AlphaEDGE 4D LTD 3D printed shoes now available from adidas

AlphaEDGE 4D LTD 3D printed shoes now available from adidas

The collaboration between Carbon and adidas has blossomed once again, this time with the AlphaEDGE 4D LTD running shoes featuring midsoles 3D printed using Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology. The AlphaEDGE shoes can now be reserved for $300 using the adidas App , before picking them up on 17 February at adidas’ Santa Monica […]

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Materialise collaborates with PTC to make manufacturers Industry 4.0 ready

Materialise collaborates with PTC to make manufacturers Industry 4.0 ready

Software company PTC has teamed up with Belgium-based 3D printer market leader Materialise to expand the capabilities of its Creo CAD software. Taking the form of a new software package, the collaboration will allow Creo users to integrate 3D printing into their manufacturing processes, with a special emphasis on metal additive manufacturing. Part-analysis in ThingWorx. […]

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Edible QR codes could be the medicine of tomorrow

Edible QR codes could be the medicine of tomorrow

3 pictures Scan before eating: could edible QR codes be the medicine of tomorrow? New research out of the University of Copenhagen suggests that the medicine of tomorrow may be both easier to swallow, and rather smarter than the pills and medicines of today. The researchers have adapted inkjet printing technology to print edible QR […]

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3D printing champions sustainability in Optomec LENS machine repair at RIT

3D printing champions sustainability in Optomec LENS machine repair at RIT

One of the fastest growing areas of application for additive manufacturing is in spare parts and repair. Aerospace giants, i.e. Airbus and Boeing, SIA Engineering Company and smaller units like Ohio’s Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services prove that the technology is invaluable to the aerospace sector. Other areas, including logistics and communications , marine & […]

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