Flying 3D Printers, Drones and Robots – Important Applications

Flying 3D Printers, Drones and Robots – Important Applications

Scientists have created a robotic quad-copter that can extrude polyurethane foam while in flight. By targeting where that foam goes, it can build up simple structures, essentially becoming a flying 3D printer. The technology could have some very important applications.

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[…] Scientists have created a robotic quad-copter that can extrude polyurethane foam while in flight. By targeting where that foam goes, it can build up simple structures, essentially becoming a flying 3D printer. The technology could have some very important applications. Subscribe to the 3D Printing Channel  […]

[…] Scientists have created a robotic quad-copter that can extrude polyurethane foam while in flight. By targeting where that foam goes, it can build up simple structures, essentially becoming a flying 3D printer. The technology could have some very important applications. Subscribe to the 3D Printing Channelhttp://3dprintingchannel.com/flying-3d-printers-drones-and-robots-important-applications/ […]

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