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New advances in 3D printing are making it not only possible but also viable to manufacture cheap, print-on-demand, disposable drones designed simply to soar off over the horizon and never come back. Some British engineers did just that, and this is only the beginning.
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The convenience of 3D printing has moved away from industrial design and products to architecture. We are not talking about scale models to ...
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Forget bricks, tiles and wooden beams; if you want to build a house of the future all you need is a 3D printer and some plant oil. Like these guys.
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New luminaires to go on sale today in Wi-Fi controlled
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Looks like it would be great for those with lots of time and who are yuppies that want their food to look like art instead of a plate of food. 
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Developments in the world of digital manufacturing