Top 5 Videos: How 3D Printing is Helping the Ukrainian Army

It’s Sunday again and you know what that means! Our team has picked the top 5 3D printing videos of the week, giving you a quick look at what’s new and exciting in the world of 3D printing. Today’s list begins with an important hot topic: how 3D printing is helping the Ukrainian military in the current war in Ukraine. Then follow up with an interesting look at an art collection featuring 3D printed objects, before the listing takes you from a 3D printed house for rent to AM in race cars. Finally, we conclude our top 5 with an overview of the use of 3D printing in the dental industry. Don’t forget to tell us which video you liked the most and have a nice Sunday!

Top 1: How 3D printing helps the Ukrainian army in wartime

ICE, a technology company based in the Czech Republic, recently announced that it will help the Ukrainian army by supplying concrete 3D printers. The purpose of these machines is to print concrete barriers to protect the Ukrainian people from attacks by Russian attackers. The 3D-printed barriers are capable of serving as strong protection against small-arms firearms and grenades, as shown by conduction tests in ballistic labs. After the war, 3D printers will help rebuild destroyed buildings and infrastructure in cities that were exposed to war.

Top 2: CRAFT 3.0, the futuristic exhibition of 3D printed art

For the Luxembourg art exhibition CRAFT 3.0, various craftsmen, creators, designers and digital specialists have come together to explore how ancient traditional art can be complemented by the use of modern and digital techniques. Under the name of “De Mains De Maîtres”, the idea of ​​this coalition of different specialists from Luxembourg and other European countries is to examine more closely the interest there may be in the future in bringing together and to combine old and new skills. . The results of this gathering are presented at the CRAFT 3.0 show!

Top 3: The Fibonacci house printed in 3D

Have you ever imagined sleeping in a house made by 3D printing? Take a closer look at this review and find out what the interior of an additively manufactured home looks like. The Fibonacci House, named after the famous mathematical sequence, is a project by Twente Additive Manufacturing, a company based in the Netherlands. The concrete printed house is located in southeastern British Columbia, Canada and is available for rent on AirBnB.

Top 4: UG racing AM Design

Over the years, additive manufacturing has been used in many sectors of the automotive industry. In the video below you can get a quick overview and design process of the intake system on a racing car. On top of that, intake designer Barnaby Bevan explains the impact the design has on the cars racing performance. Learn more in the UGRacing video below!

Top 5: AM Technical Dental Workflow

In this last short video, you will learn about the use of additive manufacturing of dentures. Microdental Laboratories introduces you to the new Lucitone digital impression for carbon printers and gives you an idea of ​​how AM is becoming more and more advanced in the medical field. Find out how the AM technical workflow works in dentistry.

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