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US power management firm Eaton is applying additive manufacturing to generating low-cost hydropower for the Department of Energy. As part of their government contract, Eaton is set to manufacture and test new, low-cost integrated hydropower turbines and generator sets, before testing a scaled-down test generator next year. The turbines will be used within US waterways, […]
Author: Rushabh Haria
Posted: September 22, 2017, 5:53 pm
Set up in 2006, Maker Faire has grown into a seminal event for budding and experienced tinkerers across the U.S. This week marks the latest edition of the World Maker Faire, held at the New York Hall of Science on the 23rd and 24th September 2017. As a celebration of “arts, crafts, engineering, science projects […]
Author: Beau Jackson
Posted: September 22, 2017, 5:26 pm
Next week over 800 CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, scientists, investors and media, from across the world will meet in London for one of the most significant conferences on innovation in 2017. 3D printing will of course play a prominent role. The Codex World’s top 50 innovations from the industries of the future brings together the scientists, […]
Author: Michael Petch
Posted: September 22, 2017, 5:18 pm
Johannes Rudolph and Fabian Lorenz of the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany have developed a unique multimaterial 3D printing process for making electric motors. The goal of the technique is to create motors with a greater overload capacity, so that electric powered machines and devices can run longer without getting damaged. The first challenge was […]
Author: Beau Jackson
Posted: September 22, 2017, 1:36 pm
California-based 3D metal printer manufacturer Formalloy have released their Lab Series (L-series) metal printer, which uses its own patented Laser Metal Deposition technology together with a blue laser technology developed by Nuburu. Formalloy’s metal printers are used mainly in industrial part production and scientific research. The L-series marks the first instance of a 3D printer […]
Author: Rushabh Haria
Posted: September 22, 2017, 1:28 pm
Today’s 3D printing news Sliced features developments in medicine, design, materials and business from: Omegasonics, NuVasive, Stryker, UC Davis, Nuvotronics, MX3D, Eclectical Engineering, Plumen, Carpenter, EOS, Institute of Ceramic Technology, colorFabb, Palermo Astronomical Observatory, Titomic, Apis Cor, Blackbird Robotics, UI Labs, Airwolf 3D and ONO. Validation for 3D medtech and bioprinting Omegasonics, a global manufacturer […]
Author: Beau Jackson
Posted: September 22, 2017, 11:23 am
McLaren Applied Technologies, a member of the McLaren Group best known for automotive production, has used a range of 3D technologies to develop a medical breastplate. Known as Project Invincible, the product borrows features from the McLaren Racing’s Formula racing cars to achieve three key aims, protecting the body from initial impact, transferring the load […]
Author: Rushabh Haria
Posted: September 21, 2017, 7:54 pm
The National Physical Laboratory, based in Teddington, south-west London, is Britain’s national measurement institute and the country’s largest applied physics laboratory. While its main purpose is to manage the MSF time signal and provide the government with expert scientific advice, it also provides scientific skills training to everyone from school leavers to postgraduates, and support […]
Author: Rushabh Haria
Posted: September 21, 2017, 7:49 pm
3D printing retailer iMakr has announced the addition of OR Laser’s ORLAS CREATOR to their growing range of additive manufacturing solutions. The ORLAS CREATOR was first unveiled at Formnext 2016, and generated a substantial amount of interest – initially due to the low-price point when compared to existing metal 3D printing systems. Eric Savant, iMakr CEO, […]
Author: Michael Petch
Posted: September 21, 2017, 7:24 pm
In a bid to develop safer nuclear fuel under the DoE’s Technology Commercialization Fund, Idaho National Laboratory has developed an innovative additive manufacturing process for uranium-based feedstocks. Dubbed Additive Manufacturing as an Alternative Fabrication Technique (AMAFT), the process makes fuel for common light water reactors (LWRs) that constitute approximately 359 of the 449 nuclear reactors around the […]
Author: Beau Jackson
Posted: September 21, 2017, 5:21 pm
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