• How to Save and Make money with a 3d Printer

    The Michigan Tech associate professor Joshua Pearce, According to a study at Michigan Technological University, says that the average consumer can also make up to 1000% return of investment with a 3D printer by using it to...

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  • Revolutionary 3d Printing Coffee Maker, sugar free!

    Have you ever thought to improve your coffee machine features?  Tropical Labs not only thought about it, but they also made it real by creating something different, maybe better: a delta-style 3d printing out of a coffee...

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  • Volunteers Make 3D-Printed Prosthetic Hands for Kids

    Ivan Owen’s initial idea has grown into the open-source e-NABLE Community, volunteer army with nearly 10,000 participants in 40 countries, bringing 3D-printed prosthetic hands to kids everywhere. By sharing open-source designs online, any tinkerer with a 3D...

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  • A DIY 3D Printing Filament Roller on Kickstarter

    How many times does your print stop for a filament error? Now with this Filament Roller you have the chance to avoid any filament problem in printing process. It helps you to detect stoppages, automatically pause your...

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  • 3D Printing Trends 2017

    Are you interested in 3d printing for personal or industrial use? I’m sure you’ll appreciate the following reports, based on real data from the 3D Hubs platform with over 6,900 online 3D printing services in 150+ countries....

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  • Let’s put all in order by color with M&Ms and Skittles sorting machine!

    We would like to introduce a nice project makes with different components, put together to sort M&Ms and Skittles! It makes with Arduino controller, stepper motors, an RGB color sensor and 3D-printed parts to sort several types...

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  • How to fix 3D Printing STL files with MakePrintable

    Converting 3D modeling files to STL can be problematic. Additionally, 3D printing often lays bare file errors such as nonmanifold issues, flipped vertices, holes in the mesh and intersecting objects. Meshes for 3D printing need to be...

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  • Google Plans: AI on Raspberry Pi

    Google is intending to expand the dev tools available to makers using the Raspberry Pi microprocessor to power their projects this year — potentially offering software tools for face- and emotion-recognition, speech-to-text translation, natural language processing, sentiment analysis, predictive analytics and...

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  • Super Mario would love it!

    Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition (a.k.a. Mini NES) was an instant hit. Released in 2016, it sold out in just some hours. Even months after the initial release, it’s difficult go get hold of it. There’s not official...

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  • The best way to cure Irish homesickness: Arduino powered Bagpipe

    Arduino enthusiasts looking for a little inspiration for their next project may be interested in an Arduino powered robot that is capable of playing the bagpipes thanks to its Arduino Mega 2560 microprocessing unit. The robot can...

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  • 3D printed microscope for waterborne diseases prevention!

    Scientists from Cambridge University have developed a 3D printable microscope that can be used to test water. The device uses a Raspberry Pi and a tiny camera, and is currently being tested by British charity Oxfam, which...

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  • 3D Printed Medical Devices Market up to 17.7% of CAGR in 2026. 

    Future Market Insights presents a 10-year forecast for the global 3D printed medical devices market between 2016 and 2026 in a new publication titled “3D Printed Medical Devices Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016 –...

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  • WEMBI: Make your 3d printing the best ever — Kickstarter

    Thanks to a revolutionary firmware and a very simple hardware, Wembi overtakes the problem of low accuracy levels and achieves unparalleled accuracy and Speed in 3D printing, unlike anything else. With important advantages over standard stepper motor...

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  • Ever wanted to be Darth Vader? Bring Star Wars to life with 3D Printed ‘Tractor Beam’

    Star Wars fans will be really excited about the opportunity to turn a dream into reality. Through this “tractor beam” you are able to move small objects using sound waves, in the comfort of your own home...

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  • 3D-Printed Arduino Bionic Hand

    The Youbionic 3d-printed hand can manipulate many different items, including a small box, a water bottle, and a set of keys. This revolutionary movement system is based on the material deformation, throught the geometric control of the structure. It’s characterized...

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  • Droiko on Kickstarter – First True Gaming Drone, the battle is now!

    Droiko is a high technology gaming micro drone that allows you playing GAMES with your drone. It’s a fully open source product, both hardware and software. As soon as the project is succesfully funded, everything design related...

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  • Harvard researchers create the first organ on chip, completely 3D printed

    The medical field has been working to create organs via 3D printer. It’s a difficult feat, but a team of researchers at Harvard University did it. They created the first organ on a chip entirely made with...

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  • Build Your Own SLA/DLP 3D Printer with 3D Printed Parts

    A maker named Aldric Négrier has designed and built several 3D printers, many of which he has shared on Instructables.  Their latest is the RooBee One, an aluminum-frame SLA-DLP printer named for its bright red color. The design...

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