Airwolf 3D recently tested a new biodegradable material called bioFila Linen, produced by twoBEars in Germany. Unlike other PLA-based materials bioFila doesn’t contain linen fibers. Instead, bioFila is composed of Lignins, an organic material that provides strength and rigidity to the cell walls of plants … Continue reading “Airwolf 3D Tests bioFila Biodegradable 3D Printing Filament”
A team of students at the National Taiwan University have developed a “smart bandage” they call the BioScope which amps up the functionality of the Band-Aid to unheard of levels. Continue reading “The Band-Aid of the Future — NTU Creates the 3D Printed BioScope”
When we hear about projects that may someday make it possible to create internal organs on demand, they usually incorporate 3D bioprinting. This typically involves depositing successive layers of cell-seeded material one on top of another, to form the finished organ. Continue reading “BioP3 technology could be an alternative to bioprinting organs”
Lately 3D printing and the dental industry go together like peanut butter and jelly—and with strides being made one after another for 3D printing technology and materials in areas like dentures, different orthodontics, surgical procedures, and implants, you can be assured with innovations for the dental field, Continue reading “E-Appliance: EnvisionTEC Announces Release of New 3D Printing Material for Orthodontics”
Workers at a BMW assembly line have tested – and liked – an artificial thumb produced by 3D printing that helps reduce excess strain on the thumb joints.
3D Systems today announced its ProJet® 3510 MP 3D printer and proprietary VisiJet® Pearlstone dental material have been verified by 3Shape for prosthodontic dental model production. Prosthodontic dental model printed on 3D Systems’ ProJet 3510 MP with VisiJet Pearlstone material shown with 3D printed wax-ups made on 3D Systems’ ProJet 1200 with VisiJet FTX Green material. Continue reading “3Shape Verifies 3D Systems’ ProJet 3510 3D Printer and VisiJet Pearlstone Dental Material”