• Jul : 23 : 2014 - Order Tracking: Detailed, Real-time, Made for Humans
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - 5 Skills To Help You Begin 3D Printing Today
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - 14-Foot Creature Roaring Into Comic-Con with Stratasys 3D Printing
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - Guide to Professional 3D Printers
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - 10 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Detroit

Last months post included details on the exoskeleton part developed with 3D printed technology, which enabled a young paraplegic take the ceremonial first kick at the World Cup 2014 opening ceremony, which got us thinking about role of 3D Printing in the development of new wearable technologies with some interesting applications (or at least we thought so..) included below.

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We’re reading a post on The Motley Fool focusing on MCOR’s paper-powered 3D printer. It got us thinking about how 3D printing companies make their money.

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While we might not hear much about a “worldwide shortage of cadavers,” the fact is that in developing nations and other places, they are in short supply. It costs money to properly embalm and otherwise prepare the bodies, plus they need to be kept refrigerated, and they can only be dissected under strictly-regulated conditions

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While we might not hear much about a “worldwide shortage of cadavers,” the fact is that in developing nations and other places, they are in short supply. It costs money to properly embalm and otherwise prepare the bodies, plus they need to be kept refrigerated, and they can only be dissected under strictly-regulated conditions

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The annual Electrolux Design Lab competition for 2014 has reached stage three of the judging, and 35 semi-finalists remain. Many of the entries are innovative, some are quirky, and others are downright strange.

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Dear beloved 3D Printing fans in France, are you enjoying this year’s 14 juillet? This French national day, also called La Fête Nationale or Bastille Day, commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution with the storming of the Bastille on the July 14, 1789. Of course, we’re celebrating it with some 3D prints! You can see that the French Tricolour is vividly portrayed by our recently introduced dyed and polished polyamide.

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Captured Dimensions offers 3D scans and prints at competitive prices. They use a process called photogrammetry to create 3D scans of you, your baby, or even your dog.

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This week Sculpteo offers a special discount on one of our materials: non-polished white plastic! So if you were ever thinking about printing in that material, now is the time to try. Polyamide offers great creative freedom.

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Custom eyewear site Willy Wagner makes heavy use of 3D printing. But you’d never know it.

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Every year, the Toy Product Design class at the University of Minnesota, taught by MIT alumnus and inventor Barry Kudrowitz, hosts an event called Playsentations. The Playsentations are a set of presentations that combine theatrical and live demonstrations of toys created by students at the University. Utilizing the Digital Fabrication Lab, one of the most advanced workshops on the UMN campus, they are able to use 3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutters, lathes and much more to create toys that relate to the year’s theme.

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5 Skills To Help...

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14-Foot Creature Roaring Into...

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Guide to Professional 3D...

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10 Things to See...

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3D Printing Will Let...

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Grasping the Future

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Splash Lamp by Desmond...

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TERRIFYING: Soon People Will...

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