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The manufacturing of a 3D printed object is normally achieved using additive processes. What is an Additive process? Well It´s A process where an object is created by laying down layer by layers of material until the object is fully created. Each of these layers can be seen as a very thinly sliced horizontal cross section of the object.

Police Bust a gun making Lab

The suspect had 3d printers capable of making gun parts. 3D Printing has many real-world uses, From printing your house in a couple of hours to simulating a tumour for treatment, Printing out prosthetics for use.There's a bright and…

Print Out Your Next home

Let's imagine this, You buy a house, Wait a couple of months or even a year for it to be completed,Then you move in….. in between when you move in and when you bought the house, you rake in a bunch of expenses.What if you could cut…

Mars in 3D

Soon humanity will colonise the stars, with more daring space explorations in the last decade it's not that far fetched. Simulations have given an idea of what life on Mars would be like and what habitat would ensure man's survival. …

Five Best Life-Size Prints

How many times since buying your first 3D printer have you thought it would be fun to print something life-size? Well many others have had to same desire, and made it a reality. In this article I will pick five of what in my…

COVID-19 Helped 3D Printing

Many see the pandemic as the downfall of industry. But for the 3D printing industry they have received a much-needed booster shot. Manufactures are looking at the current rise in interest as a prelude to an uptick in printer…

Essentium has Partnered with Magigoo

Magigoo has already been known for one of the best methods of keeping projects stuck to the bed.  In a joint effort with Essentium, Maggigoo owned by Malta-based Thought 2D.  A new polymer formulated for use in high-speed Fused Deposition…

Voodoo Manufacturing is Closed

Voodoo Manufacturing a Brooklyn-based 3D printing service has closed.  Before closing they were able to successfully manufacture 15,000 face shields. Unfortunately after having to lay off their staff, they just were not able to come back…

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