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Antioxidants help treat skin-picking disorder in mice

3D Printing. . . with Bacteria - DisruptionHub

The most innovative 3D printing material to date?

The European Space Agency is teaming up with London-based architecture firm Foster + Partners and others to explore the possibility of building a lunar base using a printer. Norman Foster, Impression 3d, Ufo, Foster Architecture, Space Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Innovative Architecture, London Architecture, Urban Architecture

Printing bricks from moondust using the sun's heat

Bricks have been 3-D printed out of simulated moondust using concentrated sunlight – proving in principle that future lunar colonists could one day use the same approach to build settlements on the moon.

Norsk Titanium's MERKE IV Rapid Plasma Deposition machine producing the world's first FAA-approved, titanium structural components for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. (Image courtesy of Norsk Titanium.

3D-Printed Titanium Structural Components Heading to Boeing

787 Dreamliner to fly with FAA-certified parts made with additive manufacturing.

Aircraft designers can also take advantage of printing for the development of scale models and full scale mockups. Aircraft Interiors, Scale Models, 3d Printing, Designers, Sketch, Space, Prints, Impression 3d, Sketch Drawing

Manufacturing Solutions | 3D Printing Solutions

Aircraft interiors continues to be a primary application for the aerospace industry within 3D printing.

Aircraft designers can also take advantage of printing for the development of scale models and full scale mockups. Aircraft Interiors, Scale Models, 3d Printing, Designers, Sketch, Space, Prints, Impression 3d, Sketch Drawing

Manufacturing Solutions | 3D Printing Solutions

Aircraft interiors continues to be a primary application for the aerospace industry within 3D printing.

Printing Is Already Starting To Threaten The Traditional Spare Parts Supply Chain

Will 3D Printing “Vaporize” the Supply Chain?

The race to produce small-series parts on demand, on location, will determine the shape of a $400 billion market.

KPMG Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook-Overview 2015

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In this report you find Aerospace and Defense following topics being discussed: -Driving growth and innovation -Managing cost and supply chain. You can download the report from my slideshare: &nbsp…

printed graphene aerogel has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the “least dense printed structure.” Developed at Kansas State University, the material is

Guinness World Records names graphene aerogel as world's least dense 3-D printed structure

The world's lightest 3-D printed structure is so lightweight that it can be placed on top of a cotton ball or the petals of a flower.

Infrared scanner with a resolution of one million pixels and real-time data processing 3d Scanners, Data Processing, Digital Trends, Cool Tech, One In A Million, 3 D, 3d Printing, Technology, Cool Stuff

Cutting-Edge 3D Scanner Will Digitize You More Realistically Than Ever Before | Digital Trends

Fraunhofer Institute has developed a 3D scanner which can take high-res 3D images at a rate of 36 per second.

printers open new design space for wireless devices

3-D printers open new design space for wireless devices

Researchers at Duke University have 3-D printed potent electromagnetic metamaterials, using an electrically conductive material compatible with a standard 3-D printer.

Safety is the overriding concern in aerospace and space technology, says Stephen Dyson. Although safety requirements are non-negotiable, they come at a cost – they slow down the speed of the product development cycle

Shortening the development cycle in aerospace

Safety is the overriding concern in aerospace and space technology, says Stephen Dyson. Although safety requirements are non-negotiable, they come at a cost – they slow down the speed of the product development cycle

This camera is smaller than a grain of salt - Business Insider 3d Printing Business, 3d Printing Industry, 3d Printing Service, Tiny Camera, Camera Phone, Camera Lens, Grain Of Salt, Model Body, Stuttgart

Tiny 3D Printed Lens to Transform Optics

Researchers at Stuttgart University in Germany have used 3D printing to fabricate a high-performance optical lens the size of a grain of salt.

Wish you could print awesome new hair for Barbie? This Printed Hair from MIT doesn't just look cool--it's programmable!

United Launch Alliance (ULA) announced it has selected Aerojet Rocketdyne's engine to power the Centaur upper stage of the Vulcan rocket, which is currently in development. Impression 3d, United Launch Alliance, Rocket Engine, Diy 3d, Mobile World Congress, Space Travel, Space Exploration, Writing Services, Solar System

Aerojet Rocketdyne Refines 3D Printing for Rocket Engines

ENGINEERING.com speaks to Jay Littles, Director of Advanced Launch Vehicle Propulsion at Aerojet Rocketdyne, about its use of 3D printing.

// printed cake on display (Image credit: DeFacto) Amidst the innovation boom in China, high-technology such as AI, VR/AR, and printing may sound far fetched. let’s talk about food … Continue reading →

#Asia #China The future is now: Printing your breakfast with DeFacto

// 3D printed cake on display (Image credit: DeFacto) Amidst the innovation boom in China, high-technology such as AI, VR/AR, and 3D printing may sound far fetched. However, when we twist the angle a little bit—i.e. let’s talk about food … Continue reading →

takes humanitarian action

#Additivemanufacturing takes humanitarian action

3D Opportunity for life A Deloitte Review by Brenna Sniderman, Parker Baum, and Vikram Rajan.