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Thor by Airbus – The World’s First 3D Printed Plane

June 22, 2016

Airbus, a European airline company based in France, has made history thanks to their debut of the very first 3D printed plane called “Thor”. This unique aircraft has been named THOR as short for ‘Test of High-tech Objectives in Reality’. Airbus publicly displayed this windowless, 46 pounds (21 Kilos), 13 feet long mini-plane for the […]

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Worlds Fastest RC Car 3D Printed on Ultimaker 2 Extended

November 8, 2015

You probably don’t know this but the world’s fastest RC car at the moment can attain a maximum speed of 202 mph! Well, to say the least; that is a whole lot of speed for a small car. CD-adapco’s STAR-CCM+ Software was used by the current record-holder to design this ultra fast remote controlled car. While […]

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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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Airbus Use Over 1,000 3D Printed Parts for A350 Aircraft

May 31, 2015

The ancient man saw birds soaring in the sky and though envious of their flight remarked “If God had wanted us to fly, he would have given us wings” in order to content himself. However, he didn’t realize that God had gifted him with a far greater asset: a curious and creative mind. Today’s era […]

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Emerging Objects Are 3D Printing Houses Using Salt

August 20, 2014

Naturally salt is usually considered to be just a cooking ingredient; Emerging Objects has managed to show a unique and unexpected function of salt, which has left many people utterly dismayed. Thanks to their creativity in additive manufacturing architecture, they have proved that salt could be used to 3D print houses. Emerging Objects is a design startup and agency […]

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RAF Fighter Jet Uses 3D Printed Parts

January 25, 2014

When the Wright brothers flew their glider in 1903, perhaps even they couldn’t imagine that their fragile glider would evolve into supersonic fighter jets, tearing through the air, carrying missiles and weapons of all types. Today, fighter jets have become common and form one of the most important components of aerial warfare. The fifth generation […]

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