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3D-printed fashion: off the printer, rather than off the peg

3D-printed fashion: off the printer, rather than off the peg | 3D printing | Scoop.it

Latest collection by Iris van Herpen shows that new 3D-printing technology is heading for the catwalk, and eventually the high street The most eye-catching prints in fashion aren't florals or leopardskin but printouts.


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3d printing adds boost for fashion, the possibilities are endless!

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Avi Reichental Talks 3D Printing Present and Future at TED

Avi Reichental Talks 3D Printing Present and Future at TED | 3D printing | Scoop.it
There was a time when we got bread from the baker around the block and clothes from our local tailor. Our CEO Avi Reichental’s grandfather was a cobbler who catered to nearby customers, providing custom-built shoes for specific feet. But somewhere in the industrial revolution, this kind of localized commerce and the craftsmanship that it thrived on was washed out. (Image via blog.ted.com)
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Bioprinting World Features Latest Info and Videos on Bioprinting 3D Printing Medical Technology

Bioprinting is a new area of research and engineering that involves printing devices that deposit biological material. The long-term goal is that the technology could be used to create replacement organs or even entire organisms from raw biological materials. Cardiovascular scientists have announced that it will be possible to 3D print a whole heart from the patients’ own cells within a decade. A bioengineer has been quoted saying that the heart is one of the easiest organs to bioprint. In fact, scientists have already bioengineered a coronary artery and printed the smallest blood vessels in the heart used in microcirculation.


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Will 3D Printing Offer a Solution to Homelessness? | Inside3DP.com

Will 3D Printing Offer a Solution to Homelessness? | Inside3DP.com | 3D printing | Scoop.it
3D-printed house might soon offer a solution to people without a roof over their heads.

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Ray Fowler's curator insight, May 30, 2014 8:19 AM

Print a home!!!!! Lets hope that the foundations are not sand

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Modio App Allows Anyone to Create and 3D Print Toys | 3D Printer3D Printer

Modio App Allows Anyone to Create and 3D Print Toys | 3D Printer3D Printer | 3D printing | Scoop.it

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I can't wait to try this! 

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3D-printed fashion: off the printer, rather than off the peg

3D-printed fashion: off the printer, rather than off the peg | 3D printing | Scoop.it

Latest collection by Iris van Herpen shows that new 3D-printing technology is heading for the catwalk, and eventually the high street The most eye-catching prints in fashion aren't florals or leopardskin but printouts.


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3d printing adds boost for fashion, the possibilities are endless!

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3D Printing Basics: The Free Beginner's Guide - 3D Printing Industry

3D Printing Basics: The Free Beginner's Guide - 3D Printing Industry | 3D printing | Scoop.it
Welcome to The Beginner's Guide to 3D Printing and what is really is! Whether you're new to 3D printer technology or just looking to close a few knowledge gaps.

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This the real Beginner's guide. I recommend for all who would like to learn about 3D printing!

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Proto-Pasta Brings Carbon Fiber PLA to Public - 3D Printing Industry

Proto-Pasta Brings Carbon Fiber PLA to Public - 3D Printing Industry | 3D printing | Scoop.it
3D printing filament manufacturer ProtoPlant has launched its webstore for the purchase of its speciality filaments, which include Carbon Fiber Filled PLA.

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WTF: You’ve Got to Check Out the First Ever 3D Printed Tattoo

WTF: You’ve Got to Check Out the First Ever 3D Printed Tattoo | 3D printing | Scoop.it
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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3D printed 'nano-liver' could help poisoning and infection victims

3D printed 'nano-liver' could help poisoning and infection victims | 3D printing | Scoop.it
When 3D printing and nanotechnology get together for a party the results are actually good for your liver, according to researchers at the UC San Diego. They've managed to create a device that uses nanoparticles to trap ...
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Mink is a 3D Printer for Makeup - Paste Magazine

Mink is a 3D Printer for Makeup - Paste Magazine | 3D printing | Scoop.it
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Mink is a 3D Printer for Makeup
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The glamor of DIY makeup (think Youtube vloggers) and the convenience of 3D printing could collide in the very near future.
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scan it, print it, wear it: the future of fashion is 3D

scan it, print it, wear it: the future of fashion is 3D | 3D printing | Scoop.it
In the future you’ll be able to print your party dress at home, your T-shirt will be able to hug you, your clothes will clean themselves and models will just be holograms on the catwalk! Except wait… this is all happening right now.
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3ders.org - 10 completely 3D printed houses appears in Shanghai, built under a day | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - 10 completely 3D printed houses appears in Shanghai, built under a day | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | 3D printing | Scoop.it
A group of 3D printed houses, 200 m2 each, recently appears in Shanghai, China. These building were created entirely out of concrete using a gigantic 3D printer.

