List of desires for food masters

There is nothing more to life than eating. There are countless types of fish, but it is pufferfish that people can’t try in life. Nowadays, some people have researched and developed non-toxic puffer fish. The fear of death can lead to this. Eat and eat, you will pursue highly toxic. That kind of sweetness cannot be described in words. Among shellfish, abalone must eat, and its intestines are the best. Charcoal snails made by Chaozhou people are a must. Slice into thin slices, into the mouth that is. Among the lobsters that have had the privilege of having tasted Hong Kong locals, you will not be eating Australian or Boston lobsters. Among the dishes, bean sprouts are the first. White asparagus in France does not eat unnoticed. CHICORY Chinese cabbage is a bitter, it is also one of the taste of life. Among various pickled daikon radish, BETTARA TSUKE, which is inserted in the distiller’s grains, is sweet and does not disappoint. Only sheep have meat. No one who knows how to eat does not Read More »

3D printing lets the disabled take control

Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. 3D printing lets the disabled take control A young man with cerebral palsy customises his apps with only neck movements, a woman who can move just one finger uses a personalised joystick to control her wheelchair, and a man with a customised bionic eye sees better. For people living with disabilities, the future is about customising their devices, according to Craig Smith, education consultant at Autism Spectrum Australia. Having the software to personalise products thats where its heading, he said. Nineteen-year-old Christopher Hills has cerebral palsy and quadriplegia, and has control only over his neck muscles. Instead of a joystick, his head movements operate a large button (or switch) on his wheelchair. All his keyboard and mouse functions can be accessed through the Read More »

HP Scaling Its 3D Printing Business with Global Reseller Program Service Bureau Installations Reference and Experience Centers Open Materials Ecosyste

AM Strategies Medical & Dental Summit – Register Now! The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production – October 2017 Beginner Design for 3D Printing – June 2017 Advanced Design for 3D Printing – June 2017 Beginner Design for 3D Printing – April 2017 Advanced Design for 3D Printing – April 2017 HP Scaling Its 3D Printing Business with Global Reseller Program, Service Bureau Installations, Reference and Experience Centers, Open Materials Ecosystem Expansion bySarah Anderson GoehrkeMay 8, 20173D Printers3D Printing3D Printing MaterialsBusiness Atlast years RAPID event, excitement surrounded the long-anticipated unveiling ofHP Inc.s first 3D printing system as the companypublicly introducedfor the first time its Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers to the world, after having announced the intent to enter the market backin 2014. Now that its mid-2017 andRAPID + TCTis kicking off in Pittsburgh, HP is off and running again with more announcements at thisindustry-leading3D printing event. In a call ahead of the conference, HP 3D Printing business president Stephen Nigro outlined the companys strategies for this year. Read More »

Scorpio Tankers Inc Announces Third Quarter Earnings Release Date and Conference Call Details for October 27 2014 and Delivery of STI Yorkville

Technology and InnovationProducts & Services Scorpio Tankers Inc. Announces Third Quarter Earnings Release Date and Conference Call Details for October 27, 2014 and Delivery of STI Yorkville MONACO–(Marketwired – Oct 20, 2014) – Scorpio Tankers Inc. (NYSE:STNG) (Scorpio Tankers, or the Company) announced today that the Company plans to announce its third quarter 2014 earnings before the market open on Monday, October 27, 2014 and will host a conference call later in the day at 9:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time and 2:00 PM Central European Time. Additionally, the Company recently took delivery of an MR product tanker,STI Yorkville. The Company recently took delivery of an MR product tanker,STI Yorkville, from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard of South Korea. Upon delivery, this vessel began a time charter for up to 120 days at approximately $18,000 per day. Monday, October 27, 2014 at 9:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time and 2:00 PM Central European Time. Participants should dial into the call 10 minutes before the scheduled time using the following numbers: 1(888)-224-1142 (U.S.) or 1(913)-312-1477 (International). The conference participant passcode Read More »

HP and Deloitte partner to push 3D printing adoption by manufacturers

OUCH! Free Content gets hurt by enabled Ad Blockers Please consider unblocking us orSubscribein support of our great non-gated content. HP and Deloitte partner to push 3D printing adoption by manufacturers HP Inc. and Deloitte are partnering with the goal of accelerating the digital transformation of the global manufacturing industry and they say the first hill to summit in that battle is 3D printing operations in large-scale manufacturing environments. In a phone call with media, executives from the two firms described their alliance as an historic first that would be addressing a $12 trillion manufacturing industry. So far digital transformation has been a term bandied about by vendors targeting businesses that target consumers retailers, financial institutions, and the like but HP and Deloitte are taking that trend further up the supply chain. The first focus will be on HPs Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions and its established channel partner eco-system. Deloitte will add its global reach to clients and the relationships its forged in the manufacturing sector, plus a skill set addressing modernization of supply Read More »

