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3D Printing Projects for Engineers

Posted by John Marello on

3D Printing Projects for Engineers

3D Printing Projects for Engineers: 10+ Projects to Challenge Your Skills Test your technical skills and ingenuity with these great 3D printing projects from ALL3DP. 3D printed projects that require a little more thought, effort, or technical skill than a typical stand-alone “slice-and-print” model. We hope this list will inspire not just engineers but any maker keen to expand their skills and be challenged. Whether your interest is electrical, mechanical, civil, chemical, systems, bio-medical, software, or aeronautical, there is a project for you. View the Projects on ALL3DP at https://bit.ly/3dRTM0Y For all of your 3D Printing needs, visit the experts at Profound3D.com...

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COVID-19 - What can I do?

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

COVID-19 - What can I do?

COVID-19 - What can I do? COVID-19 - What can I do? You can print some visors/shields. Give them to people you feel are in need of them. These are not intended to prevent infection - only cut down on the spread. Some are printing this version. Get the files here. CNN covers why this is helpful here.

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COVID-19 - What can I do?

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

COVID-19 - What can I do?

COVID-19 - What can I do? You can print some visors/shields. Give them to people you feel are in need of them. These are not intended to prevent infection - only cut down on the spread. Some are printing this version. Get the files here.

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COVID-19 - What can I do?

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

COVID-19 - What can I do?

COVID-19 - What can I do? Another in a series of informational posts. "Listen, kid, we're all in it together." Harry Tuttle-Heating Engineer [Robert De Niro in Terry Gilliam's "Brazil"] <<< DISCLAIMER >>> None of the models have been approved by any regulatory agency. Use it at your own risk. If you are going to provide any printed models to any 3rd party, please always check with such party and the local government agency for approval.<<< DISCLAIMER >>> The Raise3D team received an urgent request from nearby hospitals for Mask Wearing Connectors. These are printed from flexible TPU and designed...

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Followup story...

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

Followup story...

In a followup to this story... Coronavirus: 3D printers save hospital with valves Comes this update: A medical device manufacturer has threatened to sue "Update, March 18th 3:30PM ET: A group of Italian volunteers distributed 3D-printed versions of a vital medical device — but it’s unclear if the original manufacturer threatened a legal crackdown. As we reported earlier, Cristian Fracassi and Alessandro Romaioli used their 3D printer to create unofficial copies of a patented valve, which was in short supply at Italian hospitals. Business Insider Italia quoted Massimo Temporelli, the Italian professor who recruited the pair, saying that the device...

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