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3D Printing Medical Solutions - Future Earth

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Amazing stylish design 3Dprinted cast revolution from Jake Evill and Cortex Cast Systems. Broken bones and the stylish hygienic solution.

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Play-Doh 3D Printer – L'imprimante 3D pour les enfants ! | Ufunk.net

Play-Doh 3D Printer – L'imprimante 3D pour les enfants ! | Ufunk.net | 3Dprinting | Scoop.it
Avec la popularité grandissante des imprimantes 3D, c'était inévitable, voici la Play-Doh 3D Printer, l'imprimante 3D pour les enfants qui fonctionne avec.
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4-D Printing: The Solution to a $350 Billion Problem?

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4-D Printing: The Solution to a $350 Billion Problem?

By Josh Grasmick, The Daily ReckoningAug 26, 2013, 11:16 AM  

You’ve heard about 3-D printing technology. It’s poised to revolutionize the future of manufacturing globally. We call it the “Click, Print Anything Revolution.”

 

But do you know about 4-D printing?

 

4-D printing tech is what happens when 3-D printing gets “smart.” Like a seed that follows the inner instructions of its DNA, 3-D printed materials can be programmed to self-assemble.

 

These new materials can shift shapes in response to outside forces, such as contact with water, air, gravity, magnets and/or temperature change. “The idea behind 4-D printing,” says director of MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab Skylar Tibbits, “is that you take multimaterial 3-D printing… and you add a new capability, which is transformation.”

 

Tibbits is collaborating with Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) to further his 4-D printing project at the Self-Assembly Lab. They believe the tech is powerful enough to disrupt “biology, material science, software, robotics, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure, construction, the arts and even space exploration.”

 


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A brief history of 3D printing [infographic]

A brief history of 3D printing [infographic] | 3Dprinting | Scoop.it

 

This infographic takes you through three decades of the history of 3D printing, beginning with Charles Hull in 1984.

 

Starting with 3D Systems founder Charles Hull experimenting with rapid prototyping in 1984, to printing a human jaw in 2013, this infographic takes you through three decades of 3D printing histor

 

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http://www.3dprinter.net/a-brief-history-of-3d-printing-infographic

 


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Could Future Astronauts 3D Print Habitats Using Mars and Moon Soil?

Could Future Astronauts 3D Print Habitats Using Mars and Moon Soil? | 3Dprinting | Scoop.it

 

Right now, there are dozens of theoretical proposals for how humans could eventually populate Mars (or the Moon), each as crazy as the next: Space elevator. Inflatables. Giant 3D printer.

 


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LabFab-Imprimante 3D-Thingiverse/FabLab-3D printer-Thingiverse ...

LabFab-Imprimante 3D-Thingiverse/FabLab-3D printer-Thingiverse ... | 3Dprinting | Scoop.it
En Octobre 2012, je rencontre pour la première fois l'équipe du Labfab lors de Viva-Cités a Rennes. Je leur parle de mon handicap, de la prothèse myoéléctrique que je porte, de l'évolution dans ce domaine ces dernières ...
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3D Printed Self-Assembling Audi Car Concept

3D Printed Self-Assembling Audi Car Concept | 3Dprinting | Scoop.it

 

Nir Siegel ran off with the Pilkington Award for Best Design Interpretation for what he calls the Audi Genesis project. The design is a forward-looking view of the sort.

 


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