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It's been a few weekends in the making, but it's finally finished. This is both meant to be a summary of our recent excursions to local companies in the industry as well as information for anyone interesting in learning more about print. (These clips all come from an event held every semester at the HdM, the Exkursionswoche.) I hope this video gives you an idea of why print is a fascinating field of study! A big thanks goes out to all of the companies who led our tours, the university Hochschule der Medien, and Mindful Music for the soundtrack.
Michigan Engineering researchers have developed filtered b-spline (FBS) algorithms to speed up consumer 3-D printers without sacrificing quality. The research was conducted in the Smart and Sustainable Automation Research Lab at the University of Michigan College of Engineering under associate professor of mechanical engineering Chinedum Okwudire. The research was led by PhD candidates Deokkyun Yoon and Molong Duan. http://s2a-lab.engin.umich.edu/ Read the story for more information: https://news.engin.umich.edu/2017/10/3d-printing-gets-a-turbo-boost-from-u-m-technology/
3D printing is one of the most promising new technologies of our current time, and his goal is to help designers, engineers and students realise its potential and adopt it as a powerful tool in their conceptual and prototyping processes. Aaron Jennings is an industrial designer with a level 1 BcS in Product design. Since 2010, the beginning of his career as a designer, Aaron has utilised 3D printing from prototyping to final working demonstrative devices for the medical and household industry. With his years experience and knowledge of 3D printing, Aaron joined Polymaker - a company engineering and developing the best and most innovative materials for the 3D printing industry. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local c...
A record amount of money is spent developing new drugs, but drug approval rates are declining and many fatal diseases are left untreated. A big reason behind this is often times current drug testing methods including animal testing don’t accurately predict the human response to drugs. What if we can 3D print living human tissue to test new drugs and study disease? Tamer Mohamed talks about how 3D printing human tissue will allow us to develop better, safer, and cheaper drugs while reducing our reliance on animal testing. Beyond drug development, Tamer imagines a future where replacement organs are 3D printed using a patient’s own cells, avoiding organ wait lists and the risk of rejection. Tamer Mohamed is a biomedical engineer, innovator, and entrepreneur. He is President and CEO of As...
These 3D printing design for manufacture engineering tips will help you get to grips with features that can help you improve the engineering design of your 3D printed parts. Design for manufacture for fused deposition modelling, fused filament fabrication or '3D printing' is not the same as for conventional subtractive manufacturing; in this video i'll cover some of the tips and tricks you can take advantage of if you want the best 3d printed parts.
In this video Bill explains some of the engineering principles underlying the design of a DLP (digital light processing) 3D Printer. The printer featured is an Ember printer, manufactured originally by Autodesk, but now an open source project. Learn more about ember: http://ember.autodesk.com. Support Bill's work by becoming an advanced viewer: http://www.engineerguy.com/support. Videos linked to in at the end of the video: Micromirrors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nb8mM3uEIc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4aUU3-PKQ4 Ember Details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2rQvxC6gX4 Overview of 3D Printing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0EJmBoLq-g Element 14 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ-i67VoBQo
The Department of Printing and Media Engineering has the distinction of being the one among the few institutes across India offering a Bachelor’s degree in Print and Media since 1992. The department provides comprehensive in-depth study in modern Graphic Arts Technology and Media Sc
Printing vessel vasculature is essential for sustaining functional living tissues. Until now, bioengineers have had difficulty building thick tissues, lacking a method to embed vascular networks. A 3D bioprinting method invented at the Wyss Institute and Harvard SEAS embeds a grid of vasculature into thick tissue laden with human stem cells and connective matrix. Printed within a custom-made housing, this method can be used to create tissue of any shape. Once printed, an inlet and outlet own opposite ends are perfused with fluids, nutrients, and cell growth factors, which control stem cell differentiation and sustain cell functions. By flowing growth factors through the vasculature, stem cells can be differentiated into a variety of tissue cell types. This vascularized 3D printing proce...
CAREERS IN PRINTING TECHNOLOGY.Go through the career opportunities of PRINTING TECHNOLOGY, Govt jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed Career information,Job openings details of PRINTING TECHNOLOGY. Printing technology is not as common and familiar to most of us as engineering and medical does. Printing technology is something that includes a process to be covered for imprinting images and texts onto a plate (called as impression) by majorly using templates or a master form. Every day we see around us, a varied printed material in the form of newspapers, magazines, brochures, catalogues, advertisements, posters, billboards, hoardings, boxes & cartons & much more. Al...
Twelve new MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3-D printers promise to add a whole new dimension to Ohio State's nationally recognized First-Year Engineering Program. Brand new Buckeye engineers will move beyond modeling objects and learn how to manufacture their own creations. Read the full story at http://go.osu.edu/3d. with this emerging technology
You can cross Amsterdam's 3D-printed bridge next year. WEBSITE: http://futurism.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/futurism TWITTER: https://twitter.com/futurism INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/futurism TUMBLR: http://futurismnews.tumblr.com/
Ir. Ronan Collins was invited by the Innovation & Technology Committee of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong to participate in a panel discussion on how the deployment of 3D printing may transform the construction industry. The panel members included Dr Liu King-Lok, Clinical Assistant Professor of Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Harvey Chung, co-founder of Maker Lab and Director of Design & Education at 3D Forge, Jason Cawdell founder of Jumping Monkey and Creative Head at HTI and was moderated by Jeremy Cheng, co-founder of Maker Lab. The panel members presented how 3D printing is transforming healthcare, manufacturing, toy design, architecture, engineering and construction. InteliBuild have experience in the use of 3D Printi...
Manchester is the home of Graphene and the School of Chemistry is now exploring the uses this incredible material may have in printing exciting new devices. By using Graphene dispersed in a water based form the scientists can print with it and fabricate a flexible and hardwearing electronic device such as a smart phone. The research featured in this video was generously funded by EU & EPSRC
Kenyan engineer Roy Ombatti set out to 3D print custom shoes for those who had suffered from deforming jigger infections. But once he embarked on his entrepreneurial journey, he began to see that shoes were only the beginning of what 3D printing could do for his people. Now, he’s on a mission to encourage Kenyans to think differently about their problems—and how this empowering tool might help them produce creative solutions. bit.ly/tei3dpk Video shot by Mykim Dang and edited by Mayra Aleman. Keep in touch in our social networks: Facebook: facebook.com/innovationstories Twitter: twitter.com/InnovStories Instagram: instagram.com/InnovStories Vimeo: vimeo.com/InnovationsStories
Concrete Printing Process developed at Loughborough University in the UK is capable of producing building components with a degree of customisation that has not yet been seen. It could create a new era of architecture that is adapted to the environment and fully integrated with engineering function. Web: http://www.buildfreeform.com/
We Engineering Technique is a specialist distributor for the EnvisionTEC unique range of 3d printers machines and materials for the Indian market. About EnvisionTEC: EnvisionTEC was founded in 2002 in Marl, Germany. Under the guidance of Mr. Siblani, CEO and Chairman of the Board, EnvisionTEC has become a world leader in 3D printer manufacturing specializing in rapid prototyping and equipment. To know more about EnvisionTEC 3D Printers range, please visit http://www.enggtechnique.com/3D-Printers
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http://www.ted.com Anthony Atala's state-of-the-art lab grows human organs -- from muscles to blood vessels to bladders, and more. At TEDMED, he shows footage of his bio-engineers working with some of its sci-fi gizmos, including an oven-like bioreactor (preheat to 98.6 F) and a machine that "prints" human tissue.