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NASA Planning To Do 3D Manufacturing On Space

It seems NASA has deeply inclined to 3D printing technology. Earlier, we have seen NASA donating $125,000 fund to develop a 3D food printer that would be able to create a variety of edibles from common materials. Lately, NASA has announced that it plans to launch equipment for the first 3D microgravity printing experiment on the International Space…
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NASA Funds Project To Build 3D Food Printer

Have you ever seen a food ad on TV so compelling that you began craving that particular dish or snack? With the help of 3D printer innovations, one day that dream could be a reality. Recently, NASA has donated a $125,000 fund to mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor, head of Systems & Materials Research Corporation, to develop a 3D food printer…
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Ecophage — The World’s First 3D Printed 3D Printer

The news reminds of scenes from The Matrix where Agent Smith replicates himself unending. The same seems to have happened in a lab of Germany’s Doppelbock University, where as much as 12 generations of 3D printers were constructed using 3D printers. Yes, that’s right. We’re talking about generations of 3D printed 3D printers.
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Solidoodle Introduces The Cheapest 3D Printer

A 3D printer is a materiel printer that can construct 3D objects from 3D modeling data. Unlike other machines that uses subtractive process, this type of machines put successive layers to construct. A company named Solidoodle has recently introduced the first sub $500 3D Printer. The reason behind setting such low price, near one third compared to…
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World’s First 3-D Printed Jaw Transplanted To 83 Year Old Woman

For the first time in the history of the world, a 3D printer created lower jaw of mouth has been successfully fitted to an 83 year old woman's face, who is a European octogenarian. The artificial jaw was made from Titanium powder. This successful operation occurred in June, 2011, in Netherlands: but mysteriously more than 8 months later, it's been…
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