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Startup Digest

3D Printing

March 24, 2017

Hey you --

I hope you weren't too disappointed by me NOT including any content last week. 

I don't believe in sticking to a regular schedule, if the content I am going to send is garbage.

So, my question to you is: In the event that I don't have anything worthwhile to share with you, would you rather receive OLD RESOURCES or RECEIVING NOTHING (which is what I have been doing -- although, I try to send some brain food or a quote that's more "life-related")

Please let me know by hitting reply :)

I'd love to know!

It's nothing serious. I've only sent "nothing" twice within a year, maybe?

Anyway, enjoy today's digest!

Until next time my friend,

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[ARTICLE] - 3D Printing Back Braces

Kirstie Brewer -

Interesting story. Warning: Sadness head. 

[ARTICLE] - Makerbot's New MinFill Annoucement

Brian Heater -

I thought Makerbot was dead, but apparently not. This is definitely quite cool though. The idea is to calculate the minimum required support structure/infill to shave off your print time considerably. 

[ARTICLE] - College Students (Partially) 3D Print a Satellite

Sam Davies -

Some great news from my local neighborhood. These guys have been doing some really impressive stuff in the past year. 

[ARTICLE] - 3D Printing a Heart Valve Replacement

Laura Hockaday -

Good case study of 3D Printing in the healthcare industry. 

[ARTICLE] - The Future of 3D Printing in Healthcare

Amy Davey -

Good overview of how 3D Printing applies in healthcare.

[INDUSTRY] - Chinese 3D Printing Company Makes Deal with Saudi Arabia

Trade Arabia -

The company mentioned (WinSun) was the company behind the Dubai Construction I shared months ago. WinSun is behind those big concrete 3D Printers.

[INDUSTRY] - Rocket Lab Raises $75M in Series D

Rocket Lab USA -

This is a aerospace company based out of Los Angeles and New Zealand. Including it in the digest as they utilize 3D Printing techniques in their prototyping/production process. 

[PRODUCT] - 3D Printed Shoe by Under Armour

Under Armour -

It's fun to see a commercial product coming out next week that has utilized (powdered?) 3D Printing.

[COMPANY] - Voodoo Manufacturing's Automated Robot

General Fabb -

This particular post is quite good. Although, Voodoo manufacturing's flashy video MAY be questionable and full of marketing special effects. For one, they claim to be the "FIRST" to do this type of thing, From what I understand, Stratasys already did something like this LAST year. Anyway, I am including this as I have covered Voodoo several times in the digest. 

[DESIGN] - Print of the Week

rczqpu2 -

This is a fun DIY project that I came across. The owner 3D Printed a reproduction of his 1955 Mercedes Gullwing 300 SL. What's cool is that the reproduction has MORE detail than the original.

[ARTICLE] - Color Changing Beetle Inspired Robot Skin

Brian Heater -


[ARTICLE] - The Impossibility of 3D Printing Patents

General Fabb -

What a mess.

[ARTICLE] - 3D Systems is Offering Scalable 3D-Printing System For Manufacturers

Alex Knapp -

This is heavily manufacturer & dentistry related, but still interesting. Try this version if you are too much of a rebel to turn off your AdBlocker for Forbes. 

[PRODUCT] - E3D's Titan Aero Hotend

e3d -

Looks like E3D just (quietly) released a hotend/heat sink combo. These guys do some quality engineering.

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