Up to ten GE Catalyst components will be produced in this area. The engine’s first flight is scheduled for the end of 2019. It is the first turboprop engine in the world with almost 30% of its internal metal parts 3D printed. In Brindisi, work has already begun on three of these ten additive components. This number will continue to grow as the number of GE Additive-Concept Laser machines DMLM (Direct Metal Laser Melting) does. Continue reading “Avio Aero 3Dprints parts for the Catalyst engine for the Cessna Denali”
Printed electronics, social robots, exoskeletons, bioprinting tissues, drones, 3D printed cakes, take a look at the conferences organized by Jakajima in the first half of 2018:
3D Printing Electronics Conference, Jan 23 https://www.3dprintingelectronicsconference.com/
3D Medical Printing Conference, Jan 30-31 https://3dmedicalconference.com/
We invite you to take a look at the upcoming 3D Printing conferences organised by Jakajima Continue reading “Upcoming 3D Printing Conferences: Electronics, Materials, Medical, Food”
3D Medical Printing, VR, Robotics & more | 3D Medical Conference + Expo & Health Tech Event 2018
This edition organised by Jakajima in cooperation with MECC Maastricht will cover a broad range of topics during the conferences and expo. NEW is the addition of the successful one-day Health Tech Event which will cover topics such as robotics and e-Health. Each day has different topics.
How can you monetise 3D models? 3D Printing Content Conference
The 3rd edition of the 3D Printing Content Conference [https://www.3dcontentconference.com/] organised by Jakajima will take place on October 4, 2017, at B.Amsterdam, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The 3D Printing Content Conference is a half-day conference (13.00 to 18.00) about the creation of 3D Printing content – design and 3D modelling software, monetisation & distribution of 3D content, 3D printing content as part of merchandising (gaming industry), 3D printing & Industry 4.0. Continue reading “How can you monetise 3D models? | 3D Printing Content Conference 2017”
The series of 3D Printing conferences organized by Jakajima, that 3D Printing Business Directory and 3D Printing Media Network media partnered with this year, proved successful in attracting a very broad target of researchers, students, companies and enthusiasts form all over the world to explore the state of the art in medical, dental, pharmaceutical and biological 3D printing. Continue reading “Showing off at 3D Medical Printing Conferences and Exhibition in Maastricht (Video)”
3 Days of 3D Printing in the Netherlands – 6 3D Printing conferences + expo in 2 locations
When: Jan 31, 2017 – Feb 02, 2017
Where: 2 locations: MECC Maastricht & Brightlands Chemelot Conference Center, Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands
What: 6 conferences and a 2-day expo Continue reading “3 Days of 3D Printing in the Netherlands”
First exhibitors announced for 3D Printing Medical Expo
- Dr. Yan Yan Shery Huang, University Lecturer in Bioengineering, University of Cambridge
- Dr Christophe Marquette, Deputy Director, Institute for Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry and Biochemistry (ICBMS), Université Lyon 1/ Coordinator H2020 project FAPIC/ Coordinator 3d.FAB platform
- Dr.-Ing. Rainer Detsch, Research Lecturer, Institute of Biomaterials, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, about “Biofabrication of hard and soft matrix for bone tissue regeneration”
- Anna Pacholczyk, PhD student, ethics, University of Manchester about Ethics and 3D BioPrinting
- Nicole Anna Michels, PhD student, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, about “Challenges in Patenting Bioartificial Organs”
We invite you to take a look at upcoming conferences on Photonics, Internet of People, Sensor Networks, Health Tech and Medical 3D Printing, organized by Jakajima, the matchmaker for innovators in the high tech industry: Continue reading “Upcoming events on Photonics, Internet of People, Sensor Networks, Health Tech and Medical 3D Printing”
New GfK research shows that half of people internationally believe smart home technology will make an impact on their lives in the next few years, compared to just a third who say the same for wearables.
The study, which covers seven countries, asked consumers to choose which of 11 leading-edge technologies – from 3D printing to augmented/virtual reality to Internet of Things — would have an impact on their lives in the next few years. (Respondents could choose as many technologies as they wished.) Continue reading “Smart Home Beats Wearables for Impact on Lives, Consumer Survey Shows”