3D PRINTING NEWS SLICED XOMETRY, OMNI3D, HARVARD, BLACK PANTHER

3dprintingindustry.com | 2/14/2018 | Rushabh Haria
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How is 3D printing beating brain cancer? What happened to New Matter? A behind the scenes look at Black Panther and more of the latest 3D printing news from Harvard University, the Yas Marina Circuit, LUNAR, Carbon, Mimaki and Xometry.

GravityB 3D is a studio based in Calgary. An extension of the Back in the Pack dog daycare center, at GravityB pets are turned into 3D printed miniatures – any dog lovers dream. The models are printed in full color from a sandstone material, and start at a price of $150.

Toyota - GT86 - TRD - Cup - Yas

The Toyota GT86 that won the TRD 86 Cup at Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, last week, reportedly raced the finish line thanks to 3D printed parts. The parts were made by Immensa Technology Labs, “the first privately owned company specializing in the development and advancement of 3D printing in the United Arab Emirates.”

From behind the wheel of the GT86, driver Mohammed Abdulghaffar Hussain comments, “My racing team is committed to adopting the latest technologies and working with disruptive companies like Immensa to drive innovation,”

PLEASED - TO - HAVE - SET - A

“WE ARE PLEASED TO HAVE SET A NEW BENCHMARK BY USING 3D PRINTED PARTS IN A RACING CAR FOR THE FIRST TIME HERE IN THE REGION AS FAR AS I AM AWARE.”

A graphene-PLA fiber developed and 3D printed at Clemson University has brought researchers one step closer to creating a new green energy source. The paper supporting the research, titled “A Wireless Triboelectric Nanogenerator“, can be read online in Advanced Energy Materials journal.

Days - Marvel - Black - Panther - Screens

Just two days to go until Marvel’s Black Panther makes it to cinema screens across the U.S. and we have a 3D printing related teaser for all impatient fans. The stunning shoulder piece worn by Queen Ramonda, stepmother to T’Challa (aka Black Panther), was made on a large-format 3D printer. As 3D printing took place...
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