• Sep : 2 : 2014 - Please Visit Us at the 3D Printshow in London
  • Sep : 2 : 2014 - 3D-printed castle heralds future of click-and-print architecture
  • Sep : 2 : 2014 - Scientists grow fully-functioning organ inside a mouse from scratch
  • Sep : 1 : 2014 - NASA Takes Another 3D Printed Step
  • Aug : 31 : 2014 - Design a Part of Anouck Wipprecht’s Open Source Dress!

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Later this week is London’s annual 3D Printshow, expected to be even more massive than last year. We’ll be there, but what about you?

Though 3D printing technology is still relatively new, it may become an important tool for architects and the construction industry, as highlighted by projects like the recent 3D-printing of 10 homes in a day .

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh have grown a fully-functional organ inside a mouse; opening the possibility of one day manufacturing compatible organs for transplant without the need for donors. Using mouse embryo cells, scientists at the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine created an artificial thymus gland with the same structure and function as an adult organ.

We’ve written previously of NASA’s experiments with 3D printed rocket components. It seems they’ve taken another key step forward with 3D printing.

One of our favorite designers, Anouk Wipprecht is starting this cool new collaborative project that we at Materialise are really thrilled to tell you about. We already absolutely love her “Smoke Dress” and Cirque du Soleil pieces that she’s printed with Materialise, and are excited to see the final result of her next project: a dress t hat will be made by parts designed by YOU. Read on for details

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Later this week is London’s annual 3D Printshow, expected to be even more massive than last year. We’ll be there, but what about you?

Though 3D printing technology is still relatively new, it may become an important tool for architects and the construction industry, as highlighted by projects like the recent 3D-printing of 10 homes in a day .

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh have grown a fully-functional organ inside a mouse; opening the possibility of one day manufacturing compatible organs for transplant without the need for donors. Using mouse embryo cells, scientists at the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine created an artificial thymus gland with the same structure and function as an adult organ.

We’ve written previously of NASA’s experiments with 3D printed rocket components. It seems they’ve taken another key step forward with 3D printing.

One of our favorite designers, Anouk Wipprecht is starting this cool new collaborative project that we at Materialise are really thrilled to tell you about. We already absolutely love her “Smoke Dress” and Cirque du Soleil pieces that she’s printed with Materialise, and are excited to see the final result of her next project: a dress t hat will be made by parts designed by YOU. Read on for details

After some effort we’ve decided to replace our popular 3D Resources page with a much more sophisticated service: the Fabbaloo Buying Guide. The buying guide makes your life a lot easier when searching for 3D printing-related products or services.

3D printing is an exciting world for sure. Every week, innovations are devised, 3D designers get creative: there’s always something to discover when it comes to additive manufacturing. Here is some cool and interesting news of the week.

People have been patching up their bodies with foreign parts for ages now, but 3D printing has only made that process easier, faster and more emblematic of hope.

You already knew about the 3D Printing by Suclpteo Meetup that takes place in various hot spots of the French capital. But we’re always glad to be invited to others Meetups related to 3D printing. Next September 17th, the now famous startup accelerator The Family invited us to talk at their HardAware meetup

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