We live with increasing awareness of how our environment directly impacts our health and well-being; from the air we breathe, the foods we eat and the materials we come in contact with. There is a realization that we all need to be vigilant of harmful contaminates in our daily lives.
As 3D printing technologies continue to mature, we see the industry making significant headway in bridging the gap between prototyping and mass manufacturing. The driving force behind this progress can be accredited to strategic partnerships drawn between industrial giants and 3D printing manufacturers.
Over the past decade, on runways all around the world, a growing number of fashion designers have begun incorporating 3D printing into their design process. Ranging from aspiring students to haute couturiers, the designers featured here all have one thing in common—a willingness to embrace new technology.
To help honor the important work and career of Dr. Robert Fischell, who was a generous donor to the University of Maryland, BluEdge collaborated with Ballinger Architects, Clark Construction, and the University of Maryland to fabricate a sculpture of a BX Velocity Heart Stent. The project was for Clark Hall, recently opened at U. of M. campus.
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