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Q&A: Merging 3D printing and printed electronics innovations Special

Imagine a world where printed smart objects are part of our everyday lives? This type of technological innovation is getting closer, according to Dr. Paul Smith of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada. He discusses how with Digital Journal.

3D printed objects track and store how they are used

Washington - 3D printed objects have been developed which can track and store how they are used without using batteries or electronics. Instead a process called backscatter is deployed.

Veterinary medicine making great strides with 3D printing

Dr. Michelle Oblak, a veterinary surgical oncologist at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College replaced 70 percent of a dog's skull using a 3D printed titanium skull cap.

Q&A: Digital dentistry becomes the new standard Special

As digital dentistry becomes the new standard, dental practitioners are rushing to adopt 3D printing technologies and transition away from traditional dentistry. Gideon Balloch, Dental Product Lead at Formlabs explains more.

HP accelerating antibiotics by printing medicines

Global technology company HP is to work with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help to speed up the testing of new antibiotics, as part of the race to combat antimicrobial resistance.

Researchers 3D print of prototype for 'bionic eye'

Scientists have successfully 3D printed an array of light receptors on a hemispherical surface. This is the structural basis for developing a bionic eye, with the aim of improving the sight of the visually impaired.

Carmaker XEV's new EV has many parts created by 3D printing

The LSEV as it is called took only 3 days to make and was produced by Italian car maker XEV and Polymaker a developer of 3D printing.

Interview: 3D printing promises transplantable hearts Special

The company BIOLIFE4D wants to create transplantable hearts based on patients’ own cells, eliminating organ rejection, through 3D bio-printing. The company's Steven Morris explains more.

3D printing advantages for dentistry

3D printing has the potential to give dentists and laboratory technicians the ability to make high-precision restorations cheaper, easier and faster. A new innovation from DWS Systems allows dentists to make prosthetics rapidly.

New alloy leads to printing of safe steel products

3D printing has advanced in relation to plastics. With metals, progress has been slower due to technical complexities. A new advancement with the effective and safe 3D printing of steel has been announced.

Printing 3D structures with living cells

Researchers have devised a novel method for printing living cells, based on a technique called in-air microfluidics. The method could add with regenerative surgery.

Significant corporate investment in 3D printing

Many technology companies have shifted focus to artificial intelligence, automation to advanced materials. These areas are of importance, yet other corporations have chosen to make 3D printing the priority.

3D printed objects connect to WiFi without electronics

Washington - Researchers have created the first ever 3D printed objects that can connect to WiFi without the need for electronics. Such devices can, for example, signal when they are empty.

Essential Science: 3D printed rocket parts now a reality

Houston - A sign that 3D printing has matured sufficiently for products to be entrusted for use in one of the most risk adverse areas, additive manufacturing produced materials are to be used in spacecraft.

New algorithm speeds up 3D printing two-fold

Detroit - An algorithm has been developed with enables 3D printers to work at twice the current speed. This is without sacrificing the quality of the end-product.

Designer shows the power of digital printing in new display

Amsterdam - A 3D printable Makerchair is currently on view at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum as part of the exhibition “Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age.” This exhibit highlights the possibilities of digital printing.

Advances in the 3D printing of nanofibers

The 3D printing of meshes will be of great advantage to manufacturers of solar cells, together with a range of other applications. Researchers have announced a new approach for the 3D printing of nanofiber meshes.

3D printing of personalized food pioneered

Jerusalem - A remarkable technological breakthrough in 3D printing of food on demand has been showcased by a new start-up. The technology is based on nano-cellulose, which is a natural, edible, calorie-free fiber.

3D printing could lead to reduced vaccination rates

Boston - The number of required individual vaccinations could fall dramatically thanks to a new scientific breakthrough, potentially leading to an increase in the vaccination rate. A new process uses drug-carrying "microparticles" to slowly release medications.

Catching the digital manufacturing wave

Beyond the debate on global trade, the idea of the Fourth Industrial Revolution has emerged as the focus for prolonged value creation in the sector on the backbone of connectivity and advances in big data, artificial intelligence and automation.

