“Smart” bike light equates brightness with speed

"Smart" bike light equates brightness with speed

2 pictures The Radius F1 utilizes an inertial measurement unit (which includes an accelerometer and gyroscope) to determine how fast the bike is going When you’re cycling fast at night, it’s good to have a bright headlight so you can see what’s on the road ahead. Once you slow down, though, you really just need […]

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I visited the Bottletop 3D printed store in London

I visited the Bottletop 3D printed store in London

Earlier this week Bottletop opened their flagship 3D printed store on London’s Regent Street. I visited the store to meet, Bottletop Director, and see how the “sustainable luxury” fashion brand is working with Krause Architects and AI Build to create a unique experience with a 3D printed store interior. The Bottletop store on Regent Street. […]

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Trends in Additive Manufacturing for end-use production with OR Laser

Trends in Additive Manufacturing for end-use production with OR Laser

3D Printing Industry is taking an in depth look at how additive manufacturing is moving to production. Over the coming weeks the results of interviews with industry leading practitioners will be published. This article is part of a series examining Trends in Additive Manufacturing for End-Use Production . Eric Herrmann is the Online-Marketing-Manager at O.R. […]

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Aurora Labs to certify metal 3D printed parts with DNV GL

Aurora Labs to certify metal 3D printed parts with DNV GL

In a new, non-binding agreement, global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL will develop a certification framework for metal parts made on Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) 3D printers. The system will ensure that all items made by the Australian company’s machines meet global manufacturing requirements, and are fit for purpose in oil & gas, […]

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