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Meet Cocoa Press, the Philly startup making a 3D printer for chocolate

Meet Cocoa Press, the Philly startup making a 3D printer for chocolate Evan Weinstein, the founder of the Philadelphia-based startup, Cocoa Press, which makes a 3D printer for chocolate, doesn’t have much of a sweet tooth. But the young founder was fascinated by 3D printing technologies and was looking for a way to move the […]

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As pandemic drags on, interest in automation surges

As pandemic drags on, interest in automation surges Today, the U.S. exceeded three million COVID-19 cases and 132,000 deaths. In several states, new hotspots have rolled back plans to reopen businesses. The novel coronavirus has — and will continue — to profoundly impact the way we live and work. For the moment, that includes a […]

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Rocket startup Skyrora achieves a successful sub-orbital launch from Scottish island

Rocket startup Skyrora achieves a successful sub-orbital launch from Scottish island This past weekend was a busy one for rocket launches, including for new launch companies hoping to join the ranks of SpaceX and Rocket Lab as private, operational space launch providers. Edinburgh-based Skyrora achieved a significant milestone for its program, successfully launching its Skylark […]

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Formlabs gets FDA emergency use authorization for a 3D-printed ventilator conversion part

Formlabs gets FDA emergency use authorization for a 3D-printed ventilator conversion part The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has awarded Formlabs an emergency use authorization (EUA) for a 3D-printed part designed to convert BiPAP machines designed for sleep apnea into much-needed ventilators. The offering was one of dozens of ventilators and accessories granted such authorization over […]

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3D-printed ‘bionic corals’ mimic a reef’s powers of photosynthesis

3D-printed ‘bionic corals’ mimic a reef’s powers of photosynthesis The mass die-off of coral reefs is a catastrophe of global proportions, but the sheer scale of their success as organisms has lessons for science. Case in point: these 3D-printed “bionic corals” from Cambridge researchers that are more than scaffolds for fragile microorganisms — they’re built […]

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Apple has sourced over 20 million protective masks, now building and shipping face shields

Apple has sourced over 20 million protective masks, now building and shipping face shields As it mobilizes its supply chain, employees, and partners to provide personal protective equipment to medical workers and others working to stop the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic, Apple has sourced over 20 million face masks and is now building and […]

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Germany’s space agency shifts its 3D printing resources to producing protective medical equipment

Germany’s space agency shifts its 3D printing resources to producing protective medical equipment DLR, German’s space agency and NASA equivalent, is doing what it can to support the global shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) used by frontline healthcare workers in their efforts to treat those affected by COVID-19. DLR announced that it has successfully […]

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NYU makes face shield design for healthcare workers that can be built in under a minute available to all

NYU makes face shield design for healthcare workers that can be built in under a minute available to all New York University is among the many academic, private and public institutions doing what it can to address the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers across the world. The school worked quickly to […]

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3D-printing company Formlabs expects its swabs to receive FDA exemption

3D-printing company Formlabs expects its swabs to receive FDA exemption Formlabs, the privately held, Massachusetts-based 3D-printing company, will soon receive an exemption from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its swab designed for use in COVID-19 test kits, TechCrunch has learned. Global supply chains for test kit components including swabs and chemical reagents have […]

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Launch startup Skyrora successfully tests 3D-printed rocket engines powered by plastic waste

Launch startup Skyrora successfully tests 3D-printed rocket engines powered by plastic waste Rocket launch startup Skyrora, an Edinburg-based company that’s developing a new launch vehicle for small satellites, has successfully tested its new rocket engines in their first stationary ground-firings, a huge step on the way towards developing their launch vehicle. Skyrora’s rocket engines are […]

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