A company called Robohand developed a prosthetic hand, now it introduced an affordable prosthetic leg.
“Modern technology allows you to get a new kidney; you just have to wait in a donor list and hope your body accepts that donor’s kidney…Or you can always 3D print your own kidney”
Imagine if you no longer have to keep bringing things with you. Imagine those things waiting for you where you will go. This is what some innovators aim to achieve; letting you 3D print in your destination whatever you may need so you no longer have to take it with you on your journey there.
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MakerBot has released a patent for a dual-filament, one-headed extruder that can print two types of filament (both material and color) into one product.
For some brands, 3D printing is an amazing communication tool, but it seems that others are considering this technology more seriously.
An artist in Chicago, IL has come up with a controversial way to use 3D printing that is probably eons apart from anything you heard the technology being used for.
The leading 3D printer manufacturer introduced the highest precision wax 3D printer on Wednesday, to advance the company’s strategic goal to make 3D printing an integral part of the dental industry.
Think the 3D printing industry’s eventual boom will cause job losses and increasing unemployment? Think again. The world’s first 3D printing jobs portal, 3D-Printing-Jobs.com, officially launches today.
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A few successful surgeries have revealed the power of 3D printing as a tool in medical procedures.
With a 3D printer in every home, how will we distinguish an authentic product from a replicated version made with a skilled mind and a 3D printer?
3D printing technology presents a regulatory challenge as it often blurs the lines between consumers and producers, making it difficult to apply general legal principles. However difficult it may be, if we want to increase consumer confidence in products, a regulatory intervention might be inevitable.
ith the earth’s growing population needing more and more homes, innovators are starting to look beyond wood and cement as traditional elements for construction and are experimenting with even faster ways to build them. One great idea is the 3D printed house.
Teeth are some of the smallest yet most essential parts of the body; of course they were going to get around to 3D printing eventually.