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Burdened with a number of obsolete and broken aircraft, the US Marine Corps (USMC) is turning to additive manufacturing technology to help restore its fleet, giving pilots a better opportunity to receive essential training. The USMC has already trialled a 3D printing scheme in one of its battalions.
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GeekySexToys, an Australian store specializing in nerd-friendly sex toys, has released a Pokémon-themed collection of dildos and butt plugs. The 'Pok'moan' set consists of Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle dildos, as well as a 3D printed Pikachu butt plug.
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IDC: Japan's 3D printing market worth 34.5 billion yen in 2015 despite decreasing 3D printer sales
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As a new study by the Japanese branch of The International Data Corporation (IDC) reveals, the Japanese 3D printer market is growing steadily and could double in value between 2015 and 2020, despite decreasing 3D printer sales.
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The South Korean government has stated it is planning to expand tax benefits for R&D within a number of tech industries, including 3D printing, robotics and more. The tax benefit plan is hoping to encourage innovation within the country, boost employment, and make South Korea a stronger competitor on the global market.
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Build a $700 open source bionic prosthesis with new tutorial by Nicolas Huchet of Bionico
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French open source fanatic Nicolas Huchet of Bionico has just 3D printed his very own Exiii Hackberry bionic hand during a residency at Fab Lab Berlin, and has shared an extensive tutorial online which allows you to 3D print your very own bionic prosthesis at home for just $700.
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While 3D printers are functionally at their best without movement, Ultimaker has decided sometimes you just need to move your printer and a new backpack addition allows just that.
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Designer Michael Roybal has created 'Zizzy,' a 3D printed personal robot designed to help those with limited mobility. The robot, which took a full year to develop, uses 3D printable pneumatic muscles made from Ninjaflex filament, and can move objects using 3D printed grippers.
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Mesh Mould, a project launched by Gramazio Kohler Research and scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, has entered its second phase which consists of the development of 3D printed complex mesh structures made out of metal. They will be used as formworks and reinforcements for construction sites.
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San Diego-based startup Safety First Arms has developed the new 3D printed SMART 2 firearm that features a PIN lock and an alarm system, making it safe to own, pointless to steal and impossible for children to accidentally fire.
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Industrial strength 3D printing pioneers Indmatec have just completed a series of tests which show that PEEK filament, already widely used for aerospace and automotive applications, is also a perfect material for vacuum applications due to its low outgassing properties.
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Tech blogger DaftMike has built a mini 3D printed version of the classic Nintendo Entertainment System. The machine runs on RetroPie emulation software, uses NFC tagged game cartridges, and offers nostalgic gamers a cheaper alternative to Nintendo's official NES Classic Mini, due later this year.
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