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This Famous Luxury Auto Giant Is Winning The Eco Race!

Posted by Keith Watson on 17th Feb 2020

This Famous Luxury Auto Giant Is Winning The Eco Race!
Jaguar Land Rover has turned to Additive Manufacturing in its bid to focus on more sustainable solutions as part of its Destination Zero mission. Read the article to found out how this automotive giant is using upcycled domestic waste and 3D printing to create everything from sensory steering wheels to ergonomic gloves! Original content by 3D Printing Media Network.Read the article here.
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3D Printing And Fitness = No Sweat Innovation

Posted by Keith Watson on 10th Feb 2020

3D Printing And Fitness = No Sweat Innovation
The 3D printing revolution has now met the world of fitness. Ingenious design and perfected parts that are faultless even at prototype phase are only some of the reasons why equipment giants are turning to 3D printing tech to help get the next generation of fitness machines out of the gates. Read the full article here to find out how 3D printing is now sprinting at full speed.Original article from 3D Printing Media Network
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Talk like an Egyptian, with the help of 3D printing technology

Posted by Justine Parsons on 28th Jan 2020

Talk like an Egyptian, with the help of 3D printing technology
3D printing has more applications and benefits than any of us imagined when this technology first came out. We’d love to hear your thoughts about what you see 3D technology doing in the next 3,5 … 10 years! Let your imagination run wild! In today's article [source: TVNZ One News], researchers say they've mimicked the voice of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy by recreating much of its vocal tract using medical scanners, 3D printing and an electronic larynx. Click here to read the full a
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Using Technology to Grow Our Manufacturing Sector

Posted by Complete 3D on 24th Jan 2020

Using Technology to Grow Our Manufacturing Sector
Great to see corporates like Tait embracing technology change to speed up product design and time to market. Using capability that exists in the AdLab makes so much sense for this type of application. Using new technology and processes will be key to growing an innovative and efficient manufacturing sector. This is a great example: Callaghan Innovation’s AddLab facility helps Tait Communications put portable radio prototype designs to the test.
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