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3D Addivist Cookbook; Liberal Art Majors Invade 3D Printing

The 3D Additivist Cookbook recently was published for free online, after a long hyped period of editing and collecting. The Cookbook is a compilation of different essays on a wide range of topic in 3D printing. The Additivist Cookbook started with the Additivist Manefesto in March 2015 with a call by Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke for papers about 3D…

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How moist filaments will screw up your 3D-printing

It’s not a myth guys. Moisture in filaments will really screw up your precious 3D-print! Not so long ago I decided to put this to the test, and in this video (and article below) you can understand what’s happening! I think the general understanding of most experienced 3D-print users is that you’re suppose to store your filaments well. But why?…

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3D printing during 2016: insights and predictions

{:en} 2016 is about to culminate, and there is no doubt that everything has happened extremely fast. From my part, I can say it was full of ups and downs; Were days of hard work, scholar stress and new projects knocking at my door. Writing for 3Dprinterchat has been one of those new experiences that came this year to get…

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The Guardian of Techno phobia

The internet has recently seen a resurgence in the yellow journalism of the 1890’s. Just like the newspaper wars  between Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal, news sites today are using scare headlines and misleading stores to attract viewers. The More Things Change… Presidential elections and false news on Facebook are the tip of…

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Sienci Mill One – Review

Sienci Mill One

Sienci Mill One – The Desktop CNC While 3D printing is all the rage right now and has been for a good couple of years, there are other desktop fabrication technologies that offer a diverse feature set for the enthusiast looking to make amazing things at home. 3D printing is well known as an additive manufacturing process, laying down layers…

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How Tasty Can You ‘3D Print’ Your Food?

{:en}A new high-tech multicultural cuisine is right under way to be devoured at your own homes. Thanks to the skyrocketing pace of 3D printing innovations, it is now possible to actually ‘print’ the food we eat. In addition, it is also claimed that 3D printed food can be made by using natural sources without additives and preservatives. But how tasty…

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WOULD YOU TRY 3-DINNER EXPERIENCE?

3D Printable Pizza

Have you ever guessed what future tastes like, or the way we’ll feed few years later? Well, thanks to Antony Dobrzensky, Marcio Barradas and a group of many other techs and food experts you could have a very futurist variety course meal just around the corner! Best part? yes, 3D-printers and augmented reality are totally involved in this unique concept…

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3D Printing in the Army: Here’s how

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3D Printing can create anything. Thus it is no surprise that the military (especially the United States’ one) already utilizes it, and has already made several breakthroughs. Here is a compiled list of all the uses that the military has found, up to date, for 3D Printing (plus some other possibilities for it in the end).

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How small can you print? 7 tiniest 3D prints that you can imagine

The 3D printers which we use always have a minimum structural size that can be printed. But research and exploration in the field has led to rapid development of technologies that can print objects in micro and nano scales. Such dimensions mean that the object is hardly visible to naked eyes. Here is a collection of such tiny 3D prints to make you blink your eyes twice.

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A Tour of IT-Works

Barbie Armor

IT-Works is a full service company for 3D printers located in Longmont, Colorado. IT-Works is headed by Jamie Leben, who worked in IT before becoming a retailer for Lulzbot 3D printers. Jamie and his staff work to provide a wide range of services for local 3D printers. Zheng3 3D printed Barbie armor and Tardigrade models printed at IT-Works I have…

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