PhD Student Uses HP 3D Printing Technology to Help Rehabilitate Spinal-Cord Injury Patients

Glasgow, Scotland, 22nd June 2020– A Biomedical Engineering PhD student at the University of Glasgow has teamed up with HP and Autodesk to produce a 3D-printed electroencephalography (EEG) headset to improve the recovery of spinal-cord injury (SCI) patients. EEG is a medical monitoring method to Read More »

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The “Texas Breather”: TTUHSC El Paso and UTEP Develop a Low-Cost, 3D-Printed Ventilator for Hospitals

Team of physicians and engineers seeks FDA emergency use authorization of device EL PASO, Texas – Nationwide, hospitals are concerned about a possible shortage of ventilators as more Americans require treatment for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease that can cause life-threatening respiratory problems such as Read More »

“Geometry and Material in Harmony”

The theme for this year’s “purmundus challenge” international competition for design in 3D and 4D printing is “Geometry and Material in Harmony” Industry is currently moving rapidly towards a “made-to-order” future. Not in order to merely revise predominant concepts, but to develop individual, tailored concepts Read More »

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ExOne and Pitt Collaborate to Produce Reusable Respirators with 3D Printed Metal Filters

By University of Pittsburgh and ExOne PITTSBURGH (April 27, 2020) … The ExOne Company, the global leader in industrial 3D printers using binder jetting technology, and the University of Pittsburgh, a leading public research university based in Pittsburgh, have partnered to develop reusable metal filters Read More »

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Wyss-Designed Swabs Enter Human Trials for COVID-19

New low-cost nasopharyngeal swabs can be manufactured quickly to address the international shortage of swabs for testing and research By Lindsay Brownell | Science Writer | Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University (BOSTON) April 28, 2020 — Researchers at the Wyss Institute Read More »

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AMUG Awards Two Scholarships

Kate Schneidau and Chris Kaminsky to be Recognized at 2020 AMUG Conference MILWAUKEE, WIS., Feb. 27, 2020 – The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced the recipients of its scholarships. Katherine (Kate) Schneidau, who is pursuing a master’s degree in mechanical engineering at the Read More »

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Additive Industries – Record Number of Contestants 2020 Design Challenge for 3D Printing, Six Finalist Announced

Finalists in Professional and Student categories cover key applications February 20, 2020, Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – On Thursday, February 20,2020, Additive Industries announced the finalists of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2020. From a record number of 151 contestants, both professionals and Read More »

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AeroDef 2020 – Driving Manufacturing Knowledge and Intelligence

AeroDef Manufacturing, produced by SME and in partnership with industry OEMs, is a high-end conference and exposition in aerospace and defense manufacturing, offering a broad range of activities from panel discussions to presentations and workshops. This year’s 4-day event will be held from 16th March Read More »

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NSERC HI-AM Network Announces New Partnerships

Waterloo, ON, Canada –The NSERC Network for Holistic Innovation in Additive Manufacturing (HI-AM) has welcomed three new industrial partners: Equispheres Inc., GE Additive (AP&C), and KSB SE & Co. KGaA. Under the agreement approved by Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) on Read More »

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Multimaterial 3D Printing Manufactures Complex Objects, Fast

Multinozzle printer can switch between multiple inks up to 50 times per second By Lindsay Brownell ( lindsay.brownell@wyss.harvard.edu) | Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University  (BOSTON) November 13, 2019 — 3D printers are revolutionizing manufacturing by allowing users to create any physical shape Read More »

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