HP Launches 3D Printers in India Prices Start at ₹25 Crore

Two years afterunveiling it own branded 3D Printers, technology giant HP today finally launched its 3D printing solution in India too. The prices are starting from Rs 2.5 crore, to tap into sectors like manufacturing, education and defence. 3D printing refers to creation of a 3-dimensional object in which layers of materials are formed with computers controlling the process. HPs Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution will be available in India primarily through the companys specialised partners. It has signed up Imaginarium and Adroitec as the first resellers of its 3D printers for India. Currently, the printers use plastic as raw material. However, HP has announced its intent to use metal and colours for the 3D printers in future. Industry 4.0 is being impacted by a range of technologies Internet of Things, Cloud etc. The launch of our 3D printers in India comes at a time when the government is pushing manufacturing in India and we see a lot of potential for our printers, HP India Managing Director Sumeer Chandra told PTI. He added that Read More »

LOreal to start 3D-printing skin

These are external links and will open in a new window French cosmetics firm LOreal is teaming up with bio-engineering start-up Organovo to 3D-print human skin. It said the printed skin would be used in product tests. Organovo has already made headlines with claims that it can 3D-print a human liver but this is its first tie-up with the cosmetics industry. Experts said the science might be legitimate but questioned why a beauty firm would want to print skin. LOreal currently grows skin samples from tissues donated by plastic surgery patients. It produces more than 100,000, 0.5 sq cm skin samples per year and grows nine varieties across all ages and ethnicities. Its statement explaining the advantage of printing skin, offered little detail: Our partnership will not only bring about new advanced in vitro methods for evaluating product safety and performance, but the potential for where this new field of technology and research can take us is boundless. It also gave no timeframe for when printed samples would be available, saying it was in early Read More »

The Various Types Of 3D Printing

General Discussions about 3D printing name=forumtop / 3D printing is a pretty fascinating form of manufacturing technology in my opinion; there are many branches of 3D printing such as Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Multi-Jet Modeling (MJM), or Ink Jet 3D printing. Each form of additive manufacturing is significant in its own way through its own niches. Id like to cover some applications of each. Stereolithography (SLA)methods involve ultraviolet beams of light hitting curable resins to result in final parts. These parts play an active role in creating many medical applications. For example, SLA methods are dominant in the 3D printing world for dental applications, hearing aids, and similar implants. SLA 3D printing has been great for creating extremely precise parts. Direct Metal Laser Sintering(DMLS) stands out in the 3D printing world as metal 3D printing for a reason: it is metal 3D printing! Through a layer by layer process of using laser technology to melt powdered metal together, it isnt difficult to manufacture intricate Read More »

Henkel to Collaborate with HP on 3D Printing Materials

The Source for Dry Processing and Bulk Handling Technology Dust Collection & Air Pollution Control HomeNews Henkel to Collaborate with HP on 3D Printing Materials Henkel to Collaborate with HP on 3D Printing Materials Rocky Hill, CT-basedHenkel Adhesive Technologieswill collaborate with HP to develop 3D printing solutions for HPs Multi Jet Fusion system under the HP Open Materials and Applications Platform, Henkel announced Tuesday via press release. With our broad material portfolio and customer base across diverse industries, Henkel is able to champion custom 3D solutions through various functional applications. This, combined with HPs vision for open materials innovation, enables us to develop materials and applications once thought impossible, Michael Todd, corporate vice president and global head of innovation and new business development at Henkel Adhesive Technologies, said in a statement Henkel said its broad portfolio of adhesive technologies, including engineered thermal and light cure acrylic, silicone, epoxy, and polyurethane adhesives, sealants, and coatings used in applications like vehicles, electronic devices, and medical components and its capabilities in polyamide synthesis and formulation position the company Read More »

