Urn for Garden of Innocence Project, Part 1; 3D Printing Urns for Unknown Children

Garden of Innocence (GOI) provides dignified burials and cremation urn for abandoned or unidentified children. Every year GOI works with woodworkers who donate handmade caskets and cremation urns to properly bury these children. After watching the video by April Wilkerson about the urn she made, I was inspired to put my 3D printer to use for […]

GOI urn

University to develop 3D printed water treatment for contaminated drinking water

Researches at University of Bath, UK, hope to develop a 3D printed household water treatment (HWT) system for people who don’t have access to a centralized water supply in developing countries. The water supply system would cost $6.50 USD and be able to produce up to 35 liters of clean drinking water a day. 650 […]

water treatment

3D Printing Then, Now, Next Five Years and BEYOND

The 3D Printing Epiphany In 2010 I became aware of 3D Printing and had my epiphany regarding what I believe was its potential to change the world. At that time I was seeking a new passion and 3D Printing provided me not only with a new hobby but the vehicle for changing my life and […]

3d printing in the future