Archive for 3D Printing Revolution’ Category

3D printing – The right printing service satisfying your specific needs
Mar

17

2015

3D printing – The right printing service satisfying your specific needs

In the future you can see wide range of development in 3D printing industry. Just imagine a device connected to a computer can print whatever the design you wish to. The emerging technology of 3D printing will change the world since people find various benefits out of it. It is the best way to reduce the cost of error where they can validate and modify…

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MIT Researchers create 3D printed underwater robot for port security
Oct

29

2014

MIT Researchers create 3D printed underwater robot for port security

On the face of it, this new security device looks remarkably like a cat toy. However, this deceptive 3D printed device is a mini robot designed to alter underwater security as we know it. The kind of gadget we might associate with a James Bond movie, also happens to be very practical.It is discrete, waterproof, easy to reproduce and affordable. MIT engineering team, which includes…

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3D Printing Transforms Popular 4WD Racing in Japan
Sep

24

2014

3D Printing Transforms Popular 4WD Racing in Japan

Four wheel drive racing is a particularly popular hobby in Japan which is currently being transformed by the numerous new possibilities that 3D printing offers. This was particularly evident at the fun event recently held in Tokyo that was organized by the team behind FabCafe Shibuya. Open to

3D Printing to Help Disabled Children
Sep

23

2014

3D Printing to Help Disabled Children

A new crowd funding initiative was recently launched with the aim of improving the lives of disabled children all over the world through the help of 3D printing. This initiative goes by the name Andiamo, and is raising funds to build a service for kids who suffer from various debilitating physical defects. The team behind Andiamo hopes to use 3D printing to create a service…

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Scientists 3D Print Shoulder for Patient
Sep

3

2014

Scientists 3D Print Shoulder for Patient

A patient in Rijnland Hospital in Leiderdorp, the Netherlands becomes the latest beneficiary of the 3D printing revolution happening in the prosthetic industry. The patient will undergo surgery for the replacement of their shoulder in which a part or the entire glenohumeral joint will be replaced by a prosthetic implant that was made using a 3D printer. This is the very first time that such…

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Clug 3D Printed Bike Racks Now Available
Aug

4

2014

Clug 3D Printed Bike Racks Now Available

Clug is a tiny smart clip that is designed for storing and securing bikes. The creation of a hurdler design studio based in Vancouver, Clug works almost like a hug for the bike. It is hard to believe how such a small clip can work so well, yet Clug is one of the easiest and cheapest means of mounting a bike to the wall. Clug…

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3D Printing Combined with Caxixi, Brazilian Musical Instrument
Jul

5

2014

3D Printing Combined with Caxixi, Brazilian Musical Instrument

The caxixi is a percussion musical instrument that is popularly found in Brazil and other African countries. Made from a hand woven closed basket that contains seeds or particles, the caxixi musical instrument has today been made available in the form of 3D printed rattling rings. Pronounced Kah-shi-shi in Brazilian Portuguese language, the 3D printed instrument can today be used both as a percussion instrument…

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Broken Bells Fans Get to 3D Print Figurines from New Album
Jun

23

2014

Broken Bells Fans Get to 3D Print Figurines from New Album

In order to stand out from the crowd, companies are increasingly turning to 3D printed concept models as smart marketing tools for launching innovative promotion campaigns. The latest kid on the block to do this is Broken Bells, an American indie rock band. To help in the promotion of “After the Disco”, their latest album, Broken Bells has offered fans the ability of 3D printing…

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Koenigsegg to 3D Print Parts for the World’s Fastest Car
Jun

19

2014

Koenigsegg to 3D Print Parts for the World’s Fastest Car

As part of its 20th birthday celebrations, Swedish automaker Koenigsegg unveiled the launch of the Agera One:1, a hyper car that’s slated to become the “world’s first mega car”. This is the first production car that will offer a 1:1 power to weight ratio as it weighs 1340kg and produces 1322bhp (1340 metric horsepower). The company intends to capitalize on 3D scanning and 3D printing…

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Lost Luggage? Just 3D Print A New One
Jun

6

2014

Lost Luggage? Just 3D Print A New One

Designer Janne Kyttanen, the Creative Director for 3D Systems, has been shaping the future of consumer 3D printing for some time now. In doing so, he has come up with 3D printed Platform Bag, as well as a series of 3D printable files that enable users to send luggage via email. In this way, travelers are able to move round the world unencumbered and arrive…

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