Abdul Rehman

Audi 3D Print a Rover Which Will Travel Across the Moon

January 27, 2016

When Apollo pilots, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, landed on the moon in July 1969 and took their first steps on its surface, they began an era of space exploration for mankind. Since then, however, lunar exploration has largely been neglected by government organizations. In 2007, XPrize foundation reignited interest in moon exploration by announcing […]

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MIT Convert MRI Scans into 3D Printed Models in Hours

January 4, 2016

Surgery on sensitive organs like the heart and brain carry immense risk; one mistake on the part of the surgeon can mean death for his patient. That is why modern imaging techniques like MRI and CT Scans are so important in planning for surgery as they inform surgeons about what they’re going to find in the […]

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Melbourne Researchers 3D Print Brain Tissue

December 20, 2015

One of the most remarkable applications of 3D printing is tissue bioprinting. The ability to 3D print living human tissues from stem cells not only opens doors for direct experimentation on human tissue but also provides hope to transplant patients. We’ve already told you how several large companies like Organovo and Advanced Solutions are working hard to […]

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PLA is Four Times Stronger with Floreon Organic Additive

September 28, 2015

As 3D printing is gaining popularity and 3D printers are becoming more affordable, enthusiasts all over the world are buying consumer-grade 3D printers to experience the new technology first-hand. It is for this reason that the Sale of Consumer 3D Printers is expected to exponentially increase in the coming years. Most of these consumer 3D printers are […]

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What is 4D printing?

August 19, 2015

Over the course of the 30 years since its invention, 3D printing has earned the reputation of being an unpredictable technology. It surprises us every other day with novel prospects we couldn’t previously imagine. Indeed, who could possibly predict things like 3D Printed Food and Additive Manufactured Houses a decade ago? Yet, today, thanks to 3D printing, they’re a […]

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Dutch Firm Plans to 3D Print a Steel Bridge in Amsterdam

July 9, 2015

Since its introduction in 1985, 3D printing has largely been considered a technology suitable for printing small objects like Plastic Toys and Spare Parts. In some ways this view is justified. While there are some printers capable of printing huge objects, such as the amazing House 3D Printer in China about which we told you a year ago, the majority […]

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