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Advanced lattice creation for footwear production by AM

Footprint 3D is able to create lattice structures from original CAD files quickly using Simpleware’s lattice generation tools. This way, some common deficiencies found in the footwear industry – such as fit and the environmental impact of waste created in traditional molding processes – are tackled.

Product Liability in 3D Printing Processes – final part

This is the fourth and final part of the article that Klaus M. Brisch, LL.M. and Marco Müller-ter Jung, LL.M. – both lawyers with DWF Law in Germany – wrote for 3D fab+print about product liability in the field of additive manufacturing. Did you miss (any one of) the previous parts? Here you can read part one, part two and part three.
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3D fab+print Additive Manufacturing Seminar at COMPAMED / MEDICA 2017

On November 13, the first day of MEDICA 2017, there will be an afternoon Seminar dedicated to Additive Manufacturing for medical applications, organized by 3D fab+print.
Outstanding functionality and ease of use will be the trademarks of the new inv3nt xtraM large-scale 3D printer.

The inv3nt principle: Large object printing made easy!

Developer Jochen Keuschnig has complete confidence in the inv3nt large-scale 3D printers: "Not everyone can ‘do big‘. When it comes to 3D printing, a tenth of a millimetre can make all the difference! Various elements in 3D printers frequently cause problems. Thanks to our experience in mechanical engineering, we are often in a position to solve them.”

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Advanced lattice creation for footwear production by AM

Footprint 3D is able to create lattice structures from original CAD files quickly using Simpleware’s lattice generation tools. This way, some common deficiencies found in the footwear industry – such as fit and the environmental impact of waste created in traditional molding processes – are tackled.

Nano Tech & CADvision kick-off new partnership in Paris

Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies Ltd., intends to collaborate with CADvision.

Monash University jumps to Space Age for 3D-rocket design

Monash University engineers have test-fired a rocket they designed and printed using 3D-printing technology.

Materialise’s TRUMATCH® lights up the US market

Materialise NV has announced that U.S. patients can now benefit from their patient-specific implants, 3D-printed in titanium for maxillofacial surgery.

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An exciting growth area

Adam Page from Smithers Pira talks briefly about the exciting growth area.

Touchpoint 3D fab+print magic at drupa 2016

Now that drupa 2016 is behind us (May 31st – June 10th , Düsseldorf, Germany), we can look back on this year’s event as being quite exceptional on a large number of fronts, and particularly with regard to the role of the 3D fab+print touchpoint there.