Benedict O'Neill

Benedict O'Neill has been a freelance writer in the additive manufacturing industry since 2015, working for several media outlets and manufacturers. He received his BA from King’s College London in 2013 and his MA from the University of Amsterdam in 2015. He lives in Canada.

Dental 3D scanners for labs: Hardware selection and guide

Dental 3D scanners for labs: Hardware selection and guide

Last update: September 21, 2020

Dental professionals and labs are digitizing their dentistry workflows for more efficiency. Desktop dental 3D scanners are essential to digital dentistry.

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Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS): guide and product selection

Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS): guide and product selection

Last update: September 28, 2020

Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS), also called long-range laser scanners, are used to generate point clouds of large spaces or buildings. Find out more here!

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SLAM 3D scanners and iMMS: a comprehensive guide
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SLAM 3D scanners and iMMS: a comprehensive guide

Last update: August 28, 2020

SLAM is increasingly used in 3D scanners for mobile mapping and surveying applications. Find out more about these iMMS (indoor Mobile Mapping Systems) here.

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Guide to post-processing for 3D printed parts

Guide to post-processing for 3D printed parts

Last update: September 21, 2020

Post-processing is an important part of the additive manufacturing process. Find out more about post-processing 3D printed parts with our complete guide.

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Jewelry 3D scanners: Comprehensive guide and product selection

Jewelry 3D scanners: Comprehensive guide and product selection

Last update: July 2, 2020

Jewelry 3D scanners are able to quickly capture small, intricate pieces of jewelry. Find out more in our jewelry 3D scanning guide.

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3D bioprinting: Comprehensive guide and product selection

3D bioprinting: Comprehensive guide and product selection

Last update: August 31, 2020

3D bioprinting is a process in which a machine called a 3D bioprinter is used to fabricate tissue structures that contain cells and an extracellular matrix.

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