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Facial Security Cracked by 3D Printing and Facebook Pics

August 31, 2016

In the past few years, facial security systems have been universally viewed as the ideal solution to boost digital security by effectively verifying the authentication of users on digital platforms. As a result, many sectors have been embracing biometric technology and incorporating the same into their various security systems. This has been especially true for […]

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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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3D Printed Heart Helps Two Year Old Survive Surgery

February 9, 2015

Additive printing is revolutionizing every branch of science and the medical field is no exception. With prospects such as 3D Printed Organs and Tissues, it is only a matter of time before 3D printing will totally change the field of medicine. While fully functional 3D printed organs are still a few decades away, there are […]

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NinjaFlex iPhone Cases, Snowflakes, Skulls and Valves

November 30, 2014

Since discovering Dry Brushing a few months ago and having my first spool of NinjaFlex Filament delivered I’ve been doing a lot of experimenting with both of these. Dry brushing is a great finishing technique for highlighting detail on 3D prints and I’ve been discovering what works well and what doesn’t. I think silver guilders paste brushed […]

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What I Think of colorFabbs Wood and Bronze Filaments

August 17, 2014

If you’re wondering why things have been a little quiet here at 3D Print HQ over the last week or two it’s because I’ve been on vacation. Well, when I say vacation it was a 192 mile, 12 day Coast to Coast Charity Walk across England. It was a great experience and I met people from all […]

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Amazing 3D Printed White Matter Model of Human Brain

July 19, 2014

The human brain is a fascinating organ and one of the most complex things known to mankind. In this 1500 gram organ, billions of nerve cells send thousands of connections to other cells making a total of approximately 300 trillion connections in an adult brain! The nerve cells of the brain are collectively termed gray matter […]

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