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January 9th, 2018

Cellink and CTI Biotech sign deal to 3D print customized cancer cells

In exciting news from the biomedical industry, Swedish bioprinting company Cellink has joined forces with CTI Biotech, a medical tech firm based in Lyon, France, that focuses in cancer treatment via tissue production. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2AK4gKz

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Polaroid debuts four new easy-to-use consumer 3D printers at CES 2018

Polaroid announced today the launch of four new easy-to-use consumer 3D printers for the US and Canadian markets. The line of Polaroid 3D printers will be on display at the Polaroid booth (Central Hall #16615) at the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show, January 9-12 in Las Vegas. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2qIySMB

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SHINING 3D releases EinScan Discovery Pack & EinScan HD Prime Pack 3D Scanning accessories at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 officially kicks off today, and the product unveilings have already started rolling in. First up on our radar is two new accessories from SHINING 3D, the Chinese manufacturer rapidly making a name for itself with its growing line of 3D scanning devices. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2CXSdys

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Metal 3D printing enables first-of-its-kind luxury faucet for KALLISTA

As CES 2018 ramps up for another year in Las Vegas, thousands of makers, businesses, and tech heads are busy scouring the conference for the newest and hottest in 3D printing technology. But despite all the (well deserved) CES hype, one of the most exciting 3D printed designs we’ve seen today is actually coming from across the States, at the …Continue reading →

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Airwolf 3D releases EVO Additive Manufacturing Center at CES

Airwolf 3D has been one of the key innovators in the manufacturing of desktop industrial 3D printers over recent years, cornering a niche in the market for machines that are capable of printing at a commercial standard but are still relatively compact and accessible. The company annouced today that they have developed the EVO, a machine so advanced that they …Continue reading →

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MIT researchers find that melting can prevent adhesion in metal 3D printing

Researchers at MIT have developed a new way for getting sprayed metal coatings to adhere, in a study that could have big implications for metal 3D printing. The researchers used an ultra-fast camera to observe a spray coating process and discover the ideal conditions for metal bonding. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2CIXarb

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Easycube: The Ultimate Fun Modular Building Blocks

Build your own robots with Easycube! Simple, fun and easy to assemble. Education in an entertained and engaged way. – [currently $2,667 (27%) of $10,000 goal] via Technology (latest) :: Kicktraq, http://ift.tt/2Fg9nWh

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Canada RCMP announces plans to 3D print crime scene models for use in court

While many people worry about the security and criminal risks of 3D printing technologies (what with 3D printed guns, safe breakers, etc.), additive manufacturing is also being used to fight crime. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2CV3pg2

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NYU realistic 3D printed masks encourage families to donate loved ones faces for transplantation

A team of medical professionals from NYU’s Langone Medical Center are 3D printing highly realistic masks based on dead people’s faces. The team hopes that these 3D printed masks will make it easier for families of the deceased to agree to face transplants. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2CWW66D

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