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Titanium bikes are the dream of many bicycle enthusiasts. Elegant and seemingly indestructible with an ideal weight-to-strength ratio, titan frames are considered the Ferrari of bikes – and used to be just as expensive. This is about to change thanks to the unique possibilities of 3D printing.

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How do you get young people to rediscover the value of newspapers? Japanese newspaper Mainichi combined print and packaging to create a completely new medium.

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Can you print polymers? This question by Professor Alma Hodzic at Sheffield University has led to three years of very fascinating research. So far, it resulted in a process to produce self-healing carbon-fiber composites.

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German automobile manufacturer Opel has started using printers for manufacturing hardware. In Rüsselsheim, the team of virtual simulation engineer Sascha Holl has managed to reduce the production cost of tools by up to 90 % thanks to 3D printing.

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Is sustainable media production an inflationary trend? In a guest article, Rüdiger Maaß, the managing director of the Association of Media Production Executives, shares his view on the challenges and the future of ecology in the print sector.

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After the playable music poster with interactive touch points, Startup Novalia is now combining conductive ink technology and bluetooth to develop a boom box, a portable music player with loudspeakers, made from paper.

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Can the launch of MakerBot Europe in the beginning of August be seen as a clear indication that Europe has significant growth potential in the 3D printing market? We spoke to the company.

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Imagine a future in which you can carry your power supply with you: On your laptop, your cell phone and even on your clothes. This is what scientists around the world are trying to achieve in their efforts to create organic printable solar cells.

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In countries that have based their wealth on production, every innovation that potentially lowers production costs attract very strong attention. Technically speaking, the possibilities open to 3D printing are seemingly infinite. Now, the new question on the table is to ascertain whether it can have a comparable impact and face the industrial challenges.

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drupa has renewed its long-term cooperation with the Media Mundo congress. This year, the congress will focus on the motto „rethink sustainability – economic motivation for sustainable media production“.

Future Links CW 12 – Green Printing Edition

This edition of our future links is all about green printing. Be it the launch of a new sustainability standard for textile printing, a new product range with health and environmental advantages or printing with cellulose, the five pillars of sustainable printing production or tips for ecologically printing in business: This week revolves around sustainable and eco-friendly solutions from the printing industry.