[ad_1] Check out the University of Miami arts and humanities exhibitions and events taking place during Miami Art Week 2021. Art Basel is back and ready to showcase the best of art from around the world here in South Florida. The University of Miami has a variety of events inRead More →

In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we begin with stories from Aleph Farms and Orbex regarding their efforts to keep our planet healthy by working towards net zero carbon and building an environmentally friendly rocket, respectively. with 3D printed parts. Subsequently, Additive Assurance partnered with Volkswagen, and PennRead More →

[ad_1] Original poster for the Woodstock Music Festival August 15-17, 1969, with original type 1 print. Artist: Arnold Skolnick. Estimate of $ 5,000 to $ 7,000Stephenson Auctioneers and Appraisers SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. – Friday, December 3, it’s going to be déjà vu again as Stephenson’s from suburban Philadelphia presents Part 3Read More →

[ad_1] We start with an unusual story in today’s 3D printing briefs, as mimiX Biotherapeutics, which launched its first acoustic bio-printer this week, noticed that Facebook’s new Meta logo looked terribly familiar. Subsequently, XJet has two new distribution partners in Europe and 3D LifePrints expands to the United States withRead More →

[ad_1] Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast polymeric 3D printers, has announced its partnership with leader in AI-based manufacturing software, Oqton, to meet the growing demand for patient-specific dental devices and aligners manufactured in additive worldwide. As part of this collaboration, Nexa3D plans to unveil new dental software that delivers significantRead More →

[ad_1] Researchers designed a data-centric approach for generative modeling of 3D printed steel. The team believes their model could help determine the quality of a design and material before manufacturing. The research is published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A. To study: A data-centric approach to generative modelingRead More →

[ad_1] Advanced visualization led to changes in surgical approach in 50% of cases involving oncology patients PEORIA, Illinois., November 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – When you think of 3D printing of organ models, heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar, based in Illinois, does not occur to me. Typically, Caterpillar uses 3DRead More →

[ad_1] November 10, 2021 The article below was written by Glen Nelson, general manager of HVP Solutions, which markets software to reduce manual labor and streamline workflows in school and sports photography … One of the most difficult aspects of school photography is… you guessed it… consistency. First, why shouldRead More →

[ad_1] Xeikon unveiled VariOne, a new variable data tool for Xeikon’s X-800 digital front-end, which can immediately generate and print unique creative designs, based on image or vector graphics, in endless complex patterns. The Xeikon VariOne was developed and engineered to add value and benefit brand owners, designers, illustrators, printers,Read More →

[ad_1] Today’s briefs on 3D printing will be especially brief today, as we’re discussing business first. 6K appointed a CFO and PrintParts shipped its first SmartParts. Next, B9Creations partnered with the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to 3D print parts for an all-terrain vehicle. Read on for allRead More →

[ad_1] The exhibit featured hanjÅ«ban, or traditional underlays, as well as more contemporary designs inspired by them. (Photo courtesy of Brad Wakoff.) The first thing I noticed upon entering the exhibit was that Repro Japan looks like pieces of Japanese culture sewn together. It is not organized by chronology, regionRead More →

[ad_1] Hudson Print in Salt Lake City is now home to a new Landa S10P nanographic printing press. The installation is in progress. “Quality is paramount here,” said CEO Paul Hudson. “Our customers won’t compromise on color – that’s what we’re known for.” The unique and extensive color range ofRead More →

[ad_1] The increased awareness and popularity surrounding the use of metals in additive manufacturing presents exciting opportunities for many industries, especially aerospace and medicine, as new research in the journal considers. Metals. To study: Flexible production of powders for the additive manufacturing of refractory metal-based alloys. Image Credit: MarinaGrigorivna /Read More →