3dprintingindustry.com | 6/28/2018 | Beau Jackson
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Who will win the race to space: Blue Origin or SpaceX? Can classroom educators become 3D printing experts? Would you wear 3D printed lingerie? How can additive manufacturing restore historical art pieces?

These questions and more from MakerBot, AIDC, RP Support, Digital Metal, Tanked, the MTC, Xometry in this edition of the Sliced 3D printing news digest.

Paragon - Rapid - Technologies - Prototyping - Specialists

Paragon Rapid Technologies, rapid prototyping specialists and service provider based in Durham, UK, is the first in the world to receive three NEO800 3D printers from the 3D printer manufacturer, RP Support.

Reacting to the increasing demand for water-resistant, durable and clear components, the NEO800 uses SLA technology to 3D print high-caliber side wall parts with superior build definition which decreases the need for surface finishing.

Industry - Boundaries - Print - Performance - Users

“The industry is constantly pushing the boundaries of 3D print performance, with users looking for more economical ways of producing their parts and products. We’ve found that our NEO800 machines are far exceeding expectations,” said Phil Adamson, Managing Director at Paragon.

Three NEO800 3D printers now available at Paragon Rapid Technologies. Photo via ADS Advance.

Applications - Aerospace - Industries - Taiwan - Aerospace

Recognising the applications for aerospace and automotive industries, Taiwan’s Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) is examining the use of 3D printing technologies to efficiently produce airplane engine parts and components.

According to Anson Liao, Chairman of the AIDC, additive manufacturing processes can help reduce the raw materials consumption by up to 90% for airplane engines.

News - Jeff - Bezos - CEO - Amazon

In other news, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon and Founder of the Washington-based aerospace company, Blue Origin, aims to sell tickets for commercial flights to space in 2019. Rivaling SpaceX, this ambitious project is currently developing reusable rockets with 3D printed components and materials to enable cost-efficient space travel for the human race.

FIT Additive Manufacturing Group, a German rapid prototyping service provider, has announced its newest Japanese subsidiary, FIT Japan KK.

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