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If I Only Had a Brain
Orange Pi 4B: Review the Specs

Another SBC to add to the fruit bowl! But the Orange Pi 4B has one big difference: a neural network co-processor. Read on to find out more.

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Eat Up!
15 Must-Have 3D Printed Accessories for Your Picnic

Have a picnic full of 3D printed fun! Discover our favorite 3D printed accessories to make your picnic that much more enjoyable.

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Lay It On
How Does a 3D Printer Work? – Simply Explained

How does a 3D printer work? Take a quick look at the process of what's also known in the trade as additive manufacturing.

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Autodesk Offering Free Commercial Access to Its Software

Autodesk is offering customers impacted by Covid-19 free commercial use of its software to help their businesses to transition to remote work.

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Lucky Charms
15 Festive 3D Prints to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

From pots of gold to shamrock cookie cutters, we've got a definitive list of easy-to-print accessories to help you celebrate St Paddy's Day! Get to it.

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Ikea Hacks
Beautiful Ikea Design Hacks from Teenage Engineering

Avid Ikea shoppers know Frekvens, a new speaker and light series. Their design company, Teenage Engineering, now lets you 3D print interesting add-ons.

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A Real Christmas Story
Lamborghini Surprises Father and Son Building 3D Printed Replica With a Real Aventador

Father and son team building their own Lamborghini Aventador using a 3D printer got surprised by the carmaker with the real car.

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E3D Swaps Newly-Launched Extruder Name From Hermes to Hemera

E3D’s latest extruder, the Hermes, apparently fell foul of “an international company of the same name," prompting a last-minute rechristening.

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Pro-per PLA
MatterHackers Pro PLA Filament Review

Looking for a hassle-free material to suit your printing needs? MatterHackers has you covered with their Pro line of filaments. Follow along as we test out their PRO line PLA and see how it performs!

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Changing Lives
3D Printer Manufacturer WASP Opens Digital Orthopedic Laboratory in Syria

WASP, the Italian 3D printer manufacturer, announces that its laboratory for 3D printing artificial limbs has launched at the University of Damascus, Syria.

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Customize This
MyMiniFactory Launches In-Browser 3D File Customizer

MyMiniFactory, an online community for makers, has launched an in-browser 3D file customizer called Customizer, which is in its beta phase.

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ABS-olutely Amazing!
MatterHackers Build Series ABS Filament Review

Printing with budget ABS seems like a bad idea, especially given it's fickle nature. So it's a good thing MatterHackers offers a quality ABS for a reasonable price. Does it hold up to their claims? Let's find out!

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Save a Cent or Two
3D Printing Service Cost – How to Compare Prices

3D printing services costs can still differ quite a lot. Check out this article to learn how to compare prices and save your money.

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It's A Nubbin
Could 3D Printing Tissue Scaffolds Improve Nipple Reconstruction?

Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology propose 3D printing tissue-engineered constructs as a graft to assist in nipple reconstruction for women who've undergone a mastectomy.

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New All-in-One Machine
Kickstarter 3D Printer “IVI” Looks Like the Tiko, Promises To Do Much Better

IVI is a new closed-loop delta 3D printer. Its campaign launched on Kickstarter and was "funded in just one minute." But at first glance, the machine looks suspiciously like the ill-fated Tiko 3D printer...

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Keep it Safe
3D Print and Assemble Your Own Programmable Combination Lock

Maker Hans Milling created and uploaded a 3D printable programmable combination lock model onto Thingiverse. It's not strong enough to keep thieves away from your precious things, but it will teach you a thing or two about how these cool locks work.

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My 3D Printing-Sense is Tingling
Check Out This Larger Than Life-Sized Spiderman Model

A 3D printing company based in India additively manufactured a larger than life-sized Spiderman model in two days. They glued 30 parts together in three hours to create the almost two-meter tall model. 

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Ikea Furniture Made More Accessible By 3D Printing Parts

Ikea Israel is working with non-profit organizations Milbat and Access Israel to create 3D printable parts which make their furniture more accessible for those with special needs and disabilities.

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3D Printing, Take One
3D Printing & Movies – When 3D Printers Steal the Spotlight

3D printers are stealing the spotlight on the big screen, adding an element of futurism and enlightening viewers. Here, we list eight awesome examples where 3D printers have appeared on set.

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3D Printing in the Pompidou
Explore World’s First 3D Printed Bio-Reactor at Centre Pompidou

The architectural studio "ecoLogicStudio" and its research partners developed the world's first 3D printed bio-reactor. It is currently on display at the Centre Pompidou in Paris as part of “Le Fabrique du Vivant” exhibition.

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