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March 28th, 2018

How ‘Bad Bots’ Hamper Small Business Success

A new report from Distil Networks finds that dangerous bots are swarming onto business websites in the U.S. via www.SmallBusinessComputing.com, https://www.smallbusinesscomputing.com/tipsforsmallbusiness/how-bad-bots-hamper-small-business-success.html

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Hop to it this Easter with these four springtime 3D prints

With a seemingly never-ending winter now thawing out, it's finally starting to feel like spring. To get into the spirit of the new season, here are some fun 3D prints that are sure to liven up your home for Easter weekend. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-hop-to-it-this-easter-with-these-four-springtime-3d-prints.html

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3D bioprinted cell patches used to repair damaged diaphragms in groundbreaking study

Researchers in Japan have used a 3D bioprinted cellular patch to repair damaged human diaphragms attached to rats, seeing “complete tissue integration” of the printed grafts after a period of time. The exciting bioprinting research paves the way for a clinical trial. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-3d-bioprinted-cell-patches-used-to-repair-damaged-diaphragms-in-groundbreaking-study.html

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Maker Profile: Lumeclusters Melissa Ng on her extraordinary 3D printed armor and how fantasy saved her

If there's one maker in the 3D printing community who has taught us it's okay to dream big, it's Melissa Ng, the New York-based artist behind Lumecluster. In this week's Maker Profile we talk to the artist about her inspirations, working with 3D printing, and much more. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-maker-profile-lumeclusters-melissa-ng-on-3d-printing-fantasy-inspired-masks-armor-more.html

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SLM 3D printer used to make fusion reactor part in China

Scientists from the Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology and Chinese Academy of Sciences have built and tested a 3D printed wall of a test blanket module, a component of a fusion reactor, using CLAM steel. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-slm-3d-printer-used-to-make-fusion-reactor-part-in-china.html

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Metalysis secures $17M, prepares to roll out Gen4 metal powder tech for additive manufacturing

Metalysis, a UK manufacturer of 3D printable metal alloy powders, has raised £12 million ($17 million) from investors. The funding will help the company pursue its Generation 4 (Gen4) industrial-scale expansion initiative and will go towards establishing cutting-edge post-processing facilities, metal feedstock, and more. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-metalysis-secures-17m-prepares-to-roll-out-gen4-metal-powder-tech-for-additive-manufacturing.html

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3D printed lens technique could produce disease-detecting iPhone microscopes

Researchers at Northwestern University have discovered a new method for speeding up the 3D printing of millimeter-sized imaging lenses. The technique could be used create customized contact lenses or to turn iPhones into disease-spotting microscopes. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180328-3d-printed-lens-technique-could-produce-disease-detecting-iphone-microscopes.html

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Test je bierkennis! + gratis kortingscode (zie mancave.conrad.nl)

Welk bier vind ik lekker? Hoe schenk ik bier met nagisting op de fles goed in? In welk glas en waarom slaat ie toch zo snel dood? Wat is het verschil tussen wit en weizen? En is porter niet hetzelfde als een stout? Alles wat je altijd hebt willen weten over bier, maar niet durfde te vragen leer je nu …Continue reading →

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