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FabClay: Adobe Homes of the Future

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Students from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona developed an automated method for constructing buildings out of clay.
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3d printing with metal, titanium & aluminum demo by EOS @ MDM 2013

Jessica presents two 3d printed metal samples made with EOS 3d printers. A Formula 1 race car custom heat exchanger and artificial joints. Part 1. of EOS 3d ...
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3D Printing’s Potential Impact on Solar Energy

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A team from MIT has been working on an innovative 3D design project, which is intending to more than double the solar power generated from a given area.
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CineversityTV's curator insight, March 13, 2013 6:07 AM

when will it be on the market?

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3D Printed Cellular Loop Biomimetic Chair Grown From Nature’s Principles

3D Printed Cellular Loop Biomimetic Chair Grown From Nature’s Principles | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
The chair represents the height of design. This iconic piece of furniture is so simple that the process of performing any modification to it is a tightrope walk between pointlessly ornate and unneeded understatement.
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Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer Using 3D Scanning

The teaser announces a new video game (developed by Polish video game company CD Projekt RED) based on Cyberpunk 2020 – an RPG system created by Mike Pondsmith back in the 90's.
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Lee Cronin: 3D Print your own medicine

Chemist Lee Cronin is working on a 3D printer that, instead of objects, is able to print molecules. An exciting potential long-term application: printing you...
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Sworoba OyetKep's curator insight, March 11, 2013 3:50 AM

Lee Cronin came up with this briliant idea of being able to print medicine using a 3d printer. Sounds amazing and there's a posibilty that this could acually functioning in the future. With the rapid technological advances, I belive Mr. Cronin's theory could be successful. In order for this to work it will require hardware, software and chemical inks. This universal set of chemical inks embedded into the printer will have the capability to download the blue print of an organic chemistty for that molecule and create it.These are the baby steps towards being able to create molecules through software. This would mean that chemisty will now function as an app, chemists' would be. With this in mind we could download a diagnostic that could prevent new species of bateria or whatever the issue may be.One cool aspect of this could be personalising medicine to suit individual needs through taking your own stem cells plus genes and embedding it into the 3D printer. With critical thinking such as of Mr. Cronin, the future seems limitless. 

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Afinia Adds New Filament Options to 3D Printing Material Range

Afinia Adds New Filament Options to 3D Printing Material Range | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
Afinia, suppliers of the Afinia H-Series 3D printer, has just recently introduced three new varieties of its ‘Value Line’ ABS Filament.
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Kühling&Kühling – Another New 3D Printer from Germany - 3D Printing Industry

Kühling&Kühling – Another New 3D Printer from Germany - 3D Printing Industry | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
Newly released “Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial” 3D printer is said to address some well-known issues that exist amongst other desktop-grade 3D printers and RepRap designs
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3D Print Rocket Engines?

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Could 3D printable open-source rocket engines be the next frontier? That’s the hope of DIYRockets, a company which advocates the open-source development of space.
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Inside 3D Printing

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The 3D printing revolution has arrived and Inside 3D Printing is the first business to business conference and expo to delve into the present and future impact of 3D printing. Join us on April 22-23 in New York City, and immerse yourself in two full days of tutorials and seminars that will give you a blueprint for how to invest and utilize 3D printing in coming years. And, you will not want to miss the exhibition hall packed with the latest 3D printers and services. Be a part of this cutting-edge event!


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ManufacturingStories's curator insight, March 7, 2013 9:08 AM

A great chance to learn and see what's going on in this rapidly growing DIY & Industrial Technology

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9 Nifty Items That Were Created With 3D Printers

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3D printing technology is making its way into regular production and the results are really cool. (via Reuters )
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3D Printing a Major Theme of SXSW

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3D printing for the masses has the potential to rewrite the rules of manufacturing by removing the need to make things in large quantities.

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New elastic 3D Printer filament

Experimental elastic flexible 3d printing filament 1.75mm suitable for Reprap, UP, Makerbot extruders 1.75mm, best 3d printing temperature 250-260c, printed ...
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Free SCENECT App Opens up 3D Scanning to a Wider Audience

Free SCENECT App Opens up 3D Scanning to a Wider Audience | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
FARO technologies has created an application called SCENECT, that uses the depth sensor in an XBOX Kinect or an Asus’ Xtion PRO LIVE to create 3D models for printing
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Multithread – 3D Printed Furniture

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Multithread is a 3D printing design project based on a specifically written software programme that has been developed to fix structural flaws in designed objects.
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MakerBot® and Autodesk Partner to Bring 3D Design and 3D Printing to Everyone

AUSTIN, Texas, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MakerBot, a leader in desktop 3D printing, and Autodesk, a leader...
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MakerBot unveils prototype Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner, promises easier 3D printing

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Well, that was quick. Bre Pettis just started delivering South By Southwest's opening remarks and may well have taken the wraps off the biggest news of
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Scientists Say 3D Printing Can Create Stem Cells

Scientists say that 3D printing can create stem cells. Stem cells can now be produced using a form of 3D printing technology. (1,1,1) Developed by scientists...
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Sworoba OyetKep's curator insight, March 11, 2013 3:46 AM

In this youtube video, In Edinburgh, Scotland Heriot-Watt University scientis are developing the future of 3D printers. They're developing a 3D printing technology that is capable of creating human embrotic stem cells. With the aid of this technological breakthrough some medical condition will be able to be preventable plus it could spark other advances inovations to be invented. This scientic development is still in its trial and error transition, Although this video may not be used in my assignment part b, it will be used to support my research on future purposes of 3D printers.

 

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Leaders Of The 3D Printing Revolution

You Should Subscribe to The Creators Project: http://goo.gl/WLsTz Shapeways opens up 3D printing to the masses, allowing us to design and share our ideas as ...
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Still Extruding: RepRap Price Points

In this edition we cover the lowest price one could build a RepRap for currently ($350ish), and the most money one could put into one as a self sourced machi...
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Bioprinting Dinner, And Maybe Even Organs

Bioprinting Dinner, And Maybe Even Organs | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
Think about the meat on your plate and where it comes from. Consider the process from slaughter to table. Science at Modern Meadow has potentially devised a way to print a 3D model of meat that may be gracing your table in lieu of cow.
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Rethinking objects and form are key to 3D printing revolution - Reuters

LEUVEN, Belgium (Reuters) - 3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the...
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