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3D printed replica of destroyed Palmyra Tetrapylon
04 May
For over half a decade the civil war in Syria has taken its toll on the country, devastating its population, its landscape and its culture. And while there is no resolution in sight for the ongoing conflict, there are at least some efforts to preserve and save—in any way possible—vestiges of Syria’s...
"The Drop" to become New Zealand’s first 3D printed electric car
02 May
The latest 3D printed car is all about make its debut in New Zealand. It is currently under development by Ira Munn, who is an entrepreneur working through a local tech charity Accelerating Aotaroa, “The Drop” is a three wheeled electric car, which specially has been designed for travelers. The vehi...
MIT Rocket Team successfully tests nylon 3D printed rocket motor
29 Apr
The MIT Rocket Team that is an independent group of students, which focuses on rocket-related projects recently tested a fully 3D printed rocket motor and has been successful at it. The motor was 3D printed in nylon with the usage of Mrkforged Mark Two 3D printer before it was tested twice on April ...
Scaffold-free 3D printed liver tissue helps University of Tokyo Researchers
27 Apr
Probably the most amazing advances in 3D printing technology throughout recent couple of years have been in the field of bioprinting, with cells, tissue, and whole organs being duplicated for a wide range of helpful applications. The most recent leap is forwarded by a group of scientists in Japan wh...
 100x faster metal 3D printing system
26 Apr
Massachusetts-based 3D printer startup Desktop metal just launched two latest new metal 3D printing products, the DM studio and DM production systems, which apparently cover the full product lifecycle, from prototyping to mass production. The company has raised funds from famous companies like Googl...
20-year-old receives 3D printed skull implant
25 Apr
A 20 year old girl Tiffany Cullern who is from Swindon, Wiltshire in the U.K had her skull reconstructed, which was done with the help of 3D printed skull implant. The young girl is suffering from an unbelievably uncommon tumor that is equal to the size of a golf ball that was growing inside the sku...
3D printed plastic stained glass window
22 Apr
A year ago, Toronto-based 3D printing and quick prototyping administration Custom Prototypes astonished us with a dazzling 3D printed imitation of Vincent van Gogh's most famous painting The Starry Night, initially painted in 1889. Presently, it has come through once more with a similarly noteworthy...
New 3D printing tech at Hong Kong PolyU
21 Apr
In the wake of setting up a 620-square-meter 3D printing lab containing more than 50 3D printers, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has now put resources into a Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) framework, which can help the doctors in the preparation of heart treatments. T...
Femtosatellite launcher 3D printed in space
19 Apr
winner of last year’s International Space Station (ISS) Design Challenge, a 3D printable satellite launcher has been 3D printed in space. This device was designed by an engineer from California Andy Filo and it got selected for the best prize by Mouser Electronics Inc. and MythBuster’s Grant Imahara...
Skyscrapers to print their own 3D apartments!
18 Apr
Haseef Rafiei, Malaysian architecture student came up with a fundamental idea for futuristic housing: a “vending machine” skyscraper that 3D prints its own dwellings. Rafiei’s Pod Skyscraper design has received an honorable mention at the eVolo Skyscraper Competition. Vending machines are a blessi...
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