See These 3D Printing Laboratories At Work Additive manufacturing is changing the way the world thinks about manufacturing and design. The scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories are pushing the boundries of what is possible.

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Now the field of 3D Bioengineering. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing as it is more commonly known holds promise for industrials ranging from automotive and aerospace to biomedical. Research furthering the technology and feedstocks for the printers is happening at the university and government laboratory level all over the world.

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What is a Biohybrid Robot ? What happens when you combine two of the hottest technologies emerging today, namely robotics and 3D printing? From the mind’s at Case Western Reserve University you something amazing!

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A Cybersecurity Threat From Additive Manufacturing? A disruptive innovation is defined as an innovation that creates a new market and value network and eventually disrupts an existing market and value network, displacing established market leaders and alliances. This disruption can have positive and negative impacts on society.

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This is a bit of an advertisement for a Silicon Valley start-up but it seems to be set to revolutionize the 3D printing or additive manufacturing industry. The speed of their technology, to make products is much faster than other companies and the cost seems to be cheaper. 

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The Future Of 3D Printing Technology May Be Here Right Now. Additive manufacturing lets us manufacture things not by assembling bits and pieces but by almost extruding them one atom at a time ( or so we hope) which we refer to as printing. In fact we call it 3D printing and I am sure […]

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A Working 3D Model Made From 3D Printing. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing as it more commonly called, is thought to be a disruptive technology. This sounds like a bad thing and maybe it is if you are heavily vested in something that it will eventually replace. However when it comes to medical applications for […]

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The Age of 3-D BioPrinting . In 2010 it was reported that roughly 10.4 million people visited a doctor complaining of knee pain. I as one of these but it is the fear of surgery that keeps me from going back. What is there was an easy way to replace the cartilage in the knee, which […]

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New 3-D Printing Technology Not Like Any Other. Many materials such as sugars, thermoplastics, glass, metals, ceramics and more are used to produce 3D-printed figures, typically with expensive or custom-built 3D printers.

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New Research Makes Manufactured Micro-Objects Possible. Scientists at ETH Zurich and IBM Research Zurich have developed a new technique that enables for the first time the manufacture of complexly structured tiny objects joining together microspheres.

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