Printable Hydraulic Robots
The latest enterprise-grade 3D printer from Stratasys, the J750 model, is reportedly the first that can print objects with photorealistic color accuracy.
A SIMILAR TECHNIQUE MIGHT HELP RESTORE HUMAN FERTILITY
When we first reported on the relatively cheap 3D-printed robotic hand made by Youbionic back in 2014, we indicated that the device was only a prototype and that the makers were looking for funding to bring it to market.
Two years ago London startup Gravity showed off a wild concept for creating 3-D forms using augmented reality software.
Imagine this: A disgruntled citizen borrows $30,000 from his credit cards. With the money he buys a sophisticated 3D printer off eBay and begins secretly printing and building a hundred drones in his garage.
A partially 3D-printed rocket engine joins the space race
Orthodontics don't tend to mix too well with self-sustaining undergraduate students, whose budgetary extravagances might extend to the odd double serving of instant noodles
(NaturalNews) A new industrial revolution is brewing. Industrial 3D printing is making its way from the mainstream to the lab, enabling researchers to obtain parts for scientific instruments in an unprecedented way.
Under the sea, it lay dreaming. The body, printed from machines, sealed carefully, still functioned. It survived one month under water, then two. The salt did nothing to stop it. It simply was, a waiting state of being.
This special feline is one of the few animals in the world to receive prosthetic limbs.
3D printing is being increasingly adopted by sportswear companies as a means of producing shoes that are lighter and custom molded for a snug fit.
The world currently has some awesome prosthetics. We have low-cost 3D-printed ones, prosthetics based on Metal Gear Solid aesthetics that send emails, and slick-looking hands that (finally) come in more than one size.
Within five years, companies could begin in-orbit manufacturing and assembly of communications satellite reflectors or other large structures, according to Made in Space, the Silicon Valley startup that sent the first 3D printer to the International
Road bikes made from a mix of titanium and carbon fiber are already pretty special, and even more so if they're made to order.
The future of floating additive manufacturing
Skeptical about all the hype around 3D printing technology? We ain't seen nothin' yet, says SearchCIO columnist Harvey Koeppel.
According to Futurists We Will Be 3D Printing Underwater Cities, House-Moving Drones and Even Our Meals within 100 Years
Scientists have successfully printed a functional human ear that is ready for transplanting.
Almost good enough to be transplanted into humans
When it comes to things that people don't do as often or as well as they should, tooth-brushing would have to be at the top of the list.
95 PERCENT 3D-PRINTED, 5 PERCENT OTHER
Scientists created a 3D-printed gel brain to explain why our brains fold
Scientists from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have created a tiny lattice they claim is the world's smallest.
I was asked the other day about the impact of the internet, and ended up reflecting on the astounding degree to which it has impacted our lives -- in so many ways, it's the ultimate tool of empowerment.
Germany-based companies, 3D-Micromac AG, a provider of laser micromachining systems, and EOS GmbH, an e-Manufacturing group, have teamed up to form a new organization dubbed 3D MicroPrint GmbH.
In the future, your local public works department might use a small, wheeled robot to repair potholes on city streets--assuming this recent Harvard graduate's idea gets funded.
It's certainly not the most attractive watch you could carry around, but Christoph Laimer's new pocket watch has one very eye-catching distinction: it's almost entirely 3D printed.