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Tyler Koslow

Tyler Koslow is a tech journalist hailing from Brooklyn, New York. His specialties include 3D printing technology, music, and anything else that happens to be shaking up everyday life. When he’s not pounding away at his computer keys, you can find Tyler riding his bicycle, playing guitar, and eating pasta. Follow @tykoslow

By Tyler Koslow

Jul 27, 2018
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Out of this World!
NASA-Awarded MARSHA Project Aims to 3D Print Egg-Shaped Structures on Mars

New York architecture and technology company AI SpaceFactory has been awarded by NASA for its MARS HAbitat (MARSHA) project. The concept includes using in-situ resource utilization to 3D print egg-shaped habitats on Mars that are optimized to deal with internal atmospheric pressure and structural stresses.

Jul 26, 2018
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Raise the Roof
Raise3D Pro2: Review the Facts of This 3D Printer

The Raise3D Pro2 is a professional-grade desktop 3D printer that has dual extrusion capabilities, a sizable 305x305x300mm build volume, full-color touchscreen and more. Review the facts here!

Jul 24, 2018
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Loaded Issue.
New York Senator Chuck Schumer Sounds the Alarm on 3D Printed Gun Models

During a recent press conference, Senator Chuck Schumer (NY-D) issued a warning about the imminent threat of 3D printed guns. The statement comes weeks after Cody Wilson reached a settlement with the US government to legally upload his 3D printed gun models online.

Jul 23, 2018
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New Horizons
Ultimaker Expands Global Operations with New APAC Offices in Singapore

Ultimaker has announced that it is opening new offices in Singapore to better serve the growing demand for Ultimaker 3D printers in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Jul 22, 2018
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WiFi for Sail
Weekend Project: Make a Summer Splash with this 3D Printed WiFi Paddle Boat

Summertime is here, and what better way to spend it then by lounging outside by the pool. Take your enjoyment of the outdoors a step further by becoming the captain of your own 3D printed WiFi Paddle Boat, designed by Greg Zumwalt.

Jul 21, 2018
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Float On
Weekend Project: 3D Print Your Own Magnetic Levitation Device!

Instructables user and designer 3DSage has unveiled an amazing 3D printed Levitation Device that you can make at home. It's a crazy contraption that uses a magnet to make objects float before your very eyes! 

Jul 16, 2018
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Royal Flush
$10,000 Toilet Seat?! U.S. Air Force Uses 3D Printing to Flush Away Excessive Spending

The U.S. Air Force has announced that it will begin 3D printing toilet seat covers for cargo airlift planes after receiving criticism for spending $10,000 on replacements.

Jul 16, 2018
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Go For Gold
Researchers Use Gold Nanoparticles to Find Defects in 3D Printed Objects

Vanderbilt University researchers are embedding gold nanoparticles into filament to help detect problems inside of 3D printed objects.

Jul 15, 2018
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Take a Seat
Socrates Sculpture Park Gets 3D Printed Furniture for the Summer

The design studio HANNAH has placed its award-winning 3D printed “RRRolling Stones” furniture collection throughout Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, New York.

Jul 12, 2018
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Ready, Aim, Print
3D Printed Gun Models to Return Online as Defense Distributed Wins Court Settlement

After a lengthy legal battle, Cody Wilson and his organization Defense Distributed have settled a lawsuit against the U.S. State Department that will allow them to put 3D printable gun models back online.

Jul 11, 2018
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New and Improved
Sinterit Unveils New and Improved Version of the Lisa SLS 3D Printer

Following the recent release of the Lisa 2 PRO, the Polish 3D printer manufacturer Sinterit has now upgraded its flagship Sinterit Lisa SLS 3D printer to offer more reliability and a larger print area.

Jul 10, 2018
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ONO, Not Again...
Despite Kickstarter Disaster, ONO Seeks More Funding Through New Crowdfunding Campaign

After inducing rage across Kickstarter and the 3D printing community for failing to deliver its now-infamous smartphone 3D printer to backers, the controversial startup ONO is now launching another crowdfunding campaign on the platform StartEngine. ONO claims the funds will be used to build a more solid foundation for the company.

Jul 9, 2018
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Everything You Need to Know!
15 Best Laser Cutters/Engravers & AIO Machines of 2018

Looking for a home laser cutter/engraver? Check out our 2018 buyer's guide to the 15 best desktop laser cutters/engravers, and all-in-one machines, plus laser cutting guide.

Jul 3, 2018
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Look Ma, One Hand!
Gamer Uses 3D Printing to Prototype One-Handed PlayStation 4 Controller

A popular YouTuber and gamer named Doppel D has created a 3D printed PlayStation 4 controller that can be used with just one hand, taking accessibility to a whole new level. 

Jul 2, 2018
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Cracking Joint Problems
3D Printing Living Tissue Could Heal Damaged Joints and Eliminate Arthritis

A team of researchers from the University Medical Centre Utrecht in the Netherlands have created a biofabrication method to create living tissues that replicate cartilage and could potentially be implanted to repair damaged joints.