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They still need to assemble it but 3D printed homes are on the way!

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Will 3D Printing Upend Fashion Like Napster Crippled the Music Industry?

Will 3D Printing Upend Fashion Like Napster Crippled the Music Industry? | 3D printing | Scoop.it
With advances in 3D printing, the fashion industry is headed toward uncharted terrain in copyright law.
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Nike Bags 3DP Protection at World Cup - 3D Printing Industry

Nike Bags 3DP Protection at World Cup - 3D Printing Industry | 3D printing | Scoop.it
Nike is keen on 3D printing & will reveal the world’s first 3D printed performance sports bag which will first be seen at this year’s football World Cup in Brazil.

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3D-Printed Model Used to Assist in Pelvic Fracture Surgery | Bioprinting World

3D-Printed Model Used to Assist in Pelvic Fracture Surgery | Bioprinting World | 3D printing | Scoop.it

To prepare for the surgery, surgeons used a 3d printer to create a 3d model of the patient’s fractured pelvis to practice the procedure before the actual surgery. Surgeons at a hospital in Shanghai claimed to perform a successful operation assisted by 3D-printing technology on a bone-fractured patient in May, and she is expected to walk again in three months.


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3D-Printed Food Actually Looks (and Tastes) Pretty Delicious - The Wire

3D-Printed Food Actually Looks (and Tastes) Pretty Delicious - The Wire | 3D printing | Scoop.it
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3D-Printed Food Actually Looks (and Tastes) Pretty Delicious
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But rather than feeding them baby food for adults, Smoothfood creates melt-in-your-mouth food (literally) from fresh ingredients using a 3D printer.

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3D-printed sugar could be icing on the cake for kitchens of the future

3D-printed sugar could be icing on the cake for kitchens of the future | 3D printing | Scoop.it
LA husband-and-wife team adapt printing technique to explore 'intersection between technology, food and art'
For anyone who gets the munchies at the office, it sounds like a fantasy: print your own cake.

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Can I get a fork? :)

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Dreaming Pipes - developing small bagpipes using 3D printing

To create a new instrument using 3D printing, capable of playing two full octaves without altering the basic scale familiar to pipers.

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3D printing has more application than I can imagine.

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Ray Fowler's curator insight, April 3, 2014 2:35 AM

The limitless aspects of 3D printing are proof in this project = printing mini bag pipes. Interestingly the music is not "tiny"

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3ders.org - The world’s largest 3D printed installation to be featured in Coney Island | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - The world’s largest 3D printed installation to be featured in Coney Island | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | 3D printing | Scoop.it
Coney Island USA announced the exhibition of the world's largest art installation ever created with desktop 3D printer technology at the Coney Island Museum.

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World's First Braille Phone is 3D Printed

World's First Braille Phone is 3D Printed | 3D printing | Scoop.it
OwnFone is a London-based company that 3D printed the world's first braille phone.

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How 3D Printing in Space Will Change Space Development with Aaron Kemmer

Later this year Made In Space, in coordination with NASA, is launching the first 3D printer, specifically constructed for use in space, to the International Space Station. 3D printing on-site...
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3D printing in Space!

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Autodesk joins the 3D printer wars - CNET

Autodesk joins the 3D printer wars - CNET | 3D printing | Scoop.it
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Autodesk joins the 3D printer wars
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Wednesday, Autodesk announced its own 3D printer, along with an open-software 3D printing platform, known as Spark.
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Big players start to enter the market soon!

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Flying drone can '3D print' with foam, help carry away hazardous objects - Engadget

Flying drone can '3D print' with foam, help carry away hazardous objects - Engadget | 3D printing | Scoop.it
Flying drone can '3D print' with foam, help carry away hazardous objects
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Flying drones with 3D printers attached to their body: it was only a matter of time until the two technologies met.
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UConn Students 3D Print Two Different Artificial Kidneys - 3DPrint.com

UConn Students 3D Print Two Different Artificial Kidneys - 3DPrint.com | 3D printing | Scoop.it
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UConn Students 3D Print Two Different Artificial Kidneys
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We've been hearing a lot lately about the possibility of 3D bioprinting organs, such as livers, kidneys and hearts.
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This could help so many peoples!

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