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The new central library is one of the most anticipated public projects in Finland for years, an ambitious attempt to reinvent the library for its population’s future needs. Two days before the opening Oodi, Helsinki’s new central library, its director, Anna-Maria Soininvaara, stands before some of the high-tech equipment that would soon be available for the public to use. She isn’t entirely sure what it all did, she says sheepishly.
A new additive manufacturing platform was used for the digital fabrication of transparent glass at industrial scale. The G3DP2 platform, developed by MIT scientists and used to turn molten glass into 3-meter tall columns, is described in an article published in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, a peer-reviewed journal fromMary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
Now the development department of the french luxury brand has achieved a new coup. for the first time, the bugatti developers have succeeded in designing a brake caliper that can be produced by 3-d printing. But that is by no means all. While the main material used for the additive production of vehicle components to date has been aluminium, the new brake caliper is made from titanium. This is therefore the world’s largest functional component produced from titanium using 3D printing processes.
We have an early Christmas gift for you, good news: a preview of Ultimaker Cura’s new user interface. Developers want to know what you think, so be sure to give them your feedback on Cura community of 3D printing experts.
Drones spotted over the UK's second-busiest airport have halted flights since Wednesday evening, heavily disrupting the holiday travel of tens of thousands of passengers. Flights at London's Gatwick airport couldn't take off or land, and airport authorities said that 110,000 passengers on 760 flights were affected yesterday.
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created a recipe for a renewable 3D printing feedstock that could spur a profitable new use for an intractable biorefinery byproduct: lignin. The discovery, detailed in Science Advances, expands ORNL’s achievements in lowering the cost of bioproducts by creating novel uses for lignin—the material left over from the processing of biomass. Lignin gives plants rigidity and also makes biomass resistant to being broken down into useful products.