• Sep292015

    World Maker Faire 2015: NASA proclaims the winning designs of the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge

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  • Sep242015

    Architects re-inventing shoes with 3D Printing

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  • Jun232014

    Researchers 3D Print Electrically Conductive Strain Sensors

    It is amazing how quickly 3D printing technology has been advancing. The advancements we have seen from the time Chuck Hull invented the process of stereolithography in 1983 until the early 2000′s, pales in comparison to the progress we have seen in just the last few years. When Chuck Hull invented 3D printing, I’m sure he had no clue that today we’d be printing out sensors and other electronic devices, but that’s where exponential progress has taken us.

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  • Jun072014

    Wharton sophomore Sandhya Jetty talks 3D Printing @ TEDxPenn2013.

    Fascinated by the potential applications of 3D printing since childhood, Wharton sophomore Sandhya Jetty presents her thoughts at TEDxPenn2013.

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  • Apr292014

    Scientists Working to Create 3D Printed Heart

    With 3D printing making major advances in the medical field, scientists are now hoping to create a 3D printed heart with human cells. The process would eliminate the need for donors, as well as make transplants more successful.

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  • Apr092014

    InMoov: 3D printed robot

    Scientists at the University of Lincoln are testing a humanoid robot which has been created using 3D printing technology, hoping the project leads to a new generation of androids that humans feel more comfortable interacting with. The original designer of the robot is Gael Langevin, who created InMoov, the first open source 3D printed life-size robot.

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  • Apr082014

    Aussie retailer offers custom 3D printed glasses for $360

    Sneaking Duck, an Australian online prescription glasses fashion retailer is looking to join the crowded market with made-to-order 3D-printed frames.

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  • Apr062014

    Scientists Develop 3D Printed Ear Implants

    3D printing is once again changing surgery. This time it’s being used to manufacture tiny implants with a memory function, or complex shapes, like the ear’s cochlea.

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  • Apr062014

    Needed: 3D Printer Auto Ejection

    Years ago the MakerBot Thing-O-Matic had a peculiar optional feature, the Automated Build Platform, which could automatically remove prints from the bed when complete. We need something like that today.

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  • Apr062014

    Mainstream Use of 3D Printers Could be Just Around the Corner

    With 3D printing technology rapidly advancing, many are wondering when 3D printers will find their place inside the common household.

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