Why Dubai wants to become a 3D printed city
Written by Emma Reynolds, CNN CNN's series often carry sponsorship originating from the countries and regions we profile. However, CNN retains full editorial control over all of its reports. Our sponsorship policy. It started life as a novel way to create plastic objects, but 3D printing is rapidly developing into a technology that can make anything from body parts to bread.
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3D Printing: 5 disruptions that can change global economy
Recently, I took a Coursera course on marketing in a digital world as a part of my CPD plan. Many ideas and start-ups presented there were completely new to me and looked fascinating. The course also covered the role of 3D printing in disrupting current marketing models, as 3D printers are a good example of a new digital marketing tool.
10 Industries You Won't Believe Are Being Disrupted by 3D Printing - AMFG
As 3D printing continues to evolve, advancements in the technology have already forged new trends and unlocked new possibilities for key industries like aerospace, automotive and medical. But the disruptive impact of 3D printing is not limited to these well-known cases - the technology also has huge potential in other, perhaps lesser-known areas too.
7 Industries disrupted by 3D printing startups right now!
3D printing has been around for more than 30 years (the technology was introduced back in 1983, while first 3D printers were marketed around 1990) but its worldwide adoption is only starting.
7 Exciting Ways 3D Printing Is Changing the World Around Us in 2020
The 3D printing industry has experienced consistent and stable growth over the past decade, disrupting multiple industries. Sometimes it is hard to keep track of them all. Innovators and the researchers in the footwear, fashion design, construction, automotive industry, and the aerospace industry have embraced 3D printing to make better products, faster.
The "world's largest metal 3D printer" is being used to build rockets
The sky's the limit for a small Los Angeles-based startup with big plans for its building-size 3D printer. The firm, Relativity Space, was launched by former college classmates Tim Ellis and Jordan Noone. After graduation, Ellis was hired by Blue Origin and Noone signed on with SpaceX, two high-profile spaceflight companies with famous founders (Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, respectively).
How 3D printing is changing the customer relation | Steven Van Belleghem
One of the most disruptive innovations of the last few years is without a doubt 3D printing. And its future looks bright as 3D printers are finding their way into our homes. What once was looked at as a cool and nerdy gimmick, is now becoming the future of consumer products.
3 Additive Manufacturing technologies to watch out for in 2017
The first technology is bringing a whole new way of creating metal parts to the market. The machine is called the XJet and the technology it uses is called Nano Particle Jetting (NPJ). Most metal 3D printing technologies use a powder which is then sintered to create parts layer by layer, falling into the technology category of Powder Bed Fusion.
Breaking the Mold | Additive Manufacturing Simulation
By ANSYS Staff Relativity Space was founded in 2015 with a unique vision: to leverage additive manufacturing technology to 3D-print rockets that can be launched into space. This ambitious California-based startup is poised to change the global aerospace industry by making rockets exponentially faster, cheaper and simpler to produce.
Open Bionics - turning disabilities into superpowers
Meet the Hero Arm, the world's first clinically approved 3D-printed bionic arm, with multi-grip functionality and empowering aesthetics. Engineered in Bristol, UK, the Hero Arm is a lightweight and affordable myoelectric prosthesis, available now in the USA, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, for below elbow amputee adults and children aged eight and above.
Norwegian Robotics Firm to Develop Underwater 3D Printer - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
A Norwegian robotics firm called Kongsberg Ferrotech, which creates subsea robots for the oil and gas industry, is developing a form of underwater 3D printing for repairing pipelines below the sea. To develop the process, known as "Subsea Additive Manufacturing for Lifetime Extension", the company is working with Equinor, SINTEF, and Gassco.
Super productive 3D bioprinter could help speed up drug development
A 3-D printer that rapidly produces large batches of custom biological tissues could help make drug development faster and less costly. Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego developed the high-throughput bioprinting technology, which 3-D prints with record speed-it can produce a 96-well array of living human tissue samples within 30 minutes.
New Technique Allows Researchers to Custom 3D Print Bacteria-Resistant Medical Devices - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
A team of engineers and health experts led by mechanics professor Ricky Wildman from the University of Nottingham, UK, found a new way to design and manufacture custom medical devices to boost performance and bacterial resistance.
Les matériaux d'impression 3D : plastiques, métaux, polyamides, résines
Certains pourraient croire que le plastique est le seul matériau utilisé en impression 3D, hors un très large éventail de matières est disponible avec cette technologie. Il faut savoir que chaque procédé d'impression 3D correspond à un type de matériau bien précis.
3D Printing Trends for 2021: A Year of Radical Renewal
Three key 3D printing trends in 2021: rethink manufacturing; enabling the personalization of not only products, but also 3D printers; and creating new solutions, fast.
Spanish startup serves up 3D printed steaks
3D-printed veggie steaks could be coming to a plate near you.Barceolona-based startup Novameat is cranking up production as demand for plant-based products around the world soars.Developed in 2018, Novameat's technology replicates the muscle fibers of animal meat - using 100% plant-based ingredients.