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Megatrends for this decade – XVII

c) On-demand production The efficiency of the distribution chains coupled with the flexibility of production lines have made possible an amazing change in the production processes and in the relation with the market (and with the end customer). Just two decades ago when buying a car you would have been …

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Printing connections to the brain

The dream to connect a brain with a computer has roots in the past, first part of science fiction and more recently morphing into real science and technology. There are many aspects involved in this connection from sensing to understanding (brain to computer) and from coding to reaching the right …

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Printing KFC nuggets?

KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken for the few of you that may not recognise the brand, has announced a partnership with 3D Bioprinting Solutions, a Russian company, to create their chicken nuggets using an industrial 3D bioprinter able to produce mass quantity of chicken meat… without using a single chicken! The …

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Remote design, local fabrication

Yesterday, December 21st, 2019, opened the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. It will remain open till March 2020. An area of the expo is Eyes of the City, curated by Carlo Ratti. It showcases a variety of technology applications to highlight the growing impact of Artificial …

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Digital transformation in Manufacturing VI

Additive Manufacturing – Market Having considered the various technologies in the additive manufacturing -AM- landscape let’s take a quick look at how the market is expected to evolve in this area. I chose the market evolution forecast for AM in the automotive sector because I find this sector particularly interesting …

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Digital transformation in Manufacturing IV

5. Material extrusion Material extrusion is probably the most known 3D printing technology by the mass market because it is the one used by small 3D printers that have reached an affordable price point for residential users. What we do not have is, generally, a captivating use case for keeping …

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