Industry News: Bugatti’s New Car, Bionic Eye, 3D Printing Concrete, Glow In The Dark Resin, And Organ Phantoms - 3D2GO Philippines | 3D Printing Services

Industry News: Bugatti’s New Car, Bionic Eye, 3D Printing Concrete, Glow In The Dark Resin, And Organ Phantoms

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Here are the latest updates regarding the 3D printing industry.

 

Bugatti’s Divo Super Car Has 3D Printed Fin Tails

-Bugatti Automobiles has presented its new car

-The new car has a 3D printed fish tails

-It is named Divo and the super sports car has a price tag of €5 million

Read More: http://www.3ders.org/articles/20180828-bugattis-new-5m-divo-supercar-features-elegant-3d-printed-fin-tail-lights.html

 

3D Printed Bionic Eye

-A team of University of Minnesota researchers has created a 3D printed bionic eye

-The said bionic eye can restore sight

-It is in the paper titled “3D Printed Polymer Photodetectors”

-The “bionic eye” has 3D printed photoreceptors on a hemispherical surface

Read More: https://3dprint.com/223734/3d-printed-bionic-eye-sight/

 

Mobile 3D Printing Concrete Through Robots

-2 robots were made to complete a 3D printing project

-A team of roboticists from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) published a paper, titled “Large-scale 3D Printing by a Team of Mobile Robots”

Read More: https://3dprint.com/223728/mobile-robot-3d-print-construction/

 

Glow in the Dark Resin for SLA 3D Printing

-Researchers have finally developed a material for SLA 3D printing that glows

-It was created for night glowing signs and indicators

Read More: https://3dprint.com/223827/glow-in-the-dark-resin/

 

3D Printed Organ Phantoms

-A research team has discussed the 3D printing of phantoms and that developing reproducible and sophisticated physical phantoms is needed

-With the help of 3D printing, rapidly develop relatively low-cost phantoms with appropriate complexities, which are useful in imaging or dosimetry measurements, can be made.

Read More: https://3dprint.com/223845/3d-printed-organ-phantoms/

 

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