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Could Jamie Dornan Come Back For Another Fifty Shades Movie? Here’s What He Says

This weekend brings with it the debut of Fifty Shades Freed, the climax of the worldwide phenomenon. The cinematic adaptations of the best-selling novels by author E.L. James have grossed almost a billion dollars worldwide and Fifty Shades Freed is poised to win its opening weekend. While Fifty Shades Freed is ostensibly the trilogy-capper, as with any popular franchise, there ...

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​Stratasys, Dassault, Unlimited Tomorrow team up to scale low-cost 3D printed prosthetics

Stratasys, a 3D printing company, and Dassault Systemes, which makes design software, said they will work with a group called Unlimited Tomorrow to scale custom designed, low cost robotic arms for amputees. Under the partnership, Stratasys will become the dedicated 3D printing provider for Unlimited Tomorrow. The low-cost prosthetic effort was started by Easton LaChappelle, an entrepreneur who founded Unlimited ...

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Essex bring in Siddle for Championship defence

Essex have signed Australia Test quick Peter Siddle for the first five games of their Championship title defence. As in 2017, when Essex supplemented a largely homegrown pace attack with an overseas pro, Siddle will bring an experienced edge during the opening weeks of the season. Essex’s unexpected Championship success was spearheaded by Jamie Porter and former South Africa spinner ...

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Exclusive: Ultimaker on 3D printing today and in the future

Video: Exclusive Ultimaker interview: The future of 3D printing Desktop personal fabrication has exploded over the past few years. It’s not just 3D printing, but also desktop CNC systems and laser systems. This opens doors to the idea of custom-printed parts in our homes, reduced inventory and distribution centers, and fascinating new projects coming from everywhere, including school kids and ...

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A Star Wars Story Trailer Is Explosive And Exciting

A prequel to the original trilogy, Ron Howard’s Solo: A Star Wars Story looks to tell a very early tale in the life of Star Wars fans’ favorite smuggler, played this time out by Alden Ehrenreich. We see him in the footage enrolling in the pilot program, and then enjoy a montage of exciting clips that tick off a number ...

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