By Surbhi JainNovember 8, 2022Reviewed by Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc. In a recent article published in the journal Journal of the European Ceramics Societyresearchers discussed the development of fully dense, three-dimensional (3D) extrusion-printed zirconia ceramics for dental restorations. Study: 3D printing based on the extrusion of fully dense zirconia ceramics forRead More →

Image: Dani DeRosa Sierra Nevada Ally Civic Action Coordinator Dani DeRosa interviews activists, business leaders, students, and artists to talk about civic engagement, public service, the marketplace, and the arts. The Jet Cafeis inside the Pitch Black Printing Co at 700 East 4th Street in Reno. High ceilings and aRead More →

Kim, t. et al. Versatile Gore-Tex fabric with nanodot pattern for multiple energy harvesting in wearable, aerodynamic nanogenerators. Nano energy 54209-217 (2018). Google Scholar Choi, S., Lee, H., Ghaffari, R., Hyeon, T. & Kim, DH Recent advances in flexible and scalable bioelectronic devices integrated with nanomaterials. Adv. Mater. 284203–4218 (2016).Read More →

A new deep learning framework developed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory is accelerating the process of inspecting additively manufactured metal parts using X-ray computed tomography, while increasing the accuracy of results. Reduced time, labor, maintenance and energy costs are expected to accelerate the expansion of additiveRead More →

Today we start the 3D printing news briefs with a new 3D scanner from SHINING 3D and a new DLP 3D printer from Intrepid Automation. Moving on to business, Adaptive3D moved its local headquarters and Sigma Additive Solutions appointed the founder of 3YOURMIND as General Manager of European Operations. Finally,Read More →

Worzalla, an employee-owned book printer specializing in printing high-quality children’s books, cookbooks and hardcover bestsellers, recently welcomed 12 associates from some of the world’s largest book publishers. important in the country in its “Print University”. The program is an intensive 3-day workshop designed to educate those working in the publishingRead More →

After a vulnerability has been discovered at Bancor In mid-June, the Bancor DAO voted to suspend distribution of its protocol token, BNT, which suspended one of its core features, Impermanent Loss Protection. Since then, Bancor has been working on its relaunch plan, including key changes to the protocol’s tokenomics, BNTRead More →

The winners of the inaugural Australian Photographic Prize (APP) have been announced, following a four-day event in Melbourne. The brainchild of photographers Karen Alsop and Robyn Campbell, the event and competition aims to fill the gap left in the industry by the closure of the Australian Institute of Professional PhotographyRead More →

We start with India’s first 3D printed post office in today’s 3D printing news briefs, then move on to materials, as a new laser sintering material from igus makes it possible to print in 3D of chemical resistant components. A researcher from Zhejiang University is working with Eplus3D on metalRead More →

Japanese optical and imaging multinational Nikon accelerated its recent 3D printing expansion by investing in two other additive manufacturing companies. Following Nikon’s takeover bid for SLM Solutions, it is now investing in Optisys and Hybrid manufacturing technologies (HMT), developers of hybrid 3D printers and additively fabricated antennas respectively. Yuichi Shibazaki,Read More →

We start with software in today’s 3D printing briefs, as Autodesk has released 3D printing profiles for two of The Virtual Foundry’s filaments and Sigma Additive Solutions has joined the Dyndrite Development Council. In business news, Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is expected to post sales of £15m for 2022, andRead More →

Presented to attendees at the thINK Ahead 2022 conference at Boca Raton, Florida MELVILLE, NY, September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Inkjet printing is faster, more flexible and more colorful than ever before, opening up new opportunities for designers who work with print and even designers who didn’t think print hadRead More →

(Sponsored) ProAmpac: Hiring Printing Press Operators, Converting Machine Operators and More! WHITE HOUSE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – ProAmpac, one of the world’s leading flexible packaging companies with a full product offering, is currently hiring at its White House facility. (MAP) “Come work somewhere to build your future and beRead More →

We’re kicking things off with education in today’s briefs on 3D printing, following a recent “Girl Meets AM” program for high school students. Moving on to business, ExLattice received a National Science Foundation SBIR Phase I award for accelerating engineering simulation for AM. On the materials side, Desktop Metal hasRead More →

The Samsung V7 ultrasound machine [Image courtesy of Samsung] Samsung today introduced its V7 ultrasound machine, having recently obtained FDA 510(k) clearance for commercial use. Boston Imaging, based in Danvers, Mass., the US headquarters for Samsung’s digital x-ray and ultrasound business, unveiled the platform. He designed the ultrasound system toRead More →

HP Inc., a leader in digital production printing solutions, today announced the new HP PageWide Advantage Press 2200 series. Designed to meet the needs of print service providers of all sizes, this revolutionary press delivers industry-leading productivity with media quality and versatility for those in publishing, direct mail and commercialRead More →

Harish Gupta of Sai Com Codes Flexoprint explains that his partnership with Nilpeter started in 2008. Since then he has invested in seven Nilpeter presses. Gupta explains to Rahul Kumar why he prefers to invest in Nilpeter technology Please describe your business.Sai Com Codes Flexoprint manufactures and exports aRead More →

