3D Printing News Briefs: December 15, 2019 In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, it’s business, business, business, and then an upcoming event, 3D Alliances signed a collaboration agreement with Xact Metal. Sigma Labs has… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2swOV1b

Korea: 3D Printed Protection Suits for Senior Citizens In the recently published ‘Developing Fall-Impact Protection Pad with 3D Mesh Curved Surface Structure Using 3D Printing Technology,’ authors Jung Hyun Park and Jeong Ran Lee once again prove… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2tcLiOl

Sintratec Providing 3D Printing Support to Daimler Buses for Service Bases The commercial vehicles segment of Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler AG has fully integrated 3D printing into the development process and series production workflow for several of its divisions,… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2snWs2s

New 3D printing jobs: BigRep, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Mogassam Looking for a new job in 3D printing? A host of new opportunities are now open through 3D Printing Industry. In 3D Printing Jobs, we offer candidates and employers the opportunity to search and advertise vacancies in this rapidly changing sector. In this update, we have new roles from BigRep, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, and […] https://buff.ly/2PhzJxW

voxeljet enhances HSS to 3D print single parts with multi-material properties German 3D printer manufacturer voxeljet has detailed a new technology development for its High Speed Sintering (HSS) process.   Known as “greyscale 3D printing,” the method allows for the creation of singular parts with variable material properties, from mechanical strength and elasticity to material density, weight and center of gravity. These properties can be individually influenced […] https://buff.ly/2ROqEhP

Spice Up Your Christmas Tree By Making It A Video Game Bob and friends from the youtube channel I Like To Make Stuff have really outdone themselves this year. In an effort to add some excitement to the neighborhood over the holidays, they’ve created a giant Christmas tree video game! The game is fairly simple, but the execution of everything including […] Read more on MAKE The post Spice Up Your Christmas Tree By Making It A Video Game appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. https://buff.ly/36vSO5q

NTU selects Optomec LENS 3D printing for bi-metallic NASA project Optomec, the New Mexico-based developers of Directed Energy Deposition (DED) and Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP) metal 3D printers, has revealed that its Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) 3D printing technology will help NASA reach the moon in 2024. As part of a project led by the Navajo Technical University (NTU), Optomec’s LENS 3D printer will […] https://buff.ly/2spLI3u

Lighting Research Center and Eaton Corporation partner to develop 3D printed Solid-State Lighting The Lighting Research Center (LRC) in Troy, New York, and American multinational power management company Eaton Corporation, have partnered to develop a fully 3D printed LED-integrated luminaire. This project, funded by the United States Department of Energy, aims to overcome the barriers for the adoption of additive manufacturing technology applied to solid-state lighting (SSL). Solid-state […] https://buff.ly/2EbKPyg

Xjet’s Dror Denai “Making the Impossible Possible” Israeli company Xjet corraled a lot of 3D printing and inkjet veterans into one firm and mixed in a lot of candle power from other industries. Out of this melting… The post Xjet’s Dror Denai… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/2PDNSVe

The Year in Review: Bioprinting in 2019 This year, the bioprinting community has discovered ways to speed up precision in 3D bioprinting. Even though experts have warned us that 3D printed organs might not be available for… The post The… View the entire article via our website. https://buff.ly/35gs5cJ

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