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Manufacturers across a broad spectrum of industries including automotive, aerospace, dental, discrete, high tech, and medical products are all actively piloting and using 3D printing technologies today. Prototyping continues to dominate the reasons why enterprises pursue 3D printing, with the opportunity of improving new product development and time-to-market being long-term [...]
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Larry Lessig ends his longshot bid for the Democratic nomination after being shut out of the party's debates.
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Based in Nottingham, UK, British designer Lex Wilson creates awesome typographic drawings in his free time. With a clever use of perspective and 3D effects
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MX3D, a research and development startup specializing in robotic 3-D print technology, is hoping to construct a bridge over a canal in Amsterdam sometime this September using only two robots. They’d start on either bank and work their way towards each other in the middle, ejecting molten steel as they...
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How is this not the koolest thing you have seen today? Come On! MIT Self Assembly lab woah. 
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Mello + Landini is a collaboration between Brazil-based artists Janiana Mello and Daniel Landini. Together, they create an on-going series of installations called Ciclotrama, which consist of intertwining ropes that twist and unwind into organic forms like roots and trees. To the artists, Ciclotramas illustrates the passage of time. The multi-strand cables can form one line, or they can fracture into separate trajectories that take on their own c...
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Eric Giler wants to untangle our wired lives with cable-free electric power. Here, he covers what this sci-fi tech offers, and demos MIT's breakthrough version, WiTricity — a near-to-market invention that may soon recharge your cell phone, car, pacemaker.
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