Philadelphia-based Tozuda, which has developed impact sensors that are attached to sports helmets to indicate a potential concussion, is the latest recipient of a Cool Idea award from digital manufacturing company Protolabs (Maple Plain, MN).
A partner in the PolyKARD project, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research has successfully synthesized and printed the first elastic photo-urethane resins from non-toxic starting materials. The materials can be used to produce heart...
As applications multiply in the automotive, medical and other sectors, the 3D-printing market will continue to double in size approximately every three years, according to the "3D Printing Trends 2020" report from 3D Hubs (Amsterdam).
The company has invested $2 million in a second 3D-printing facility in Sweden. The plant in Umeå is dedicated to the serial production of components, initially designed and validated at the Uppsala facility, for biomanufacturing applications.