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Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering has installed Optomec’s Aerosol Jet Technology in a bid to advance the 3D micro-additive manufacturing methods for a range of electronic applications. more

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A student from Nottingham Trent University has leveraged 3D technology to design a wearable device that can help the visually impaired identify colours. more

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Researchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have become the first to 3D print aerospace-grade carbon fibre composites. This latest development enables greater control and optimisation of lightweight, stronger-than-steel, materials. more

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Materialise has launched a new premium finish designed to offer the ideal aesthetic and feel to 3D printed wearables. more

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Second annual Solid Conference to feature micro-factory that will produce 500 unique computationally-generated wristband enclosures with Formlabs 3D printers. more

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Ongoing collaboration between designer Neri Oxman and Stratasys unveils world’s first wearable combining multi-material additive manufacturing and synthetic biology. more

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EasyStand ski boot demonstrates the possibilities 3D printing holds for the sporting industry at ISPO Munich. more

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The term "game-changer" is bandied around a lot in this industry but never was it more applicable than to Reebok's Checklight wearable warning system for concussion, which was an award winner at last year's CES. more

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TCT Show + Personalize is proud to welcome 3D printing users Reebok and Under Armour to the stage to talk wearable technology. more

TCT Magazine spoke to Luke Guttery of zero360 last month to find out more about how he is using cutting edge multi-colour, multi-material 3D printing to produce wearable prototypes. more

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