High tech

Have you ever wondered how the high-tech industry can keep up releasing new gadgets and all sorts of electronic devices at such a fast pace? There might be a dozen reasons that explain it but let’s focus on how production of essential components needs to be optimized.

ProGlove makes it possible to 3D print the smallest wearable barcode scanners

ProGlove recently appeared on our radar when we saw that it was relying on additive manufacturing technologies to manufacture wearable barcode scanners.

Project DIAMOnD – supported by Microsoft and Markforged – outlines the crucial role of...

A $10 million grant was initially awarded to help each county’s manufacturing base purchase and implement Industry 4.0 technologies. The initiative is supported...

VIDEO: BCN3D celebrates 35 years of SUPER Mario with a 3D printed rainbow road

If you are part from the Generation Y (born between 1981 and 1996), then Super Mario Bros. has certainly affected your life...

Konami & Open Bionics develop 3D Printed Metal Gear Solid Bionic Arm

Remember Open Bionics? The company that is on a mission to turning disabilities into superpowers. It is currently working with Japanese video...

How Additive Manufacturing helps improve acoustics in large & open spaces?

Acoustics have become a real concern in almost all aspects of modern society, with the most obvious in large, open, multi-use spaces. ...

Blackstone can now 3D print lithium ion solid-state batteries

Blackstone Resources AG has achieved a series of important milestones for its proprietary 3D-printing technology to print lithium ion solid-state batteries.
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