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Engineering student develops large 8'x8'x8' concrete 3D printer in his garage
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Mechanical engineering student Alex Le Roux from Baylor University focused his sight on developing his own extrusion-based 3D printer. The result is a RepRap-based 8’ x ‘8’ x 8’ 3D concrete printer that’s inspired in-part by the work being done by larger international companies.
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Auburn University signs agreement with NASA to develop 3D printing options for deep space missions
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NASA is now taking things to the next level with an eye on missions into deep space and to Mars. To do so, NASA has just signed a Space Act Agreement with Auburn University to explore to possibilities of 3D printing in space.
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Chinese researchers make breakthrough in SLA 3D printing, soon be able to 3D print porcelain teeth in minutes
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Inspired by Emma, a 3-year-old girl who had difficulty lifting her arms without the aide of supports, Eric Jenson founded Magic Arms, a Minnesota-based nonprofit that has been focused on making 3D printed exoskeletons a reality for tens of thousands of children.
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Engineering student develops low-cost 3D printed crop monitoring drone for family farm
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The 22-year-old Nevarez, who grew up on her family’s farm, has been spending the summer in Ottawa, Canada developing a 3D printable drone design that will utilize existing drone-aided technologies to take aerial readings of farmers’ crops.
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Additive manufacturing comes to the Israel Air Force (IAF) with new 3D printer
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Lund University team led by Olaf Diegel builds mobile concrete 3D printer to 3D print furniture
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Together with a team of colleagues and students, Olaf Diegel, the professor at the University of Lund in Sweden, has just built the portable concrete 3D printer and used it to 3D print a chair as a proof of concept.
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Fashion designer adds a third dimension to apparel design with '3D weaving'
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Using a custom-made loom, Hu created a line of red dresses that feature 3D structures woven from linen threads using a 3D weaving technique that he developed.
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Nike creates 3D printed head to develop 'ice hat' to help athletes cool down
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A group of designers from Nike turned to 3D printing to develop a next-generation cooling system for U.S. Olympic champion and decathlon world record holder Ashton Eaton.
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Branch Technology unveils next-generation 'cellular fabrication' for 3D printing houses
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Branch Technology, was born out of the Chattanooga, Tennessee-based GIGTANK seed-stage accelerator and is focused on 3D printing open matrices that can provide the internal structures necessary for creating 3D printed homes, commercial buildings and other structures.
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eSUN releases new ePC fireproof and environmentally-friendly 3D printing filament
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