Digital driven printer develops bone replacements

The University of British Columbia has developed an advanced 3D printer that could provide the future basis of bone replacements. The device has the potential to be used for the generation of artificial bones.

Diagnostic tool printed for portable disease testing

Scientists from Duke University have used an inkjet printed tool for conducting diagnostic testing for use in point-of-care settings. The aim is to screen patients for markers of specific diseases.

Amazing algorithms that can sketch and recreate 3-D shapes

A computer scientist from the University of British Columbia has developed a type of new software that can design a sketch of an everyday object, overcoming the challenge of accurately describing shapes.

Diagnostic tool printed for portable disease testing

Scientists from Duke University have used an inkjet printed tool for conducting diagnostic testing for use in point-of-care settings. The aim is to screen patients for markers of specific diseases.

3D printing could solve organ transplant shortage

In U.S., over 10,000 people die every year either awaiting transplantation, or as a result of deteriorating health exacerbated by the shortage of organs, according to a review by Randolph Beard and colleagues.

3D printers creating car factories of the future

The future for many industries is the 3D printer and the future factory will be composed of several industrial-sized printers. The car and automotive sector is one area likely to be affected. We survey the technologies.

Read how 3D printing can save your life

Developments with 3D printing technology continue to advance and the technology is making strong inroads into the medical and biotechnology sectors. We take a look at three recent innovations.

First shape-changing 3D printed objects

Atlanta - 3D printing creates objects that compress and expand according to programmed heat changes. Tensional integrity forms bridges and domes on Earth and may form 3D compressible "tensegrity" structures in space or in soft robots.

First transistors made of nanocrystal ‘inks’ produced

To design transistors to be built into flexible or wearable applications, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have developed a process using nanocrystal “inks.”

3D printed ovaries produce mice pups

Many biologists see 3D printing as a suitable technology for producing human tissues and organs, creating life-saving and health-enhancing biological constructs. In a breakthrough, a science groups have produced fully-working mice ovaries.
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An example of 3D-printed hair
An example of 3D-printed hair
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Two treats  made in a 3D printer simply by using sugar and a pattern.
Two treats made in a 3D printer simply by using sugar and a pattern.
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Talk about authentic; this ear seems to be growing a hair  too.
Talk about authentic; this ear seems to be growing a hair, too.
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Glaucio Paulino  a professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering  and...
Glaucio Paulino, a professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Jerry Qi, a professor in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech, hold objects 3-D printed that use tensegrity, a structural system of floating rods in compression and cables in continuous tension.
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Relativity Space’s Stargate 3-D printer is at work at the company’s Los Angeles factory  with a ...
Relativity Space’s Stargate 3-D printer is at work at the company’s Los Angeles factory, with a 3-D printed fuel tank sitting at left.
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Mobius design concept Landscape House bu Universe Architecture
Mobius design concept Landscape House bu Universe Architecture
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Formlabs  flagship Form 2 3D printer.
Formlabs' flagship Form 2 3D printer.
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Portrait of Cody Wilson in Austin  Texas in 2012
Portrait of Cody Wilson in Austin, Texas in 2012
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An Ancient Arrow  of  The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild  fame  printed on a Formlabs 3D printe...
An Ancient Arrow, of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" fame, printed on a Formlabs 3D printer.
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Photo of a 3D printer.
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Landscape House design concept of a Mobius house from Universe Arhitecture
Landscape House design concept of a Mobius house from Universe Arhitecture
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Screen grab from accompanying video  How 3-D printed skull plates are revolutionizing surgery.
Screen grab from accompanying video "How 3-D printed skull plates are revolutionizing surgery."
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The most futuristic gourmet experience in the known universe will debut in London on July  25.
The most futuristic gourmet experience in the known universe will debut in London on July 25.
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Liberator
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MacKenzie Brown, Director CAD Crowd & Maker6
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RAF Tornado from RAF Marham, flys over the Shard skyscraper in London during Her Majesty the Queen's 2013 Birthday Flypast.
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The 3D printed music speaker
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