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GE fired up world's largest commercial jet engine using 3Dprinted metal parts

GE fired up world's largest commercial jet engine using 3Dprinted metal parts
General Electric this month started testing the largest jet engine ever built, at its wooded test site near Peebles, Ohio. The new engine, the GE9X, is more efficient, more powerful, and more heat resistant than its predecessors. It's also made with 3D …
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Build Your Own Chimera DLP SLA 3D Printer for Only $60, Using Legos & K'NEX

Build Your Own Chimera DLP SLA 3D Printer for Only , Using Legos & K'NEX
Mastermind is one of many who are turning to SLA 3D printing lately, as it offers a lot of interesting benefits as compared with traditional FDM 3D printing. Offering the ability to make 3D prints all in one piece, produce higher resolution and …
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Dentists using Form 2 SLA 3D printer for digital dentistry to create bleaching

Dentists using Form 2 SLA 3D printer for digital dentistry to create bleaching
3D printing is gradually revolutionizing many industries, from design, to engineering, to medicine, and even to dentistry. The latest in 3D printed dentistry comes from additive manufacturing company Formlabs. Their Form 2 3D printer, which retails for …
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Kalashnikov Parts Now Produced Using 3DPrinter

Kalashnikov Parts Now Produced Using 3DPrinter
The holding Stankoprom began to produce parts for the Kalashnikov machine guns and pistols using a 3D-printer. Presentation of the new Kalashnikov Concern brand. © Sputnik/ Grigoriy Sisoev. Kalashnikov Concern Boosts Arms Sales to Asia-Pacific …
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Toddler gets world first adult kidney transplant using 3D printing

Toddler gets world first adult kidney transplant using 3D printing
To conduct the transplant, for which Lucy's father Chris, 35, donated his kidney, the surgeons made detailed models of Mr Boucher's kidney and Lucy's abdomen with a 3D printer, so they could map out the procedure with precision, hence minimising risks.
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