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Meet the Maker: Cartesian Co. Argentum - A 3D printer for circuit boards

The Cartesian Co. Argentum is the world’s first desktop 3D printer for electronics. It uses inkjet technology to print in silver, just like your photo printer at home. 66 more words

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Amazon Enters 3D Printing Race

Amazon has joined the ranks of Staples, Home Depot, UPS, and a range of other big brands that are capitalizing on the 3D printing trend. Amazon, of course, has an approach that only they can pull off at this scale – giving you access to digital files, allowing you to customize them, and 3D print your own personal bobble head. 7 more words

The production of anatomical teaching resources using three-dimensional (3D) printing technology

(From the abstract) “This alternative approach to producing anatomically accurate reproductions offers many advantages over plastination as it allows rapid production of multiple copies of any dissected specimen, at any size scale and should be suitable for any teaching facility in any country….”  Paul G. 11 more words

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Rampaging Robots with Rampageo Industries

War. War always changes.

On today’s modern battlefields simply having boots on the ground is no longer enough for a be world conquerer. In the ever increasing fight for global domination the nefarious super villain Dr. 467 more words

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3D printer drones will take to skies by 2040

According to BAE Systems, 3D printers could be so advanced by 2040 that they would have the ability to create unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) during a mission. 293 more words

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3D printing a working DC motor

A Maker by the name of Pitrak recently created a fully-functional DC motor using an Atmel-powered MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3D printer.

To develop the working brushless direct current (DLDC) motor, the Maker 3D printed each of its parts, excluding the magnets, solenoid wrapping wire and hall effect sensors, and used an… 263 more words

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3D Printers Could Regenerate Injured Soldiers

Technology is becoming more involved in not only medicine but also in war! 3-D printing can be used to print out skin cells and precise scaffolds to be used in regenerative surgery. 8 more words

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