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Gold Nanoparticles Shine Light on 3D-Printing Defects
An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Vanderbilt University has developed a technique that uses the optical properties of gold nanoparticles to detect and quantify missing layers in 3D-printed products.
3D Printed Cardiac Patch Mends Damaged Hearts
The team employed an electrohydrodynamic printing process known as melt electrowriting (MEW) to engineer 3D fiber scaffolds, which could help the newly-injected cells remain in the live heart and grow. The stretchable microfiber scaffold, which featured a hexagonal or beehive...
Unlimited Tomorrow Redesigns the Prosthetic Arm
Unlimited Tomorrow is collaborating with 3D printing giant Stratasys and 3D software provider Dassault Systemes to create low-cost, highly functional prosthetic arms for those who need them most.
5 Ways 3D Printing Will Change Healthcare
A new study of the potential for 3D printing in the healthcare industry predicts wide-ranging advancements and disruptions as the technology is adopted by more hospitals and manufacturers.
FDA Plans More Research on 3D Printing
The FDA has released a new video outlining its plans for further 3D printing research and regulation.

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GKN Teams with PostNord AB; Sets Up Partnership with EOS
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The companies are focused on logistics for 3D-printed parts. Collaboration set to reduce time...

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Authentic Teams with Autodesk for Additive Workflow
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It is collaborating with Autodesk to release an integration that makes use of Autodesk...

Deko 3D by Sepia Completes 3D Service Offering with Massivit 3D Printing Solution
The Massivit 1800 will complement the company’s CNC machines.

Editor’s Picks: Nov. 8-14 2018
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of...

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