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Make: reader, Palenoue, sent me to go check out this great wiki about making your own Fabber. A fabber is something every maker should be dreaming of, imagine how fun it would be to make custom par...
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Photo credit: 3Ders.org. used 3D scanner to scan the patient's ear and then the data was sent to the 3D printer. Using processed starch the printer laid down material in layers and completed the printing job in just an one hour.
A design student has created what might be the lightest running shoe ever made.
Though still in the concept phase, designers foresee aircraft-hanger sized 3D printers making planes with with bendable, synthetic features.
A designer 3D-prints spiky customized running shoes that may help improve an athlete's performance on the track. Read this blog post by Amanda Kooser on Crave.
If you have access to a 3D printer you can turn trash into small self-irrigating planters that are perfect for giving your plants a good start.
The Smartest Dumb Use Yet for 3-D Printing: Personalized Bobbleheads...
There are 2 general ways in which 3D printing is responding to the global change...
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A Great Video exploring 3D printing this design WITH and WITHOUT support on the Cube 3D Printer:youtube.com/watch?
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New rigid and rubber-like digital materials for Objet's Connex 3D multi-material printing systems offer improved toughness, more shore scale values, and resistance to heat.
So long, Nike. The next big thing in the world of shoes might not come from an overseas factory but from a printer. A 3D printer, that is.
Sponsored Post 3d-printing is fast becoming a profitable industry, not to mention a fascinating hobby. We stopped by the offices of Moddler, a custom 3D printing shop that has done work for artists...
Do you have a product idea you want to create, or even send to a 3D printer like Ponoko the Makerbot? Do you love concept design, character art, or just visualizing your ideas in 3D space?
Alien life forms and skeletal details emerge from an eccentric collection of 3D-printed shoes. Read this blog post by Amanda Kooser on Crave.
Well, it probably won't be free for most of us who don't have our own 3D printers, but still this is a great-looking case, perfect for all of the Apple fanboys who just love the Mac Pro.
Three-dimensional printers are opening up new worlds to research.
Jun.27, 2012 - An avid group of 3D printing enthusiasts in the UK have decided to apply what they learned about the process of 3D printing to create an extrusion device...