MIT Designers 3D Print Wearer-Reactive Footwear

December 2, 2015

As 3D printing technology continues to touch various aspects of our lives, it’s exciting to know that the Fashion Industry hasn’t been left behind. After all, don’t we all like putting on something outright trendy every once in a while? Over the years, the world of fashion has had some major shifts thanks to 3D printing. […]

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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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Bespoke 3D Printed RC Car Tyres Designed in OpenSCAD

May 17, 2015

You may remember that back in March I designed and 3D printed some Wheels and Tyres for my Kyosho Mini-Z 4DW Buggy. For the design I used Tinkercad and for the 3D printing I used PLA plastic for the wheels and NinjaFlex for the tyres. They worked really well as you can see from this YouTube Video, […]

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Project3DPrint – How I 3D Printed This Amazing Watch

May 3, 2015

I’ve took on a few little projects recently where I’ve built something from multiple 3D printed parts. One example of this is the Spring Powered Car, but I’ve been looking to take on more elaborate challenges. Something I’d really like to make is an RC quadcopter, or drone as they’re sometimes called. Having written before about […]

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NecropSynth: Anatomical Models for Science & Education

April 15, 2015

We all remember that frog in our biology classroom that we dissected so eagerly to learn about the inner workings of living organisms. However, while the procedure increased our knowledge, it left us with a feeling of guilt for sacrificing the ill-fated frog in the name of education. Dissection of animals (termed necropsy) has been […]

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