This week’s news we didn’t cover includes new 3D printing services, such as Materialise’s upcoming massive 3D model database, Scanning Cars’ online selection of printable auto models, and Israel-based 3DShook’s new unlimited printing subscription. Reify’s stereolithographic 3D printer, Solus DLP, is improved and can be pre-ordered, and a team from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has won an innovative design competition for lightweight cars. In medical news out of the Netherlands, one Dutch team has invented a moisture-holding hydrogel that is compatible with large-scale regenerative bone cartilage repair, and another Dutch team has printed the first human clavicle for use in a surgery preparation. Last but not least, a new San Francisco-based company claims it can bioprint rhino horns to replace poaching and save the species. Here’s hoping!
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