We ve seen 3D printers make chocolate, pizza, pasta and more. Here s one that prints fruits. Or rather, fruits. Developed by English company Dovetailed, the printer uses drops of fruit juice to form food using a culinary process called
From toys and tools now to fashion and food in the future — 3D printing is well on its way to changing how we make things in our homes that we’re used to running out to the store to pick up. We’ve seen that concept expand to art (beautiful sculptures!) and even beauty (beautiful nail art!), but the latest 3D printing first has us wanting one of our own. The first 3D printed tattoo has been tatted. And you can tattoo it too.
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The assembly line isn't going away, but 3-D printing is going to reshape how we make cars. The EDAG Genesis points the way, with an beautifully crafted frame made from a range of materials and inspired by a turtle's skeleton.
Following Nervous System’s launch of its Kinematics app, it has introduced a beautiful proof-of-concept in the form of a 3D-printed nylon bodice, which has debuted in NYC at Apexart’s “Coding the Body” exhibition.