• Apr : 16 : 2014 - New Meetup at TechShop San Francisco
  • Apr : 16 : 2014 - RP Marketplace Launches
  • Apr : 16 : 2014 - Mazotta Checks out Robo3D
  • Apr : 15 : 2014 - 3D printing drastically reduces development costs of blood recycling machine
  • Apr : 15 : 2014 - Stratasys 3D Printing Dramatically Reduces Prototyping Time and Costs for Brightwake Blood Recycling

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Come meet us for our joint meetup with TechShop San Francisco on Thursday the 24th . Nora, our US Sales Manager, will be there to present a new feature to come on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s website : the integration with Sculpteo’s online 3D Printing service. After years of relationship, Techshop is integrating Sculpteo’s service directly on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s web-site.

A new online marketplace focused on professional 3D printing services has launched: RP Marketplace.

3D printing videographer Andrew Mazzotta took a swing by Robo3D’s San Diego offices to check out their operations.

During surgery, patients’ blood is often “spilt.” Such blood can be returned to the body, so long as it has been properly processed to ensure that it is not tainted. The Brightwave Hemosep autotransfusion machine can do this – and its prototyping costs have been cut by 96 percent via 3D printing… Continue Reading 3D printing drastically reduces development costs of blood recycling machine Section: Medical Tags: 3D Printing , Blood , Prototype , Surgery Related Articles: HemoSep recovers blood during surgery to improve open-heart surgery prospects Testing for blood type just got significantly cheaper The wearable kidney Making blood from human skin The Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Could animal blood be the next eco-friendly building material?

The final Hemosep, after iterative prototyping on the Stratasys Dimension 1200es 3D Printer We’re used to stories where companies save considerable time and money with 3D printed prototyping.

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Come meet us for our joint meetup with TechShop San Francisco on Thursday the 24th . Nora, our US Sales Manager, will be there to present a new feature to come on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s website : the integration with Sculpteo’s online 3D Printing service. After years of relationship, Techshop is integrating Sculpteo’s service directly on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s web-site.

A new online marketplace focused on professional 3D printing services has launched: RP Marketplace.

3D printing videographer Andrew Mazzotta took a swing by Robo3D’s San Diego offices to check out their operations.

During surgery, patients’ blood is often “spilt.” Such blood can be returned to the body, so long as it has been properly processed to ensure that it is not tainted. The Brightwave Hemosep autotransfusion machine can do this – and its prototyping costs have been cut by 96 percent via 3D printing… Continue Reading 3D printing drastically reduces development costs of blood recycling machine Section: Medical Tags: 3D Printing , Blood , Prototype , Surgery Related Articles: HemoSep recovers blood during surgery to improve open-heart surgery prospects Testing for blood type just got significantly cheaper The wearable kidney Making blood from human skin The Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Could animal blood be the next eco-friendly building material?

The final Hemosep, after iterative prototyping on the Stratasys Dimension 1200es 3D Printer We’re used to stories where companies save considerable time and money with 3D printed prototyping.

There’s a gallery of images available that demonstrate the process of lost-PLA casting to create a metal object using 3D printing. Let’s first explain the “lost-PLA” process. The idea is to do the following:

3D printing giant 3D Systems announced it’s acquired Medical Modeling, Inc., a provider of custom medical products.

A large portion of the 3D printing community is within the open source world, while the rest is commercially oriented. Conflicts have occurred, but now there could be a way to reduce them.

Maker Faire is a festival for everyone that is inventive, creative and resourceful, and a celebration of the maker movement. The 9th annual Bay Area Maker Faire will take place on May 17th and 18th

The most significant barrier to widespread 3D printing adoption is the difficulty of mastering 3D CAD software. MixFab hopes to overcome that with a new approach.

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