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3D Printing With a Pen

28. May 2013 by objectblog1
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Printing in Wood Pulp and Clay

“We want to 3D print long-lasting performance-based designs for the built environment using raw materials that have strength, tactility, cultural associations, relevance and beauty.” So far, the team and their students have successfully created gorgeous 3D printed objects using salt harvested … Continue reading

26. May 2013 by objectblog1
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3D Print Your Own Fetus

Can’t wait to see what your baby will look like? Japanese company Fasotec has you covered. The engineering firm can take magnetic resonance images (MRI) of a developing fetus in the womb and convert them into a 3D-printed paperweight of … Continue reading

26. May 2013 by objectblog1
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Is 3D Printing the New Virtual Reality?

We are still in the Doom days of consumer 3D printing, maybe Doom II at best. I for one am totally excited that 3D printing is ‘the new virtual reality’, and I cannot wait to see what sort of products … Continue reading

12. May 2013 by objectblog1
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PBS: Will 3D Printing Change the World?

12. May 2013 by objectblog1
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Lab Equipment Made With 3-D Printers Could Cut Costs by 97%

Read on here. Then 3D printing molecules? Image source

01. May 2013 by objectblog1
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3D Printed Protohouse

The Protohouse project was developed in the Architectural Association School’s Design Research Lab within the ‘behavioral matter’ studio of Robert Stuart-Smith. The Protohouse investigated the architectural potential of the latest Selective Laser Sintering technologies, testing the boundaries of large scale … Continue reading

26. April 2013 by objectblog1
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Edible Printing

Whoever first thought to use chocolate as a printing medium rather than the usual resins is a true genius. While we’ve been molding chocolate into bunnies, Santa Clauses, and various delicious textures for centuries we’ve finally reached the age where … Continue reading

22. April 2013 by objectblog1
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Ford and Daimler Are 3-D

Ford Motor may have a mammoth research, development, and engineering budget of $5.3 billion, but it also recognizes the value of spending micro amounts to invigorate its innovation. Recently, Ford engineers have utilized open-source 3-D printers made for the home … Continue reading

17. February 2013 by objectblog1
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Inner Leaf Marine Shoes

3D printed of course.  

17. February 2013 by objectblog1
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