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Links 1 through 10 of 37 by René Walter tagged 3d-Printer

a Norwegian teacher and game developer has teamed up with a museum to make accurate reproductions of Viking artifacts.

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When his wife was misdiagnosed, Michael Balzer used 3D printing and imaging to get her well

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Chinese Artist, Hongtao Zhou creates 3D documents to reemphasis printing in modern technological world.

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Peng has spent the last four months on an ongoing project to 3D print a giant twisted and distorted modern rendition of the Biblical Ark of Noah.

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3D printing provides an opportunity to change the way we think about the world around us. [1] It merges the physical and the digital. People on opposite sides of the globe can collaborate on designing an object and print out identical prototypes every step of the way. Instead of purchasing one of a million identical objects built in a faraway factory, users can customize pre-designed objects and print them out at home. Just as computers have allowed us to become makers of movies, writers of articles, and creators of music, 3D printers allow everyone to become creators of things.

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2012 may be the year of 3D printing, when this three-decade-old technology finally becomes accessible and even commonplace. Lisa Harouni gives a useful introduction to this fascinating way of making things -- including intricate objects once impossible to create.

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Engineers at MIT are tinkering with all sorts of advanced solar power technology, like self-assembling solar cells, virus-structured cells and an artificial leaf system that mimics photosynthesis. Their latest project is somewhat more simple: It can be printed on a regular sheet of paper.

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Manufacturing and retail could get a much- needed boost from a newly- developed 3D chocolate printer.In the long term the technology could be used by customers to design many different products themselves - tailor-made to their needs and preferences.Using new digital technology the printer allows you to create your own designs on a computer and reproduce them physically in three dimensional form in chocolate.

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