3D Printing

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IIT Delhis 3D bioprinted knee cartilage is Indias first lab-grown printed tissue

A team of scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi has made a breakthrough in the development of 3D bioprinted cartilage. The research team, led by Professor Sourabh Ghosh from the Department of Textile Technology at IIT, has successfully developed a bioink that can be used to print structures like the cartilage found in human knees.
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3D printed conch shells could be basis of stronger helmets & body armor, MIT study finds

Researchers at MIT have taken a close look at conch shells to discover how they are so resistant to impact, recreating the complex organic structures using a 3D printer. The researchers say that artificial conch-like structures could be used to create stronger helmets and body armor.
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DOF PRO v5.0 officially released



The software for achieving photorealistic depth of field effects for Adobe Photoshop and compatible hosts is now available. …
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Dental 3D printing company Arfona takes top prize at Propelify Startup Competition

Arfona, a Brooklyn-based dental 3D printing startup, has just been named winner of the 2017 Propelify Startup Competition. The company, which has developed an innovative 3D printer for manufacturing partial dentures, is hoping to make dental care—and specifically tooth replacement—more accessible to patients.
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Russian 3D printing company Anisoprint showcases continuous fiber 3D printer in Moscow

Anisoprint, a Russian 3D printing company, is using its continuous fiber 3D printing technique to create reinforced plastic parts that are “15-20 times stronger and stiffer” than FDM printed parts. The company will host a conference in Moscow this week with a consortium of business partners. 3D printing plastics with reinforcing fibers is seen by many as the most cost-effective way of printing strong, metal-like parts.