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  1. Swinburne uses tiny 'BioSphere' beads to grow stem cells for 3D bio-printed cartilage

    Researchers at Australia’s Swinburne University will soon be taking advantage of the possibilities of 3D bio-printing with a cutting-edge new Biopen device. They are assisting in development of a...
  2. Chinese surgeons create first-ever 3D printed facial implant for a child

    3D printing technology has been used for all kinds of important and often life-saving surgical procedures, as it offers a level of design flexibility as well as speed of production that is unmatched...
  3. Google and CyArk's Open Heritage project recreates archaelogical wonders using 3D tec

    We’ve reported before on the use of 3D technology in the heritage sector. It has enabled cultural institutions to accurately replicate their collections, such as a museum in Virginia that 3D scanned...
  4. DIY 3D printed toys are taking $60 million a year from major manufacturers, according

    We’ve reported before on the ways that 3D printing is shaking up the toy industry, with giants like Lego and Hasbro making use of the technology to speed up their prototyping process and inspire...
  5. New mobile app Qlone turns your smartphone or tablet into a high-resolution 3D scanne

    Getting a 3D scan of an object was, up until quite recently, a specialized process requiring high-end expensive technology and mostly used for things like engineering or industrial quality control....
  6. Reify 3D introduces new Contour software for Solus DLP 3D printer

    Reify 3D, the Taiwan-based company behind the Solus 3D printer, has released Contour, a new software platform designed exclusively for its 3D printer. If you are already the owner of a Solus 3D...
  7. California prof says 3D printed Mars habitats should be made from Martian soil, not i

    California prof says 3D printed Mars habitats should be made from Martian soil, not ice
    Behrokh Khoshnevis, an engineering professor at the University of Southern California, is working with NASA to...
  8. Australian hospital adopts 3D printing to make patient-specific bone models for preop

    Surgeons from the Mackay Base Hospital in Queensland, Australia are using 3D printers to produce life-size, patient-specific bone models to help in the treatment of broken or fractured bones. It is...
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    Make your own 3D printed light-up Lego bricks

    DIY project site Adafruit has just released a new tutorial for 3D printing your own light-up Lego bricks. Made with tiny battery-powered LED lights, the Adafruit project is functional with any...
  10. 32-year-old undergoes successful face transplant thanks to 3D printing and the Mayo C

    32-year-old undergoes successful face transplant thanks to 3D printing and the Mayo ClinicA medical team from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has successfully completed a facial transplant...
  11. 3D print your PC mods anywhere with Thermaltake and 3D Hubs

    Almost a year ago, Thermaltake, a manufacturer of PC cases, power supplies, and cooling devices, launched 3DMakers, a platform through which makers can upload and download free 3D printable files for...
  12. 3D printing and smart technology could save US manufacturers $100 billion

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has revealed that adopting 3D printing and other emerging technologies could save the US manufacturing industry more than $100 billion a...
  13. 3D printing holds promise for musicians using prosthetics

    The manufacturing engineering technology program at Northern Illinois University (NIU) has joined forces with a young violinist to innovate an exciting development in the fields of music, 3D...
  14. Redditor 3D prints incredibly cool Arduino powered UV triggered retractable sunglasse

    3D printing is heavily entrenched in the Maker movement in that the technology allows for any individual with a bit of a creative spark to create something entirely new from scratch. For many of...
  15. MSU researchers use 3D printed hand replicas to fight fingerprint identity theft

    Fingerprints are a key plot tool in any murder drama, and a fingerprint found at a crime scene often identifies the killer in a movie or series’ epic conclusion. But they are also often used to gain...
  16. 3D scanning and 3D printing put rare Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 3 back on the grid

    UK engineering firm KW Special Projects (KWSP) has used 3D scanning and additive manufacturing to restore an Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3, a racecar built in the late 1960s to compete in the World Sportscar...
  17. NASA-commissioned 3D food printer will now create on-demand pizzas at concerts and sp

    NASA-commissioned 3D food printer will now create on-demand pizzas at concerts and sporting eventsA 3D printer that was originally funded by NASA for astronauts to use in space will instead be used...
  18. Ricoh makes metal injection molding obsolete with new highly efficient metal 3D print

    While metal 3D printing is becoming increasingly popular for small batch production, it’s not the only metal manufacturing technology that is enjoying a growing popularity. The market for metal...
  19. 3D printed Inupathy harness can visualize your dog's emotions

    If your dog’s wagging tail or barking isn’t telling you enough about its emotional state, then perhaps this product devised by a Japanese startup is for you. The innovative product, called Inupathy,...
  20. 3D printing and robotic surgery could revolutionize prostate cancer treatment

    Prostate cancer, one of the most common types of cancer among males, affects 1 in 7 men worldwide. In the UK, 137 males on average are diagnosed with the potentially life-threatening disease every...
  21. As simple as Legos: truly user-friendly $199 Anvil 3D printer hits Kickstarter

    With the cost of 3D printers dropping dramatically, it’s becoming increasingly important for manufacturers to differentiate themselves in an unstable market. Words like user-friendliness and...
  22. Preparing files for 3D printing: i.Materialise explains all

    i.Materialise, the consumer 3D printing service and marketplace of Materialise, has published a guide to preparing files for 3D printing. The guide, coming in the form of a blog post, tackles...
  23. Aleph Objects to unveil new Cura LulzBot Edition v17 Software at Maker Faire NY

    Aleph Objects, maker of the LulzBot open source desktop 3D printer line and the free open source software Libre Innovation, today announced that it will release its latest software, Cura LulzBot...
  24. 3DKitbash's Kickstarter turns 3D printing into an intergalactic battle game to save p

    Giant monsters from outer space have found a way to teleport through our 3D printers and will destroy everything in sight if they succeed. The only way to stop them is to join 3DKitBash’s team...
  25. EOS and ASS Maschinenbau 3D printed grippers dramatically reduce waste of plastic

    One of the greatest benefits of additive manufacturing is that it allows us to approach certain from fresh, new angles, even when working within predetermined constraints. For example, we’ve seen...
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