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Nov 18, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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käyttö

on
kielletty


3D PRINTER FOR THE DESKTOP

Researchers

at

MIT

Media

Lab

have

developed

a

3
D

printer

called

"FORM
1
"

which

is

the

first

device

of

its

kind

to

reduce

the

most

precise

techniques

of

3
D

printing

to

a

desktop
-
sized

machine
.

Using

the

stereolithography

process,

lasers

at

a

special

wavelength

harden

resins

layer

by

layer
.

The

hardened

layer

is

only

lowered

so

far

until

the

next

layer

can

form

on

top

of

it
.

In

contrast

to

previous

methods,

the

"FORM
1
"

saves

on

space

and

material

as

it

raises

printed

layers

instead

of

lowering

them

into

a

bowl

and

bringing

up

new

layers

from

below
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//kck
.
st/

Formlabs.com, United States

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TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

3D PRINTING ALLOWS NEW TEETH TO BE MADE IN 1 HOUR

The

German

dental

company

Sirona

has

developed

new

technology

called

"CEREC"

that

enables

dentists

to

create

CAD/CAM

crowns

in

under

an

hour

and

thereby

save

patients

from

having

to

make

frequent

visits

and

spend

a

lot

of

their

time

in

waiting

rooms
.

With

the

help

of

a

scanner,

the

dentists

take

an

optical

impression

of

the

tooth

and

transmit

the

visual

data

to

a

computer,

enabling

them

to

design

the

restoration

according

to

their

patient's

exact

specifications
.

The

data

is

then

sent

to

a

milling

chamber

where

the

crown

is

produced

in

about

20

minutes
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
cereconline
.
com/

Sirona Dental Systems GmbH, Germany

4

3D
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:

Healthstyle
-
> Alternative Medicine

3D PRINTER TURNS ELECTRICAL WASTE INTO FURNITURE

The

Dutch

designer

Dirk

Vander

Kooij

recycles

electrical

waste

in

order

to

use

it

with

a

3
D

printer

to

make

furniture
.

Plastics

are

first

ground

up

and

then

melted
.

A

robot

arm

then

creates

tables,

chairs

and

other

objects

from

the

heated

mass
.

Once

cooled,

the

objects

can

be

used

around

the

home
.

Finished

items

can

be

bought

from

the

artist's

website,

as

well

as

from

retailers
.

The

artist

will

also

be

exhibiting

at

this

year's

Milan

Design

Week
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
dirkvanderkooij
.
nl/

Dirk Vander Kooij, Netherlands

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:

Sustainability
-
> Recycling

Virtualisation
-
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PRINTING YOUR OWN DESIGNER HEADPHONES

The

design

company

Teague

has

created

headphones

whose

individual

components

can

be

downloaded

on

the

web

and

made

using

a

3
D

printer
.

These

so
-
called

"
13
:
30
"

headphones

are

therefore

the

first

premium

product

that

can

be

printed

by

users

themselves
.

The

online

instructions

explain

how

to

buy

and

assemble

the

electronic

components

that

have

to

be

fitted

after

the

printing

stage
.

The

designers

have

invited

all

interested

parties

to

redesign

and

optimise

the

various

parts,

and

send

in

their

own

suggestions
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//labs
.
teague
.
com/

Teague, United States

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3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

Youmocracy
-
> Open Content

CUSTOMISED GLASSES FROM 3D PRINTER

The

American

start
-
up

Make

Eyewear

creates

frames

for

glasses

using

a

3
D

printer

and

enables

customers

to

design

their

own

glasses
.

Users

can

select

models

from

the

standard

collection

in

all

colours

and

sizes

for

$
150

and

there

is

an

extra

charge

for

prescription

lenses
.

There's

also

a

freestyle

service

starting

at

$
450

for

those

who'd

like

to

create

their

frames

from

scratch

and

then

have

them

developed

by

a

professional

designer
.

All

the

frames

are

created

using

an

additive

process,

through

the

3
D

printing

service

Shapeways
.


QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
makeeyewear
.
com/

Make Eyewear LLC, United States

7

3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Individualisation
-
> Mass Customisation

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

THE PRINTED 3D BIKINI

The

"N
12

Bikini"

from

the

fashion

label

Continuum

Fashion

was

created

in

cooperation

with

the

Dutch

company

Shapeways

and

is

the

world's

first

printed

3
D

item

of

clothing
.

All

parts

of

the

bikini,

including

the

fasteners,

were

printed

out

in

3
D
.

The

individual

parts

can

be

stuck

together

and

fastened

accordingly,

making

it

unnecessary

to

stitch

anything
.

The

name

of

the

bikini,

"N
12
",

is

taken

from

the

material

used



Nylon

12
.

