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Israel Hayom: The flavor's in the lab-grown fat

The flavor's in the lab-grown fat

Slaughter-free meat startup MeaTech produces a pound of cultivated fat biomass, a key ingredient for alternative proteins.

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3D Printing Industry: MeaTech cultures 700 grams of chicken fat in meat-printing “breakthrough”

MeaTech cultures 700 grams of chicken fat in meat-printing “breakthrough”

Israeli food-tech firm MeaTech has reached another landmark in its mission to develop a tasty yet eco-friendly 3D bioprinted alternative to organic meat products. In what's believed to be the first biomass 3D printing demo of its kind, the firm has managed to cultivate just over 700 grams of pure chicken fat, within a single run.

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3D Printing Industry: MeaTech Unveils Plans to 3D Print Pork and Enter Chicken Fat Production by 2022

MeaTech Unveils Plans to 3D Print Pork and Enter Chicken Fat Production by 2022

Meat 3D bioprinting specialist MeaTech has revealed that it intends to enter premarket comestible production next year within its H2 2021 financial results.

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3DPrint.com: 3DPOD Episode 75: 3D Printed Meat with MeaTech 3D Founder, Omri Schanin

3DPOD Episode 75: 3D Printed Meat with MeaTech 3D Founder, Omri Schanin

In this 40 minute podcast, the professionals from 3DPrint.com interview Omri Schanin of MeaTech on the description and merits of cultivated meats, and the technologies behind this emerging technology.

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All3DP: 3D Printed Circuit Boards - First PCB 3D Printers Available Soon

3D Printed Circuit Boards: First PCB 3D Printers Available Soon

For makers, 3D printed circuit boards are no longer a mere dream. 3D printers, which can do DIY PCB printing, will become commercially available soon. The making of DIY circuit boards is a complex task. First, you’ll have to plan the PCB, make a 2D print of the layout, cut a copper plate, transfer the PCB layout to the copper plate, iron the circuit, go through the process of etching, cleaning, disposing… and after some hours of manual labor, you should be ready.

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EE Times Europe: Nano Dimension ships first 3D printer for PCBs

Nano Dimension ships first 3D printer for PCBs

Nano Dimension Ltd. (Ness Ziona, Israel), has supplied the first DragonFly 2020 printer for 3D circuitry and PCBs to an Israeli defense electronics company. The unit is for evaluation purposes and is expected to be installed at the partner’s site in the next few days.

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ASME.org: 7 Startups Driving Innovation in 3D Printing

7 Startups Driving Innovation in 3D Printing

The hype of consumer 3D printing might be fizzling, but the excitement continues to build for industrial applications. It’s a market still ripe for innovation and as expected there has been a surge of startup activity in the field of additive manufacturing.

Below we round up seven startups that are developing novel technologies and aspiring to be the next big thing in 3D printing.

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3D Print: The DragonFly 2020 PCB 3D Printer was a Major Achievement for a Recent College Graduate

The DragonFly 2020 PCB 3D Printer was a Major Achievement for a Recent College Graduate

If you’ve been following 3D printing news at all, it’s likely you know at least a little bit about the DragonFly 2020 printer. The electronic circuit board printer from Nano Dimension is, according to the company, the first-ever desktop printer designed for printed circuit boards (PCBs), and we’ve been following its progress from the initial announcement of its development to its unveiling at the Printed Electronics USA 2015 and SOLIDWORKS World 2016 conferences. While the printer is not slated for commercial release until toward the end of 2016, Nano Dimension is keeping us interested by revealing more and more about its development. While I feel pretty well-acquainted with the DragonFly 2020, it still continues to surprise me.