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There are countless 3D printing applications in manufacturing, technology, and society. From education to medicine, here are a few ways 3D printing impacts our world today!
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The Dremel DigiLab 3D45 is an educationally-minded desktop 3D printer. Check out our review to find out why it's ideal for the classroom.
When learning about additive manufacturing, 3D printing concepts can be easily explained though 3D printed models. Try it for yourself.
3D printing is revolutionizing the classroom and how kids learn. Just think, you could 3D print to give a physical element to each lesson plan. If you're an educator, read on to learn everything you need to know about 3D printing in education as a teaching resource in the classroom.
The Smithsonian partnered with Autodesk to 3D scan the Apollo 11 command module “Columbia", and have released 3D printable files online.
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To give a basic push-chair more oomph, a high-school robotics team developed an electric wheelchair kit using Arduino and 3D printing.
Say hello to Microbot! Fresh after yesterday's UK launch, here's a project to turn your BBC micro:bit into a robot with 3D printing.
Bringing a new dimension to history and museum education, the Museum in a Box is a brilliant interactive learning experience. It uses 3D printed objects with NFC chips to trigger audio commentary, all managed by a Raspberry Pi.
Need a new door handle? These "metamaterial mechanisms" developed at the Hasso-Plattner-Institut are functional objects without moving parts.
Looking to learn more about additive manufacturing? On December 5, MIT is hosting a free training webinar with Professor John Hart.
Algorithm developed by engineering researchers at University of Michigan allows desktop 3D printers to boost speed without impacting quality.
Not a hoax, not an imaginary story. The EU is funding an underground robot called BADGER which can drill and 3D print curving tunnels.
College students in Cleveland, Ohio have designed and 3D printed assistive devices for disabled veterans according to their desires.
Photon the robot goes into large scale production next month after 3D printing company Zortrax helped refine the prototype.