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January 10th, 2019

200 million years old sea monster skull reproduced with 3D printing

The mysteries hidden within a prehistoric marine reptile skull have been revealed using CT scanning and 3D printing technologies. The large skull belonged to an ichthyosaur, a dinosaur that roamed the oceans some 200 million years ago. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190110-200-million-years-old-sea-monster-skull-reproduced-with-3d-printing.html

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SUTD researchers use 3D printed nanostructures to create anti-counterfeiting device

Anti-counterfeiting products are essential for protecting products and documents. The most popular anti-counterfeiting products are based on holograms via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190110-sutd-researchers-use-3d-printed-nanostructures-to-create-anti-counterfeiting-device.html

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UNIZ new SLASH 2 SLA 3D printer offers build speed of 1200 mm/hr

San Diego based UNIZ Technology unveiled the newest of its line of fast, high precision 3D printers — The SLASH 2 and SLASH 2J at the CES 2019 conference. The SLASH 2 series stereolithography 3D printers via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190110-unizs-new-slash-2-sla-3d-printer-offers-build-speed-of-1200-mm.html

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Middeleeuwse boekverluchting was niet alleen mannenwerk

Middeleeuwse boekverluchting was niet alleen mannenwerk Daan Couwenbergh 10 januari 2019 Het kopieren en verluchten van middeleeuwse manuscripten was niet alleen mannenwerk. Uit onderzoek naar het gebit van een skelet dat bij het Duitse Dalheim werd opgegraven, blijkt dat ook vrouwen betrokken waren bij de boekverluchtingen. Klooster in Dalheim Onderzoekers van het Max Planck Instituut en de University of York …Continue reading →

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IDC forecasts worldwide spending on 3D printing to reach $13.8bn in 2019

The IDC (International Data Corporation) recently forecasted that the global 3D printing industry (hardware, materials, services, and software) will reach $13.8 billion in 2019 via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190110-idc-forecasts-worldwide-spending-on-3d-printing-to-reach-in-2019.html

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SHINING 3D showcases latest 3D scanning and 3D printing solutions at CES 2019

SHINING 3D, a China-based firm that specializes in 3D digitizing and 3D printing technologies, is at CES 2019 showcasing their latest EinScan® Pro 2X series of multi-functional handheld 3D scanners. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190110-shining-3d-showcases-latest-3d-scanning-and-3d-printing-solutions-at-ces-2019.html

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