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Trio Labs approaches MIM based binder jet 3D printing market

Trio Labs, a North Carolina-based start-up developing advanced manufacturing technology,  has introduced a new 3D printing method for high volume production. With the aim of fundamentally changing manufacturing, the company’s Resin Infused Powder Lithography (RIPL) process boasts components with the same performance characteristics as CNC machining and Metal Injection Molding (MIM) at a reduced cost. “Unlocking 3D […]

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Wyss Institute applies “try before you buy” initiative to 3D printed heart valves

A team from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, Massachusetts, have created a 3D printing workflow to predict the performance of artificial heart valves. A kind of “try before your buy” approach, the researchers have created a software that simulates a valve’s reaction with a patient’s native tissue, and provides accurate […]

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Stratasys to 3D print spare parts on demand for Angel Trains

Angel Trains, a British rolling stock operator company (ROSCO), has partnered with Stratasys and ESG Rail, a Derby-based engineering consultant, to 3D print replacement parts for trains. Technical Director of Angel Trains, Mark Hicks, said, “We are proud to be driving this innovation with ESG Rail and Stratasys and hope that this solution will help to […]

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