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  1. 4 coolest 3D printing projects this week: 3D printed espresso cup, Iron Man suit, han

    We all know 3D printing is cool, so why not take a little time to appreciate some of the more fun projects that have been going on in this past week. Here are some of the coolest things we've seen, including a stylish 3D printed espresso cup and a 3D printed Iron Man suit.

    1.Kutarq’s 3D printed espresso cup

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  2. Redesign Sport uses 3D scanning for reverse engineering of 1952 Ferrari

    A UK automotive expert is making waves with his novel approach to restoring cars. Dafyd Richards is a self-described car addict and the founder of Redesign Sport Ltd (RSL), a tiny car restoration company near St. Albans.
    Not just any restorer, Richards and his bespoke studio have been breathing new life into historic and discontinued vehicles that would otherwise be relegated to collections and museums, where they would remain unused. Most recently, Richards successfully restored a 1952 Ferrari ...
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  3. Amazing miniature 3D printed solar systems, moons and planets that fit on your desk

    Fans of astronomy and fans of miniature replicas alike can rejoice today, as a 3D printed scale model of our entire solar system has been made available for purchase. The online store Little Planet Factory is selling these amazingly detailed, high-resolution models, which can be used for educational purposes as well as for decoration and entertainment. All 8 main planets (sorry, Pluto) are available to order in a wide range of different sizes, along with dwarf planets (like Pluto), various moons ...
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  4. Coffee 3D printing stunt lets single Londoners find a match in their mocha

    Online dating service Match.com will launch an unusual dating scheme at a pop-up coffee shop in London next week. ‘Espresso Yourself’ will serve coffees topped with 3D printed foam selfies of eligible Match members, giving caffeine lovers a chance to find their soulmate while sipping.
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  5. Ikea introduces its first 3D knitted furniture

    While we’ve seen 3D knitting technology used to make apparel and footwear, perhaps most famously Nike’s Flyknit sneakers, we have yet to see it really take off beyond the garment industry, especially on a commercial level. Until now, that is. Swedish home goods retailer Ikea has just unveiled its latest chair design, which is made using—you guessed it—3D knitting technology.
    The armchair, which is part ...
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