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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
In recent years, biological therapy has attracted increasing attention from scholars at home and abroad. In particular, stem cell technology has made great breakthroughs in the field of biological therapy. Stem cells have brought gratifying results in both immunotherapy and clinical treatment, and the maturity of 3D technology has opened the curtain for the two-dimensional and three-dimensional upgrade of stem cells, which is expected to drive the biological innovation revolution and bring human medical technology. The new upgrade. So what impact will 3D technology bring to the future development of biotherapies? On these issues, Dr. Ren Wei, a senior consultant of the Shirre Life Group and a senior expert on virtual reality 3D technology, was interviewed.3D technology promotes stem cell t...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 31
Children's Day is coming right now. Did the children's gifts be chosen by their mothers? Xiaobian recommends a gift to moms - 3d printer.Since 3D printing, many nao (dong) devices that only exist on computers have been presented. In your impression, 3D printing still exists only in the experience hall?Desktop-level 3D printers are beginning to gain popularity. It seems that 3D printing has become more and more commonplace. Many families have taken the lead in using 3D printers. Ms. Chen, who lives in Shenzhen, recently bought her child a desktop 3D printer.Ms. Chen said that in fact, buy a desktop printer is not expensive, but he did not understand this piece so hesitated, and now bought and found that children completely fell in love with their own print toys, but also allow children to l...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 30
Recently, CCTV's "Open Talks" and "Wisdom China" series of the third "Smart Manufacturing" invited the Chinese Academy of Engineering and Professor Lu Bingheng from the School of Mechanical Engineering at Xi'an Jiaotong University to speak. As one of the earliest researchers in the field of 3D printing and a leader in the field of 3D printing in China, Academician Lu Pingheng explained the origin, application and future of 3D printing technology to the audience in a simple and easy way.In the early 1990s, academician Lu Bingheng made a high-level visiting scholar at the University of Michigan, and felt for the first time that he saw rapid prototyping in the United States. He is keenly aware that this will become a disruptive technology. When he returned to Chi...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 28
Why is the life of Chinese aviation engines shorter than that of the United States and Europe? The biggest short board currently affecting the life of aircraft engines in China is - bearing! The gaps in other fields are not so exaggerated. The leftist monarchy in the material sector has already shown off with three generations of single-crystal blades, and 3D printing has begun to be used in the manufacturing process. The gap in life span with Western countries is not large. However, this piece of bearing is flawed and the gap is too great.The aeroengine main shaft rolling bearing is a key component of the engine. It needs a high-speed working mode of 3000 revolutions per second under various conditions of high temperature and high pressure under various stress and pressure. The life of th...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 25
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