News for 4 Feb 2015

Hover Board by Hendo

Welcome to the weekly news for the first week in February! This week I have found some really cool articles that will definitely tweak your interests. As we approach the anniversary of Marty McFly’s arrival date, 21 October, 2015, Hendo is fast approaching the release of their hover board. It’s not as agile as Marty’s, […]

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News for 28 Jan 2015

Filament

In today’s blog I hope to bring to you a few more informative articles that will make your 3D printing experience more enjoyable. In this article we take a brief look at a filament comparison article, some new filament entering the market, and a flashlight that will last up to 20 years! 3D Printing Industry […]

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Happy New Years!

Friction Weld

Happy 2015! I hope everyone had a great holiday and you were able to accomplish all of your printing projects for the holidays. This week I begin with a look at a few “how to” projects that may interest you as well as one article on upcoming technology for the New Year. The first project […]

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3D Printing News 31 Dec 2014

Embossify

It’s a new week, and a new year is right around the corner. I hope Santa brought you all those wonderful 3D printers or accessories that you wanted. Now, let’s look at a few upcoming stories that may put those new toys to work for you! Makerbot has released a new version of its PrintShop […]

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3D Printing News 24 Dec 2014

Derby the Dog

Well, Christmas is almost here so let me wish you all a very Merry Christmas. This week’s blog looks at interesting articles that take us into the world of articulated 3D printed parts as well as a touching video of a big-hearted handicapped puppy dog. If you read my blog often then you know I […]

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16 December 2014, News For The Week!

Monster Image

Princeton has developed a process for embedding electronic devices into contact lenses. In their latest venture they have embedded a LED into a 3D printed contact lens. They are trying to show that various materials can be printed and integrated together to produce a new product with synergistic effects. If you would like to learn […]

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3D News for 10 December, 2014

Rose Blossoms

  Happy hump day! Today, I bring to you 3 articles that I hope you will find as interesting as I did! Our first newsworthy item is a claim to the first ever 3D printed inflatable flower. Sound strange? Well, after you review the article you will understand what can be accomplished with the synergistic […]

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