In the classic 1984 song, “Dancing in the Dark,” Bruce Springsteen told the world that he wanted to change “his clothes, his hair, his face.” Now, a new 3D printing company lets people (like Bruce) who
If your company uses 3D printing for anything confidential or sensitive, it might be time to invest in some soundproofing. Sometime in the future, everything is going to be 3D printed at a moment’s notice.
The medical and surveillance applications are enormous. This teeny little camera lens from the University of Stuttgart is so small it can be slipped over the tip of a strand of fiber optic. The three-lens
The Regenerative Reliquary project aims to find new ways to grow missing bones–or let people reshape their own. Synthetic bone grafts–made of calcium phosphate ceramics, or from bone harvested from patients
There have been times in the past that people have asked me if they could print lenses and other clear items with their filament fed 3D printer. I’ve always replied that while you can get pretty clear,