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Kimya 3D prints spare parts for the railway industry with custom...

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Kimya, the additive manufacturing materials arm of technology company ARMOR, continues to provide 3D printing services for the railway industry with its latest...

Hackaday Podcast 106: Connector Kerfuffle, Tuning Fork Time, Spinach Contact Prints,...

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Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys recount the coolest hacks from the past week....

Airbus mass 3D prints waveguide parts for latest Eutelsat satellites

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Aerospace manufacturer Airbus has 3D printed a total of 500 components for Eutelsat’s Eurostar Neo series of relay satellites.  By additive manufacturing the radio...

Branch Technology 3D prints its first building facade in Tennessee

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Construction 3D printing company Branch Technology has 3D printed a building facade for a financial institution in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Once complete, pedestrians passing by...

VFRAME 3D prints cluster munition replicas to aid Mnemonic’s war crime...

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Open-source software developer VFRAME has 3D printed replicas of warzone munitions to help investigators at Mnemonic probe potential human rights violations from a...

Thailand’s SCG 3D prints co-working building designed by parametric modeling

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Thailand-based cement and construction materials business SCG has 3D printed a 102 square meter co-working space with the aim of combining aesthetic textured...

Truck Bed Liners Improve 3D Prints

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There are at least two kinds of 3D printer operators: those who work hard to...

Mighty Buildings raises $40m, Printed Farms 3D prints Florida first and...

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There’s been a flurry of activity in the construction 3D printing sector, as prefab producer Mighty Buildings, education non-profit Thinking Huts, and Floridian...

ETH Zurich 3D prints less invasive dissolvable stents to clear the...

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ETH Zurich researchers have 3D printed bioresorbable stents that are designed to provide less invasive oxygen relief to those suffering from air­way ob­struc­tion.  By...

Australian team 3D prints ‘bone’ with living cells

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A local research team has developed a ceramic-based ink that could allow surgeons to 3D-print bone-like structures containing living cells.3D printers may one...