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NASA’s latest in situ 3D printing inspection tech to use IR & visual cameras
25 Mar
A new method for interim, in situ dimensional inspection of 3D has been developed by researchers at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. The latest technology is claimed to use infrared and visual cameras and lets the users monitor the process of 3D printing in real time and lets the user correct it a...
Biomedical implants claimed to be better than 3D bio printing
24 Mar
A group of scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has changed the decellularized husks of plants including parsley, vanilla, and orchids, into 3D frameworks which are seeded with human stem organisms. The researchers claimed that this technique is an alternative to 3D bio printing biome...
“Firefly” – World's First 3D Printed Smart Mirror
23 Mar
Students and alumni of California San Diego (UC San Diego) University have made the world’s first tablet-powered smart mirror. This Firefly Smart Mirror mainly includes a 3D printed backing, which perfectly fits iOS or Android tablet. Not only this, the smart mirror also comes equipped with features...
HP revealed information on 3D printing Material Development Kit
21 Mar
HP’s announcement on AMUG In a recent meeting a breaking news came up from the Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) in which HP publically revealed its subsequent steps in the move towards its most awaited additive manufacturing program.  Few weeks back, the leading software and printing...
3Balloon Power Runs a 3D Printed Single Cylinder Engine
20 Mar
We have already witnessed the usage of 3D printing technology for producing or testing new innovations for a variety of engines and automobile engines, rocket engines and replica steam engines, all of them have been created using the technology. Recently 3D hobbyist Greg Zumwalt created something, w...
Researchers 3D Print “Psyche” Asteroid Model
18 Mar
The researchers of Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) have prepared 3D printed replica of Psyche – an asteroid that almost resembles the size of Massachusetts. It is expected that NASA will send a spaceship to the asteroid in 2023 and SESE was also acknowledged w...
3D Printing Technology to Prototype the New Train Seat Design
17 Mar
POLGAR KFT, which is a Hungarian-based maker of automotive parts, has used 3D printing technology to prototype the seat design of a new train. This new train seat was made with the help of OMNI3D Factory 2.0 industrial 3D printer and in partnership with Hungarian 3D digitizing systems company METRIS...
New Remix 3D Printed Bluetooth Speaker and Headphone
16 Mar
Customized using 3D printed casings and details, a new remix of Bluetooth connected speaker and headphone amplifier has finally been released out by a Italian audio device manufacturer namely V-MODA. With added customization parts ranging from $40 to $370,000, the audio device that was uncovered thi...
3D printed skyscraper with the help of “crane printing” technique
14 Mar
An architectural 3D printing startup, Cazza Construction Technologies, which is right now working with the Government of Dubai, said that the firm is looking forward to construct world’s first 3D printed skyscraper. The organization allegedly said that it will be utilizing another 3D printing strate...
Patent granted by Boeing for virtual library of 3D printable aircrafts
13 Mar
According to reports a patent that belongs to Aerospace giant Boeing have been approved for a latest system, which gives the leverage of printing on demand 3D printed air crafts. With 3D printing technology Boeing and its client will be able to use the system for ordering replacement aircraft parts ...
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