Trnio company founded in 2012 has long been working on mobile applications that convert photos into 3D models, and have now developed a system that converts the iPhone and its camera into a unique 3D scanner.
Ciceri Mondello, a leading manufacturer of extruded sheet in HIPS, GPPS, ABS and ABS / PMMA, launched a little over a year ago FILOALFA, a new 3D printer filament technology FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) completely Made in Italy.
When technology is on the market is vital seek use. 3D printing has a strong base for the future and many applications already present (remember those implantable cartilage), but others discover. Researchers at Monash University in Australia, have been put to work and are using 3D printers to create artificial human body parts for study in medical schools.
It is the dream of some, others are becoming reality with an army of small robots, we can even talk of a quick process. We talked about using 3D printers to create the structure of a house or building, rather than continuing with the traditional way.
We will be getting used to seeing great advances in the world of 3D printing, from the point of view of quality that can be achieved, and also from the price at which the systems are offered. But getting the idea of a facility or room, to put us to build buildings, is a big jump.
Anyone who has played table tennis will know well: the fragility of the balls often do we have to stop before heading what we want. At least until now, because the versatility of 3D printers seems to have done the impossible: the ping-pong perfect.
One of the most important ecological problems today is the accumulation of plastic in the oceans. The residues that together voluntarily or involuntarily threw the sea make the seabed also, and our beaches- look invaded by these objects, a problem that has long trying to tackle at The Plastic Bank.
A few months ago that DMG MORI USA has been showing to the public its new development. A new machine listed as “hybrid” paves the way for what could be the most advanced, capable of combining additive manufacturing with subtractive 3D printers.