Protesters at Extinction Rebellion were cleared of any trespassing in a printing press last year when the group blocked the distribution of half a million newspapers. Protesters blocked the entrance to Newsprinters belonging to News-UK in Knowsley, Merseyside, with a blue van and yellow boat on a trailer last September.
In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we have physicists for 3D printing of magnets, a new company that 3D prints custom silicone sex toys, and a more ergonomic water pressure cleaning station for removal. support. Read on for all the details! 3D printing magnets and magnetic systems 3D
Image Courtesy: Reuters Maharashtra’s newspaper industry suffered sunk losses during the lockdown, which runs under the impact of rapidly dropping traffic and advertising during the lockdown. The myth and mistrust of the spread of the coronavirus in the newspapers has only made the problem worse. The print media shut down
Amanda Karioth Thompson | Culture and Arts Council The new Tallahassee Classical School opened its doors to students in August, and their art teacher, Robert Yorke, wasted no time in outfitting his classroom. He applied for and received an arts education grant from the Council for Culture and the Arts.
These are the business and the materials to start in this week’s 3D Printing News Briefs and then 3D Printing for Cultural Heritage. Dyndrite added two new members to its Developer Council, and Carbon introduced a new material, while KAUST 3D prints peptide-based hydrogel scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. Finally,
Google celebrates Johannes Gutenberg, inventor of the movable type press. Google Few people in history have had such a big impact on the world as Johannes Gutenberg. In the 15th century, the German inventor introduced movable-type printing to Europe, triggering a revolution that helped disseminate knowledge to the masses. To
K1 Packaging Group recently installed a Landa S10 nanographic printing press. The Landa S10 breaks color, speed and substrate barriers by utilizing the Nanographic Printing process, Landa’s proprietary application of nanotechnology for digital printing. K1’s Landa S10, which prints up to 6,500 sheets per hour, is the first Landa digital