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3D Printed Dress on the Catwalk at Paris Fashion Week

For the first time ever, designers have 3D printed a multi-material dress composed of both rubber-like and rigid elements that are 3D printed simultaneously ...

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3D Printed Jewelry Takes Design Cues From Parasites - PSFK

3D Printed Jewelry Takes Design Cues From Parasites - PSFK | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Unique designer creates wearable fungus-like items.
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Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes

Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Ankle injuries such as sprains and stress fractures are common, particularly with athletes. Around 25,000 people per day -- both athletes and non-athletes, adul
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This 3D-printed fantasy dress can very literally kick butt

This 3D-printed fantasy dress can very literally kick butt | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Wipprecht's "Spiderdress" exemplifies the trend of wearable technology. It's an article of clothing that integrates robotics and sensors to give the wearer capabilities she wouldn't have otherwise.”
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Could Ikea-style 'flatpack clothes' be the future of fashion?

Could Ikea-style 'flatpack clothes' be the future of fashion? | shubush digital | Scoop.it
A Swedish businessman thinks we should be able to construct minimalist clothes from basic kits. But would you want to make your own T-shirt and trousers?
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3D printing a 'lab on a chip'

3D printing a 'lab on a chip' | shubush digital | Scoop.it
A 'lab on a chip' can theoretically take a minuscule sample of blood, run all of the required tests at once inside tiny channels embedded in the chip, and produce nearly instantaneous results.
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3-D printing used to guide human face transplants

3-D printing used to guide human face transplants | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Researchers are using computed tomography and 3-D printing technology to recreate life-size models of patients' heads to assist in face transplantation surgery, according to a new study.”
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Jana Winderen + Marc Fornes: The Situation Room

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Eric Topol calls out 6 startups that are giving healthcare power to the people

Eric Topol calls out 6 startups that are giving healthcare power to the people | shubush digital | Scoop.it
These digital health and medical device startups were highlighted in talk by Eric Topol of Scripps Translational Science Institute on democratized healthcare
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JuicyPrint: 3D Printer Which Only Uses Fruit Juice, Bacteria & Light Could Have Huge Benefits Within Medicine

JuicyPrint: 3D Printer Which Only Uses Fruit Juice, Bacteria & Light Could Have Huge Benefits Within Medicine | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ We have seen a lot of crazy, innovative, unique ideas emerge within the 3D printing space within the past year alone. When one speaks of 3D printing, they a”
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3ders.org - 3D printed cork eyewear 'Oak and Dust' are customized to fit your face | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - 3D printed cork eyewear 'Oak and Dust' are customized to fit your face | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Using Rhino to create CAD models and a plug-in known as Grasshopper, Adrian Goegl designed unique, custom eyeglass frames. These were then printed in polyamide provided by i.materialise's online 3D printing service.
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The Big Picture: building a 3D-printed moon base

The Big Picture: building a 3D-printed moon base | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Did the European Space Agency's concept of a 3D-printed moon base seem too outlandish? Don't worry -- the institution has just posted a video (below)

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Multi-material 3D-printed designs by Zaha Hadid and Francis Bitonti

Multi-material 3D-printed designs by Zaha Hadid and Francis Bitonti | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ ACADIA used its annual conference to show products created with the latest additive manufacturing technologies, including a 3D-printed chair by Zaha Hadid.”
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Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes

Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Ankle injuries such as sprains and stress fractures are common, particularly with athletes. Around 25,000 people per day -- both athletes and non-athletes, adul
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3D-printed structural components will lead to "new building shapes"

3D-printed structural components will lead to "new building shapes" | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Ben Hobson | 3d printing, all, architecture, architecture movies, arup, Dezeen and MINI Frontiers, Dezeen movies, Interviews, Movies, Technology, technology movies”
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The promise of medical 3D priniting

The promise of medical 3D priniting | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ 3D printing will have a transformative and revolutionary impact on the medical industry. We have already witnessed huge leaps in prosthetics and bioprinting, but the next few years will reveal the true power of 3D printing.”
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3D Printed Nanostructures so Cheap They Could be Done in Your Garage

3D Printed Nanostructures so Cheap They Could be Done in Your Garage | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ It's called 'nanolithography,' and researchers say it's a process which takes advantage of transparent nanoscale spheres to build three-dimensional structures a”
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3-D printing used to guide human face transplants

3-D printing used to guide human face transplants | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Researchers are using computed tomography and 3-D printing technology to recreate life-size models of patients' heads to assist in face transplantation surgery, according to a new study.”
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Jana Winderen + Marc Fornes: The Situation Room

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Will We See Prototypes of 4-D Printed Medical Devices in 2015? | EMDT - European Medical Device Technology

Will We See Prototypes of 4-D Printed Medical Devices in 2015? | EMDT - European Medical Device Technology | shubush digital | Scoop.it
After researchers began describing the variation of 3-D printing over a year ago, 4-D printed medical applications could see the prototype stage by end of next year, according to analysts.
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Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk - YouTube

Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk - YouTube | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk Subscribe for more WIRED UK: http://bit.ly/WiredSubscribe”;
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Minale-Maeda’s 3D Printed Connector Can be Downloaded to Make DIY Furniture

Minale-Maeda’s 3D Printed Connector Can be Downloaded to Make DIY Furniture | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Italo-Japanese Studio Minale-Maeda has come up with Keystones, a little clever connector for making your own furniture.”
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Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk - YouTube

Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk - YouTube | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Skylar Tibbits wants to turn the world's materials into autonomous robots: Full WIRED2014 talk Subscribe for more WIRED UK: http://bit.ly/WiredSubscribe”;
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Open source library for 3D printed medical devices

Open source library for 3D printed medical devices | shubush digital | Scoop.it
The world of medicine could become a lot cheaper, thanks to a team of researchers at Michigan Technological University (MTU).Engineer Joshua Pearce and his team of researchers at MTU created an entire digital library of open source designs for a particular medical device, a syringe pump. Each design comes in the form of a printable file that can be 3D printed with aRepRap 3D printer, and each file can be customized by doctors according to their needs. The team posted their findings in a research paper titled Open-Source Syringe Pump Library.Professional medical syringe pumps, which are frequently used by doctors for drug delivery to administer precise amounts of medicine, can cost between hundreds to thousands of dollars. By creating an open library of customizable printable syringe pump files, the team at MTU have enabled anyone with access to a 3D printer to attain a pump for a fraction of the cost. Whereas syringe pumps would previously cost thousands of dollars, doctors can now print them for nothing more than the cost of filament.
“Not only have we designed a single syringe pump, we’ve designed all future syringe pumps,” said Pearce. “Scientists can customize the design of a pump for exactly what they are doing, just by changing a couple of numbers in the software.”Another breakthroughPearce and his team tested out the library for themselves, using a 3D printer to print various pump designs. They decided to expand their idea even further and incorporate a Raspberry Pi as a wireless controller. With the Raspberry Pi, they could control the syringe pump remotely. This breakthrough could allow doctors to control medical devices even while not physically present.
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La democratización llega también a la fabricación de dispositivos médicos

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3ders.org - German scientists turn to 3D printing technology to create artificial textiles | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - German scientists turn to 3D printing technology to create artificial textiles | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ A team of scientists consisting of R. Melnikowa, A. Ehrmann and K. Finsterbusch sought to artificially recreate textile structures using 3D printing technology. And as different printing technologies and filaments come with different advantages and disadvantages, they even tried several approaches.”
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