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Carnegie Mellon researchers develop 3D printing for heart valves

Carnegie Mellon researchers develop 3D printing for heart valves

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University recently developed a method to rebuild components of the human heart using 3D printing. The ...
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Could a multicolor SLA 3D printer be coming soon? XYZPrinting files patent

Could a multicolor SLA 3D printer be coming soon? XYZPrinting files patent

A patent for an SLA 3D printer capable of producing multicolor objects has emerged. Filed by Taiwanese 3D printer manufacturer ...
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How the Fourth Industrial Revolution will disrupt data management

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution will disrupt data management

Robotics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing ... These technologies are all helping to fuel the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the impact of ...
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Max Lobovsky, CEO Formlabs, posts comment on DWS 3D printer IP litigation

Max Lobovsky, CEO Formlabs, posts comment on DWS 3D printer IP litigation

As reported recently, Formlabs is in the midst of a legal dispute with rival SLA 3D printer manufacturer DWS ...
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Printing success: why intellectual property is key to large-scale 3D printing

Printing success: why intellectual property is key to large-scale 3D printing

The Crane Wasp 3D printer, created to print homes using local materials (Credit: Wasp) Quick, cost effective, efficient – more ...
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3D Printing Interview with Shibu John of 3DPERA

3D Printing Interview with Shibu John of 3DPERA

Shibu John has his PhD in Media Consolidation. He is a technology evangelist and a turnaround specialist who promotes 3D ...
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The Virtual Foundry wins a patent for the process used to produce its extrudable plastic-infused materials

The Virtual Foundry wins a patent for the process used to produce its extrudable plastic-infused materials

The Virtual Foundry recently won a patent for its proprietary process for extruding metal, glass or ceramic powder with a ...
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Opinion: 3D printing unlocks new possibilities in duplicating cars

Opinion: 3D printing unlocks new possibilities in duplicating cars

If you're of a certain vintage, you’ll remember that old “Piracy – it’s a crime” ad that said, “You wouldn’t ...
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3D Printing and Product Liability: Interview with James Beck of Reed Smith

3D Printing and Product Liability: Interview with James Beck of Reed Smith

James Beck is the senior life sciences policy analyst at Reed Smith. James is specialized in product liability, personal injury, ...
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WISeKey's WISePrint Solution Protects 3D Printing Industry Against Counterfeiting

WISeKey’s WISePrint Solution Protects 3D Printing Industry Against Counterfeiting

GENEVA, ZUG, Switzerland, March 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WISeKey's WISePrint Solution Protects 3D Printing Industry Against Counterfeiting WISePrint Video ...
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Why Governments Should Be Using Blockchain

Why Governments Should Be Using Blockchain

Blockchain is much more than Cryptos, and governments and entrepreneurs are collaborating to solve the world's problems JJ Ying Unsplash ...
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Fastech AI Blockchain and the $3 Billion Fashion Industry part 1

Fastech AI Blockchain and the $3 Billion Fashion Industry part 1

Gudrun Sjödén is a Green Fashion Designer based in Sweden By Dinis Guarda and Francesca Giobbi With Hernaldo Turrillo AI ...
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Nine Most Recent Posts in Intellectual Property and Liability

Newly patented 3D construction printer can reportedly create 60-foot-long concrete slabs in less than 1 minute

Newly patented 3D construction printer can reportedly create 60-foot-long concrete slabs in less than 1 minute

Armatron Systems, an Arizona-based 3D construction printing company, has secured a patent for an on-site printer that officials say can create a slab as long as 60 feet in less than a minute.  . The 3D printer uses a slip-form mold extrusion system that limits bubbles...

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