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A new algorithm might prove effective to reduce the amount of support material required for 3D prints by chopping objects into more easily printable shapes.

We’ve written previously of NASA’s incredible 3D printing experiment taking place on the International Space Station. Now we’ve seen a real example of how the technology should work. The orbital 3D printer was designed by startup Made In Space, who, over the course of several years developed a plastic filament-based 3D printer capable of microgravity operations

Contrary to popular belief, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D printing.

CNET editor Dong Ngo briefly explains 3D printing and lists a few recently reviewed printers for you to consider. See original here: 3D printing in brief: A few printers for your consideration

The scientists at Impossible Objects have developed a unique 3D printing process, and it appears the market like it: they were just awarded USD$2.8M.

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A new algorithm might prove effective to reduce the amount of support material required for 3D prints by chopping objects into more easily printable shapes.

We’ve written previously of NASA’s incredible 3D printing experiment taking place on the International Space Station. Now we’ve seen a real example of how the technology should work. The orbital 3D printer was designed by startup Made In Space, who, over the course of several years developed a plastic filament-based 3D printer capable of microgravity operations

Contrary to popular belief, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D printing.

CNET editor Dong Ngo briefly explains 3D printing and lists a few recently reviewed printers for you to consider. See original here: 3D printing in brief: A few printers for your consideration

The scientists at Impossible Objects have developed a unique 3D printing process, and it appears the market like it: they were just awarded USD$2.8M.

While there were many technological advances in 2014, Crave’s Michael Franco believes the year belongs to 3D printing. Here’s why.

Derby the dog faced a challenge right from Day One. Due to a congenital deformity, he was born with very small forelegs and no front paws.

Solidscape claims they hold some 75% of the 3D printing market for jewelers.

Administering the correct dosages to fight cancerous tumors can be a difficult balancing act. Too much of the radioactive drugs can cause harm to healthy tissue, but not enough will see the cancer cells survive and continue to spread. But a new technique developed at The Institute of Cancer Research in London may afford doctors an unprecedented level of accuracy in performing radiotherapy, using 3D-printed replicas of a patient’s organs and tumors to better determine how much radiation a tumor has received

Derby the dog could be considered unlucky, born as he was with stunted, non-functioning front legs that lack paws. But one piece of luck is that Derby was temporarily fostered by Tara Anderson, who just happens to be the Director of Product Management at 3D Systems, the South-Carolina-based 3D printing company. By working with company designers Kevin Atkins and Dave DiPinto and animal orthotist Derrick Campana, Anderson was able to harness 3DS’ resources to create prosthetics for Derby

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