Author: Joris Category: 3D Printing Round Up.

3D Printing News 3D printed ovaries lead to successful births in mice. 3D bio printing has a bright future, although many of the much talked about implementations are decades away from being implemented in humans, this is a high potential new technology area. A research team at the University...

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Author: Suryanarayanan Radhakrishnan Category: 3D Printing, Guest Blogger, Technology

3D Printing is making rapid progress today in the field of medicine, science, and technology. In the next 10-15 years, we might be in a situation where we can see the use of 3D printers just like we are using our smartphones today. Now comes the question how 3D...

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Author: Joris Category: 3D Printing Round Up.

3D Printing News The Kodama Obsidian is a new $99 3D printer. This is a new price point for 3D printers and it would make the technology more accessible but at those prices we’re a bit skeptical. The company also sells filament with crushed obsidian in it. The Blackbelt...

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Author: Joris Category: 3D Printing Round Up.

3D Printing News  The has Karlsruhe Institute of Technology has created a process whereby you can erase and reprint 3D printed structures at the nanoscale. The direct laser writing 3D printing process can make structures of up to 100 nm in size using a nanoscale ink 3D printing process which...

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