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Global 3D Scanners Giving a Huge Blow to the Consumer Market

3D scanner is an instrument which examines the real objects and environment, to collect data based on shape, geometry, and appearance. The collected data is then used to construct digital 3D replicas. 3D scanners are classified into two groups’ viz., non-contact scanning and contact scanning. Let’s see what has happened earlier in the 3D Printing world.   Twindom launched an ... Read More »

Students take advantage with 3D Printer Packages Designed for Next Generation Science Standards

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3D printing, as known as Additive Manufacturing, is becoming widespread in engineering and manufacturing for rapid prototyping and production. There is no doubt that students will be taking a vital role for the future of industry. In order to consider this, giving them an opportunity to understand the 3d printing technology is vital. Therefore, Afinia, a supplier of desktop 3D ... Read More »

The First 3D-Printing College Classroom for General Education

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James Madison University (JMU) claimed that they will be building the first 3D-printing general education college classroom. Since the vast majority of other universities already have 3D-printing facilities and labs, the James Madison University (JMU) 3-SPACE will be the first true 3D-printing college classroom in the country, built for general education courses that are open to all students and departments at the ... Read More »