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Cellink Uses Bioprinting to Print Cancer Tissues and Develop Effective Treatment

The Swedish bioprinting startup Cellink is working alongside CTI Biotech to 3D print replicas of cancer tissues in order to find more effective treatments.  

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The 3D Printing Handbook Review: The Only Handbook You’ll Ever Need

For newbies and experienced designers alike, meet your new best friend: The 3D Printing Handbook from 3D Hubs. Read our detailed review.

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3D Printed Aerospace Jet Engine
Engineering Students Create First Ever Working 3D Printed Jet Engine

The X-plorer engine is the first of its kind: A working 3D printed jet engine. It consists of more than 260 3D printed parts.

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Shapr3D Introduces Powerful CAD Modeling into the iPad Pro

Shapr3D integrates with Siemens PLM and Tech Soft 3D to release professional-grade 3D CAD modeling software for the iPad Pro. 

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Kyoto Student 3D Prints a Plywood Bending Jig

Ryo Kosaka, a maker and student at Kyoto Institute of Technology, develops a method of bending plywood using 3D printed joints and SPF boards.

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Muon to Watch
Make Your Own Cosmic Particle Detector for Under $100

MIT physicists have created an inexpensive muon detector from off-the-shelf parts and a 3D printed case. Spun off into an outreach program, the Cosmic Watch device is aimed at students.

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Electrolux 3D Printing Spare Parts for Home Appliances?

The multinational home appliance manufacturer Electrolux is conducting a feasibility study into 3D printing spare parts on-demand.

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Interview With Digital Metal: One Giant Leap For Small Metal 3D Printed Parts

All3DP sits down with Digital Metal's Alexander Sakraditis to discuss the company's high-precision metal 3D printer for small components.

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Opposable Thumbs
Shapeways and Valve Partner to Offer 3D Printed Custom Toys

In an agreement with Shapeways, designers can now make and sell 3D printed merchandise and accessories based on hardware and games by Valve.

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Polymaker Seeks to Keep Filament Safe with PolyBox Container

Polymaker unveils the PolyBox, a container that keeps plastic filaments protected from moisture and sits beside a desktop 3D printing system.

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30 Super Mario Accessories You Can Buy or DIY

Are you a Super Mario fan looking for some of the coolest Super Mario accessories? Now you can 3D print, DIY or simply buy.

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Trees Made of Paper?
Artist Ironically Scans Tasmanian Eucalyptus Tree and 3D Prints it in Paper

An artist and associate professor is 3D scanning and printing a Tasmania Eucalypt tree using paper to make a point about the state's forest industry.

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Disney Research Unveils Design Tool for Compliant Mechanisms

A group of scientists at Disney Research in Zurich have developed a new method for designing and 3D printing flexible, compliant mechanisms.

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3D Rendering a Fake Image for a French Photo ID

Blurring the lines of identity and what is real, a French artist has used 3D modeling to fake a image for his government photo ID.

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Hydro Dipping and Other Tricks to Post-Process 3D Prints

Learn how to use water marbling, polishing, and other post-processing techniques to make your 3d print models look even better.

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Isharya Launches Debut Line of 3D Printed Jewelry

Complementing its handmade in India, Californian-chic pieces, Isharya joins the ranks of creators using 3D printing to forge unique shapes.

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Different Strokes
3D Printing a New Twist on Famous Van Gogh Painting

Self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh gets recreated with 3D printing thanks to collaboration between Custom Prototypes and the Van Gogh Studio.

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3D Printed Cabinet Turns Nintendo Switch into Neo Geo Arcade

3D printing and video games go well together. Here‘s a great looking cabinet to give your Nintendo Switch a perfect Neo Geo retro feel.

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Could You Save Money by 3D Printing Household Items?

Exploring the economic benefits of a desktop 3D printer, professor finds that printing household items can result in long-term savings.

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Photographer takes Beautiful Pictures with 3D Printed Lens

A French photographer used a 3D printer to make his own camera lens, and rather surprisingly the quality of his images are fantastic.

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