is quickly proving to be a game-ch...

Jun 25
Jacket fitted with multi-color LEDs displays status of 3D printers

North Carolina’s Duke University is one of the U.S’s leading educational institutions in 3D printing technology, with over 40 3D printers in its Innovation Co-Lab Studio, which opened in 2015. A recent Instructables post by a user of the studio will enable people to constantly monitor in real-ti...

Jun 25
These 3D printed honeycomb-inspired garments are un-bee-lievable

Designer Jamela Law has created a fashion collection inspired by one of nature’s strongest shapes, the honeycomb. The project, called Beeing Human, brings together various fabrication technologies and techniques, such as 3D printing, silicone casting, and hand sewing....

Jun 23
New York 3D printing company Voodoo Manufacturing raises $5M in financing round

New York City 3D printing company Voodoo Manufacturing has raised $5 million in a financing round led by venture capital firm General Catalyst, with participation from NextView Ventures, 645 Ventures, and Y Combinator’s Continuity Fund. The round takes Voodoo’s cumulative seed funding to $6.4 mi...

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