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When it comes to bees, most people think of nothing more than collecting honey and acupuncture at the first time, while foreign engineers have drawn inspiration from the bees' tail acupuncture. They used 3D printing technology to develop new types of surgical needles. They have studied the needle-like protrusions of insects such as wasps and mosquitoes, and finally chose the bees' stings as the basis for the new design.The bees on the tail of the bee have barbed hooks. It will penetrate the skin relatively straight into the tissue, and this effect is exactly what the engineers want to achieve. They used a microscope to carefully observe the position of the needle and take it out for study.The shape of the bees and stings is in full compliance with the requirements of the researchers. They ...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 07
As we all know, Wohlers Associates is recognized as one of the best 3D printing industry market research institutions in the world. Their detailed annual report on the state of the 3D printing industry - Wohlers Report 2018 - shows a significant increase in metal additive manufacturing (AM) this year. With the AM industry's market exceeding US$7.3 billion, 21% of steady growth has attracted investors’ attention.Although some industry reports focused on forecasting the market, the Wohlers report compiled details of how many 3D printers actually sell each year. According to the new report, about 1,768 metal AM systems were sold in 2017, and in 2016, the system sales volume was 983, an increase of nearly 80%.This growth is not just on the machine, more companies are also making machines. The ...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 06
With the continuous development of new technologies, the application of “3D printing” has become more and more widespread. For example, industrial design, dental and medical industries, construction engineering, information systems, aerospace, etc., 3D printing has gradually penetrated into every aspect of our lives. Today Xiao Bian took everyone to look at the five black scientific and technological achievements on 3D printing.1. Cost $1 3D Print Water PurifierA project in Paris named Faircap uses its open source 3D printing water purifier to provide people with clean drinking water to help solve the problem of human water resources.This water purifier can be screwed directly onto the spout of a standard PET kettle and can filter out the dirtiest particles, chemicals, bacteria and vi...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 05
What will your baby look like in the future?Every parent and child can't wait to knowEven if he is blind€€As technology advances3d printing becomes more and more matureBaby can also be printed in 3dEmbryo 3D in Russia first developed this technology€€Mothers of Ufa in Western RussiaNow you can enjoy 3d fetal print service€€Doctor scans the fetus in the abdomen with ultrasoundUltrasound will look like babyDraw it outModeling in ComputerLast upload printFinished, the baby came outExactly the same as in the stomachAfter an experienced pregnant mother expressed"This feeling is really amazing."Obviously not born babyAs if it was already bornI can not only see it with my own eyesI can touch it with my handNot only that3D Printing Technology Successfully Saves Baby's Life3D printing com...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 04
Nowadays, the development of science and technology has become more and more surprising. In particular, the emergence of 3D printing technology has led to a technological revolution.An amazing 3D printed biomimetic muscle prosthetic HACK berry, developed by Japan's exii company, has made it possible for many people with disabilities to live like normal people.This biomimetic prosthetic limb has a very flexible and agile wrist, so that it can make it perform more movements, such as tying shoelaces, turning books, etc. Biomimetic electromyographic prostheses can be easily completed.And the fingers of this biomimetic electrosurgical limb can make different "pick up" and "grip" actions according to different objects. For example, a ball can be caught and a spoon or fork can...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 02
The plan to build a bridge in mid-air sounds always complex, professional and even crazy. So what are more advanced and faster bridge construction methods? The MX3D team from Amsterdam presented a new construction plan: the world's first bridge built using 3D printing. It is made of a brand new steel material with a span of 40 feet and will be installed in De Wallen, the largest and most famous red light district in Amsterdam, early next year. Its appearance also looks completely refined, as if it were from alien technology.The newly printed bridge will be returned from a larger facility outside the city to the MX3D workshop in the north of Amsterdam. There, a team of designers and engineers who have been working on this project for many years will test the integrity of the bridge and add ...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 01
Researchers at Harvard and MIT have proposed a simple method for 3D printing of highly detailed human brain models in less than an hour - the cost of only a small fraction of low-quality products and Manpower.In theory, medical imaging technologies such as MRI and CT scan can produce high-resolution images and use them as a series of “slices”, which just fits the working principle of 3D printers. These printers also use Slice print. However, Steven Keating, an MIT graduate, found that when he wanted to examine his brain after surgical removal of a baseball-sized tumor, the current method was too cumbersome and time-consuming, and failed to accurately reveal important features.Steven Keating collaborated with a team of scientists, including Dr. James Weaver, a senior research scientist at t...
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Updated: 2018 - 06 - 01
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