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Future Links October 14th

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature MOO’s NFC enabled business cards, print advertising for ecommerce, a new mobile industrial 3D printer that can print houses, three ways to avoid customer crises, Canon’s entry into the 3D printing market, a forecast for the global green packaging market and Loyds Banking’s printing contract.

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Future Links February 5th 2015

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature 3D printed blood vessels, a new installation of AVT’s print inspection system, the 2015 Wide Format Top Product Awards, Müller Martini’s entry into a new market segment, Sappi’s extended paper testing capabilities, a mixed result for APP in its latest evaluation and a less than stellar commitment to recyclability in food packaging.

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Consultant aims to dispel false 3D expectations

Martin Geiger believes the current hype around 3D printing is a mixed blessing. While the founder of Coachulting, a German consulting firm that has helped companies for more than 13 years adopt additive manufacturing technologies, appreciates the growing interest, he is wary of predictions that are overly optimistic or simply unrealistic.

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3D-Printing in the Fight against the Coronavirus

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The Coronavirus keeps the whole world in stasis, and almost everybody is looking for solutions to the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical aids in hospitals, which are becoming increasingly scarce. We looked at why the printing industry could become one of the countless hidden heroes of the crisis, thanks to the possibilities 3D printing offers.

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3D Printing Face Shields For Corona Crisis

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COVID-19 is bringing countries all around the world to a hold. It’s not just the virus itself that has healthcare professionals worried but rather the lack of medical instruments. A local Park Lake business has experimented to approach the healthcare crisis with the help of 3D printing.

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