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3D Printing Will Turn Tax System Upside Down

3D printing is disrupting local and global manufacturing; which will most likely result in complicated tax issues. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park dives into the forms.

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UK Prosecutor Uses 3D Printed Replica Skulls in Child Murder Trial

For the first time in British legal history, 3D printed replica have been used to illustrate the severe head injuries sustained by Ellie Butler in an ongoing court case.

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UAE’s 3D Printing Strategy
25% of Dubai’s Buildings Will Be 3D Printed by 2030

Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has said that by 2030, around 25% of Dubai's buildings will be 3D printed.

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Kai Parthy Shares 3D Printing Soluble Filaments “LAY-AWAY”

3D Printing filament innovator Kai Parthy is back with his LAY-AWAY series, four new 3D printing soluble filaments.

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Rachel Goldsmith Uses 3Doodler, an Oven To Make Art

Artist Rachel Goldsmith creates unbelievable art using a 3D printing pen. The 3Doodler artist shares some of her newest techniques and experiences.

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Lenovo’s First 3D Printer
Lenovo Enters 3D Printing Market with XiaoXin L20

Lenovo presented their first 3D printer XiaoXin L20 at a presentation in Beijing which they hope will help them become the first major Chinese brand on the market.

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OneRing: 15 Year Old Creates 3D Printed Parkinson’s Tracker

15 year old whizzkid creates OneRing, a 3D printed Parkinson's tracker that uses machine learning to analyze and understand movement.

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GE Build World’s Largest Commercial Jet Engine using 3D Printing

General Electric have started testing the largest jet engine ever built which has even been made using 3D printed parts.

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MakerBot Outsources 3D Printer Manufacturing

MakerBot will no longer make their own 3D printers, outsourcing to supply chain specialist Jabil and closing down their factory in Brooklyn.

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Disney Research Files Super-Fast 3D Printing Patent

Last week, Walt Disney company filed another 3D printing patent, which leaves behind the traditional "layer-by-layer" approach. With their other patents, Disney could become a major force in the 3D printing market.

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Zortrax 3D Printed Artificial Heart

3D printing has resulted in a major reduction in research costs, enabling Polish scientists to create a fully functional artificial heart.

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Remixing Classic Portraits
3D Printed Sculptures Bring Classic Portraits to Life

Classic portraits are being given a very modern twist thanks to one artist who is restyling his subjects and 3D printing the results.

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Scandy App Turns 3D Photographs into 3D Printables

Want to scan and print 3D photographs? There's an app for that. Scandy just raised $1 million to work on their scanners, spheres and objects.

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3D Cocooner Spins Shapes Inspired by Nature

New innovation in 3D printing takes inspiration from nature; 3D Cocooner copies spiders and caterpillars to spin threads into complex shapes.

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Legal Woes of 3D Printing
How You Can Help Creative Commons With 3D Printing Attribution

Creative Commons ask for input from the 3D Printing community so they can create better 3D Printing Attribution rules. All you have to do to help them is answer five simple questions.

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Become a 3D Printing Artist with a Robot Guided Hand

Planning to dabble in hand-held 3D printing? The Guided Hand robotic arm will provide the training wheels you need.

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3D Printing in Aviation
3D Printed Ice to Weather Test Boeing Planes

A 3D printed artificial ice which replicates all weather conditions is being made to help Boeing test an aircraft's ability to shed this dangerous hazard.

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What Can A Hydraulic Press Do To a 3D Print? (It’s Crushing)

Youtube channel Hydraulic Press just got a 3D Printer. Now they are accepting designs for items to be systematically squished.

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Wohlers Report 2016
Terry Wohlers: “The Industry Could Not Be Much Stronger”

Contrary to popular belief, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry is growing significantly. All3DP talked to market researcher Terry Wohlers about the Wohlers Report 2016.

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Bring The Cost Down
3D Print Chairs and Furniture with Pellet Filament

WASP wants to bring down the cost for big 3D printed objects. So they invented a new nozzle for 3D printing pellets, which only cost a fraction of regular filament. So now you can 3D print chairs for just some bucks.

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