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3D Printed Synthetic Muscles Allow For Robotics With Realistic Dexterity
Shares 0The engineers team at Columbia University has managed to create asynthetic muscle that can operate without actuators, compressed air, or pressure regulators. While most robotics require lots of smaller parts and ancillary equipment to function, this one operates on its own. The components of the hand itself are actually softer than any previous iteration of such a project.
Sep 20, 2017 3:03PM - 3D Printing (3dprinting.com)
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Geeetech E180 mini 3D printer hits Kickstarter for just $199
Sep 20, 2017 | By Benedict Geeetech, a Shenzhen-based 3D printer manufacturer, has unveiled the E180, a mini 3D printer and upgraded version of its predecessor, the Me Ducer. The company has launched a crowdfunding campaign for its new creation, priced at $199a third less than its retail price. The aim of the new Kickstarter campaign, which has a $50,000 goal and wraps up on October 19, is to bring the exciting new technology to more people across the world.
Sep 20, 2017 2:04PM - 3ders.org (3ders.org)
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Stories behind 3D Printing: Meet Jewelry Designer Noah Hhnel
From growing up in the German countryside to living in China, Noah Hhnels inspiring story is the focus of todays blog post. This young designer will explain the highlights of his experience with 3D printing and will give some tips for 3D-printed jewelry beginners. Ever since I was a little kid, I loved to create and early on I discovered my passion for films.
Sep 20, 2017 2:03PM - 3D Printing Blog | i.materialise (i.materialise.com)
A seven-year-old Las Vegas girl will throw out the first pitch in game four of the upcoming World Series. It's a dream come true for a young baseball fanatic on a mission to throw out balls at every Major League park. It's also a testament to the convergence of 3D printing and robotics.
Sep 20, 2017 9:26AM - ZDNet (zdnet.com)
Sarah Goldberg wears many hats. From artistic director to artistic lead for several Parisian locations, she founded in 2005 the French organization Le Candiraton (an organization promoting independent cultures). With this organization, she produced 4 festivals and 23 exhibits all over Europe.
Sep 20, 2017 9:09AM - Fabbaloo (fabbaloo.com)
Market research firm IDTechEx predicts that the global market for 3D printing metals will hit $12 billion by 2028. This growth in metal additive manufacturing (AM) will not only be due to greater adoption of the technology, as prices drop and new technology emerges, but also to the expansion of the materials portfolio itself. Currently, metal materials for AM are pretty limited, particularly when it comes to powder bed fusion, the most widespread metal 3D printing technology on the market.
Sep 20, 2017 5:14AM - ENGINEERING.com (engineering.com)
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Sep 19, 2017 8:01PM - YouTube (youtube.com)
3D printing has historically been a prototyping tool, with major disadvantages against injection molding when it comes to large-scale manufacturing of parts. Now, were seeing todays additive manufacturing technology start to address these challenges. One company doing this is HP and their powder bed fusion printing system, the HP Multi Jet Fusion.
Sep 19, 2017 7:00PM - ENGINEERING.com (engineering.com)
One of the best cloud services for photogrammetry just changed itself around. Autodesks ReMake is being discontinued, but now a new, improved system, Autodesk ReCap Photo, takes its place. ReMake was (and I suppose still is, at least until December 1st) a very powerful photogrammetry tool that transforms optical or other 2D data into usable and detailed 3D models.
Sep 19, 2017 5:25PM - Fabbaloo (fabbaloo.com)
Sep 19, 2017 | By David As 3D printing becomes more and more accessible to people outside the manufacturing, science, and technology sectors, were starting to see its potential realized in all sorts of interesting ways. The combination of 3D printing and fashion, for example, may not seem like the most natural fit, but it is starting to become an everyday reality all over the world. In New Zealand, a recent exhibition at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) demonstrated what is now possible at the intersection between digital manufacturing and fashion design.
Sep 19, 2017 4:32PM - 3ders.org (3ders.org)