With all technology, prices tend to come down as time goes on. This was seen within the personal computer market and the 2-dimensional printer market, and now we are starting to really see this happen within the 3D printing space as well.
A 3D-printed beak has been made for a sea turtle badly injured in a collision with a boat’s propeller.
Kids know that there isnât anything that canât be done with LEGO bricks; however, sometimes adults can be a bit skeptical. That skepticism should be put to restÂ nowÂ with a project undertaken at the Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, FL.
The Formlabs Form 1+ is an incredibly accurate 3D printer, capable of reproducing mind-blowing intricate models. It’s also a costly and slow machine.
The world’s first 3D-printed wearable containing living bacteria, designed to support the human wearer as a type of “living spacesuit” on trips to outer space, has been displayed at TED 2015.
The advent of 3D printing techniques in the modern era has created a surging wave of interest within many manufacturing industries across the country and the world. And the rate at which the technology is advancing is staggering, to say the least. A recent paper by Dr. Jean-Marie Floch et al.
L’Oreal needs human skin. Lots of it. That’s why the French cosmetics giant earlier this month announced that it’s partnering with bioprinting startup Organovo to figure out how to 3D print living, breathing derma that can be used to test products for toxicity and efficacy….
3D Printing Allows Researchers to Control a Smartphone with Sound Waves
It’s no secret that Disney Research is incredibly interested in all aspects of 3D printing. We’ve seen what seems like a laundry list of innovative applications for the technology, coming from the talent at Disney.
One Finnish entrepreneur believes he has hit the sweet spot where the modern penchant to immortalise oneself meets the desire to collect keepsakes. Itâs the 3D statue and it allows individuals to create lasting tributes to their nearest and dearest â including themselves.
Futurists see the rapid advance of 3-D technology radically changing the way houses are built