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3D Printed House Plans

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When it comes to designing a home from the ground up, home builders often have a difficult time showing customers the completed results from drawings alone. Customers want to see how their house will look – before it is actually built, so they can make needed changes beforehand.Thanks to 3D printing technology though, that is now possible. The Plan Collection is an online house plan provider that has recently announced that they are incorporating 3D printing into their business, to allow customers to receive a 3D printed model of their prospective homes – in a smaller scale. It gives the homeowners a 3D printed model of their home, which is like a physical blueprint that they can actually see.
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3D Printing & Space (Part 1): An Interstellar Voyager - 3D Printing Industry

3D Printing & Space (Part 1): An Interstellar Voyager - 3D Printing Industry | smart cities | Scoop.it

 

3D Printing & Space (Part 1): 3DPI's Shane ponders on the effects and possibilities of 3D Printing and space.

 


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3D: printing the future

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3D is coming soon to the Antenna – Science News gallery, visit us to find out what 3D printing will do for you. 3D printers make real things from virtual designs, these ingenious machines have produced an estimated 5.2 million things in the past year in the UK alone.

 

As printers become easier to access, and more powerful, the number of 3D printed things will sky-rocket in a world-wide explosion of creativity.

 

But beware the hype! This won’t lead to the end of mass production just yet.

The exhibition reveals some incredible stories of innovative individuals and their 3D printed creations.

 

From organs printed with living cells to fuel-saving aeroplane parts and an ingenious music box customised to play your favourite tune.

 

Explore 3D printing through the designers, engineers, scientists and hackers who are harnessing the potential of this technology to turn new ideas into real things.

 


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