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How a 3D printed innovation wins awards for a start-up

Felix Kochbeck is a passionate snowboarder. But whenever he filmed his most thrilling moments with a small action camera, the results fell short of his expectations. There was too much camera movement, which gave the films an amateurish look. He then decided to go the do-it-yourself-route and develop a self-stabilizing handheld camera mount using 3D printing technology.

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Printed walls with eyes and ears

A smart home where all appliances are connected and seamlessly work together has long been a vision touted by the software and hardware industries. But in reality, few homes are smart enough to even react to simple commands. A research team from Singapore is working on improving the situation. They developed printed wallpaper with sensors and microphones that can interact with people and support them when needed.

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Future Links November 26th 2014

Today our news roundup from the printing industry covers the first 3D printed part in space, FESPA’s Print Inspiration Rally, a new online platform for textile printing, system-agnostic managed print services, the rising demand for UV/EB technologies, an innovation software that helps packaging manufacturer to shorten its time to market.

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Mimaki and the Future of Digital Textile Printing

Shorter runs, faster cycle times, more customized textile-based products for home and fast fashion – the textile market poses enormous requirements to its players, demanding big-scale printing solutions. With its newly launched Tiger-1800B direct-to-textile printer, printer-and-ink-company Mimaki reacts to these and foresees a bright future for digital textile printing.

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