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A researcher from the Louisiana State University (LSU) Biological and Agricultural Engineering department has 3D printed a life-sized phantom body for radiation therapy research and testing. Measuring 5’1”, the 3D printed model is the first of its kind. About a year ago, LSU researcher Meagan Moore set out to create […]

Researcher 3D prints life-size human phantom model for radiation therapy


RUAG Australia, a subsidiary of technology company RUAG, is teaming up with Australian research groups to explore the utilization of the laser metal deposition (LMD) process for aircraft repairs. The project, carried out in partnership with members of the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) and RMIT University, will specifically […]

RUAG Australia leads exploration of laser metal deposition for military ...


For some time now, MIT’s Mediated Matter Lab has been working on developing an additive manufacturing platform capable of printing 3D structures made from glass. Despite having become something of a ubiquitous material in the 19th century thanks to new manufacturing innovations in the Industrial Revolution, glass has remained a […]

Mediated Matter Lab reveals details on glass 3D printing tech


January 2, 2019 While a bunch of companies like Adidas and Ecco have already set their sights on the 3D printed footwear market, there are still others finding exciting ways to improve this lucrative area of fashion. Of course, fashionable footwear is only a tip of the iceberg. There are […]

ShapeCrunch Prints Enhanced Insoles For Running Shoes



3D printing is being incorporated into more and more industries, and fashion is no exception to this. The technology is opening up for new, creative possibilities and solutions. Something we’ve seen being utilised in a variety of ways from jewellery to costume design and so on. Another area where the use of use […]

3D printing in footwear: disrupting the shoe industry?