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Artist turns your brainwaves into 3D-printed sculptures

A New York artist has made an astronomical technological breakthrough. Ion Pompian, located in a gallery six floors above Broadway has developed a tool that turns people’s brainwaves into 3D-printed sculptures.
In the Media by Eliana Robinson - 2 comments

3D printing gets closer to printing living human tissue

A new bioprinting method has created intricately patterned 3-D tissue constructs with multiple types of cells and tiny blood vessels. Researchers are hopeful that printing living tissue will soon be possible.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Putin butt plug? No thanks, keep that asshole away from mine! Special

Orlando - Whilst recently railing against Vladimir Putin's military aggression against Ukraine, some anonymous Russophile messaged me a photo of a 3D-printed Putin butt plug, with the accompanying advice to "shove it up my ass."
Digital Journal Report by Brett Wilkins

3D printer partnership could mean 300 times faster printing

A new partnership between the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Cincinnati Incorporated could mean 3D printing 500 times faster for larger projects about 10 times in size.
In the Media by Stephanie Medeiros - 2 comments

Cancer patient gets new pelvis via 3D printer

A British surgeon has used the latest 3D-printing techniques to create a new pelvis for a man who had lost half his original one to cancer.
In the Media by Matt Cianfarani - 5 comments

Photoshop now '3D ready'

Adobe's Photoshop software has recently been updated to allow users to produce designs ready to become 3D-printed objects.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Syphon from 3D printer makes sharing drinks very simple

Soon everything we need will be able to be obtained if we have the knowledge of how to operate a 3D printer. Even if what we need is the most efficient way to share a drink.
In the Media by Andrew Ellis

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.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Physically interactive computing - MIT’s inFORM rewrites CAD, 3D

Sydney - MIT’s new physically interactive inFORM is the at the “Hey, this thing rolls!” stage of wheel invention for practical 3D computing. It’s a 3D physical display of active computer processing- Solid form live computation imagery.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 1 comment

3-D-printed bacteria allow scientists to study infections

Austin - 3-D printing has allowed those own such technology to print everything from silverware to gun parts. Now, scientists are using it to study infections.
In the Media by Andrew Ellis - 2 comments
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