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Can we save the world's coral reefs with 3D printing?

Over the last couple of years 3D printing has been used to build houses and bridges, create new body tissues and organs, and pioneered as a future development through which we'll be able to build space stations and space exploration devices in situ...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Design

Tokyo Students design an architectural 3D Printing Pen

As someone who actually owns a 3D printing pen, but struggled to even create a decent stick figure after hours of turmoil, this recent development certainly impressed me, but also left me feeling more than a little bit lacklustre. A group of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Events

Limited tickets to Positive Disruption: 3D Printing Now

INITION has partnered with 3D Systems Quickparts (formally CRDM) for a series of seminars titled Positive Disruption: 3D Printing Now to discuss the current and future state of 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM), with a look at the creative...

Posted by: Inition
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Design

Lego X is 3D printing in reverse

When I say the word “Lego,” chances are that your mind is immediately drawn to either one of two things; last year's surprisingly wonderful “Lego Movie” (still not forgiven that Oscar snub) or a childhood spent idly placing...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

When Stop Motion met 3D Printing

Whilst 3D printing technology is a relatively modern concept, stop motion animation has been around for decades. Who would have thought then, that the two would fit together so effortlessly? Of course, when you look at it logistically, it's obvious...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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News

Welcome to the future. 3D printing comes to the high street.

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C Clarke When I was a nipper, I'd watch Star Trek and pretty much take it for granted that I was seeing an accurate portrayal of the future. I'm quite an old bloke now,...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Technology

#TechTuesday: TV remotes for dogs to printing chocolate with XOCO

Facebook brings wireless internet to the developing world Hoping to establish itself as the social media network that cares, Facebook this week announced it is developing wireless internet access hardware and software that can be used in areas where...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

Focal Point: From Graffiti to Screen Printing with ZEBU

How would you sum up ZEBU? ZEBU are an art and illustration duo from Berlin. Our work is bold, reduced and humorous. How did you guys get started in the industry? We have our roots in graffiti and urban art culture. Back in the day we were a...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Design

#wheredesignmeets #materials

From traditional ceramics to cutting-edge 3D printing technology, designjunction2017 is set to be the platform for innovative product design this September. In this week's newsletter, we take a look at six of our brands from the 2017 line-up who...

Posted by: designjunction
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Advertising

Top 10 Account Wins of the Week

Proximity London - Virgin Atlantic/Virgin Holidays As part of a three month competitive pitch, it has been announced that Virgin Atlantic have named Proximity London as its customer engagement and strategic agency. Joining sister brand Virgin...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Technology

#TechTuesday: 3D Printed Furniture, Flying Jet Skis and other stories

MIT Self-Assembly Lab's Rapid Liquid Printing Tech Prints Furniture in Minutes Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a revolutionary new form of 3D printing that can produce large objects such as chairs in a...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Technology

#TechThursday: Edible Water, Smart Cots, 4D Shoes and other stories

The Edible Water Bottle Hoping to Erase the Need for Plastic Bottles An edible water bottle that hopes to replace the millions of plastic bottles thrown away every year has raised over £500,000 in a crowdfunding campaign. The literal ball of...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Technology

Man builds bionic arm for his son using an Xbox and a 3D printer!

A Welsh father whose baby son’s arm had to be amputated has developed a custom bionic limb for baby Sol. Ben Ryan got the inspiration for the arm after studying the way spiders make their webs, and was prompted to develop it after being told...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Economy

Sadiq Khan wants to transform Thames Estuary into Creative Hub

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is lobbying the Government to turn the Thames Estuary into a major hub for the creative industries. The proposal, which posits the Thames Estuary as “a global centre of excellence for the creative industries,” even...

Posted by: Industry Updates

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