3d Printing

This 3D-printed mini jet engine can roar up to 33,000 RPM

This 3D-printed mini jet engine can roar up to 33,000 RPM

Picture {Lead Paragraph} The world of 3D printing just keeps expanding and is being used for everything from [bone surgery], to [home decor], to [animal prosthetics]. When it comes to printing parts

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3D printing gives an injured sea turtle a new jaw and chance at a normal life

3D printing gives an injured sea turtle a new jaw and chance at a normal life

The wonders of 3d printing seem to be almost limitless. From miraculous replacement limbs for both people and animals to housing for those in a underdeveloped nations and tools in space, the technology is

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Toys and collectibles let architecture fans bring their favorite buildings home

Toys and collectibles let architecture fans bring their favorite buildings home

There are big names in the architecture toy game, like LEGO, whose architecture series includes iconic buildings and monuments, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Flatiron Building, and the Sydney Opera

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Printed Nest offers free plans for 3D printable bird feeders

Printed Nest offers free plans for 3D printable bird feeders

You've heard of guerrilla gardening, but now a company from the Czech Republic is encouraging global urbanites to 3D print birds nests and install them in random places. Printed Nest spent two years

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Imagine a car that is also two motorcycles

Imagine a car that is also two motorcycles

You know you have been there. Stuck on the freeway or the boulevard during rush hour, inching along, listening to the traffic report, drumming your fingers on the steering wheel, when out of your

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“The Rumbles” 3D-printed lamps by Studio Meraldi Rubini

“The Rumbles” 3D-printed lamps by Studio Meraldi Rubini

When some years ago the whole world started to talk about a newly invented 3d-printing technology, no one actually knew what exactly and how soon it will bring us the first results that will enter our

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MIT genius team can measure how fast a technology is emerging

MIT genius team can measure how fast a technology is emerging

Just how much is technology improving? It’s a hard question to answer. But MIT researchers may have just come up with a way to calculate the rate of technology improvement based on information gathered

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Ben van Berkel and United Nude create hoof-like 3D printed shoes for the animal in you

Ben van Berkel and United Nude create hoof-like 3D printed shoes for the animal in you

For the lady who just isn't satisfied with a 6-inch stiletto comes United Nude's UNX2, an entirely 3D-printed shoe that will give the ladies the towering hoof-like stature they desire. Created by Ben van

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Rocket Lab’s new rocket is 3D-printed and powered by batteries

Rocket Lab’s new rocket is 3D-printed and powered by batteries

Add “rocket” to the list of things you can print with a 3D printer. Space company Rocket Lab revealed the Rutherford engine, an engine made of parts created in a 3D printer. Capable of 4,600 pounds of

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Alvaro Uribe and Makerbot come together to create Mushroom lamps

Alvaro Uribe and Makerbot come together to create Mushroom lamps

Alvaro Uribe Design collaborated with 3D-printing experts Makerbot to create the innovative Mushroom Lights.

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This video camera captures light to generate its own power

This video camera captures light to generate its own power

A team from Columbia University's School of Engineering has created a groundbreaking video camera that converts the light captured when creating an image into electrical power to create a self-contained

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This 3D-printed violin has a classic sound and a look straight from the future

This 3D-printed violin has a classic sound and a look straight from the future

This futuristic-looking violin was made with a 3D printer. The two-string pietroelectric violin will debut at the 3D Print Design Show later this month in New York. Architects Eric Goldemberg and Veronica

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This next-gen 3D printer spits out fully assembled products

This next-gen 3D printer spits out fully assembled products

The not-especially-modestly titled Industrial Revolution III (IR3) is a nextgen 3D printer that will not only print out your designs, but will assemble them with your non-printable components to create

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Viven Muller launches open-source 3D-printed Mangrover planter

Viven Muller launches open-source 3D-printed Mangrover planter

3D printers are becoming more and more common, but after the initial novelty wears off, if you aren’t a student or designer, you might run out of things to print. Inhabitat favorite Vivien Muller is

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6 heartwarming ways that 3D printing has helped animals

6 heartwarming ways that 3D printing has helped animals

The popularity of 3D printing has exploded within the past couple of years, and one of the most revolutionary uses for it has been that of prosthetics. But humans aren’t the only ones benefitting from

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Middle school class builds a Frozen-themed 3D-printed prosthetic hand for a little girl

Middle school class builds a Frozen-themed 3D-printed prosthetic hand for a little girl

A class of Wisconsin eight-graders designed and built a 3D-printed prosthetic hand for a six-year-old named Ariah, who was born without a right hand. Built as part of a forward-thinking robotics school

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Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia could be finished soon thanks to 3D printing

Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia could be finished soon thanks to 3D printing

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is perhaps one of the longest active construction projects on the planet. Work began in 1882, when the beginnings of architect Antoni Gaudi's design graduated from 2D into 3D.

