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3D Printing Can Now Re-create an Entire Classic Car

The emergence of 3D printing allowed those who could afford such a machine the power to craft custom replacement parts for car. Now that printers are growing cheaper and more sophisticated—and can handle materials such as metal—the possibilities are limitless.<p><b>Maybe you watched</b> one of those <i>Star Trek</i> …

Classic Cars

3D Printing Company Wants To Let You Print Objects Just By Thinking About Them

There's a company in Chile that wants to let you bring your thoughts into the physical realm.<p>According to a post on Discovery News, Thinker Thing is working on a combination of software and hardware that will let users sculpt objects using thought alone.<p>The technology works by presenting basic …

Thinker Thing

Create Real 3D robots using the power of Evolutionary Computation from your Phone or Tablet<p>Each object is defined by a genetic code, similar to the …

Genetics

Space: The Final Frontier for 3D Printing | Inc.com

By next year, the <i>Star Trek</i> replicator will no longer be the stuff of science fiction.<p>A start-up called Made in Space has teamed up with NASA to send a 3D printer to the International Space Station (ISS), <i>Space</i> reports. The off-planet facility will be the first of its kind and is set to launch …

Protecting 3D Printing Designs And Objects

The popularity of 3D printing has been increasing dramatically while the prices for such printers have been rapidly decreasing. In addition to toys and gadgets, real-world practical uses include a virtually unlimited number of potential devices and replacement parts for the aerospace, automotive, …

Designer Spotlight: Bathsheba Grossman

Navy considers 3D-printing future fleets of drones

Three-dimensional (3D) printers are quickly proving to be capable of creating just about anything out of little more than thin air, and that could be …

3D-printed sugar could be icing on the cake for kitchens of the future

For anyone who gets the munchies at the office, it sounds like a fantasy: print your own cake. But a husband and wife architectural design team in …

3D-printed Robohands help kids without fingers

People who have lost fingers can try to get robotic hands that cost tens of thousands of dollars. Or they can try to 3D-print their own hand.<p>That's what Richard van As did after a woodworking accident in 2011 cost him four fingers. The South African carpenter decided to build his own fingers from …

3D Printing

3D Printing Service and Marketplace

<i>With Shapeways, you don’t have to be confined by traditional aesthetics or production methods. If you have an idea and you think it might work, try</i> …