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There is no doubt that cryptocurrency is a word that elicits a very strong response these days. On one hand, Team Crypto heralds the arena as the next big thing as they speak in blue sky terms about the future of this new form of currency that takes digital shape and is beyond restriction. In direct opposition is Team Tradition that warns of the perils of decentralization and fraud around pure digital currency.
BASF is presenting a variety of new materials at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference during this April 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri. Together with Essentium Materials, Texas, BASF 3D Printing Solutions is also building up a global distribution network for plastic filaments. Both companies are systematically pooling a substantial part of their industrial filament materials under the name Ultrafuse.
As with all 3D printing applications and aspects, 3D Food Printing is a huge hype. The 3D printing technology will be fundamental to the way people interact with food in the future. Supermarkets are already testing to 3D print customized cakes, restaurants are offering printed desserts. Some even claim that there will be a 3D food printer in every home in just two years.
Audi expects significant reduction in prototyping lead times for tail light covers, with turnaround times decreasing up to 50% in comparison to traditional methods. The vivid colors of the Stratasys J750 3D Printer enables Audi to produce transparent, multi-colored parts meeting texture and color-matching requirements of its stringent design approval process.
Arevo is led by early Amazon and Google exec Jim Miller and to demonstrate its capabilities to quickly and economically produce complex shapes out of composite materials Arevo of Silicon Valley, California, has made a carbon-fibre framed bicycle. As the frame is made with a robot there are low labour costs and the firm's technology could enable the mass manufacture of composite frames.