Reduce Plastic Waste with the Help of 3D Print in Tanzania

Idmin/ September 11, 2017/ 3D Printing Projects

Dar es Salaam streets and dumping sites collect an approximate of 400 tons of plastic daily. Not much of this wastes are recycled, statistics show that only 10 percent of the wastes are recycled with another portion of the collected plastic waste exported to China for recycling. The good news is that there are small recycling companies, which have started

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First 3D Print Face Transplant in Belgium

Idmin/ August 30, 2017/ Health Care and 3D Printing

3D technology has given hope to many patients who had reached a point of hopelessness. Medical practitioners have used 3D technology to give a lasting solution to delicate body injuries. Prof. Blondeel has a story of success to share with others who are planning to use 3D or are already using it. Prof. Bondeel with other three surgeons enters the

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Roads Trip with 3D Printed Bike

Idmin/ August 11, 2017/ 3D Printing Technologies

So many people have ideas but implementing them is a big challenge. The doubt of whether you will get that perfect product that you are looking for is again another source of fear. What is the feeling like when you just get the exact thing you were expecting? The two Sculpteo designers had that joy when their Sculpteo Bikes caught

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Chances of 3D Industry in the USA

Idmin/ August 10, 2017/ 3D Printing Technologies

3D printing like any other new technology has made manufacturers have sleepless nights. 3D printing technology has come, and it is a reality that has to be implemented by all concerned parties. Several end products like aerospace products, automotive, medical, and even dental products are rapidly adopting 3D printing technology. Some companies are piloting the use of 3D printing technologies

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Animals Helped with 3D Prints

Idmin/ August 9, 2017/ 3D Printing Technologies, Health Care and 3D Printing

The relationship between humans and animals started many years ago. One amazing thing is that the history of veterinary care is not as long as the relationship has been in place; it means that animals were lacking some necessary attention from their friends the humans. France was the first country to establish a veterinary school in 1761A.D. Domesticated animals was

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