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  1. Researchers develop new 3D bioprinting technique for engineering joint cartilage

    It’s no secret that of all of the advancements in additive manufacturing technologies, those that involve 3D bioprinting are among the most exciting to watch.
    Among other reasons, 3D bioprinting may hold the answer to the future of organ replacements in the case that there may not be a donor available in a life or death situation. Among other projects that have been done, doctors may soon have the ability to not just 3D bioprint a replacement thyroid gland in a lab - but actually in an operating ...
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  2. Bocusini Plug & Play food 3D printer launches on Kickstarter



    or while most of the 3D food printers we’ve seen so far are either simple chocolate extruders or complicated and user unfriendly prototypes, the Bocusini is shaping up to become a fascinating, easy-to-use and multipurpose device. This German-made machine has been developed by the trio Melanie, Johannes and Sebastian, who together have more than 20 years’ worth of experience ...
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  3. The touching moment a blind Mom-To-Be feels her unborn baby boy's 3D printed face




    We men can hardly comprehend most of it, but being pregnant is a very special and emotional time in a woman’s life. It is filled with memorable and important moments, like seeing an ultrasound image of your baby for the first time. But what if you’re blind? It means a lot of those special moments, like seeing your child for the first time and becoming convinced ...
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  4. Prop artist uses 3D printer to create a full size, wearable Avengers Ultron helmet

    With the release of the latest Avengers Movie - Avengers: Age of Ultron - in theaters today, there’s likely to be quite a few participants of the cosplay community who will either be coming out with their latest Avengers-inspired costumes or, after seeing the movie, will be inspired to go home and start on their next cosplay costume project.



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  5. MONO, an eyewear collection 3D printed to fit your face, launches on Indiegogo

    Among all of the objects that have been experimented with as designs that use additive manufacturing as form of final manufacturing, 3D printed glasses are among the most prominent. Thingiverse - MakerBot’s collective 3D print file sharing hub - has over 1400 search results alone for “glasses”, and that’s not even including the countless others that exist on other file sharing platforms or in design labs from professional eyewear manufacturers.

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