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3D Printer News

Introducing the PancakeBot

A father in Norway has built a 3D printer, dubbed the PancakeBot, that can make pancakes. He built the device out of Legos.

Photoshop now '3D ready'

Adobe's Photoshop software has recently been updated to allow users to produce designs ready to become 3D-printed objects.

First flight by combat aircraft fitted with 3D printed parts

Warton - British defense manufacturer BAE Systems announced, Sunday, that a Royal Air Force (RAF) Tornado fighter plane flew from an airfield in north-west England fitted out with components made using 3D printing technology.

Scientists grow a 'human looking' ear

Scientists used a titanium wire framework to help ears - which look like human ears - and which are made from collagen and sheep cartilage cells, to maintain their shape.

3D printing help surgeons hone skills for real-life surgery

Mark Ginsberg, an Iowa jewelry store owner and manufacturer, has partnered with physicians to help surgeons practice for the real thing before they ever go into the operating room, using 3D printing.

Engineers inspired by octopus silent propulsion system

A team of German scientists develop a silent propulsion system for boats and submarines based on the natural movement of octopuses.

Scientists use 3D printer to create tiny, powerful battery

3D printers are continuing to find more everyday uses, and a team at Harvard have now created a lithium-ion battery the size of a grain of sand that could greatly benefit medical and communications technology.

3D food printer to be funded by NASA

Research into 3D-printed food will be funded by NASA, which gave mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor a $125,000 grant, so he can build the printer.

The Pirate Bay to continue offering 3D-printed gun blueprints

The US Statement Department asked the designer of the Liberator 3D-printed firearm to take down the blueprints from the Internet. However, popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay is, well, sticking to its guns by keeping the torrent available.

3D printer makes magical WREX arms for children with rare disease

A 2-year-old-girl diagnosed with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), a rare disease that cripples joints and limbs, is now able to use her hands. The newly-designed WREX jacket helps her lift her arms and hands to eat or hug someone.

Jaw made by 3D printer

A titanium lower jaw generated by a 3D printer was transplanted into the face of an 83-year-old woman in June 2011 in the Netherlands, becoming a surgical first, according the doctors who performed the procedure, the BBC reported.

Open Source 3D Printer for only $2,400!

A Cornell University Professor along with his student creates a 3D Printer for $2400.
 

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Four elastomer balls pump water and provide the required propulsion. The propulsion system was produ...
Four elastomer balls pump water and provide the required propulsion. The propulsion system was produced with the fused deposition modeling (FDM) generative production process
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The 3D food printer schematic by SMRC
The 3D food printer schematic by SMRC
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This image shows the interlaced stack of electrodes that were printed layer by layer to create the w...
This image shows the interlaced stack of electrodes that were printed layer by layer to create the working anode and cathode of a microbattery
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A 3-D printer  this futuristic device is here already and will change our lives for the better  if w...
A 3-D printer, this futuristic device is here already and will change our lives for the better, if we allow it.
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