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Arena Investors follows big fundraise success with Pacific Production Services investment

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Anime Review: Pompo: The Cinephile

Anime Review: Pompo: The Cinephile

Pompo: The Cinephile recently reminded me why I love anime films so much. There’s a distinct level of passion that not many pieces of media display, but this film oozes it.

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IGN UK Podcast #637: Ghostwiring and Smelly Feedback

Dale, Matt and Jesse are here to share all their (mixed) thoughts on Ghostwire: Tokyo. Matt waxes lyrical about the new Disney+ film,...

Uncharted Is One of the Highest Grossing Video Game Movies of All Time

Warcraft still unbeaten, though.

As the cinematic run for Uncharted nears its conclusion, PlayStation Productions has to be happy with its first effort. According to The Numbers, the film has pulled around $339 million in ticket sales worldwide, making it the fifth highest grossing video game movie of all time. It’s unlikely to catch the likes of Warcraft or Detective Pikachu, but it could yet creep past The Angry Birds Movie, which sits at around $352 million.

Sony Pictures recently indicated that the adaptation represented the beginning of a “new hit movie franchise” for the firm, but a sequel has yet to be announced – even though a post-credits scene appears to set one up. The organisation is also working on other big screen adaptations of PlayStation properties, including Ghost of Tsushima.

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Peacemaker Season 1 Review – A New Flavor of DC Comics

Peacemaker Season 1 Review – A New Flavor of DC Comics

James Gunn wrote and directed quite the masterful superhero film with 2021’s The Suicide Squad. Warner Bros certainly knew they had a hit on their hands when they approved Gunn being able to write a spin-off series for one of the characters.

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The Witcher 4: Dev Confirms Teaser Is a Brand New Witcher School

CD Projekt Red has confirmed the medallion featured in its new Witcher game tease is from a new School of the Lynx, which will be invented for the new game.

Stretch wrapping is ecological and cost-effective

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MPA: Google’s Delisting of Thousands of Pirate Sites Works

The MPA has teamed up with Google to remove pirate site domain names from search results in countries where these are already blocked by ISPs. No court has ordered Google to take action but the company is voluntarily complying with "no-fault" ISP injunctions. According to the MPA, this delisting of pirate sites is an effective tool in the fight against online piracy.

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UK Talent Agency InterTalent Moves Into Gaming With XU Esports

InterTalent, the UK talent representative agency whose clients have included the likes of Kelly Brook, Mel B, Joan Collins, Boy George, Pixie Lott and Vinnie Jones, have decided that they want to expand their horizons and move into the esports industry. To enable them to do that, the company has founded a new business XU […]

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Witcher 4: Fans Debate Whether Ciri Will Be the Main Character

CD Projekt Red's announcement of The Witcher 4 (for lack of an official name) has sent fans into a frenzy as they try to decipher the studio's teaser image.

Does Weed Decrease Motivation?

How much cannabis really affects motivation and if so is that only the case with certain strains and people. Will weed make you unmotivated, or could it actually create motivation?

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Osteoconductive Filament Developed for 3D Printed Implants

“No other application field showcases more the classic advantages of 3D printing, such as individualization or design freedom, than medical technology,” says Marc Knebel, Head of Medical Systems at Evonik.

Evonik is a specialty chemical company developing biomaterials that serve as metal-free alternatives to traditional bone implants. Evonik’s VESTAKEEP product line includes an osteoconductive polyether ether ketone (PEEK) – a biostable polymer having similar mechanical properties to the human bone, which promotes osteointegration. According to Evonik, combining the PEEK material with the functional additive biphasic calcium phosphate (BCP) accelerates fusion at the bone-implant boundary, allowing bone cells to adhere to the implant more quickly. Unlike traditional titanium implants, Evonik claims that its PEEK-based polymer does not produce any unwanted artifacts in medical imaging processes such as X-ray or MRI. Further, Evonik indicates that the BCP additive provides a natural shadow allowing for accurate implant placement and observation of the fusion process.

Evonik is now set to add a new 3D-printable version of the osteoconductive PEEK material to their Fusion product line. The VESTAKEEP iC4800 3DF PEEK filament can be processed using the common extrusion-based 3D printing technology known as fused filament fabrication (FFF), in which a 3D printer releases a raw material out of a nozzle or orifice to build an object layer by layer. The PEEK filament, which has a diameter of 1.75 mm, is wound onto 250- or 500-gram spools suited for standard FFF 3D printers. Evonik reports that customer feedback and tests carried out on various 3D printers confirm the processability of the new filament.

Further, Evonik indicates that this osteoconductive filament is specially designed such that the functional additives are available directly on the surface of the 3D printed implant without film formation. This eliminates the need for additional post-processing steps, which Evonik touts as a novelty for osteo-integrative PEEK biomaterials.

The original VESTAKEEP Fusion product is available in  granulate form and capable of being milled, compression molded, extruded and injection molded. The addition of this 3D printable filament expands the range of applications for osteoconductive implants even further, and allows for easier and improved customization of implants for patients.

Evonik plans to present the new product for the first time at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) trade show in Chicago later this month (March 2022).

The post Osteoconductive Filament Developed for 3D Printed Implants appeared first on Knobbe Medical.

Highly Selective Etch Rolls Out For Next-Gen Chips

Manufacturing 3D structures will require atomic-level control of what's removed and what stays on a wafer.

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