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  1. UK may offer Open Bionics 3D printed prostheses to children for free

    The British National Health Service (NHS) may soon provide 3D printed prostheses to children—for free. The 3D printed devices, which are made by prosthetics company Open Bionics, will be the subject...
  2. Gamer 3D prints replica of laser pistol from Fallout 3, complete with storage case an

    Some of the most fun amateur uses of 3D printing we’ve seen have been from gamers, who have often sought to physically replicate iconic features of their favourite virtual universes. Weapons, helmets...
  3. MIT researchers 3D print shape-shifting noodles in bizarre culinary research project

    Researchers at MIT’s Tangible Media Group have devised a method for 3D printing food that changes shape before you eat it. They say the weird shape-shifting food is also easier to store and...
  4. Canada's University of Waterloo building one of world's largest academic 3D printing

    The University of Waterloo, a “top innovation university” in Ontario, Canada, has just been given 8.9 million CAD in federal funding to develop its additive manufacturing lab. The facility will focus...
  5. Beetle-inspired, color-changing 3D printed robot skin developed at MIT

    MIT researchers are developing 3D printed “skin” for robots that changes color upon receiving physical stimuli. The technology was inspired by the golden tortoise beetle, or “goldbug,” an insect...
  6. Supreme Court ruling on cheerleader uniform copyright case could pose challenges for

    Supreme Court ruling on cheerleader uniform copyright case could pose challenges for 3D printing communityA new U.S. Supreme Court decision surrounding copyright laws that could impact the 3D...
  7. 3D printed robo-fruit packed with sensors can test for freshness

    The freshness of future fruit could soon be fundamentally improved, with the help of a fun and fascinating new development from researchers in Switzerland. They have used 3D printing technology to...
  8. Bondtech releases lightweight, cost & time-saving BMG extruder for optimum 3D printin

    Swedish startup Bondtech has today launched their newest product, a lightweight, cost and time-saving extruder for 3D printers. Leveraging the company’s Dual-Drive technology, the BMG extruder...
  9. Law firm Reed Smith establishes team to protect 3D printer users from lawsuits

    Here at 3ders.org we know that 3D printing is shaking up the manufacturing industry in all sorts of ways, but what will the legal implications be for companies seeking to profit from these new...
  10. Swedish company OssDsign receives FDA clearance for 3D printed cranial implants

    http://www.3ders.org//images2017/swedish-company-ossdsign-receives-fda-clearance-3d-printed-cranial-implants-1.jpgOssDsign, the Swedish manufacturer of next-gen 3D printed cranial and facial...
  11. Swedish teen with neurofibromatosis walks again with 3D printed hip implant

    Researchers at Skane University Hospital in Sweden have collaborated with 3D printing company Materialise to put teenager Fanny Fellesen back on her feet with a new 3D printed hip implant.
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  12. More 3D printed firearms seized by officials in Australian crime raid

    Not even a month ago, Australian authorities seized a number of submachine guns that were made using 3D printers during a drug raid in the Gold Coast. The headlines were shocking to most, and left us...
  13. Autodesk offers free 3D design software to 1000+ Fab Labs globally

    In an expansion of its support for the community and makers around the world, Autodesk announces that it is now granting access to its full Autodesk Product Design Collection to 1000+ registered Fab...
  14. Singapore researchers unveil 3D-printed customised pills

    Even though 3D bioprinted tissue implants are still a few years away, there are other ways in which 3D printing can change the medical world as we know it. 3D printed medical devices are already...
  15. Materialise and Microsoft partner to launch cloud-based 3D printing solution

    Belgian 3D printing company Materialise NV has just announced an exciting partnership with Microsoft Corp. through which users of Microsoft’s 3D printing platform will directly gain access to...
  16. GE Oil & Gas opens new additive manufacturing line at plant in Talamona, Italy

    General Electric has opened a new additive manufacturing line, which will use laser technology to 3D print end burners for gas turbine combustion chambers, at the GE Oil & Gas plant in Talamona,...
  17. This next-gen 3D printed heat exchanger weighs 20% less, performs 20% more efficient

    Apr 2, 2016 | By Alec

    http://www.3ders.org/images2016/maryland-researchers-take-heat-exchangers-into-next-century-with-revolutionary-3d-printed-design-1.jpgIt’s funny how, despite a crazy pace of...
  18. Ring it up: 3D print your own ATtiny 85 ring watch

    With tech manufacturers now prioritizing big HD displays over basic ergonomics, smartphones are getting bigger and bigger. But wearables, at least those of the current generation, are yet to follow...
  19. Dutch entrepreneurs 3D print a 20-feet submarine for military and oil platform applic

    It’s only natural that larger 3D printers and ongoing material innovations will lead to more outrageous and surprising 3D printing projects, but we never even imagined that the latest project by 3D...
  20. Orbitrec, a titanium 3D printed road bike with built-in sensors and IoT connectivity

    There is a lot of hype surrounding 3D printed cars lately, and although they do have the potential to greatly reduce auto manufacturing times as well as material waste and potentially fuel...
  21. Control your DLP 3D printer with just a Raspberri Pi through new nanoDLP software

    As any experienced hobbyist will tell you, shopping around for good control software can really make the complete 3D printing experience more enjoyable. Especially if you’ve built your own 3D...
  22. uMake receive $5.2 million in funding for mobile 3D design app

    3D printing, as we know, is primarily dependent on one thing: digital 3D design - an area that has been dominated by a select number of platforms and software programs, the most notable of which are...
  23. Stratasys introduces hands-free SUP706 PolyJet soluble support material for high

    Stratasys introduces hands-free SUP706 PolyJet soluble support material for high volume 3D printingStratasys, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, introduced a new soluble...
  24. Canon dives into 3D printing market with new resin-based technology and its first 3D

    We are seeing more and more prominent brand names enter the 3D printing market; from HP launching it’s Multi-Jet Fusion Technology, to Staples partnering with Scultpeo to develop a comprehensive...
  25. New super tough 3D printed hydrogel could repair damaged knees

    A team of researchers in Texas have developed a new technique for 3D printing hydrogels that allows for unprecedented durability and precise processing control thanks to the addition of alginate....
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