字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello fellow 3Dprintors, I'm jwall with PrintThatThing here to feed yall some 3D nuggets. 3D Printed Ovaries Forbes Reported that Northwestern University presented the Endocrine Society with their results of 3D-Printed prosthetic ovaries in mice. The prosthetic ovaries were able to conceive and bear living young. The 3d-Printed implants were created with human applications in mind. And the team behind it hopes that one day they'll restore fertility and hormone function to women who suffer from side effects of cancer treatments and genetically reduced ovarian function. Scultptible 3D Printing Filament. It's like PLAYDoH and 3D Printing made a baby!!! with 3D printed ovaries! Adam Beane Industries announced back in December that they'll be releasing a line of sculptable filament later this year that remains moldable after printing. The idea is based behind the companies Cx5 and Cx5s line of sculpting material that allows for sculpting after cooling. The company stresses that Cx5 and Cx5s materials are NOT final materials and all sculptures should be molded and then cast in your material of choice. The sculptable filament will be available for Desktop FFF 3D printers and will be released later this year. Massachusetts based company - Voxel8 has figured out how to 3D print with embedding electronics and Conductive Ink. The Voxel8 printer is designed to pause automatically to allow for the addition of electronic components. Then the printer prints the conductive ink traces that connect those components. They've worked with Autodesk to help with the layout of design and electronics. These printers are available on the Voxel8 website for Developer's Kit and Standard Printer preorder which will ship later this year. z3DLab - Titanium Ceramic French company Z3DLab has created titanium-ceramic printing powder. The powder is called ZTi-Powder and is to be used in SLM printing -(Selective Laser Melting). Fuzed with Titanium and zirconia the material is believed to eliminate allergies that are usually triggered by Titanium implants. Opening the door for dental implants, prosthesis, plates, stables, screws, and more within in the medical field. 3D Printed Robots MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab have developed a 3D printing technique that prints solids and liquids. Motivated to create printable hydraulics and step closer to rapid fabrication of functional machines the team developed an 8 part inkjet head that deposits multiple materials for complex pre-filled fluidic channels. To demonstrate this they printed a six-inch hexapod robot that took 22 hours to print. It moves using a 3D printing hydraulic system and dc motor. The team has also printed a silicone-rubber hand for MIT's Baxter Robot that uses liquid to move the fingers. 3D Printing Shoes The New Balance Zante Generate is the 1st 3d Printed running sneaker to be made commercially available - but there's a catch. Only 44 pairs will be printed making these sneakers limited addition and $400. As a collaboration with 3D systems the shoes will be included in the 3D printed shoe technology with Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour. While 3d Printing shoes is too slow and too expensive for mass production - it's believed 3d Printing shoes will be something of the future. 3D Printed Casts Mexican start up Mediprint has created the Novacast to hopefully replace how we treat broken bones. These colorful casts are water proof, x-ray compatible, don't absorb sweat and allow for air flow and skin access for those pesky itches. Thanks for watching, feel free to subscribe if you like 3D printing, and we'll see you next time. Happy printing!