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  • GE tests 3-D printed turboprop engine components

    GE announced that it had designed and built a demonstration engine to test 12 3-D printed parts for its Advanced Turboprop (ATP) engine. details>>
  • SPI and SPE announce new membership program

    SPI and SPE (the Society of Plastics Engineers), the top two plastics trade associations in the United States, recently announced a hybrid membership for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) or brand owner companies to try and boost both organizations? numbers. details>>
  • SPI and SPE announce new membership program

    SPI and SPE (the Society of Plastics Engineers), the top two plastics trade associations in the United States, recently announced a hybrid membership for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) or brand owner companies to try and boost both organizations? numbers. details>>
  • Construction company aiming for 3-D printed smart cities

    Cazza Construction Technologies is a young company run by young entrepreneurs who have big thoughts about the way cities will look in the future and are quickly making progress towards their end goal of constructing 3-D printed smart cities worldwide. details>>
  • Cancer survivor receives 3-D printed face prosthesis

    Using a standard 3-D printer, the doctors recreated the right side of the patient's face out of silicon. Volunteer artists finished sculpting it while adding skin color, texture and realistic features to make it look natural. details>>
  • XJet to demonstrate new metal 3-D printing technology

    Israeli company XJet will demonstrate its groundbreaking metal 3-D printing technology, NanoParticle Jetting, which uses nanoparticles to produce detailed parts that with high levels of surface finish and accuracy. details>>
  • Greek researchers propose bioreactor for 3-D printing of body parts

    A team of researchers from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) and IESL-FORTH have proposed a new bioreactor where that tissue engineering can take place. details>>
  • Adidas using ocean plastic for shoes and jerseys

    German sportswear manufacturer Adidas recently announced a new line of products, including soccer jerseys and running shoes, created from recycled plastics found in the oceans. details>>
  • 3-D printed insoles make walking easier for diabetic patients

    Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institutes for Mechanics of Materials and for Environmental, Safety, and Energy Technology in Germany have developed a process for creating personalized insoles for the shoes of patients suffering from diabetes. details>>
  • Organization using plastic bottles to produce lights for homes

    Liter of Light uses plastic bottles and other simple materials to create solar-powered lights and educates communities on how to build them. details>>
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