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Early Adoption

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plural noun: early adopters

An individual or business who uses a new product or technology before others. An early adopter is likely to pay more for the product than later adopters…

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Orlando Maker Faire 2016

I haven’t been to the Orlando Maker Faire in years, and wow was I missing out.  I volunteered for Matrix Flare because a co-worker was running it and they were doing great things for kids.   388 more words

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Saving Jojo’s Leg with Pre-Surgical Planning in 3D

A five-year-old boy named Jojo from a village near Munich was diagnosed with a rare malignant tumor called Ewing`s Sarcoma. Usually found in the diaphysis (middle part) of long bones Jojo`s tumor was located in the distal part of his left femur and very close to the growth plate. 102 more words


So Long, Animal Testing? Researchers 3D Print the First Heart-On-A-Chip

Harvard researchers have 3D printed the first-ever “organ-on-a-chip” with integrated sensors.

These organs-on-chips, also known as microphysiological systems, have great potential for in vitro tissue engineering and drug screening research. 82 more words


US 3D Printing Market 2021

According to TechSci Research report “US 3D Printing Market By Component Type, By Technology, By Process Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 – 2021”, the 3D printing market in the United States is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of over 41% during 2016 – 2021. 29 more words

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Bringing the Ultimaker 3 to market with bridge manufacturing

written by Lana Lozova for Ultimaker.com

3D printing is no longer just being used for prototypes. It’s also effective for producing small batches of products – invaluable if you urgently need a specific part in order to launch on time. 864 more words

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