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  1. Self-replicating 3D printers could help build settlements on the Moon

    What’s the most useful thing a 3D printer could print? Metal automobile or aerospace parts? A concrete building? Medical supplies? Even more useful would be something that would produce all of those...
  2. Pixsweet lets you make your own 3D printed popsicle from any image you like

    When it comes to developing new things for us to eat and new ways to eat them, 3D printing technology has certainly been on the menu for a while now. 3DSystems’ Foodjet, the first 3D food printer,...
  3. Nano Dimension files patent for oxidation-resistant copper nanoparticles for 3D print

    Nano Dimension, an Israeli 3D printed electronics specialist, has announced that its Nano Dimension Technologies subsidiary has successfully developed copper nanoparticles that are not only...
  4. 3D scanning could help rock-stacking robots build habitats on Mars

    Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a robotic system that uses 3D scanning to intelligently stack and balance irregularly shaped objects. The robot could someday be used to build habitats on...
  5. Carnegie Mellon engineers sort metal 3D printing powders with 95% accuracy using new

    Carnegie Mellon engineers sort metal 3D printing powders with 95% accuracy using new machine vision techResearchers from Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering have developed machine...
  6. Nano Dimension to develop advanced 3D printed ceramics with funding from Israel

    Nano Dimension to develop advanced 3D printed ceramics with funding from Israel Innovation Authority3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension Ltd. announced today that its subsidiary, Nano...
  7. Ottawa Hospital launches Canada's first medical 3D printing program

    The Ottawa Hospital is now the home of Canada’s first medical 3D printing program. The new multi-department program, which will seek to improve surgical planning and make 3D printed prosthetic limbs...
  8. Google, BMW, Lowe's invest $45M in 3D printer startup Desktop Metal

    Desktop Metal, a 3D printing startup based in Burlington, Massachusetts, has raised $45 million in a Series C investment round from investors including Google, BMW, and Lowe’s. Desktop Metal will use...
  9. Prizewinning 3D printed quadruped robot uses 38 printed parts and a Playstation 2 con

    Prizewinning 3D printed quadruped robot uses 38 printed parts and a Playstation 2 controllerScott Hatfield, a maker who goes by the alias Toglefritz, has built a 3D printed quadruped robot roughly...
  10. Deloitte: 3D printing market worth $20.5B by 2020, desktop 3D printing still importan

    A new report from Deloitte Poland has consolidated a number of 3D printing projections and forecasts, producing an aggregate projection for the market through 2025. Deloitte puts the current global...
  11. 3D printed prototypes that 'shred the gnar': Burton Snowboards launches Step-on Bindi

    International snowboarding company Burton has incorporated 3D printing into their newest product launch: an advanced Step-on Binding system which allows snowboarders increased ease and swiftness when...
  12. NANORESTART conservation project looks to endangered 3D printed artworks

    A European research team known as NANORESTART is pushing the boundaries of modern and contemporary art conservation – an initiative that could considerably impact the lifetimes of endangered 3D...
  13. Local Motors & Mouser Electronics to put a drone on new 3D printed self-driving car

    http://www.3ders.org//images2016/local-motors-integrate-drone-technology-onto-latest-3d-printed-self-driving-car-1.jpgLocal Motors, the Phoenix, Arizona-based company that is driving innovation...
  14. Industry expert warns that 3D printing cannot rely on Creative Commons and OSS legisl

    Open Source Software licenses and Creative Commons agreements have become part and parcel of the 3D printing industry, but now an industry expert has warned that they are simply not up to the job and...
  15. Could gold and 3D scanning spell the end of old-school X-rays?

    Researchers in Ireland have found a new 3D scanning method that could potentially spell the end of the X-ray. It’s called long wavelength excitation and it involves pumping gold particles into your...
  16. Maxim Lyashko shares first ever Russian-made 3D printed bionic prosthesis with the wo

    Maxim Lyashko shares first ever Russian-made 3D printed bionic prosthesis with the worldIt looks like 3D printing is also catching on in Russia. Just over the past few days, Rosatom unveiledRussia's...
  17. New LOCOOP Y 3D printer brings highly reliable Original Delta tech to your desktop

    It was a huge disappointment, as both men originally started playing with the technology under the assumption that 3D printing would be as reliable as a regular 2D printer. That’s why they decided to...
  18. 3D Printing Basics Forums Fuji Xerox & Keio University develop new FAV 3D printing da

    Fuji Xerox & Keio University develop new FAV 3D printing data format that retains object's colors, materials & internal structures

    If you’ve ever tried to explain 3D printing to the uninitiated,...
  19. Scientists pave way for invisibility cloak with 3D printed nanoparticles invisible to

    Scientists pave way for invisibility cloak with 3D printed nanoparticles invisible to electromagnetic wavesThe Harry Potter books and movies managed to capture the hearts and minds of a whole...
  20. MIT patent for 3D printed part qualification and removal issued by US patent office

    http://www.3ders.org//images2016/us-patent-office-issues-mit-patent-for-automated-3d-printed-part-qualification-and-removal-1.jpg
    Though 3D printing is a computer-controlled production process, it...
  21. 3D Hubs offering 25% discount on all 3D prints for students

    Almost anyone who has been a student knows what it means to tighten the purse strings, resorting to eating instant noodles, drinking campus coffee, and sometimes even living in questionably cheap...
  22. Large and incredibly complex forms created through cell division simulation & multima

    When looking for a unique 3D printing project, you are usually forced to show off your own CAD skills, but Turkish architect and researcher Daghan Cam has recently been showing us that there's more...
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    Make a 'fake' colour 3D print out of paper

    Everybody knows that 3D printers are expensive, and we can’t all afford to own a machine. However, at some point in our lives, we all want to make a 3D model of something. For those of us who don’t...
  24. ViscoTec's new FDD Starter Kit allows users to easily 3D print with pastes and fluids

    Although we’ve come to accept that there are always new technologies and processes being released into the additive manufacturing industry on a seemingly weekly basis, we very rarely ever hear about...
  25. 3D Systems introduces new next generation 3DMe Photobooth with enhanced user experien

    3D Systems has unveiled today their new generation of 3DMe Photobooth with enhanced user experience, aiming to bring the full 3DMe experience to retail spaces and events. The new photobooths includes...
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