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Architectural firm takes design to new heights with 3D printed models
Find out how Sydney Opera House designers, Henning Larsen Architects, started producing models within hours, instead of weeks, through the use of 3D printing. Read more...
BAE saves time and money with 3D printed parts for BAE 146 Jetliner and Tornado GR4
Faced with costs of £14,000 ($23,255) and several months’ lead time, BAE decided to print its own replacement parts for a commercial aircraft. Now the company is exploring using 3D printing to supply replacement parts for other commercial aircraft types. Read more...
Normal takes on the big boys, using 3D printing technology to produce personalised earbuds for the consumer market
Headphones come in a hundred shapes and sizes, but almost none of them are made to fit you. Find out how 3D printing allowed Normal to custom develop an affordable line of personalised earbuds. Now no two earbuds need to be alike — not even your own. Read more...
The trip to the dentist just got a little less painful with 3D printed crowns - while you wait
3D printing is now being by leading dentists to scan patients’ teeth and create crowns for them while they wait. A process that normally takes two weeks, now only takes an hour. Read more...
Supermarket giant ASDA differentiates itself with in-store 3D printing service
ASDA became the first UK supermarket to offer an in-store 3D scanning and 3D printing service, allowing customers to capture and print scale models of their possessions or even themselves. Read more...
3D printing plays a leading role in the production of major blockbuster movie
Faced with shrinking budgets, short lead times and last minute changes; film studios turn to 3D printing to bring film characters and avatars to life. Read more...
Rapid prototyping and low-volume production of components with 3D printing
Manufacturers use 3D printing to produce short-runs of test components and new parts as they look to broaden their product ranges. Read more...
3D printing revolutionises virtually every aspect of the medical industry
Major hospitals team up to produce durable, low cost medical appliances and prosthetics. Read more...
Printers let hearing aid manufacturer automate, yet customise
In the hearing aid production process, manufacturers leverage both 3D printing and 3D scanning to produce products perfectly matched to the wearer’s ear. Read more...
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Medical Implants and Printable Body Parts to Drive 3D Printer Growth - 25th August 2014
False teeth, hip joints and replacement knees – and potentially printable skin and organs – will drive growth in the burgeoning market for 3D printers over the next decade, according to new research. Read more...
3D Printers Widely Accessible at Canadian Libraries - 24th August 2014
Every day, it seems, there is more cool stuff that you can 3D print — from wedding cake toppers based on a 3D scan of you and your betrothed to replicas of fossils in museums to personalized iPhone cases — if only you had a 3D printer. And who does? Read more...
 
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