There's not enough sign language translators, so these students 3D printed a humanoid robot.A team of engineering students from the University of Antwerp are building a humanoid robot that will have the ability to translate speech into sign language. Sponsored by the European Institute for Otorhinolaryngology, the robot titled Project Aslan aims to support the short supply of sign language interpreters across the world.
3D Hubs announces Student Grant Winners for 20173D Hubs is today announcing the three awardees of the inaugural 3D Hubs Student Grant. The grant had over 449 applicants, from 300 universities showcasing an array of innovative and unique uses of 3D printing in the fields of engineering, product design and architecture.
3D Hubs becomes first online platform to bring HP’s new 3D Printing technology to market3D Hubs is the first online platform to bring HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion Technology to market. Using a network of HP Multi-Jet Fusion Hubs based in Europe and North America, the new technology becomes locally accessible to designers and engineers.
How a student combined three cameras he couldn't afford into a functioning 3D print3D Hubs recently received an application for their Student Grant from Paul Kohlhaussen a student at Richmond, thanks to 3D printing, Paul was able to combine expensive and discontinued cameras into one new device: The PK-6142016, also known as the Cycloptic Mustard Monster.
How 3D printing is creating newborn models with functioning organs to help doctors save lives3D Hubs is helping to 3D print neonatal manikins for the first time with embedded sensors and functional organs to decrease infant mortality and provide a new standard of medical training for doctors and nurses.
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3D Hubs is the fastest 3D print solution for product designers and engineers that do prototyping and short production runs. With service providers connected in over 160 countries, 3D Hubs is the world’s largest network of 3D printing services. 3D Hubs was founded in April 2013 in Amsterdam.