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3D Printing

3 Posts authored by: kpapaioannou element14 Team
Dear community members!   We admit, the POTTA artisanal 3D printer product launch we announced earlier today was an April fool’s joke. We hope you found it as funny as we did!   Yes, the POTTA is not an actual product – although, who wouldn’t appreciate a 3D printer that would knock on your door ready to get down to work, has a friendly chat mode and prints overhangs without support??     We fooled you, but don’t forget there is a prize draw for a ...
Farnell/Newark is now shipping the POTTA artisanal 3D printer, incorporating Actual Intelligence (AI) technology to provide users with enhanced functionality, better results and increased flexibility. Ease of use and on-board AI-driven support make this product suitable for new and experienced users at home or in professional applications.     The POTTA artisanal 3D printer utilises the latest in AI to deliver enhanced capabilities versus other 3D printers currently available in the ...
Hi everyone,   I recently read the following news and thought it was really exciting! It appears researchers from Newcastle University have 3D Printed human cornea for the first time. This could help people with corneal blindness all over the world.   Cornea is the outer layer of the human eye which protects the eye from infection. Researchers mixed stem cells from healthy donor cornea with alginate and collagen in order to create a printable bio-ink. Then they used a 3d printer to r ...

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