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Project of the Week: 3D Printed High-Speed Marblevator Mini Machine

Maker and Instructables regular Greg Zumwalt has created the 3D printed Marblevator Mini, a marble machine with a high speed loop mechanism that can handle over 324,000 marble runs per day. Check out how you can build this jaw-dropping project yourself! 

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M3D Crane Quad: Review the Facts of this Full Color 3D Printer

With the new M3D Crane Quad, FDM color 3D printing is getting one step closer - and surely a lot cheaper. In this "M3D Crane Quad: Review the Facts" article we take a look at its specs and new features of this interesting machine.

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Skateboard Trucks Optimized for Downhill Racing with Metal 3D Printing

Engineering student Philipp Manger designed a pair of custom skateboard trucks for downhill racing -- combining topological optimization and lattice structures -- and had them 3D printed in metal.

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Project of the Week: 3D Print Your Own Articulating LED Lamp

Engineer and maker Igor Albuquerque has created a 3D printed articulating LED lamp that you can mount on your desk and configure to fit your work or study environment. 

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Affordable SLA 3D Printer under $300
Sparkmaker 3D Printer: Review the Specs

An SLA 3D printer under $300? Unbelievable! We take a look at the specs of the Sparkmaker 3D printer. Review the specs here!

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4D Printed Structures Could Improve Space Missions and Biomedical Devices

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology developed tensegrity structures using 3D printers. The 3D printed objects dramatically expand when exposed to heat in a process which is also known as 4D printing.

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Tevo Little Monster 3D Printer: Review the Specs

The Tevo Little Monster delta 3D printer kit offers a large build volume and interesting features. Let’s review its specs and features.

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A Real-Life Version of the Chrome T-Rex Game

Google Developer Uri Shaked created a real-life version of the Chrome T-Rex game, first for Geekcon, then for the Chrome Developer Summit.

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Innovative 3D Printed Face Mask Gives Sleep Apnea Sufferers Breathing Relief

Metamason has created a customized 3D printed face mask for sleep apnea sufferers that's finally comfortable enough to wear.

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Speed up Flossing with Blizzident Customized 3D-Flosser

Blizzident is a company improving our oral hygiene by using 3D scanning to create medieval-looking flossers that quickly clean teeth.

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Meet the Hubs Making London the Top 3D Printing City

According to latest data from 3D Hubs, London is the most active 3D printing city in the world. We speak to the local hubs driving this trend.

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“Hey Pressto” Project Turns Skin Into Stop Motion Animation With 3D Printed Stamps

The London creative agency DBLG and animation studio Animade create stop animation with 3D printed stamps imprinted on real-life bodies.  

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3D Printing Helps Invisalign Producer Hit Billion Dollar Sales Mark

With a factory full of 3D printers producing Invisalign clear aligners, Align Technology is expecting over $1.3 billion in sales for 2017.

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Free PotterDraw Software Lets you Design Vases In No Time

Sometimes you need a specialist to get the job done. So if you want to design or visualize cylindrical shapes in no time, there’s an interesting new software out: PotterDraw.

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3D Printed Strandbeest Has Motor, Will Crawl

Besides being mini, this Strandbeest uses 3D printing and motors rather than the wind and PVC pipes for its locomotion.

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3D Printed “Third Thumb” Extends Natural Abilities

Royal College of Art graduate Dani Clode creates 3D printed wearable third thumb to extend the natural abilities of users. 

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Prophelix is a Holographic Display Made with Arduino and 3D Printing

Fascinated by holographic displays? Then Prophelix -- made using Arduino, 3D printing, and thinkness -- is going to blow your socks off.

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Desktop Metal Debuts Two Revolutionary 3D Printers

Desktop Metal unveils the "Studio System" and "Production System," two metal 3D printers that may revolutionize the industry.

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NASA Develops Functional “Space Fabric” With Metal 3D Printing

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is developing 3D printed woven metal fabrics to use within astronaut suits and large antennas.

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Don't Taste the Rainbow
Candy Sorting Machine made with Arduino and 3D Printing

This ingenious candy sorting machine can blitz through Skittles or M&Ms in minutes, made with Arduino, RGB sensors, and 3D printed parts.

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