3D printing holds a lot of promise for creating, rather than buying what you need. One day you may be able to print your own car, your own footwear, and yes, a gun,… Read more: All items from The Legend of Zelda get 3D printed deer antler extract
There’s lots to learn if you’ve just joined us in the world of 3D printing. Whether you’re learning the ropes with a new MakerBot Replicator 2 or if you’re still trying to wrap your head around what a MakerBot desktop 3D printer can do, the MakerBot Discover page is worth exploring
The partisan debate over gun control is no match for Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed. He’s leading the way in creating weapons with 3-D printers, as we’ve covered in the past.
It’s great and exciting to see so many ideas coming alive at i.materialise and to notice more and more people find their way to our online service. To help people in the design process, we want to highlight the issue of Intellectual Property. Intellectual Property?
The European Space Agency and others are looking into creating an inflatable moon dome that can house four people while protecting them from meteorites, gamma radiation, and more. [Read more] Read more from the original source: Next up for 3D printing: a moonbase?
With companies like Google creating self-driving cars and augmented-reality glasses, futurist Ray Kurzweil’s predictions are starting to sound much more realistic. Kurzweil, cofounder of Singularity University, became famous for creating the first text-to-speech software
3D printing is an amazing process, not only to simply watch a print appear from thin air, but also for the things it makes possible. We’re reading how a species of mollusk, the multiplacophoran Protobalanus spinicoronatus, extinct for 390 million years has been re-created using 3D printing.