They not just materialize in a market that seems to be in a permanent state of alert about the potential of this technology, but the fact is that the possible practical applications of 3D printers are still proving to be the most versatile. The latest example comes from a company that is dedicated to creating spectacle frames designs using 3D printers.
3D printing is “fashionable”. Beyond that it has begun to popularize a few years ago, today it is on everyone’s lips. There are increasing advances in relation to the technology and more about her spinning. Why do we want to be in the world of 3D printing ? Because there is still a huge amount of things to do with it! There is a huge open space for experimentation, and fortunately, there are many people wanting to get the juice.
STRATASYS RECENTLY INTRODUCED ITS NEW 3D PRINTER SELECTION OBJET500 DENTAL LABORATORY DENTAL HIGH VOLUME.
The long list of 3D printing applications in the dental medical industry continues to grow and Stratasys is at the forefront of the latest technology in this sector extremely realistic 3D printing and accurate color models of teeth and gums for use in training, test implants, diagnostics, etc.
Olivetti is a manufacturer of electronic office products and very famous especially for its legendary Italian company typewriter.
Not to be outdone, Olivetti has also decided to enter the world of 3D printing and recently announced the development of its own 3D printer High quality, 100% made in Italy, including software. The printer has been baptized with the name of 3D S2 and is aimed specifically at small and medium businesses undoubtedly they will be attracted by your brand.
Let’s start at the beginning as today’s 3D printing is not yet a mass phenomenon in the home, or at least could say that has not grown into an everyday object at home, as if they are printers conventional ink. Many people know the fundamental concepts of 3D printing and so will try to summarize briefly in this post.
The other day, thanks to this project that you can see further down in this post, I found a company called Ponoko, which created from our designs and the materials we choose the parts needed to make them happen. Whether it’s laser cutting and 3D printing, anything is possible. The advantages of Ponoko are clear: No minimum order, the price can be anything we want instantly produce numerous materials and finishes available, and fast delivery by mail. In this case, we can choose the production and shipment are made from Formulor in Germany, saving import costs and ensuring a faster receipt of materials ready for assembly.
The use of 3D printers in the medical field is usually associated with prostheses and even organs intended for tests or simulations of operations. But from the School of Pharmacy at the University College London proposed a simple and practical direct use print on demand medication.
As researchers of this center in The Pharmaceutical Journal, 3D printing has significant potential to turn the drug industry to a more individualized and less global model include: a patient comes to the pharmacy and there will be printed according to prescribed drugs your needs.
The evolution of 3D printers still trying to propose alternatives to manufacturing processes, and now comes an alternative that could be useful in the transition. Neil Hopkinson, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Sheffield, has already been working in high-speed sintering, and the technology is already in an advanced stage of development.
Amazon has recently announced the opening of a new online service that will appeal in this case the three-dimensional printing. Through the unprecedented store you will be able to create and buy custom objects from jewelery in small instruments.
The three-dimensional printing is slowly gaining ground and, as we have already had several opportunities to say, if it were to catch on would surely be able to change the face of the industry in several ways. Of course there are still obstacles, first of all the cost of entry for such a production method: as 3D printers are getting cheaper this is still a considerable investment.
Companies Graphene Lab 3D and 3D Taulman have declared these days the signing of a memorandum of understanding, laying the foundation for a joint research and development of materials for 3D printing.