How 3D printing could provide clean water to communities while promoting recycling and solar power

Dr. Mazher Mohammed.

Deakin University (Waurn Ponds, Australia) is currently working on a world-first breakthrough technology capable of printing plumbing and sanitation supplies using discarded plastics. The “3D WASH” technology will be carefully tested and evaluated in the Solomon Islands by Children’s Charity Plan International Australia later this year. Dr. Mazher Mohammed, Research Fellow at Deakin’s School of … Read more →

Massivit 3D helps create world’s first 3D-printed retail store during Christmas season

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (Lod, Israel) has announced that its customer, OMUS (a specialist 3D printer in Australia) has constructed what is believed to be the world’s first 3D-printed, pop-up retail store on behalf of luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton. Thirty panels in 18 days The eye-catching 9-metre-wide, 10-metre-long and 2.7-metre-high (29.5 ft. x 32.8 … Read more →

How to get funding for your 3D printing projects

Here, Elliot Schiller, a Director at Toronto’s Teeger Schiller Inc., a firm specializing in government funding and systems selection and implementation, investigates how to get government funding for your 3D projects. His clients receive over $5 million annually to support ongoing business innovation. E-mail eschiller@teegerschiller.com, visit www.FundingHelp.ca or phone 1-888-816-0222 Ext. 102. Are you developing … Read more →

Your next shirt might have an MP3 player integrated into the fabric!

Israeli 3D printer and 3D printed electronics manufacturer Nano Dimension recently completed tests on a new process that successfully 3D-printed conductive materials onto textiles. The pre-treated fabric had the conductive pattern printed on it using Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 3D Printer and its AgCite Silver Nanoparticle conductive ink. After collaborating with a leading European textile … Read more →

Check out the world’s first 3D Printed office!

The world’s first 3D printed office, created using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer with a 120-foot-long robotic arm, currently sits in Dubai. In fact, the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates is continuing to emerge as an impressive global and business hub of the Middle East. So it’s not surprising that its leaders have … Read more →

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