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Bulgarian Doctors Implant First 3D Printed Rib

Doctors in Bulgaria created a 3D printed rib for a patient who's own rib had to be removed due to a congenital disease. This use of additive manufacturing is a first, but not the last, for the country.

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Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Develops 3D Supercar Model to Promote Upcoming Launch

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, the boutique manufacturer of "exotic high-performance racing and road cars", has partnered with Aerosport Modeling & Design to a 3D print small-scale model of its 2019 SCG 004S supercar.

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Aleph Objects Appoints New CEO and CTO with Plans to Target Growth in 2019

Aleph Objects, the 3D printer manufacturer responsible for LulzBot 3D printing products, has announced that it's appointing a new CEO and CTO to target growth in 2019.

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Isolating Aggressive Breast Cancer Stem Cells with 3D Printed Scaffolds

Scientists at the University of Girona in Spain have reached an important milestone in triple-negative breast cancer research by successfully using 3D printing to isolate aggressive breast cancer stem cells. 

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3D Printing Impossible Object Optical Illusions as Small as Red Blood Cells

A Japanese mathematical scientist at Meiji University used Cytosurge's FluidFM 3D printing technology to create "Impossible Objects", which trick the mind, as small as the size of a red blood cell.

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NASA Engineer Gets Revenge on Package Thieves with Glitter Bomb Trap

Mark Rober, the former NASA engineer turned YouTuber, has developed the perfect ploy to get his revenge on unsuspecting package thieves by building a Glitter Bomb trap which blasts them with glitter and a stinky smell triggered by a 3D printed actuator.

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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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LSU Student 3D Prints Full Size Human Phantom for Testing Radiation Therapy

A senior at Louisiana State University (LSU) studying Biological and Agricultural Engineering has used a 3D printer to aid her research by printing a life-size human body for radiation therapy. 

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Pastry Chef Jordi Bordas Works with BCN3D to Create Golden Peanut

Through the power of desktop 3D printing, facilitated by Barcelona-based printer manufacturer BCN3D, pastry chef Jordi Bordas has concocted the ultimate nutty treat -- the Golden Peanut.

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Researchers Develop Needle-less 3D Printed Biosensor for Glucose Monitoring

A research team from Washington State University is working on a project to develop a glucose monitoring 3D printed biosensor which would be integrated into wearable monitors.

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[Project] Floating Portable Speaker

Ever gone for a dip in a lake or the ocean and wished you could get closer to the music? That's exactly what Instructables user BryantM thought when he developed his floating portable speaker, which we'll look at in this Weeked Project.

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[Project] Auto-Correcting Analog Clock

In this Weekend Project, we build an "old" analog clock, designed by Instructables user gzumwalt. The 3D printed gadget corrects itself via software and an NTP clock server.

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[DEAL] Monoprice Delta Pro for $200 off

Perhaps you missed Black Friday, or perhaps it didn't offer the printer you had your heart set on. Either way, take a look at this deal. This Monoprice Delta wasn't discounted for Black Friday/Cyber Monday, but it is now, $200 off, just for you.

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RePaint: AI-Powered 3D Printing System Accurately Reproduces Artwork

Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed RePaint, an AI-powered, 3D printing system which can accurately reproduce your favorite oil painting. 

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From Cameras to Ceramics
Canon Announces 3D Printing Technology and Material for Highly Accurate Ceramic Parts

Canon, the Japanese company best known for its cameras, has announced that it has developed a ceramic 3D printing technology and material which is "highly-accurate" and capable of producing parts with complex geometries.

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