The Offset Printing Press Market research report is an expert analysis which mainly includes companies, types, applications, regions, countries etc. Additionally, the reports give analysis of sales, revenue, trade, competition, investment and forecast. The Offset Printing Press market study covers the impacts of COVID-19 on upstream, midstream and downstream industries.Read More →

Heidelberg has launched the new generation of Speedmaster SX 102, which it says has been enhanced with artificial intelligence and other automated support systems to deliver an ergonomic user experience and high-quality business impression. According to Heidelberg, the Speedmaster SX 102 has been improved based on customer requirements and isRead More →

Tribune press service Bhanu P Lohumi Shimla, September 5 The Special Investigation Team (SIT) investigating the leaked agent recruitment exam papers case is ready to file a complaint against Shailendra Vikram Singh, owner of the printing house, for criminal negligence and abuse of trust. Criminal negligence and breachRead More →

Tribune press service Bhanu P Lohumi Shimla, September 5 The Special Investigation Team (SIT) investigating the case of leakage of paper for the constable recruitment exam is ready to file a complaint against the owner of the printing house. Criminal negligence and breach of trust was found onRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we have business stories to share, as Xact Metal expanded to Latin America with two distribution partnerships, and NUBURU seeks to go public via a $330 million SPAC list. Enable 3D and RWTH Aachen University published a white paper on direct-to-customer production via additive manufacturing,Read More →

The University of Houston helps advance the industrial metaverse. UH has partnered with the AI ​​Innovation Consortium, software company Nvidia, and oil and gas engineering and services firm TechnipFMC to build apps for the industrial metaverse. The project is affiliated with Artificial intelligence industry incubator and oilfield digital lab onRead More →

The HPRT MT800 ($289.99) is the first printer we reviewed from HPRT, a Chinese company founded in 2012 that focuses on printers for mobile use, labels, receipts, point of sale and other applications based on thermal printing technologies. . The MT800 is a strictly monochrome portable printer, similar in sizeRead More →

For this week’s episode of Additive overviewthe TCT editorial team is back with another editorial roundtable, covering the biggest 3D printing and additive manufacturing news from the past month. Editors Laura Griffiths and Sam Davies discuss another major AM acquisition as Stratasys announces its intention to acquire Covestrotwo other majorRead More →

We start with 3D printing news briefs, as Evolve and PostProcess Technologies have added new executives to their teams, and Multiphoton Optics is now a subsidiary of Heidelberg Instruments. The group of companies called Automotive Trim Developments acquired two EOS M 290 metal 3D printers. Finally, InnovationLab announced a breakthroughRead More →

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have developed a method for 3D printing microscale ice structures that can be used as sacrificial models to form complex channels inside other parts. This “upside down” 3D printing process involves shooting water droplets onto a custom-built platform capable of freezing them upon landing atRead More →

United States: On Monday, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Petrushev spoke via video link with a gathering of senior officials from the Russian Federation and representatives of ASEAN member states. According to Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Petrushev, Washington could soon default on its large foreign debt.While addressing a gatheringRead More →

When it comes online, the MAGIS-100 experiment at the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and its successors will explore the nature of gravitational waves and search for certain types of wave-like dark matter. But first, researchers need to figure out something pretty basic: how to get good photographsRead More →

Added August 19, 2022 Images News Network Srinagar: An important meeting of the Kashmir Press Association was held under the chairmanship of President Bilal Ahmed Qureshi during which the problems and issues related to the publishing of newspapers and printing houses established in the valley of the Cashmere were discussed.Read More →

Zigmunds Priede: Aggregates of Time installation view, May 5 – September 25, 2022, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas. Photo: EG Schemf The forced migration of humans across landscapes shaped by shifting tribal, cultural, political and religious boundaries is as old as time. ZigmundsRead More →

In today’s 3D printing news, SLM Solutions announced several new appointments to its Board of Directors, and AML3D has begun implementing a major aerospace accreditation. Anisoprint partners with Jacobs University Bremen to create a 3D printing ecosystem. Finally, the researchers used a smartphone and a 3D-printed light box to combineRead More →

Ricoh USA, Inc. has announced the launch of RICOH Pro VC70000e, the latest model in its award-winning continuous feeder line. This latest addition benefits from advanced hardware, software and workflow enhancements, including Ricoh’s exclusive undercoat technology, which enables printers to produce photo books, luxury catalogs and more with the sharpnessRead More →

The Global flexo printing press market The study provides a comprehensive examination of the market throughout the projection quantity. The study covers an extension of sections along with the associated analysis of events and factors that are likely to play an important long-term role. These elements, called market dynamics, encompassRead More →

We’re starting with event news in today’s 3D Printing Briefs, as Formlabs has opened registration for its fifth annual User Summit this fall. Moving on, MeaTech and Umami Meats are working together to develop 3D printed cultured seafood. MakerBot has announced major updates to its CloudPrint platform, and a single-extruderRead More →

The Uttarakhand Police Special Task Force (STF) is investigating the role of a Lucknow-based printing press in the Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UKSSSC) paper leak case ), officials said Wednesday. The STF had earlier revealed that of the six defendants arrested, Manoj Joshi (a former UKSSSC Class IV employee),Read More →