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As a 3-month-old puppy for sale at a northeast Ohio pet store, Bento was accidentally dropped—breaking a front leg that healed crooked and weak. An anonymous benefactor offered to pay for Bento’s surgery, saving the male puppy from euthanasia and putting him in the care of a veterinarian who saw a second chance for the spunky Shiba Inu-American Eskimo mix—and also saw potential complications from a tricky deformity.
Torbjørn Ludvigsen, a Swedish maker and RepRap builder, is raising funds to develop the Hangprinter, a suspended 3D printer that uses the walls and ceiling of a room as its “frame.” The unusual 3D printer can be used to print extremely large structures.
Sustainability is not a new topic in 3D printing. It has been already taken in consideration by several companies in the field. Today many of the materials used in 3D Printing are recycled at different levels and if we are talking about using 3D printers to build prototypes, this can be seen as a way to reduce waste, as well.
3D Systems announced it acquired Vertex-Global, a provider of dental materials worldwide under the Vertex and NextDent brands. Together, 3D Systems and NextDent’s advanced 3D printing materials provide a strategic foothold in the multi-billion dollar digital dentistry opportunity.
3D Systems announced new products and capabilities to accelerate additive manufacturing in the growing investment casting, jewelry and dental markets, while extending its leadership in precision metal production for healthcare and aerospace.
Delivering on its strategy to transform 3D manufacturing workflows, 3D Systems yesterday announced the industry’s first modular, scalable and fully-integrated additive manufacturing platform. 3D Systems’ disruptive Figure 4 production platform produces plastic parts more than 50 times faster than current systems, delivering dramatically lower total cost of operations while offering competitive and compelling comparisons to conventional methods.