• May : 6 : 2016 - Siemens’ Spiders Could Lead To Massive 3D Printing Projects
  • May : 6 : 2016 - 3D-printed aluminum guitar keeps its barbs inside
  • May : 5 : 2016 - Starving cancer cells of nutrients halts tumour growth
  • May : 5 : 2016 - Starving cancer cells of nutrients halts tumour growth
  • May : 5 : 2016 - Need a part within 48 hours? We got your back!

Today, we’ve set a new record in 3D printing with more than 100,000 3D printers sold worldwide.

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New research from NASA Ames and SLAC demonstrates an effective way of 3D printing nanomaterials using plasma. … Read the whole entry…   » Follow this link: Could A Plasma 3D Printer Be In Your Future?

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Jack Stubbs, Associate Director, Human Performance in Healthcare, University of Central Florida Guest Blog: By Jack Stubbs, Associate Director, Human Performance in Healthcare, University of Central Florida I started employing 3D printed prototyping over 20 years ago, in the mid-1990s, to introduce effective surgical device designs into a rapid development cycle. We were able to test laparoscopic prototype devices with surgeons and OR personnel in simulated and animal test settings. Using Stratasys Dimension 760 and Dimension Elite FDM-based 3D printers, we could design and produce surgical devices literally overnight and have them ready for another round of testing

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When ghosts go bump in the night, will you have the right equipment to bust them? Make this replica ghost trap from the original “Ghostbusters” movie using a 3D printer. See more here: Make your own ‘Ghostbusters’ trap via 3D printing – CNET

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With an experiment that’s not going to help alleviate any concerns over 3D printing and piracy, researchers at the University of California Irvine have proven that they can copy a 3D model, with surprising accuracy, by simply recording the sounds that another 3D printer makes while it’s making it. Read more… Read the original: A Smartphone Can Copy a 3D Model By Just Recording the Sounds of a 3D Printer

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The Carbon 3D printer has been revealed to the world fo […] The post Introducing the Carbon 3D Printer and CLIP technology appeared first on Sculpteo Blog – 3D Printing News and Trends . View original post here: Introducing the Carbon 3D Printer and CLIP technology

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In the 3D printed Aleph1 speaker design, sound travels in a perpetual self-feeding loop, preventing it from interfering with the signal outputting to the front, for extraordinary acoustics You can’t solve an 80-year-old problem with 80-year-old technology.

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This year’s must-have toy: a machine to make your own toy. Mattel’s ThingMaker is a kid-safe 3D printer, and the 3Doodler Start Pen won’t burn your skin. Bridget Carey checks out the high-tech side of the New York Toy Fair, and this year even Barbie has her own drone

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Mattel is getting super creative this year by giving more freedom to the toy experts of the world: kids. At this year’s New York Toy Fair trade show, the company announced its new ThingMaker, a $300 3D printer that will let kids make their own toys

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 At New York’s Toy Fair trade show over the weekend, Mattel unveiled its new, $300 3D Printer, the “ThingMaker,” which will allow children to print their own toys at home.

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