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Biotech Revolution
FELIXprinters Launches New Bioprinter

Dutch 3D printer manufacturer FELIXprinters has officially launched its FELIX BIOprinter.

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Chef's Kiss
Here’s How Chefs Can 3D Print Their Chocolate Dreams

A Swiss chocolate manufacturer is offering chefs the ability to turn their confectionery visions into 3D printed chocolate realities.

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Best Anycubic Photon Slicer Alternatives

There are several slicers that can be used with the popular Anycubic Photon. Check out these alternatives, which are easy to install and use.

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Getting Better All The Time
Ultimaker Cura 4.5 Brings New Features, Fixes Bugs

Ultimaker’s Cura is the world’s most popular 3D slicer, preparing two million print jobs per week. 4.5, the latest version of the free slicer, has some clever new tricks up its sleeve.

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It's Back!
TCT Asia Announces New Dates for Exhibition

The exhibition will be held in July after it was postponed in February due to coronavirus concerns.

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Brace(let) Yourself
Ingenious Bracelet Jams Microphones Around You

Scientists 3D printed a bracelet that jams microphones on smart speakers like Alexa and Siri with ultrasonic signals to stop them from listening in on conversations

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3D Childhood
3Doodler Introduces 3D Build & Play for Children

3Doodler addresses a new target group with a new concept. In 3D Build & Play, the company merges picturebooks and storytelling with a 3D pen.

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Mars on the Mind
Elegoo Mars vs Elegoo Mars Pro: The Differences

In the Mars and Mars Pro, Elegoo has two winningly decent budget MSLA 3D printers on its hands. But what are the differences and which is better? We tell all.

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0 to 62 mph in 1.9 seconds
Czinger 21C: What we know about the 3D Printed Hypercar

0 to 62 mph in 1.9 seconds. 1,250 horsepower. This partially 3D printed hypercar is one of the fastest cars ever made.

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Anycubic Releases the Mega X: Its Biggest Machine in the Series

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for a brand new printer. Luckily, Anycubic has you covered with the Anycubic Mega X, our first machine to be released in 2020.

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Cu soon
Markforged Releases Solution for 3D Printing Pure Copper 

Markforged is now offering 3D printable copper, which can be used with its Metal X system, to bring on-demand copper part production in-house and reducing lead time to a few days.

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The Future is Now
Boston Micro Fabrication Unveils High-Resolution Microscale 3D Printing Technology

Boston Micro Fabrication launched a microscale 3D printer called microArch, which is capable of printing with a 2µ resolution.

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How to Find 3D Printing Companies that Print Parts for You

Want 3D printed parts but don't own a printer? Why not turn to a professional service? Learn how to find the 3D printing company for you!

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School is Cool
MakerBot Broadens 3D Printing in Schools with Sketch Classroom

MakerBot announced its latest venture in education with its Sketch Classroom, an ecosystem designed to help teachers and students get the most out of 3D printing.

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Don't Fry This At Home
Researchers Turn Old Cooking Oil from McDonald’s into Resin for 3D Printing

Researchers at the University of Toronto Scarborough transformed used cooking oil from deep fryers at McDonald's into a biodegradable resin.

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It Said "Beh"
3,000-Year-Old Mummy’s Voicebox 3D Printed

A team of UK researchers has recreated the vocal tract of a 3,000-year-old mummy, producing a vowel-like sound comparable to that of modern-day people.

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TCT Asia Postponed as a Precaution Against Coronavirus

In the interest of health and safety, VNU Rapid News Ltd, the organizer of TCT Asia, has announced that February’s show is postponed until further notice.

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A Loaded Issue
States Suing US Government Over 3D Printed Gun Laws

3D printed guns - or ghost guns - have pitted pro-gun groups like Defense Distributed against gun safety advocates. This is the second time the Trump administration is being sued by states over 3D printed guns.

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Misfire
Defense Distributed’s Attempt to Revive 3D Printed Gun Lawsuit Rejected

Defense Distributed tried to reopen a lawsuit it began and later settled with the State Department. This attempt was rejected in the US court of appeals.

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Bear-y Cute
Family 3D Printing Koalas to Raise Money for Australian Charity

In an effort to help koalas affected by fires in Australia, they've been 3D printing mini koalas on their Ender 3 and giving them to anyone who donates at least $5 to the Adelaide Koala Rescue.

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