HP says 3D printing is moving from niche to production

Austrian firms bring their apprenticeship model to China Plastics apprenticeships offer fresh path to Chinas students Chinas plastics firms report strong first half Chinese suppliers, with Beijings blessing, embark on global buying spree Opinion: Plastics companies react to Chinas new normal Opinion: From no college, to college, and to apprenticeship Executive Q&A: Michael Yung, CEO of TK Group Executive Q&A: Covestro Asia Pacifics Holly Lei Executive Q&A: KraussMaffei Group China CEO Christian Blatt HP says 3D printing is moving from niche to production Published: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 10:30 PM Beijing Time Corvallis, Ore. — Computer and printer maker HP Inc. is getting into the additive manufacturing industry and believes the new technology could disrupt traditional plastics processes like injection molding. Additive manufacturing — now more commonly called 3D printing — has existed for decades, but technology advancements mean it now has the potential to disrupt the $12 trillion global manufacturing sector, said Timothy Weber, HP vice president and general manager of 3D materials and advanced applications. HP has the opportunity, strategy and tactics to Read More »

Hewlett Packard (HP) enters 3D Printing Technology Sector in India

India, Business, Technology, Startup, Telecom, Entrepreneur, Innovation, Creativity, Social Media, Web, Internet, Advertising, Media, Information Hewlett Packard (HP) enters 3D Printing Technology Sector in India Enterprise Technology Giant HP Inc. has presented its 3D printing innovation solutions in India, just about one year after its worldwide debut for the same. As indicated by The leading newspapaer, HP has framed organizations with Mumbai-based Imaginarium and Noida-based Adroitec to offer its 3D printing technology solutions in the nation. Sumeer Chandra, managing director, HP Inc. India, told in a press release that advanced change of assembling will be a key empowering agent for the following modern industrial revolution in India. Chandra additionally disclosed that 3D Printing will add to democratizing manufacturing, transforming industries and small Indian ventures, including the $6 trillion Asia-Pacific and Japan manufacturing segment. India is a vital center for this noteworthy move and we are eager to bring the bleeding edge Multi Jet Fusion innovation to Indian clients over an assortment of vertical markets. In May 2016, the organization had revealed its first generation prepared Read More »

3D Printing Could Be Going Mainstream Sooner Than You Think

Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. 3D Printing Could Be Going Mainstream Sooner Than You Think It seems like in this age of exploding smartphones, autonomous vehicles, and killer robots, weve come to ignore one of the hardest-hitting technologies of the 21stcentury 3D printing. Now, Ill be completely honest, Ive also disregarded what I now see to be a revolution to the current manufacturing and design process, and Im out to right my very evident wrongs. Traditionally, weve perceived 3D printing as an almost gimmicky, novel practice that thrives in highly funded and covert research labs. Throw in a tinge of realism and a collective effort by some incredibly innovative enterprises, and we now see affordable, effective 3D printers pervade the workspace of universities, edgy designers, and ambitious engineers. The kicker, however, is that these groups work exclusively in ABS plastics, the cheap, banal, and ubiquitous 3D printing material. Feel free to think of such plastics as the engineering equivalent of black ink in your standard Read More »

3D-Printed Lego Bricks Could Bend Sound into Acoustic Holograms

3D-Printed Lego Bricks Could Bend Sound into Acoustic Holograms The metamaterial device is set up for testing in front of a sound-absorbing wall so that reflecting sound waves do not affect the experiments. 3D-printed bricks that look like Lego pieces could provide a simple, low-cost way of creating acoustic holograms 3D shapes and structures made of sound for applications as varied as entertainment, medicine or wireless charging, according to a recent study. Anyone whos watched Star Wars will be familiar with theconcept of an optical hologram a 3D image that floats in midair though real-life technology is significantly less advanced than what was portrayed on-screen. Holograms are effectively a recording of a 3D light field that can project a reproduction of the original object when lit properly. (The term hologram can refer to both the recording medium and the resulting projection.) The hologram concept can be applied to sound waves tocreate acoustic holograms, though this field of research is still very new, according to the scientists who developed this new method. [10 Futuristic Technologies Star Read More »

This House Was 3D Printed in Less Than 24 Hours

This House Was 3D Printed in Less Than 24 Hours The first demonstration of the 3D printing technology is a cozy, 400-square-foot (37 square meters) home with an unusual, curved shape. A new house has been erected in a town outside Moscow, but this home was not built in the traditional sense it was constructed with 3D printing. The first 3D-printed residential home, engineered by the tech startup Apis Cor, took less than a day to construct and cost under $11,000 to complete. Amobile 3D printercreated the buildings concrete walls and partitions as a fully connected structure, rather than printing the building in panels at an off-site facility as is usually done, the company said. The portable machine was then removed from the building, and a group of contractors completed the home adding the roof and windows, and finishing the interior. By shifting the construction of the buildings shell to3D printing, Apis Cor aims to prove that this type of construction can be fast, eco-friendly, efficient and reliable. [The 10 Weirdest Things Created by 3D Read More »

