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Exciting Developments in Uses of 3D Printing in Education

Exciting Developments in Uses of 3D Printing in Education | 3D Printing | Scoop.it
This fascinating emerging technology is finding its way into colleges, universities, and high schools and bringing powerful possibilities to teaching various

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Mataerial - New method of additive 3D manufacturing / @mataerial

Mataerial - New method of additive 3D manufacturing / @mataerial | 3D Printing | Scoop.it
The project is a new method of additive manufacturing that allows for creating 3D objects on any given working surface independently of its inclination and smoothness, and without a need of additional support structures.
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Anti-gravity 3D printing - video

Video showing Mataerial, a project that will allow users to create 3D objects on any given working surface (RT @guardiantech: Anti-gravity 3D printing - video http://t.co/Qqaq9rgNfe)...
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3D-Printed Fully Adjustable Mouse - 3D Printing Industry

3D-Printed Fully Adjustable Mouse - 3D Printing Industry | 3D Printing | Scoop.it

 

PyottDesign LLC has created an innovative size-adjustable 3D printed case for a mouse.

 

ChCharlie Pyott of PyottDesign LLC has created an innovative size-adjustable 3D printed case for a mouse.

 TThe outer surfaces of the mouse can be individually positioned for an ergonomic fit, then locked into position, providing personalized customization for any hand. I may be the only person far-out enough to see a Batman ‘Tumbler’ here though…

The design was printed in a single build, interlocking hinge components assembled, ready to go. The case is then added to an existing mouse without it’s shell casing. Handily the expandable design is very much not aimed at children, I’d hate to think what some would do given the chance to access the inner workings

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During development Pyott also also utilized a series of 3D-printable tools to assist in prototyping the parts in a series of hinge boards to verify the minimum tolerances for the hinges. This 3D-printed mouse is available through Shapeways for €65.

 


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3D Printer Revolutionized Hip Replacement Surgery

3D Printer Revolutionized Hip Replacement Surgery | 3D Printing | Scoop.it

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Tony Sacksteder's curator insight, June 3, 2013 8:50 AM

Not a new use case, but a good example of a yet to be fully realized application. Advances in materials will only further the potential.