The Future Of 3D Printing Technology May Be Here Right Now. Additive manufacturing lets us manufacture things not by assembling bits and pieces but by almost extruding them one atom at a time ( or so we hope) which we refer to as printing. In fact we call it 3D printing and I am sure […]

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More and More Products to be 3D Printed at Home. 3D printing techniques have quickly become some of the most widely used tools to rapidly design and build new components. It has potential to change manufacturing as we know not just for commercial goods but also for human tissue and even nano-machines.

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New Advancements in 3D Modelling for Virtual Reality. If you have ever logged on to Google Earth and taken a virtual trip to somewhere in the world that interests you, then you probably have a healthy respect for what 3d photography can look like. Commercial 3d [eafl id=9100 name=”water proof action camera” text=”camera”] technology is just […]

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Ceramics Using 3D Printing. 3D printing as a technology owes its value as a manufacturing process to the materials that it ultimately able to work with. Using 3D printing to manufacture a car for example using only plastic will not yield a product that can compete for reliable with conventional techniques. 

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Turning Off the Shelf Cameras into 3D Capture Devices. Here is some development news that I wish was in time for Christmas this year. Imagine with only a software upgrade if an off the shelf camera or smartphone ( with a camera) could be used to take and record 3D photographs that look 3D on […]

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3D Imaging technology coupled with 3D printing technology has proven to offer great opportunities for medical practitioners and patients alike. The technology is still evolving and engineers are working to find new applications, such as this one.

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3D it seems, this time around is more than just here to stay. In the 80’s, 3D briefly made an appearance on movie screens but the quality was poor, you needed funny paper glasses and their was very little in the way of content to go see.

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A 3D Printed UAV, Really? Additive manufacturing or 3d printing technology is changing so quickly that it is very hard to keep up with what is happening. The U.S. Department of Energy has 3d printed an entire Shelby Cobra replica car and the medical industry is printing body parts! Humans body parts?

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New Research into Growing Cells in 3D. Spinal cord injuries, common in sports such as race car driving, diving and equestrian are among the most devastating of injuries. Paralysis of limbs and body parts severely change a persons outlook for a happy life. Repairing or healing these injuries is not easy but there is much […]

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Harvard and 3D Printing Technology. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing as it is more commonly know, is revolutionizing the production of lightweight structures, soft robots and flexible electronics. This technology is changing how and where we manufacture goods and is likely to continue to have a profound impact on consumer products.

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