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3D printing returns replica of 12th century candlestick to Gloucester

Investigation & design

3D printing returns replica of 12th century candlestick to Gloucester


Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, is working with Gloucester Cathedral and the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum, London, to recreate the Gloucester Candlestick using metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) technology. The original candlestick is on show at the V&A Museum, while the Renishaw manufactured replica will be displayed and used at Gloucester Cathedral.   ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Design BRAND: Renishaw
3D facial photos can detect sleep apnea

Health & medicine

3D facial photos can detect sleep apnea


Facial features analyzed from 3D photographs could predict the likelihood of having obstructive sleep apnea, according to a study published in the April issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Medical advances
A team of researchers create the smallest camera in the world with 3D microprinting

Health & medicine

A team of researchers create the smallest camera in the world with 3D microprinting


The device is prepared to study heart disease and is the thickness of a human hair. It is so small that researchers have been able to scan into the blood vessels of the mice ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Medical advances
A 3D printed necklace that prevents you from touching your face

Investigation & design

A 3D printed necklace that prevents you from touching your face


NASA engineers share the files to make a portable device that continually prevents you from impulsively touching your face, a preventative gesture to fight the coronavirus. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: New advances
How additive manufacturing repairs submarines without going to shipyards

Commerce & industry

How additive manufacturing repairs submarines without going to shipyards


Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of Collins Class submarines. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Industry and Maintenance
A 3D printed pavilion, study center for future Martian habitats

Commerce & industry

A 3D printed pavilion, study center for future Martian habitats


The MEAN architecture studio has designed an oasis in the middle of the Wadi Rum desert in southern Jordan. The team used generative design methods to simulate a holistic structure ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Architecture and Art BRAND: MEAN
3D map mouse brain

Health & medicine

3D map mouse brain


After three years of work, the new atlas, in high resolution, will receive a broader context of findings for neuroscience. The complex mapped terrain is only half an inch long and weighs less than a jelly bean. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Scientific laboratory
Ricoh launches a series of reference DNA plates using bioprinting

Health & medicine

Ricoh launches a series of reference DNA plates using bioprinting


It will market its recently developed RICOH standard DNA series as reference material for genetic testing applications where PCR is used. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting BRAND: Ricoh
ATMOBLUE, the first 3D printed smart air purifier

Investigation & design

ATMOBLUE, the first 3D printed smart air purifier


It is a patented air filtration system that uses replaceable industrial grade filters that block 99.9% of air particles. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Design
“Flexoskeletons“: robots inspired by insects faster and cheaper to manufacture thanks to 3D printing

Investigation & design

“Flexoskeletons“: robots inspired by insects faster and cheaper to manufacture thanks to 3D printing


Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a new method that doesn’t require any special equipment and works in just minutes to create soft, flexible, 3D-printed robots. ( Leer más... )


CATEGORY: Design





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