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TOP 5 videos of the week: Renault, Zortrax and more!

Published on July 30, 2017 by Alexandrea P.
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A new selection of the best 3D printing videos of the week, just for you! Find our TOP 5 videos of the week below and tell us what your favorite video is in a comment or on our Facebook and Twitter page. Don’t hesitate to share your favorite videos of the week with us or your favorites from our list with your friends!

TOP 1- Zortrax Inventure

Zortrax Inventure is here to show you how 3D printers can be both professional and simple.  Thanks to Z-PETG and their water-soluble Z-SUPPORT, you are able to achieve 3D prints faster than ever before! See for yourself below.

TOP 2- Phytec and Nano Dimensions

German company Phytec, who is best known for their System-On-Modules and Embedded Systems, has adopted Nano Dimension 3D printed electronics in order to 3D print their own Circuit Board prototypes. The company currently owns their own DragonFly 2020 3D Printer, which enables them to dramatically accelerate their product development cycle as their designs can be printed and tested in a matter of hours!

TOP 3-  3D printing for engines of the future

Renault is here to give you an example that shows the full potential of additive manufacturing in the creation of vehicles. In a motor block for one of their trucks, the individual components are replaced by 3D printed parts, with others being able to be combined into one component. In total,  the company was able to cut its weight by 120kg  and saved a total of 200 parts!

TOP 4- 3D printing for facial reconstructive surgery

Everyone knows the benefits of 3D printing in different industries and now, it’s helping in the future of facial reconstructive surgery! Below, you will see the work that is being done with 3D printing that is helping to change the lives of millions of people!

TOP 5- Clogged Nozzles

Many makers and 3D printing enthusiasts know how annoying a clogged nozzle can be. But, thanks to YouTuber Thomas Sanladerer, he has uploaded a helpful video that explains different methods and ways to get your 3D printer back on track!

 

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