SA aircraft project making good use of 3D printing

November 14, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

Additive layer making, better known as 3D printing, is playing an essential part in the Ahrlac armed reconnaissance and light aircraft endeavor of South Africa’s. “3D printing suits aviation manufacturing very well,” he described. “In basic, aviation making isn’t so high volume, but the components are extremely intricate. Complicated parts …Read More

Expert Makers teach Caldwell students about 3d Printing

November 5, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

“Making ” matters is a thing that might be passed down through generations. Lately, members of the Montclair-based “maker” community HackNCraftNJ paid a visit to Trinity Academy in Caldwell, teaching local students about 3D layout and printing. Visiting with HackNCraftNJ members included Montclair resident Frank Gibbons, Jon Bonesteel and Paul …Read More

3D printing ready for its next big sprint – metal

November 5, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

At Israeli 3D pioneer Objet – now integrated with Minnesota-based 3D printing company Stratasys – did for plastic, Israeli start up Xjet plans to do for metal. “The layered inkjet printing technology which is used to make medical devices, dental implants, single-run samples for manufacturing, and far more is all …Read More

3D Printed Thyroid Transplant

November 4, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

In November of 2014, a bold claim was made by a Russian firm by the name of 3D Bioprinting Solutions: they intended to create the first 3D printed animal thyroid gland . With their announcement which they had successfully printed a thyroid gland for a mouse, they delivered right on …Read More