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3D Printing Progress
Jun 6, 2019
Industrial additive manufacturing with aerospace-grade materials

Industrial additive manufacturing with aerospace-grade materials

Orion focuses on scientific research and development of Additive Manufacturing technologies for solving the complex problems of today and building innovative solutions of tomorrow.
3D Printing Progress
Jun 5, 2019
Ready, jet... print!

Ready, jet... print!

Inkjet printing is expected to fast track the commercialization of organic solar cells. Researchers have exploited this technique to generate high-efficiency solar cells at large scales.
3D Printing Progress
Jun 4, 2019
3D printed artificial corneas similar to human ones

3D printed artificial corneas similar to human ones

The existing artificial cornea uses recombinant collagen or is made of chemical substances such as synthetic polymer. Therefore, it does not incorporate well with the eye or is not transparent after the cornea implant.
3D Printing Progress
Jun 3, 2019
Bringing 3D-printing to the moon

Bringing 3D-printing to the moon

International space agencies and companies are not only planning to further explore, but to colonize space. The moon is of great importance as a research station and starting point for further expeditions. However, the cost of flights and transports to the moon are enormous - a kilogram of loading capacity costs approximately 700,000 Euros. Therefore, infrastructure, components and devices, etc., would at best be manufactured directly on the Earth's satellite.
3D Printing Progress
May 31, 2019
3D-print a bathroom in a day

3D-print a bathroom in a day

Researchers have developed the capability to 3D print an unfurnished bathroom in less than a day.\r\n\r\n
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Report from MedTech Forum, Paris 15-16 May 2019

Report from MedTech Forum, Paris 15-16 May 2019

The MedTech Forum 2019 took place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th May 2019 in Paris, France. It was preceded on Tuesday 14th May 2019 by the fifth annual Start-Up Innovantes du Dispositif Medical event, which enables French MedTech start-ups to showcase their technology. This report was compiled by IDTechEx analysts Ivan De Backer and James Hayward who both attended the events.\r\n
3D Printing Progress
May 29, 2019
3D printing transforms wildlife tracking

3D printing transforms wildlife tracking

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department has created a safer way of tracking various wildlife populations through 3D printing technology, specifically bobcat kittens.
3D Printing Progress
May 28, 2019
Disrupting $12 billion orthodontics industry with 3D production

Disrupting $12 billion orthodontics industry with 3D production

SmileDirectClub is powering its digital differentiation and rapid manufacturing expansion of clear aligners with HP's Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions, making it the largest producer of Multi Jet Fusion 3D printed parts in the USA.\r\n
3D Printing Progress
May 27, 2019
3D-printed device detects biomarkers of preterm birth

3D-printed device detects biomarkers of preterm birth

Preterm birth is the leading complication of pregnancy. If doctors had a simple, accurate and inexpensive way to identify women at risk for the condition, they could develop better prevention strategies.
3D Printing Progress
May 24, 2019
Heineken: Ensuring production continuity with 3D printing

Heineken: Ensuring production continuity with 3D printing

Heineken is using 3D printing solutions to produce a variety of custom tools and functional machine parts to aid in manufacturing at the company's brewery in Seville, Spain.
3D Printing Progress
Jun 5, 2019
Ready, jet... print!

Ready, jet... print!

Inkjet printing is expected to fast track the commercialization of organic solar cells. Researchers have exploited this technique to generate high-efficiency solar cells at large scales.
3D Printing Progress
Jun 3, 2019
Bringing 3D-printing to the moon

Bringing 3D-printing to the moon

International space agencies and companies are not only planning to further explore, but to colonize space. The moon is of great importance as a research station and starting point for further expeditions. However, the cost of flights and transports to the moon are enormous - a kilogram of loading capacity costs approximately 700,000 Euros. Therefore, infrastructure, components and devices, etc., would at best be manufactured directly on the Earth's satellite.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Report from MedTech Forum, Paris 15-16 May 2019

Report from MedTech Forum, Paris 15-16 May 2019

The MedTech Forum 2019 took place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th May 2019 in Paris, France. It was preceded on Tuesday 14th May 2019 by the fifth annual Start-Up Innovantes du Dispositif Medical event, which enables French MedTech start-ups to showcase their technology. This report was compiled by IDTechEx analysts Ivan De Backer and James Hayward who both attended the events.\r\n
3D Printing Progress
May 28, 2019
Disrupting $12 billion orthodontics industry with 3D production

Disrupting $12 billion orthodontics industry with 3D production

SmileDirectClub is powering its digital differentiation and rapid manufacturing expansion of clear aligners with HP's Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions, making it the largest producer of Multi Jet Fusion 3D printed parts in the USA.\r\n
3D Printing Progress
May 24, 2019
Heineken: Ensuring production continuity with 3D printing

Heineken: Ensuring production continuity with 3D printing

Heineken is using 3D printing solutions to produce a variety of custom tools and functional machine parts to aid in manufacturing at the company's brewery in Seville, Spain.
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