At least eight states are rushing to sue the Trump administration over its decision to allow a Texas company to publish blueprints for homemade guns. But it may be too late. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil explains.
Many times in 3D Printing, the part gets printed but remains in the printer! See how this conveyor belt ejects the parts when printed
3D Printing with cloth. It avoids gluing and setting and makes the process repeatable!
At the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Clinical University Hospital in Olsztyn, 3D printing technology helps in the daily practice of orthognathic surgeons. Over the last two years the hospital had approximately 300 hospitalized patients, more than half of which with cases of complex or isolated eye socket injuries. This modern technology […]
Take a look. VW is getting more and more into 3D Printing. It’s an easy thing to see…labor intensive industries coupled with socialistic labor hr practices means firms won’t fire employees, but replace them with machinery upon natural attrition. Read more about this at the 3D Printing Trade Association.
Aurora Labs’ alpha prototype of the RMP1 next generation high speed, high throughput additive manufacturing technology that will make 3D printing a real possibility for mass part production.
Bionic technology is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people while raising profound questions of what it is to be human. From DIY prosthetics realised through 3D printing technology to customised AI-driven limbs, science is at the forefront of many life-enhancing innovations
Have you ever needed an auto part and had to wait forever to get it?
Watch this 3D Printing video which prints bacteria! No plastic, no metal, but microorganisms!
This Architects Champagne Glass is one of 10 champagne glasses which was designed for the 2012 Amsterdam Prize.
It’s about time more women were featured in the 3D Printing industry. Here is one such pioneer.
\ According to this 3D Printing Video, we can use laser-generated, hologram-like 3D images flashed into photosensitive resin. This is what the researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, along with collaborators at UC Berkeley, the University of Rochester, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), have discovered. The researchers learned that they can build complex […]
Yes once again you can 3D Printing your own movie novelties!
Here is a quick overview of materials needed when 3D Printing with metals!
Ge the largest online course which focusses on the business of 3D Printing
Take a look at these 3D Printed objects and see for yourself how 3D Printing is changing the world!
Is 3D Printing Dead? “Problem with the whole 3d printing fad is that most people don’t know how to design or model parts and many think that a 3d printer is gonna magically spit out models for you. Unfortunately we are not there yet where huge number of car parts or machine parts are cataloged […]
Can we 3D Print using cloth? Take a look at this 3D printing video and see for yourself. More on 3D Printing can be found at the 3D Printing Trade Association site.
Here is a 3D Printing Video showing a think disk being printed. What is unusual here is the thermal view we are seeing.
News on 3D Printing. Are they 3D Printing cars? Whole cars or car parts? Watch this quick 3D Printing Video and see.
Researchers can now create 3D-printed structures made entirely of liquid. 3D printing technology seems perpetually changing countless fields, from manufacturing to fast food. The potential applications are still fascinating.
Alterfact is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. They push boundaries of a traditionally plastic-based medium and use clay instead to print cool 3D clay pottery. Alterfact has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
Will the first 3d printed car be ready by 2019? Check out this 3d printing video and see if you think it will!
Quick 3D Printing video showing 3D Printed lacrosse balls! Will they work?