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3D Printing Promises To Make Even New Gun Controls Irrelevant - Reason 24/7 : Reason.com

3D Printing Promises To Make Even New Gun Controls Irrelevant - Reason 24/7 : Reason.com | it by bit | Scoop.it
Subversive innovation beats control freaks every time (3D Printing Promises To Make Even New Gun Controls Irrelevant:
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3D printing: A gimmick or a game changer?

3D printing: A gimmick or a game changer? | it by bit | Scoop.it
Despite being a decades old technology, 3D printing is still very much in its infancy with mass adoption still likely to be some way off....
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Can We Build Tomorrow's Breakthroughs? | MIT Technology Review

Can We Build Tomorrow's Breakthroughs? | MIT Technology Review | it by bit | Scoop.it
Manufacturing in the United States is in trouble. That’s bad news not just for the country’s economy but for the future of innovation.
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This 3D Printer Churns Out 3-Color Objects as Big as a Basketball

This 3D Printer Churns Out 3-Color Objects as Big as a Basketball | it by bit | Scoop.it
We all know size matters. As, seemingly, does 3D Systems, because its latest desktop 3D printer is a whopper, with a build platform that can handle designs of up to 1,030 cubic inches.
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One of the largest print volumes on the market. 

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You will soon be able to print your own real gun at home, on a 3D printer

You will soon be able to print your own real gun at home, on a 3D printer | it by bit | Scoop.it
Yes, it will be possible to print your own weapon. (@clearcup @JustSayEnough dude, talk about gun control..http://t.co/YoD7ipYL)
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Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing: The Editors MAKE of: 9781449357375: Amazon.com: Books

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Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing [The Editors MAKE of] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. The 3D printing revolution is well upon us, with new machines appearing at an amazing rate.
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The Difference Between Makers and Manufacturers | MIT Technology Review

The Difference Between Makers and Manufacturers | MIT Technology Review | it by bit | Scoop.it
Fans of 3-D printers and digital design tools argue that these technologies will transform the way we make goods. But can the “maker” movement really produce more than iPhone covers and jewelry?
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This Is What It Will Take For 3D Printing To Go Mainstream - Business Insider

This Is What It Will Take For 3D Printing To Go Mainstream - Business Insider | it by bit | Scoop.it
This Is What It Will Take For 3D Printing To Go Mainstream
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People who pay attention to the tech space love to wax hypothetical about how 3D printers could become a driving force in the future (myself included).
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The Digital Fabrication Weekly

The Digital Fabrication Weekly | it by bit | Scoop.it
The Digital Fabrication Weekly, by FabriCulture: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (The Digital Fabrication Weekly is out!
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Ford Motor Co., exploring the usefulness of 3D printing

Ford Motor Co., exploring the usefulness of 3D printing | it by bit | Scoop.it
Ford Motor Company bought its engineers a MakerBot Thing-O-Matic to explore 3D printing. On the one hand, this is a great development. On the other hand ...
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4300-pound Objet1000 3D printer is for the big jobs | Gadgets | Geek.com

4300-pound Objet1000 3D printer is for the big jobs | Gadgets | Geek.com | it by bit | Scoop.it
Dec. 31, 2012 - There's a big, mad rush right now to get 3D printers to a point where they can be in people's homes. Meanwhile, on the industrial side of that coin -- which
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Mcor wins 3D printing deal with US office supplies giant Staples

Mcor wins 3D printing deal with US office supplies giant Staples | it by bit | Scoop.it
Irish technology company Mcor has secured a breakthrough US$25bn deal with office supplies giant Staples that will see Staples deploy a new service that will provide customers with 3D printouts at their local outlets.
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Sculpteo and Particule 14 at Milan with 3D printing | 3D printing | Sculpteo

Sculpteo and Particule 14 at Milan with 3D printing | 3D printing | Sculpteo | it by bit | Scoop.it
Sculpteo and Particule 14 introduce design made with 3D printing and rapid prototyping at Milan
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3D print service turns children's drawings into sculptures (Wired UK)

3D print service turns children's drawings into sculptures (Wired UK) | it by bit | Scoop.it
CrayonCreatures is the invention of Bernat Cuni, a Spanish designer working in Barcelona with a focus on emerging 3D printing applications
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Type A Machines: Series 1

Type A Machines: Series 1 | it by bit | Scoop.it
Introducing the Series 1, a low cost desktop 3D printer, bringing together outstanding quality and functionality. Get Creating.
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Want it? Make it. That's the possibility of 3D printing - MyBroadband

Want it? Make it. That's the possibility of 3D printing - MyBroadband | it by bit | Scoop.it
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Want it? Make it. That's the possibility of 3D printing MyBroadband It is the stuff of science fiction – implants for the human body, matching a recipient's dimensions exactly and printed from titanium powder, much like the way an...
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How 3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Affordable Housing

How 3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Affordable Housing | it by bit | Scoop.it
Quite simply fantastic “@PSFK: How 3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Affordable Housing http://t.co/sDadxC4M”; #sustainbrands cc:@dvlahov
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NPR: It's not a 3D printer, it's a magic box!

NPR: It's not a 3D printer, it's a magic box! | it by bit | Scoop.it
NPR's All Things Considered aired a report, interviewing Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen, industry analyst Terry Wohlers, and author Chris Anderson. (RT @3DPrinter_net NPR: It’s not a 3D printer, it’s a magic box!
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Portabee Launches Portable, Robust, Affordable 3D Printer for Under $500

Portabee Launches Portable, Robust, Affordable 3D Printer for Under $500 | it by bit | Scoop.it
RT @inhabitat: Portabee recently launched a portable, powerful and affordable 3D printer for under $500 http://t.co/PA8j1LgD
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Will Personal 3-D Printing Take Off? | MIT Technology Review

Will Personal 3-D Printing Take Off? | MIT Technology Review | it by bit | Scoop.it
Inexpensive 3-D printers aimed at consumers are toys, not the factories of the future.
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New plastic could revolutionise 3D printing of electronic products

New plastic could revolutionise 3D printing of electronic products | it by bit | Scoop.it
A new plastic that allows electronic products to be printed using standard 3D printers could "revolutionise the world around us".

Via Artilect FabLab Toulouse
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Artilect FabLab Toulouse's curator insight, December 19, 2012 12:10 AM

3D printing starts to become interesting! 

Vivalist's curator insight, December 20, 2012 6:07 AM

Carbomorph is a material that widen potential use of 3D printers in the electronic field

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What Should Be Shapeways New Year 3D Printing Resolution - Shapeways Blog on 3D Printing News & Innovation

What Should Be Shapeways New Year 3D Printing Resolution - Shapeways Blog on 3D Printing News & Innovation | it by bit | Scoop.it
In many places it is already 2013, but as the hour draws near to Shapeways HQ in New York City, we would like to know, what should be our new year 3D printing resolution? How many microns in what material?
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Tech predictions for 2013: Big Data, robots, 3D printing and 4G

Tech predictions for 2013: Big Data, robots, 3D printing and 4G | it by bit | Scoop.it
John Kennedy casts a cautious eye on 2013, the year that 4G finally begins to roll out in Ireland in tandem with superfast fibre services.
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Me Yourself with 3D Printing - Core77

Me Yourself with 3D Printing - Core77 | it by bit | Scoop.it
Industrial Design content and community site - articles, discussions, interviews and resources.
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Home 3D Printing Now More Affordable With PandaBot

Home 3D Printing Now More Affordable With PandaBot | it by bit | Scoop.it
Home 3D printing just got a lot more affordable with the Panda Bot. It's a new project currently looking for funding in order to bring it to the market.
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