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SFU researchers use cellulose material to 3D print wireless IoT sensors

Simon Fraser University’s Mechatronic System professor Woo Soo Kim and Swiss researchers are developing an eco-friendly, 3D printable solution for producing wireless Internet-of-Things (IoT) sensors. via,


3D Printed Drone Parts – All You Need to Know in 2019 -by

Check out 2019 guide to 3D printed drones with resources, materials, and ideas. In fact, all you need to start 3D printing your own drone parts. While it’s not yet common to fabricate electrical components like motors, sensors or even electronics – but watch this space – it’s entirely possible to 3D print drone parts like the frame, landing gear, …Continue reading →


E3D releases Pathio, a brand new slicer for FFF/FDM 3D printers

E3D spinoff Pathio has released its brand new slicer Pathio for FDM/FFF 3D printers. via,


NASA awards $2M to team making tiny 3D printed sensors for planetary rovers

Mahmooda Sultana and her team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland won a $2 million technology development award to advance a nanomaterial-based detector platform which is capable of sensing everything from minute concentrations of gases and vapor, atmospheric pressure and temperature, and then transmitting that data via a wireless antenna. via,


FELIXprinters introduces large-format Pro L and Pro XL FFF/FDM 3D printers

FELIXprinters has launched the Pro L and XL professional 3D printing systems as it continues to expand its industrial range of additive manufacturing machines. via,


Prusa releases Original Prusa i3 MK3S 3D printer and MMU2S upgrades

Prusa 3D printers are perhaps the most popular RepRap 3D printer as over 100,000 units have been shipped to makers around the world. via,


3D bioprinted BioMask could quickly heal facial skin wounds

A study out of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) confirmed the efficacy of a 3D printed BioMask for treating facial wounds. via,


Wrak USS Hornet na 77 jaar gevonden

Wrak USS Hornet na 77 jaar gevonden Marc Mens 14 februari 2019 Op 26 oktober 1942 is het vliegdekschip USS Hornet (CV-8) door Japanse bommenwerpers gezonken. Nadat de bemanning het schip noodgedwongen moest verlaten had niemand het oorlogsschip nog teruggezien. Maar in januari 2019 vond de duikboot R/V Petrel het scheepswrak terug op de bodem van de Stille Oceaan. Historisch …Continue reading →


Researchers integrate microfluidic system into DLW 3D printer for multimaterial nanoprinting

By combining a microfluidic system into a direct laser writing (DLW) 3D printer, a team of German scientists printed microstructures consisting of several materials. via,


3Doodler App turns your smartphone screen into a 3D printing pen canvas

3Doodler, the company behind the revolutionary 3D printing pen, is preparing to launch its first mobile app for Android and iOS in the first quarter of 2019. via,


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