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February 11th, 2019

De geschiedenis van het verwarmen van een woning

De geschiedenis van het verwarmen van een woning Daan Couwenbergh 11 februari 2019 facebook twitter google+ linkedin whatsapp pinterest from Feed http://bit.ly/2WWBXEX via IFTTT

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Scientists use collagen and bovine bones to advance 3D bioprinting

Dr. qing li and a team of scientists recently completed a study investigating the compatibility of hydroxyapatite and collagen when used for 3D bioprinted scaffolds that serve as bone substitutes. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190211-scientists-use-collagen-and-bovine-bones-to-advance-3d-bioprinting.html

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Daniel Harari invented and 3D printed an Active Strain Relief device for filament

For makers like Daniel Harari at Harari Projects who store their filament spools on a rod above their 3D printers, sometimes printing from a distant spool can create so much tension that the extruder on the 3D printer can’t pull the filament in via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190211-daniel-harari-invented-and-3d-printed-an-active-strain-relief-device-for-filament.html

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Naval Group and Centrale Nantes 3D print world’s first hollow propeller blade

Last year, we reported on the collaboration between French defense contractor Naval Group and French engineering school Centrale Nantes that led to the first full-scale 3D printed military propeller, and now that same collaboration has resulted in the world’s first 3D printed hollow propeller blade. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190211-naval-group-and-centrale-nantes-3d-print-worlds-first-hollow-propeller-blade.html

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