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D3D (doingit3D)DoingIt3D is a platform where professionals and users in the world of 3D technology can meet to interchange resources and 3D projects completely free of charge. Professionals of 3D printing , 3D design and 3D scanning and users needing to make their 3D projects of all parts of the world, join our online community daily. D3D is a non-profit social network. Its sole purpose is to support and encourage the growth of the 3D sector worldwide, which has just begun to grow and develop. In addition, in order to help all users to access clients and professionals internationally, the website has been launched in 4 languages. Thus, you can browse Doingit3D in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese, collaborating with people from all over the world and from different areas of work, improving the experience for all users.

 

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Latest Blog Entries
3D printer's Hacker

Researchers at Rutgers-New Brunswick University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed novel methods to prevent and avoid "hacking" of 3D printers.

Replica of bones by 3D printing

The Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology department of the Hospital Universitario de Cáceres (Spain) uses 3D printing to replicate the bones of patients with fractures, a technique that has been applied for a month at San Pedro de Alcántara Hospital and seven patients have benefited already.

A frog at risk of extinction is printed in 3D to study its behavior

The Manufacturing Laboratory Kä Träre, of the National University of Distance Education (UNED) in Costa Rica and the NGO Water and Land Conservation Project (Procat) have printed an amphibian in serious danger of extinction on 3D, the harlequin frog (Atelopus varius), to try to understand their behavior and thus seek their preservation.

Chris Froome won his fourth Tour with the help of 3D printing

Kenyan-born British rider, Chris Froome, has been aided by 3D printing to win his fourth Tour de France, as his bicycle handlebar was made up of ultralight pieces of titanium made by additive manufacture by the Italian firm Pinarello.

Challenges of 3D printing in education

Education is one of the areas where 3D printing can offer greater benefits such as encouraging student creativity, generating more participation, capturing interest, facilitating the teacher's task and promoting collaboration between different subjects and departments.

3D Impression for Fractures and Muscle Injuries

Unión de Mutuas, mutual partner with Social Security No.267, has begun to use 3D printing to create splints that immobilize and rehabilitate broken bones and muscle injuries. In this way, with the incorporation of 3D technology, the Unión de Mutuas advances in the treatment of injuries, increases the success in recovery and the quality of life and patient safety, as reported by the entity in a statement.

Challenges of 3D printing in education

Education is one of the areas where 3D printing can offer greater benefits such as encouraging student creativity, generating more participation, capturing interest, facilitating the teacher's task and promoting collaboration between different subjects and departments.

Mice printed in 3D

After removing the ovaries from the females and replacing them with a bio-prosthetic ovary, they were able not only to ovulate, but also to give birth to healthy mice and to nurse them, according to a study by a team of researchers at McCormick and Northwestern Universities, and published in the journal Nature Communications.

64 grams and made by an 18 year old student with a 3D printer: this will be NASA's lightest satellite

The boy is called Rifath Shaarook, is 18 years old and if everything goes according to plan, in June he will become the designer of the lightest satellite ever placed in (sub) orbit: a carbon fiber device made with a 3D printer that NASA plans to launch up there.

UP Mini2

EntresD, a distributor of 3D desktop printers, presents the EntresD UP Mini2 at the SIMO Education 2016 Congress, the new version of its 3D printer, this new version is even simpler and easier to use. Like the previous version, the UP Mini it’s designed for schools, educational institutions and universities that want to bet on this revolutionary tool. In the same way as the previous model, the EntresD UP Mini2 has been recognized by the jury of SIMO Education 2016 as Best Printing System for the Classroom

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