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    • UK Cosplayer 3D Prints Batman Batsuit

      UK Cosplayer 3D Prints Batman Batsuit

      UK-based cosplayer Stevie Dee designed and 3D printed Batman’s suit just like in the Dark Knight. As the founder of Crimson Coscrafts and a CGI artist, he wanted to bring his favorite superhero suit to life. Collaborating with Tundra Designs and Gauntlt FX, Dee says that it all started with his love for Batman three Read More »
    • The Future of 3D Printing Filaments: Metal, Limestone, and Wood

      The Future of 3D Printing Filaments: Metal, Limestone, and Wood

      You already knew about the infinite possibilities with PLA, ABS, and rubber filaments but MakerBot raised the bar even higher by announcing at the 2015 International CES that they were going to release PLA Composite Filaments with composites of real metal, stone, and wood by the end of the year. Real metal, stone, or wood Read More »
    • Royal Mail Adopts 3D Printing at London Delivery Office

      Royal Mail Adopts 3D Printing at London Delivery Office

      UK’s Royal Mail, an institution since 1516, is by no means archaic in their view of the future. In fact, they recently added a 3D printing service in their London office. The company is partnering with 3D printing firm iMakr on the pilot. iMkr will install 3D printers in the Royal Mail’s New Cavendish office Read More »
    • Here Comes the 3D Printed Band-Aid of the Future

      Here Comes the 3D Printed Band-Aid of the Future

      Wearable technology and 3D printing are like two peas in a pod. As the demand for the former continue to increase, so do the number of manufacturers who turn to 3D printing for a more cost effective way to produce new things. Even everyday products that aren’t necessarily tech-related get upgraded because of 3D printing. Read More »
    • 3D Printing May Be the Answer to Arthritis

      3D Printing May Be the Answer to Arthritis

      Researchers at Cornell University have developed a procedure to regenerate the knee meniscus using 3D printing and the body’s own stem cells. The knee meniscus is the tissue lining that acts as a natural cushion for our knees. Damaged menisci may lead to arthritis.   The procedure has proven to be successful in sheep six Read More »

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