It is once again Sunday, which means it is time for the week’s top 5 3D printing videos! As part of the Inside 3D series, 3Dnatives visited Stratasys’ headquarters in Israel. The 3D-printed steak is the latest menu item at a Barcelona steakhouse. A face mask made with additive manufacturing helps burn victims recover. Then, the Matsuura Open House, an event that showcases the latest innovations in the 3D printing industry, was recently held at their additive manufacturing facility in Coalville, followed by WAAM3D Ltd, presenting the company’s latest large format metal 3D printer, the RoboWAAM. As always, Happy Sunday and happy watching!
Top 1: Inside 3D Tour – Visiting Stratasys Headquarters in Israel
Want to know what it’s like to see behind the scenes action at one of the largest additive manufacturing companies in the world?Last week 3Dnatives CBO Filippos Voulpiotis traveled to Israel to visit the headquarters of the multinational Stratasys as well as its machine production site. Yoav Ziif, CEO at Stratasys in Rehovot Israel, welcomes viewers and gives a tour through the company’s offices and corridors. Also featured is a conversation with Ron Scherf, the VP of Healthcare and Consumer R&D, about the newest innovations at one of their PolyJet technology labs and Koren Matalon, the VP of Global Operations, in their production site located in Kiryat Gat. Check out the full video below In this “Inside 3D Tour” series, where we get a sneak peak into the backstage of main companies in the additive manufacturing sector.
Top 2: Steakhouse serves 3D-printed meat
A new vegan meat dish is now available in Spain for those who love to eat meat but are also concerned with the environment. Giuseppe Scionti, a bioengineer and Josep Sanitjas, a carnivore, have created a 3D printed steak that is said to be as tasty as the real deal. El Santuari is a highly-rated steakhouse in Barcelona that’s known for serving exotic meats like wagyu and zebra. Scionti’s and Sanitjas’ creation promises to revolutionize the meat industry.
Top 3: Treating Children’s Severe Burns with 3D Printed Face Masks
Few things in life are more painful than a child who has suffered a severe trauma. Romans Ferrari has proven to be one of best places to heal in these cases. This pediatric rehabilitation centre, located in France near Lyon, is specialized in treating children and teenagers who have suffered trauma, brain damage or tumors, as well as severe burns. Romans Ferrari’s extensive experience includes treating severe facial injuries with compressive masks. These masks reduce the risks of scarring and complications. The traditional way of making these masks was uncomfortable and could cause post-traumatic disorder in children. In this video, we will explore Romans Ferrari’s new digital workflow, which uses 3D scanning and printing to create compressive masks that can be used for facial burns. This innovation was made possible by a team of doctors and engineers.
The Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing: Top 4 Tips
Matsuura Open House was held recently at the additive manufacturing facility of Coalville. The event showcased the latest innovations within the 3D printing sector. Chloe was the reporter who visited the event. She interacted with the hosts, partners and explored the different exhibits. The HP 3D Printer, one of the most desired solutions in the market, was also examined up close. HP 3D printers are changing industries with their ability to produce large-scale parts. This video offers valuable insight into the latest advances in the industry, for both 3D printing experts and beginners. You can watch the video in full below.
Top 5: WAAM3D’s Newest Large Format Metal 3D Printer
Dr. Filomeno Martina, the CEO and co-founder of WAAM3D Ltd, presents the company’s latest large format metal 3D printer, RoboWAAM. WAAM3D was founded by a Cranfield University team of researchers. It has developed a large format 3D printing system for metal that is capable of creating multi-metre parts. This can be used in aerospace, defence and oil and gas sectors. The company has already established itself as a leader in large-scale metal additive manufacturing due to its extensive research on Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM®) since 2006. RoboWAAM’s introduction significantly increases the potential of large-format 3D metal additive print. The hardware was awarded the TCT Award for 2022 in Non-Polymer. You can learn more by clicking on the link below.
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