3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS
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3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS
This page is about 3D Printing (or Additive Manufacturing) and its possible developments over the course of the following 5 - 10 years
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20 great examples of print in 3D (2 of 2) | 3D printing | Page 2 | Creative Bloq

20 great examples of print in 3D (2 of 2) | 3D printing | Page 2 | Creative Bloq | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it
It's like living in the future. You want something, you press a button and a machine in your home starts producing it. Print in 3D puts the power to create in the hands of ordinary people, like US!
Daniel Booth's insight:

This page has products with video's included, on a range of possibilities including:

- Glove one,

- Spider 3D guitar,

- Atlas,

- Translucent toddler,

- N12 bikini,

- Edible brains,

- Printable food,

- Tantillus lathe,

- Turtle shells, and 

- Titanium jaw

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3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste

3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it

Two years ago, a Dutch student named Dirk Vander Kooij was designing furniture and preparing for his graduation project when he was inspired by an old 3D printer. So he got his hands on an industrial robot from a Chinese production line and reprogrammed it into a 3D printer to print furniture using recycled materials from old refrigerators."

Daniel Booth's insight:

This is the future, not only 3D printing but being able to use recyclable materials to produce furniture and not only in 1 design, variety and uniqueness are the key element here, and to be able to do it in 3 hours.

Why stop at chairs? What’s stopping any other product being designed this very way? 

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Mercor's curator insight, March 18, 2013 11:49 AM

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Jake Sieben's curator insight, March 22, 2013 9:00 AM

This article shows how 3D printing can be used to make practical things, such as chairs, out of recycled materials.

Chandan Gupta's curator insight, March 31, 2013 10:42 PM

The thing is why just not getting more than it. More and more things could be produced by it.

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How 3D Printing Will Transform Medicine And Manufacturing [INTERVIEW with Jochen Rode]

How 3D Printing Will Transform Medicine And Manufacturing [INTERVIEW with Jochen Rode] | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it

"Researchers will 3D-print your liver ... or your steak...You can have a custom-made implant—for instance, if you want to have a new tooth."

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This interview discusses:

- an overview of 3D technology,

- industry growth,

- 3D home printing, and

- 3D uses in a business

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Makerbot and Adafruit selling special edition 3D printer: Raspberry Pi, other kits included

Makerbot and Adafruit selling special edition 3D printer: Raspberry Pi, other kits included | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it

“..brought to our attention, Makerbot and Adafruit really do make an awesome duo. Think about it: one makes 3D printers, the other sells Arduino boards and pretty much everything else a tinkerer could possibly want.. just heard they've started selling a limited edition version of Makerbot's Replicator 2 3D printer, which will come bundled with three DIY kits you'd normally buy on a site like Adafruit. These include the Raspberry Pi, which you all know very well, along with the Timesquare DIY Watch Kit and MintyBoost, the open-source hardware charger.”

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20 great examples of print in 3D (1 of 2) | 3D printing | Creative Bloq

20 great examples of print in 3D (1 of 2) | 3D printing | Creative Bloq | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it
It's like living in the future. You want something, you press a button and a machine in your home starts producing it. Print in 3D puts the power to create in the hands of ordinary people, like US!
Daniel Booth's insight:

This page has products with video's included, on a range of possibilities including:

- Nuke lamp,

- Dinosaur bones,

- Mars rover,

- Yoda,

- Birds nest egg cup,

- Your face in chocolate,

- Customised iPhone case,

- Demon girl figure,

- Invisible shoes, and

- Ornate type

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3D printed organs from regenerative living cells

3D printed organs from regenerative living cells | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it

"..artificial body tissue is 3D printed on demand using the latest regenerative and bio-engineering medical technologies."

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Once mastered there will be limitless possibilities for replacement in both damaged or critically needed organs

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STEM Academy Partnership Leverages 3D Printing To Prepare Students for the Future -- THE Journal

STEM Academy Partnership Leverages 3D Printing To Prepare Students for the Future -- THE Journal | 3D PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS | Scoop.it

"STEM Academy, a non-profit focused on improving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education for all students, has partnered with 3D printing company Stratasys to enhance STEM programming... integrating 3D printers into STEM education gives students an opportunity to prototype three-dimensional objects and designs in the classroom setting, adding to the overall learning experience."

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Introduction of 3D Printers into education to assist and even to push the boundaries of thinking and creativity in youth, our future

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TPU 92A-1, the first fully-functional flexible material for 3D Printing

"Materialise is proud to announce the launch of a new Laser Sintered material: TPU 92A-1, a flexible 3D Printing material with unique properties,

...is the only 3D Printing material that combines:
- Durable elasticity
- High tear resistance
- High resistance to dynamic loading
- High abrasive resistance
- Snappy response 
- Good temperature range (-20°C to 80°C)"

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This is an example of a new material that opens the door to so many more, not just limited to hard plastic, creations now

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