3D PRINTING NEWS SLICED: CARBON, PRUSA, MIMAKI, TUE

3D Printing Industry | 5/16/2019 | Tia Vialva
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How do you honor a hip hop legend using 3D printing? Why 3D print vases made from human tissue? How is an accountancy firm using 3D printed prosthesis? And, finally, how is 3D printing launching satellites into space?

Today in Sliced, our 3D Printing Industry news digest, we answer the following questions:

Collection - News - Material - Innovations - Business

Read on for a collection of all the latest news regarding material innovations, business partnerships and medical research in the industry, with updates from Prusa, Carbon, EnvisionTEC and more.

The artistic potential of 3D printing is quite literally endless, as shown in this roundup of recent creative applications.

Week - Radio - Presenter - Hip - Hop

This week American radio presenter and hip hop personality ‘Charlamagne tha God’ gifted ATL and Entourage actor Lauren London a pendant honoring her late boyfriend and West Coast legend Nipsey Hussle. Designed by renowned jeweler Greg Yuna, the pendant applies 3D printing to create a strikingly detailed portrait of the artist who was fatally shot earlier this year.

Talking to HYPEBEAST, Yuna explains the process behind creating Charlamagne’s gift for London: “We [had to] make a CAD [file] and spend tedious endless hours on the computer trying to get as much detail as possible in so we can print it on a state of the art 3D printing machine. Finally, we cast it in gold and laser in the tattoos and do the finishing touches including the hand-selected full cut diamond in his ear.”

Nipsey - Hussle - Pendant - Lauren - London

The 3D printed Nipsey Hussle pendant, giften to Lauren London by Charlamagne tha God. Image via Suresh Gordon.

3D printing has also been applied to the creation of Delftware vases by Biomedical Engineering professor Dr. Patricia Dankers and her PhD candidate, Dan Jing Wu, at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE).

Delftware - Pottery - Designs - Name

Delftware traditionally consists of blue and white pottery, with designs originating from as far back as 1600. Its name comes...
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