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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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To Print, or Not To Print?
Advantages & Disadvantages of 3D Printing

What are the advantages of 3D printing? And the disadvantages? Check out our digest, in which we compare 3D printing to traditional manufacturing processes.

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The Hound Wants His Chicken
Hilted Cookware Launches Game of Thrones Inspired Cast Iron Skillet

A Seattle-based cast iron skillet company has launched a Game of Thrones inspired 10-inch skillet dubbed the 'Legend', which boasts a sword handle designed using 3D printing.

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No Ender in Sight
Ender 3D Printer – Which Models Exist Right Now?

Creality continues to make a name for itself with its growing number of 3D printers. Need help keeping track? Refresh your memory with this list of all the Ender 3D printer models.

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The Sound Of Music
3D Print Your Own Covert Bone Conduction Headphones

A French student created his own bone conduction headphones built into 3D printed glasses for covert listening and posted his process on Hackaday so you can create your own too.

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Time to Change Your Password?
3D Printing a Fingerprint to Fool a Samsung Galaxy S10 Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner

Imgur user darkshark created a 3D printed finger to trick the Samsung Galaxy S10’s in-display fingerprint sensor. It worked, proving we should be more careful who to trust with our personal information.

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No Printer, No Problem
3D Printer Near Me – The Easiest Way to Find Them

Want to try your hand at 3D printing but thinking "I don’t have a 3D printer near me"? Or maybe you want to 3D print in an exotic material that your printer can’t handle, like gold or silver? Either way, we got you covered.

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Big Improvements to a Small Printer
LulzBot Mini 2 Review: Editor’s Choice

The LulzBot Mini 2 is one of our Spring 2019 picks for "Editor's Choice". Check out our review to find out why we love this 3D printer so much.

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Ikea, You-kea
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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SILENCE!
Boston Engineers 3D Print Open Noise-Cancelling Metamaterials

Boston University engineers used mathematics to design and 3D print an "acoustic metamaterial". The noise-canceling plastic structure blocks 94% of sounds without completely obstructing airflow, possibly paving the way to silent quadcopters and drones.

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Breaking Boundaries
Rotrics All-In-1 Robot Arm Pushes the Limits on Versatility

Snapmaker, uArm, Formlabs... All of these hugely successful machines started on Kickstarter, and now we've found yet another potential success: the Rotrics DexArm! It boasts some impressive features and a tantalizingly low price point. Let's dive in!

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Home Is Where The Hotend Is
3D Printed Homes: 4 Most Fascinating Projects

3D printing is disrupting every industry imaginable, and one of the most impacted industries is construction. Using 3D printing technology, which offers incredible versatility and freedom, allows these manufacturers to create truly exceptional homes.

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Don't Lose Your Marbles
[Project] 3D Printed Marble Clock

Want to tell the time using marbles? In this project, Görkem Bozkurt teaches us how to use a smart rail system, marbles, and 3D printed parts to make an ingenious timepiece.

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Blowing Stuff Up
Blow Molding – The Basics

Ever wondered what blow molding is? Here's a quick-fire overview of the manufacturing process, including its advantages, disadvantages, and application areas.

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Now on Kickstarter
Modifi3d Pro is a Heated Tool for Finishing Your 3D Prints

A new tool lets you finish, repair and modify finished 3D prints. The heatable pen tool "Modifi3D Pro" offers 10 exchangeable tips and is now available on Kickstarter.

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How Can I Connect with Other People Doing 3D Printing?

It's always a good idea to connect with people with whom you share interests -- in this case, 3D printing. Here are some of the best ways to connect with people who are doing 3D printing.

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Going for Gold
TRUMPF Green Laser Technology 3D Prints Copper and Gold

TRUMPF, a worldwide provider of machine tools, has announced the introduction of copper and gold 3D printing thanks to green laser technology.

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Engrave & Save
Ten-High 40W Laser Engraving Machine: Review the Specs

The TEN-HIGH 40W laser engraving cutting machine is a CO₂ gas laser engraver that strikes the balance between affordability and professional quality. Review the specs to learn more.

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World's Easiest Puzzle
Rubik’s Cube Solves Itself Using 3D Printing and Servo Motors

Japanese creator Human Controller has built a self-solving Rubik's Cube to the dimensions of the original toy using 3D printing, an Arduino and servo motors.

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Retro Redesign
Student Redesigns Nintendo 64 Joystick using 3D Printing

Nam Le, a student from California Polytechnic State University, reverse engineered a Nintendo 64 joystick system from scratch using upcycled controllers. His redesign is sturdier, more durable and longer-lasting than current joysticks.

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