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The Catalonia capital steps into the spotlight this week, as the Handmade Festival (11-13 May) gets into full swing. Chock full of creative spectacles, from brand new product launches to must-see exhibitions and astonishing installations, this festival´s edition promises to be bigger, better and bolder than ever before. Team Wittystore is traversing the city from corner to corner, bringing you the unmissable highlights as they happen.
The highest growth is projected to come from helicopters out of 3D Printing Aircraft parts. Major factors included economic growth, increase in defense expenditures in developing countries and increasing incidences of terrorism and violence in the Middle East and Africa. The 3D market is challenged by restraints such as decline in high investment costs, investments in cyber wars and cyber regulations.
Bojä3D now offers printing services based on the HP Jet Fusion 3D printing process, promising the delivery of physical parts up to 10 times faster and by half of the cost. This technology enables functional parts to be printed at the individual voxel level, which is the 3D equivalent of a 2D pixel in traditional printing. It is now possible to transform part properties and deliver mass customisation. HP sees companies like Bojä3D as manufacturing innovators who accelerate 3D printing for production, Bojä3D joining other service providers, such as Fathom, Forecast3D, Go Proto, among others, to install HP 3D printing systems to distribute 3D printed parts.
A Dublin-based research centre has announced a €4.3 million 3D printing laboratory that is to play a central role in helping to uncover new materials and printing methods which could lead to a range of revolutionary devices. Amber, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science research centre, which is located at Trinity College Dublin, has launched a new additive manufacturing lab to produce three-dimensional objects without the need for complex moulds or extrusion.
"Hello and thank you for your interest to Julia Daviy: From Consumer to Creator. Idea of eco-friendly lifestyle and its exploration.." In this way Julia introduce herself on our lifes. She is an ecologist, environmentalist, vegan runner and 3D printer designer. Julia believes that 3D printing will change the way clothing is produced and also created. She is planning to create a full biodegradable dress.
Through its first VR doodle, Google on Thursday is celebrating the life and work of French filmmaker Georges Melies with an animated 360-degree short film. George Melies was considered to be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. He was mostly known for his cinematographic wonder which paved the way for filmmakers to experiment with visual techniques.