3D Printed Drone by Flirtey Delivers a Domino’s Pizza

September 23, 2016

We are all guilty on this one. Yes, even you. Some of us more than others! We’ve all called the Pizza delivery guy (at least once) and had them deliver some nice delicious pizza for us, while seated at home on the couch feeling warm and lazy. After all, who doesn’t love pizza? Now thanks to […]

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Tiny 3D Printed Lens is Smaller Than a Grain of Salt

July 20, 2016

3D printing keeps on making history over and over. This time the technology has led to the debut of the world’s smallest lens. And yes – I’m talking about a grain of salt kind of small. German scientists have just recently created what is now considered the world’s tiniest lens using 3D printing. The lens […]

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3D Printed Shells to Help Save Endangered Desert Tortoise

February 24, 2016

In the next decade or two, are there still going to be desert tortoises in Southwestern USA or will they simply be a distant memory? Well, the odds lie in a balance and so far desert tortoises seem to have only one key advantage – 3D printing. For millions of years, tortoises have managed to […]

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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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Book Review: 3D Printing 2nd Edition – Christopher Barnatt

December 14, 2014

Back in April 2014 I read and reviewed the First Edition of 3D Printing by Christopher Barnatt. I was so impressed by the depth and relevance of it’s content that I added it to my top 3D Printing Resources Page, which I’ve just updated to reference this new edition. Like many others who are interested in 3D […]

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BioAssemblyBot: One Step Closer to Bioprinting Organs

October 26, 2014

One of the most interesting applications of 3D printing is bioprinting. Various companies like Organovo (ONVO) have already succeeded in printing small parts of Human Tissues Including Liver. So, completely printed organs are just one or two decades away. However, 3D bioprinting is currently limited by the lack of efficient hardware and software. Bioprinters in use […]

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