3D Printing Short Interest Slides as Share Prices Post Double-Digit Gains

24/7 Wall St. – Insightful Analysis and Commentary for U.S. and Global Equity Investors 3D Printing Short Interest Slides as Share Prices Post Double-Digit Gains ByPaul AusickJanuary 25, 2018 7:30 am EST Short interest decreased during the two-week period ending January 12 on three of four 3D printing stocks we follow. Short interest in 3D Systems Corp. (NYSE: DDD) fell by 1.9% to 35.03 million shares. Some 32.1% of the companys float was short. Days to cover rose from 12 to 15. In the two-week short interest period, the share price rose by 27.3%. The stocks 52-week trading range is $7.92 to $23.70, and shares closed at $10.68 on Wednesday, up about 0.7% on the day. Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS) saw short interest drop by 13.3% in the first two weeks of January to about 8.51 million shares, or 17% of the companys float. Days to cover remained unchanged at 15. The share price rose by 16.1% in the two-week period, and the stock closed at $22.47 on Wednesday, down about 0.9% on the day, Read More »

Learn How 3D Printing Works Why Its All the Rage and How to Do It

Learn How 3D Printing Works, Why Its All the Rage, and How to Do It 3D printing also called additive manufacturing involves taking a digital file and producing a solid, three-dimensional object from it. The most common form of 3D printing which comes from a personal printer calls for the production of plastic objects. However, plastic is far from the only material 3D printers can utilize. With industrial or commercial grade printers, objects can also be created out of metal, ceramics, concrete and much more. The final object is created through an additive process, which is the makeup of hundreds sometimes even thousands of individual layers created one on top of the other. The printer works from the bottom up and prints each layer individually using the chosen material. For this reason, sometimes after the object has been printed in full, the edges need to be trimmed, sanded and modified to provide a clean, smooth exterior. Its also common to see materials printed in a solid color, so the object may need to be painted Read More »

3D printing works of art for blind people to enjoy

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3D Printing Course

SPDM Level 2 Technical Award GCSE Equivalent Smart Product Design and Manufacture Teacher Training 3D Printing Course How It Works With so many people talking about 3D printing in schools it can be challenging to separate the facts from the myths and create an experience that is exciting, engaging and fully rounded to equip your learners with the skills needed for modern careers in STEM. Thats why we have been working with schools to identify whats really important when it comes to 3D printing in education and build the key learnings into our 3D printing curriculum. We have created a series of 3D Design and Printing courses that give students and schools great benefits. Our 3D printing courses are designed to Build greater engagement with Design and Technology subjects encouraging more learners to opt to study Design and Technology Build greater practical understanding of what modern Design and Technology is about Prepare learners for new requirements of Design and Technology GCSE and Technical Award curriculums and qualifications for better results Show parents and stakeholders that Read More »

3D Printing FAQ – What is 3D Printing? How does 3D Printing work?

How to 3D Bioprint Dental Body Parts What are standard file formats for 3D Printing? What materials are used for 3D Printing? What is the best way to learn 3D Printing? Why is 3D Printing disruptive technology? 3D Printing FAQ – What is 3D Printing? How does 3D Printing work? What is the relationship between 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing? What are the industry standard file formats for 3D Printing? What is the best way to learn about 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing? Why is 3D Printing disruptive technology, and what industries will it impact the most? How mature is 3D Printing technology? How can readers submit new questions for this FAQ? What are the major types of 3D Printers? What is an extruder on a 3D Printer? What is the advantage of having two (or more) extruders on a 3D Printer? What 3D design software do I need for 3D Printing? What is CAD software, and do I need it to perform 3D Printing? Where can I find a 3D software design file to Read More »

How Wax 3D Printing Works Kraftwurx

3D printing encompasses a wide range of manufacturing techniques and technologies. There are more than 25 types of 3D printing technologies in use today. Kraftwurx offers wax 3D printing or wax growing (as it is called in the industry) to create wax patterns for the lost wax investment casting process. Invented in Egypt, lost wax is the same technique used for the past 2000 years to create jewelry. The difference is that today, 3D cad models are used to directly print the model for casting. A wax 3D printer is commonly used for creating jewelry, artwork and other metal items. Its also great for the rapid prototyping of products, as well as short-run manufacturing. Wax printers grow the wax or wax-like model from the ground up layer-by-layer to create the part. The was model is encased in investment and heated in a furnace. In the furnace, the wax model is vaporized (lost), leaving a hollow cavity. The molten metal is poured into the hollow space left behind. Once cooled, the investment is removed, leaving the Read More »