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Insiders and analysts predict the 3D printing trends to watch in our latest series of articles focused on the future of 3D printing. Nanoscribe, a specialist Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP) 3D printing technology, has announced the launch of its new Quantum X align 3D printer. Debuted at Photonics West 2022 in San Francisco, the high-precision microprinter is reportedly the first…

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Printpal, a Chicago-based machine learning firm, has announced the launch of its new artificial intelligence-based defect detection software for use with 3D printers. PrintWatch, which comes in the form of a plugin, utilizes a camera pointed at the build area of an FFF 3D printer. Leveraging machine learning, the software monitors 3D print jobs and…

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Boston and Paris-based medical technology company BIOMODEX wants to improve the way that doctors and surgeons train for procedures; having sat nervously in several family waiting rooms at various hospitals in my lifetime, I am all for this. The company creates customizable, biorealistic haptic simulators and 3D printed medical models that physicians use to rehearse their procedures, and the Montreal…

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As a former secondary school science teacher, Oliver Wilson knows the challenges of communicating big, complex issues. Now, the palaeoecologist is reaching global audiences with a project that brings to life the microscopic world of pollen by producing giant 3D-printed models from high-quality scans of pollen grains. “Being able to identify pollen is important for…

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When Grace O’Brien’s friends said they could never go vegan because eggs were “in everything”, it got her thinking about creating an alternative. She experimented with different beans and bases for the recipe, including soy, pumpkin and lentils, to make an egg-like substitute that tasted close to the real thing. “I started by tinkering around…

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Carbon, the developer behind the Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printing technology, has announced the launch of its new and improved M3 series 3D printers. The firm’s latest product line comprises two models, the M3 and M3 Max, and offers improved print speeds, larger build volumes, and higher-quality parts when compared to its predecessors. Paired with…

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f you walked into Frankfurt’s annual 3D printing conference, Formnext, and found your way to the first aisle of hall 12.1, you wouldn’t be remiss to be reminded of classic Maker Faires. There, tucked past massive industrial-sized, metal, and other professionally-focused 3D printers stood the bold orange Prusa Research booth, its leftmost section – closest…

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Blender has finally leveled up. On December 3, 2021, the Blender Foundation released Blender 3.0 – the first total version change for the incredibly powerful and widespread open-source visual software in over 21 years. The Blender Foundation’s software is one of the best programs available for its purpose. The foundation implements impressive new features with…

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Over the weekend Cults, a popular 3D printing model repository and marketplace, was the center of controversy following a thread posted to Reddit’s popular 3D printing community r/3Dprinting. Reddit user Bigbore_729 claimed the company owed them ~$212 from model sales and had been denied payment, ignored, and blocked on social media while pursuing the funds. The thread has received…

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