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UC Botanical Garden Features a 3D Printed Bird’s Nest

University of California’s Botanical Garden has a received a new attraction: a 3D printed bird’s nest. The nest project, which was modeled after the weaver bird’s nest, has been entitled “Plant Fiber Enclosure: Origins” and was conducted...

NASA Working to Develop 3D Printed Radiation Shields

NASA recently revealed that they are working to determine the radiation levels in space by producing radiation shields aboard the International Space Station with 3D printing. Using their 3D printer by Made in Space which is housed within the ISS, NASA has integrated...

GE Aviation Produces a Revolutionary Jet Engine with 3D Printing

The development and widespread growth of technology has changed how the world functions over the past few decades. The same goes for the aerospace industry, and in 2018, where GE Aviation is set to release a revolutionary new propeller plane which functions much more...

3D Printing Helps Revolutionize Workflow for Volkswagen Autoeuropa

3D printing has been invested in heavily across the automotive industry by nearly every leading automobile manufacturer, and now one of those companies is beginning to reap some reward. Volkswagen Autoeuropa, who put out around 100,000 cars a year, is now using 3D...

A Guide to 3D Printing Technologies

3D printing is a cost effective method to analyze your part designs before committing to the high cost of tooling development or the machining of production parts. NeoMetrix utilizes MultiJet, ColorJet, PolyJet, SLS and SLA technologies for 3D printing.  Our Objet...

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