This

material

is

white,

durable

and

flexible
.

From

an

optical

point

of

view,

it

resembles

small

circles

that

are

connected

by

tiny

bars
.


QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
shapeways
.
com/

Continuum Fashion, Shapeways B.V., Netherlands

8

3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

PRINTING YOUR OWN MEDICINE

Researchers

at

Glasgow

University

in

the

UK

have

succeeded

in

producing

medicine

using

a

3
D

printer
.

They

were

able

to

manufacture

commercially

available

drugs,

such

as

headache

pills
.

The

chemicals

required

are

freely

available

and

the

medicines

were

created

using

3
D

printing

technology

based

on

a

digital

blueprint
.

The

3
D

printer

is

relatively

cheap

and

this

development

could

even

lead

to

patients

making

their

own

medicine

at

home

in

future
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
bbc
.
co
.
uk/

Glasgow University, United Kingdom

9

3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Homing
-
> Do
-
It
-
Yourself

Shy Tech
-
> Miniaturisation

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

Youmocracy
-
> Prosumer

MUSCLES FROM A 3D PRINTER

The

start
-
up

Organovo

from

San

Diego

has

developed

a

technique

for

printing

human

muscles

using

the

3
D

"NovoGen

MMX

Bioprinter"
.

A

cartridge

of

specially

prepared

muscle

cells

is

inserted

into

a

3
D

printer,

which

then

deposits

them

in

uniform,

closely

spaced

lines

in

a

petri

dish
.

This

arrangement

allows

the

cells

to

grow

and

interact

until

they

form

working

muscle

tissue
.

The

ultimate

goal

is

to

use

the

3
D

printer

to

make

complete

organs

for

transplants
.

Because

the

organs

would

be

printed

from

a

patient's

own

cells,

there

would

be

less

danger

of

rejection
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
organovo
.
com/

Organovo Inc., United States

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3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Life Science
-
> Human/Technology Convergence

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

BONES FOR PRINTING

A

trainee

surgeon

from

Great

Britain

has

developed

a

program

that

will

save

his

hospital

thousands

of

dollars



and

potentially

many

lives

as

well



by

3
D

printing

bones
.

Mark

Frame

came

up

with

the

idea

of

turning

CT

scans

into

true
-
to
-
life

models

of

bones
.

It

takes

about

one

week

to

manufacture

the

bones

which

can

be

printed

without

much

cost

and

then

sent

on

to

the

surgeons
.

This

allows

the

surgeons

to

prepare

more

carefully

for

complex

operations,

such

as

hip

replacements
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
3
d
-
ortho
-
model
.
com/

3D Ortho Models, United Kingdom

11

3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Individualisation
-
> Body Scanning

Life Science
-
> Implants

CHOCOLATE PRINTER FROM ENGLAND

Researchers

at

the

University

of

Exeter

and

Brunel

University

in

the

UK

have

teamed

up

with

the

software

developer

Delcam

to

produce

a

printer

that

can

print

chocolate
.

This

printer

features

an

innovative

temperature

and

heating

control

system

so

that

the

chocolate

always

flows

correctly

and

is

in

a

good

condition

to

be

printed
.

The

user

interface

has

been

kept

simple

so

that

customers

in

shops

can

quickly

design

and

print

their

own

chocolates
.

There

are

plans

to

develop

the

printer

to

also

be

able

to

print

other

sweets
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
exeter
.
ac
.
uk/

Delcam plc, Brunel University, University of Exeter, United
Kingdom

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3D
-
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:

Individualisation
-
> Mass Customisation

Virtualisation
-
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CANTEEN FOOD FROM A 3D PRINTER

Google

has

equipped

the

canteen

at

its

headquarters

in

Mountain

View,

California,

with

a

3
D

printer

that

produces

pasta
.

This

pasta

printer

is

operated

by

the

head

chef

Bernard

Faucher
.

In

addition

to

the

dough,

he

adds

vegetables

according

to

the

diner's

wishes
.

Further

options

for

personalising

the

pasta

dishes

also

include

setting

the

temperature

and

cooking

time

according

to

taste
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
zdnet
.
com/

Google Inc., United States

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3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Individualisation
-
> Personal Design

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

3D PRINTER MAKES ENTIRE ROOMS

The

Amsterdam
-
based

architecture

firm

DUS

Architects

is

working

on

a

movable

3
D

printer

called

the

"KamerMaker",

which

can

print

objects

large

enough

to

construct

entire

rooms
.

The

maximum

size

possible

is

2
.
5

x

2
.
5

x

4
.
0

metres
.

DUS

Architects

is

currently

working

on

the

first

room

completely

fitted

with

furniture

made

by

the

"KamerMaker"
.