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Carbon3D’s revolutionary new 3D printer is 25 to 100 times faster

Carbon3D’s revolutionary new 3D printer is 25 to 100 times faster

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpH1zhUQY0c 3D printing geeks take note: the Silicon Valley startup Carbon3D just took the lead in efficient manufacturing from digital models. Carbon3D’s technology

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Dubai reveals plans for 3D-printed ‘Museum of the Future’

Dubai reveals plans for 3D-printed ‘Museum of the Future’

The vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, unveiled his vision for Dubai's next architectural ambition: the Museum of the Future. The

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Students are creating $350 bionic arms for children using 3D printing

Students are creating $350 bionic arms for children using 3D printing

A team of students at the University of Central Florida is using 3D printing to create bionic arms for children. The arms are fully-equipped with a muscle sensor and costs just $350 to make. Find out more

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Robert Downey Jr gives 3D-printed prosthetic ‘Iron Man’ arm to seven-year-old superhero fan

Robert Downey Jr gives 3D-printed prosthetic ‘Iron Man’ arm to seven-year-old superhero fan

One lucky little boy, born missing the lower portion of his right arm, received a brand-new 3D-printed bionic arm from Tony Stark himself. Robert Downey Jr met with seven-year-old Alex Pring to present

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UC Berkeley unveils  3D-printed “Bloom” building made of powdered cement

UC Berkeley unveils 3D-printed “Bloom” building made of powdered cement

Ronald Rael and UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design just unveiled the world's largest 3D printed building made from powdered cement! Measuring 9 feet high by 12 feet wide and 12 feet deep, the

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Students create a machine that turns pop bottles into 3D printing materials

Students create a machine that turns pop bottles into 3D printing materials

In an effort to reduce the environmental impact of their studies in 3D printing, three engineering physics students at the University of British Columbia have developed a desktop plastic recycler and

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3D-printed “Cool Brick” cools a room using only water

3D-printed “Cool Brick” cools a room using only water

Emerging Objects, frontrunners in the 3D printing industry, has developed a 3D printed ceramic “Cool Brick” that uses nothing but water to cool homes in hot, dry climates. This is the first project of

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SwimCity offers 3D-printed floating housing for students in Stockholm

SwimCity offers 3D-printed floating housing for students in Stockholm

Belatchew Labs is an experimental studio under the umbrella of Belatchew Arkitekter, based in Stockholm. The Labs take on projects where it is necessary to solve urban problems with creative thinking,

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This 3D-printed tree charges smart phones with solar power

This 3D-printed tree charges smart phones with solar power

Scientists at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have created a tree prototype that harvests solar power from indoor or outdoor light, and turns it into electricity for powering small electronic

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Elon Musk uses Iron Man-inspired holographic 3-D user interface to print a rocket part

Elon Musk uses Iron Man-inspired holographic 3-D user interface to print a rocket part

After Elon Musk announced plans to post a video of himself using a holographic computer interface inspired by the one Tony Stark uses in the film Iron Man, it looks like the Tesla CEO and inventor has

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Lilian van Daal creates a Biomimicry-inspired, 3D-printed chair

Lilian van Daal creates a Biomimicry-inspired, 3D-printed chair

It’s no secret that the modern-day upholstered couch or chair is a nightmare of processing, materials and almost impossible to recycle. Dutch designer Lilian van Daal is looking at ways to reinvent

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OwnFone is an effortlessly simple printed phone that you can completely customize

OwnFone is an effortlessly simple printed phone that you can completely customize

OwnFone is using Kickstarter to take the world's simplest mobile phone across the globe. Based in London, OwnFone is the world's first custom printed mobile phone that connects you instantly to the most

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Architecture students create 3D printing robots that can build just about anywhere

Architecture students create 3D printing robots that can build just about anywhere

A team of students at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco has developed autonomous, mobile 3D printing robots that could some day be put to work building in outlying areas. The

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