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3D printing global explosion news inventory

time:2017-09-30 16:20:41CTR:

3D printing has become a hot word, with the continuous development and progress of technology, we have gradually seen more and more changes in the industry. Recently, 3D printing has made great progress in industry, medical, aviation, construction and civil use. We recently saw Dubai and Shanghai Wintron create the world's first 3D printed office building. There is also a big increase in the speed of desktop 3D printers, from the previous speed increased to an incredible 300mm/s; It also witnessed the great potential of 3D bioprinting in the production of biological skin, as well as 3D printed aircraft fuselages and the first 3D printed rockets. These revolutionary developments have certainly given us more to wonder about the future. Below, let's review the recent 3D printing events:

The world's first 3D printed office building is to be built in Dubai

On the morning of June 30, 2015, the UAE National Innovation Council released a project that has the potential to take 3D printed construction technology one step further. The council, along with Vice President and UAE Prime Minister Mohammed, has long touted transforming the UAE into a global technology hub for architecture and design, and has now gone one step further with a plan to 3D print an entire office building. Not only will the exterior walls of the office building be 3D printed, but the interior walls and furniture will also be 3D printed.

It is worth mentioning that the company actually responsible for such an ambitious project is from Shanghai Yingchuang Company, some friends may remember that the company last year in Shanghai 3D printed a 5-story apartment building, as well as a villa. In addition to WinAC, leading global engineering and construction firms Gensler, Thornton Thomasetti and Syska Hennessy will also participate in the project.

Once completed, the building will be used for a variety of purposes. The interior will be a natural venue for a 3D printing exhibition. It is also a major project undertaken by the Museum of the Future. The so-called "Museum of the future" refers to a large museum invested heavily in the construction of the United Arab Emirates at the beginning of this year, and its construction process is also committed to the use of 3D printing technology.

Printing speed up to 300 mm/SEC, 3D printing speed up

Recently, the Digital Object Maker Pro(DOM Pro), an FDM desktop 3D printer jointly developed by two French 3D printing companies, Bold-Design and DOOD Studio, came out. The frame body of the 3D printer is made entirely of aluminum, steel and plexiglass.

So what's so special about this 3D printer developed by the two companies? The first is that it prints super fast. According to Bold-Design, the structure of the 3D printer is reinforced with steel and high-quality rigid guides allow smooth linear displacement along the X and Y axes, which allows it to print faster than most competitors. Bold-Design claims to have started developing the machine three years ago, when it was based on the open source RepRap model. Today, the DOM Pro 3D printer can print up to 300 mm/second.

3D printed car Stradey started running in 2016

Some time ago, the world's first 3D printed car Stradi was officially born, the whole car parts cost about 3,500 US dollars, the production cycle is 44 hours, and the top speed can reach 80 kilometers per hour, in October 2014, Stradi went to the streets of New York for the first time. A few days ago, the company that makes Stradey said that in 2016 Stradey officially started to run on the road.

At present, it seems that the distance from 3D printing a whole vehicle is still far away, but in the visible future, more and more parts will be possible to use 3D printing technology. 3D printing technology for the automotive industry, of course, is desirable. A car has at least 20,000 parts, if you can use 3D printing technology, then the time cost and economic cost will be greatly reduced. Where in the past it might have taken weeks to produce a part, today engineers can use CAD software to draw a part and download it to a 3D printer, which can print the part in a few hours.

3D printers have officially entered the "retail giant" Walmart

In the consumer 3D printer market, MakerBot seems to attach great importance to working with commercial retail chains around the world. It makes sense that, despite the growing popularity of e-commerce, many consumers still prefer to shop in a physical storefront, especially when it comes to less familiar products like 3D printers.

On July 6, 2015, the two companies announced an expansion of the partnership: The MakerBot Mini 3D printer will be sold in more than 600 Sam's Club stores across the United States. This means that Makerbot wants to do the same with laptops, from the retail market to carve out a larger market.

L 'Oreal 3D printed skin leads the era of "changing faces"

L 'Oreal recently announced a partnership with Organovo, a Chicago-based bioprinting startup, to develop living skin created using 3D printing technology - so that L 'Oreal can experiment with the perfect substitute for human skin when testing products for toxins and effectiveness.

L 'Oreal will use Organovo's NovoGen printing platform, a technology that analyzes the structure of skin tissue and various important cell information to create special "bio-ink" and composite cell tissue, and finally print the layered skin tissue. In the past, this technique was mainly used to repair facial wounds and burns.

With this collaboration, L 'Oreal will have exclusive rights to 3D printed skin. The Group will apply this technology to the development of non-prescription skin care products. Organovo has rights to the development and testing of prescription drug efficacy tests, toxicity tests, and medical and surgical transplant tissues.

Us company creates world's first 3D printed aircraft fuselage

Constellium, headquartered in Amsterdam, is a global company. The company has nearly 8,800 employees and its commercial activities span aerospace, automotive, packaging and other fields, but the common denominator between all of the company's business units is aluminum, and the company uses a variety of methods to make aluminum products.

It is understood that the FAST project will focus on topological optimization of aviation structures and additive manufacturing processes. FAST will seek to optimize design and technology to make the manufacturing of large aerospace structures and components more efficient, Kenlian said.

Bruno Chenal, director of research and development in the Research and technology department at Kallian Aluminium, said 3D printing and additive manufacturing offer a variety of alternatives for the design and manufacture of large aerospace components, such as aircraft fuselages. He says that large modules cannot yet be designed with the technology available, but adds that 3D printed bodies will make it easier to modify, copy and customize designs.

The first 3D printed rocket in the history of space "Big Bang"

Electron rocket has low manufacturing cost, short launch cycle and low launch cost, which can be called a great progress in the history of human rocket technology. The New Zealand-based company further announced that it has decided to start construction of the world's first private satellite launch pad in New Zealand to launch the company's homemade 3D printed rocket.

The proposed satellite launch pad will be located at Kaitorete Spit, near Christchurch. It is already a popular area for space launches, and NASA often chooses to launch its own spacecraft here. Rocket Lab believes that having a permanent launch base will make it much cheaper to launch satellites in the future.

Now that 2015 is halfway through, it seems that we will soon see humanity's first 3D printed rocket blast into space, an event that is not only significant for the 3D printing world, but also for the history of human space exploration.

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