The

company

describes

its

printer

as

a

pavilion

that

can

also

reproduce

small

pavilions
.

All

the

objects

are

printed

using

a

bioplastic

that

is

made

out

of

corn

and

biodegradable
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
kamermaker
.
com/

DUS Architects, Netherlands

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3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

3D PRINTER AIRCRAFT

Using

the

3
D

printing

process,

British

researchers

at

the

University

of

Southampton

have

developed

an

unmanned

air

vehicle

that

has

successfully

completed

a

test

flight
.

With

the

exception

of

the

engine,

the

entire

structure

of

the

"Laser

Sintered

Aircraft"

(SULSA)

was

produced

using

the

printer

and

it

could

be

assembled

without

any

special

aid

or

tools
.

The

SULSA

has

a

wingspan

of

about

two

metres,

a

top

speed

of

nearly

100

miles

per

hour

and

runs

almost

silent

when

in

cruise

mode
.


QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
soton
.
ac
.
uk/

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

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3D
-
TULOSTUS

KONTEXT
:

Shy Tech
-
> Advanced & Smart Materials

Virtualisation
-
> 3D Media & 3D Devices

BIKE FROM THE 3D PRINTER

British

engineers

at

the

European

aerospace

and

defence

group

EADS

have

developed

a

bike

made

of

nylon

powder

called

the

"Airbike"
.

The

manufacturing

process

uses

a

method

similar

to

3
D

printing,

which

involves

"Additive

Layer

Manufacturing"

(ALM)
.

The

bike

design

is

perfected

using

computer
-
aided

design

and

then

constructed

by

using

a

powerful

laser
-
sintering

process
.

EADS

shows

how

ALM

can

be

used

to

produce

objects

with

moving

elements,

which

are

just

as

stable

as

machine
-
made

materials

and

65
%

lighter
.

The

spokes

look

like

the

propellers

in

the

engines

of

an

A
400
M,

which

shows

that

this

material

can

also

be

used

in

the

aviation

industry
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
eads
.
com/

European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS
N.V., United Kingdom

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-
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:

Shy Tech
-
> Advanced & Smart Materials

Virtualisation
-
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PRINTABLE MILLING MACHINE

A

project

called

Machines

that

Make

run

by

Jonathan

Ward

of

the

Massachusetts

Institute

of

Technology

has

developed

a

CNC

milling

machine

that

can

be

printed

out

using

a

3
D

printer

and

stuck

together
.

The

assembly

instructions

can

be

downloaded

free

of

charge
.

Once

fully

assembled,

the

MTM

Snap

has

the

dimensions

of

a

drinks

crate

and

features

a

milling

head

at

the

top

and

bottom

that

permits

milling

work

from

different

directions

and

angles
.

A

freely

accessible

software

program

can

be

used

to

control

the

machine
.

With

this

device,

it's

possible

to

manufacture

casting

moulds

and

conductor

plates
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//mtm
.
cba
.
mit
.
edu/

massachusetts institute of technology (MIT), United States

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> Open Content

CAR MANUFACTURED USING 3D PRINTER

"Urbee"

is

the

world's

first

car

to

have

its

entire

bodywork

made

using

3
D

printing
.

Using

a

process

developed

by

Stratasys

and

Kor

Ecologic,

the

body's

individual

layers

are

printed

and

laid

on

top

of

each

other
.

The

production

process

requires

no

manual

tooling,

machining

or

handwork
.

The

hybrid

car

stands

out

due

to

its

eye
-
catching,

futuristic

design,

is

just

as

fast

as

conventionally

produced

cars

and

boasts

significantly

greater

fuel

efficiency
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
urbee
.
net/

Stratasys Inc., Kor Ecologic, Inc. , Canada

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> 3D Media & 3D Devices

3D PRINTER MAKES ECO
-
FRIENDLY CAR

Stratasys

recently

manufactured

the

prototype

of

the

most

eco
-
friendly

and

fuel
-
efficient

car

in

the

world
.

It

was

designed

by

KOR

EcoLogic

and

built

using

3
D

printing

technology
.

The

two
-
seater

"Urbee"

can

manage

up

to

80

kilometres

per

litre

in

the

country

and

40

in

the

city
.

Stratasys

printed

the

entire

body

of

the

car

in

an

additive

process

using

the

synthetic

terpolymer

acrylonitrile

butadiene

styrene,

and

has

thereby

achieved

the

greatest

possible

aerodynamics

and,

at

the

same

time,

minimum

production

costs
.

QUELLE
:

INITIATOR
:

http
:
//www
.
stratasys
.
com/

Kor Ecologic, Stratasys Inc., United States

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