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Last November, California-based Made in Space grabbed headlines when one of its specially-designed 3D printers became the first such device to print an object in outer space … that was within the protective confines of the International Space Station, however. Now, the company is working on a printer that will work outside the station, in the cold vacuum of actual outer space. .

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A missed connecting flight in Chicago meant that the Arkansas leg of my 11-week, 22-state Listening Tour was unfortunately restricted to listening. I called in to a meeting with the EAST Initiative , which provides students with 3D printers and other technology to learn through projects that serve their communities. And at the Innovation Hub , a makerspace in North Little Rock, I missed meeting Mike Kelley, a member who came by to use the MakerBot Replicator Z18 to take care of himself

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A missed connecting flight in Chicago meant that the Arkansas leg of my 11-week, 22-state Listening Tour was unfortunately restricted to listening. I called in to a meeting with the EAST Initiative , which provides students with 3D printers and other technology to learn through projects that serve their communities. And at the Innovation Hub , a makerspace in North Little Rock, I missed meeting Mike Kelley, a member who came by to use the MakerBot Replicator Z18 to take care of himself

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“It’s been very beneficial to have Stratasys and their 3D printers involved in the event…the teams can co-create and iterate with Stratasys 3D printed models to build matching designs.”-Andrea Ippolito, Presidential Innovation Fellow, VA Center for Innovation The VA Innovation Creation Series: Prosthetic and Assistive Technologies Challenge welcomed 125 designers, engineers, students, teachers and veterans to the make-a-thon event held in Richmond, Virginia, last week. Fourteen Stratasys FDM-based 3D printers , ranging from MakerBots to the Fortus 450mc,  were put to the test, producing contestants’ design iterations over the course of the two-day challenge

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Albert Manero, Founder, Limbitless Solutions Annika Emmert was born with amniotic banding, resulting in a shorter right arm and a hand that did not form properly.  Her arm was shaped at a 45 degree angle, requiring surgery to straighten it before her first birthday in order to prepare the limb for an eventual prosthetic device.  Today, at ten years old, Annika is an extremely active child – her passions include soccer and singing. She also shares a special bond with Winter – the aquatic star of the Dolphin Tale movies.  Winter the Dolphin who lives at Clearwater Aquarium in Tampa, Florida, lost her tail and fluke to a crab trap accident and now swims with a prosthetic tail

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Creating a printable design is the crucial first step in the 3D printing process – and everyone seems to have a different opinion on which software is the most suitable for getting this job done.

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The term “designer drug” may soon refer less to the illicit kind and more to custom creations by the pharmaceutical industry. Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Company has just had its proprietary ZipDose Technology platform approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This marks the very first instance that the FDA has given the green light for a 3D-printed drug product.

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Sticking with what it knows, Toronto-based Matter and Form has created Bevel, an accessory that turns smartphones and tablet into 3D cameras. Unlike the 3D Scanner the team released last year, Bevel isn’t specifically intended for creating detailed 3D models of objects for 3D printing or animating, but for capturing everyday events that can then be shared in 3D. .

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A new study conducted by Brown University researchers has furthered our understanding of how the brain formulates a plan for picking up an object. In the long run, the findings could pave the way for more accomplished mind-controlled robotic prostheses

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The dream of 3D printing buildings is not a new one and, typically, it’s not a pretty one either . However, the visionaries at Branch Technology , a startup founded by architects in Chattanooga, Tennessee, want to change that—and they’ve built the world’s largest free form 3D printer to do it. Read more… Original post: The World’s Biggest Free Form 3D Printer Is Being Used to Build Houses

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