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January 31st, 2019

HP FitStation platform uses 3D scanning & printing to make perfect shoe and insole

In 2017, HP launched the FitStation platform that uses 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies to create custom insoles. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190131-hp-expands-its-3d-printed-insole-fitstation-platform.html

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3D printing microstructures that can be moved with temperature or light

We’ve covered 3D printed, stiffness-tunable actuators and 3D printed microstructure gradients, so it follows that researchers would 3D print movable microstructures using gradients. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190131-3d-printing-microstructures-that-can-be-moved-with-temperature-or-light.html

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Brachten de Vikingen lepra naar Ierland?

Brachten de Vikingen lepra naar Ierland? Daan Couwenbergh 30 januari 2019 Het zou zomaar kunnen dat de Vikingen lepra meenamen naar Ierland. Dat concludeerden archeologen van de Queen’s University Belfast, de University of Surrey en de University of Southampton nadat zij onderzoek deden naar vijf skeletten in Ierland. Van de vijf skeletten kwamen er drie uit Dublin, een uit Ardreigh …Continue reading →

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Google Arts and Culture, Stratasys team up on 3D printing historical artifacts

Google Arts and Culture and Stratasys are re-imagining some of the world’s most cherished artifacts and historical monuments through additive manufacturing. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190131-google-arts-and-culture-stratasys-team-up-on-3d-printing-historical-artifacts.html

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Huntington Ingalls Industries delivers first 3D printed metal part for US Navy aircraft carrier installation

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division announced it has delivered the first 3D-printed metal part to the US Navy for installation on an aircraft carrier. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190131-huntington-ingalls-industries-delivers-first-3d-printed-metal-part-for-us-navy-aircraft-carrier-installation.html

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