The British biotech company FabRx developed a technology allowing to 3D-print personalized pills for children with a metabolic disorder.
The Museum of the Printing Arts in Leipzig showcases live presentations of many different printing machines that were used in the printing workflow decades ago. In this article we feature Roland Müller who used to work as typesetter and now works the Linotype in the museum.
Thanks to the AMP Cortex the recycling sector is about to see a transformation thanks to robotic technologies and artificial intelligence making the sorting at recycling facilities faster, more accurate and thus much more efficient.
Die Laufzeit der drupa ist definitiv nicht die einzige Zeit im Jahr, zu der es bei der Messe Düsseldorf Menschen gibt, die sich mit dem Drucken beschäftigen. Wusstet ihr, dass es ein eigenes Printcenter vor Ort gibt? Faszinierende Einblicke in das Tagesgeschäft des Druckerei-Teams gibt's in diesem Artikel.
3D-printed prostheses are a thing of the past – 3D-printed dogs is the new big thing in the printing industry. Add a robotic body and the capacity for deep learning and you get Astro, the first 3D-printed robot dog that could provide people with a disability with a new sense of life.
Just like additive manufacturing solutions, robotic technologies continue to revolutionize modern industry workflows. Read all about the development of industrial robots and some of their modern applications.
With the latest update of DotCode, a new and innovative 2D barcode system entered the market that allows barcodes to be applied at a speed of more than 1,000 codes per seconds. This potentially revolutionary technology, which already proved successful in the European tobacco industry, could be a real win for other industries as well.