3D Printed Metal Toothbrush set to launch a new brushing experience

We have come across metal 3D printing making headlines in manufacturing parts for jet engines, space rockets, aircrafts, F1 cars and such. But a toothbrush? Yes, an Italian team has 3D printed metal toothbrush out of stainless steel and titanium. Of course only the handle and not the bristles. The brush looks flashy enough to […]

3D Printed Metal Toothbrush

Mercedes-Benz 3D Prints First Metal Spare Part For Trucks

Being originated from rapid prototyping applications, 3D printing exhibits itself at different points in the manufacturing supply chain. And one of the latest: Metallic spare parts for automobile. Mercedes-Benz Trucks in Germany 3D prints first metal spare part. It has started printing aluminium thermostat covers for its customer services & parts division. Being known worldwide […]

3D prints first metal spare part

High-schoolers in Hong Kong set Guinness World Record for biggest 3D printed sculpture display

Lately, a new week also means a new World Record for 3D printing! At least a week ago, 1,236 students from 123 different secondary schools across Hong Kong set the World Record Guinness for the biggest 3D printed sculpture display. The giant model, which represents Hong Kong’s harbour side in miniature, consist of 1,214 3D […]

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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 […]

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French Design studio combines technology + craft to manufacture colorful 3D printed watch collection

Who wouldn’t love to use 3D printed accessories in a normal basis? Lyon-based design studio notaroberto-boldrini just launched a new project after the acquisition of the Zortrax M200 3D printer. Dubbed under the name of .STEP, this is a 3D printed watch collection that combines technology and craft process. About the creation of Watch.Step 3D […]

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Printrbot and Polar3D introduce Printrbelt; a new conveyor belt 3D printer

Printrbot and Polar3D develop a new conveyor belt 3D printer While it isn’t a new concept, the conveyor belt 3D printer idea is gaining more and more popularity this year. Prove of this ‘trend’ popping up is the recent launching of the Printrbelt 3D printer, which just debuted last week after its successful development by […]

Conveyor belt 3D printer

Québec’s provincial government to invest nearly $2.31M in Medical 3D printing center

Medical 3D printing center to be the first of its kind in the Canadian province Québec Industrial Research Center (CRIQ), together with the CHU Québec-Université Laval network of hospitals just launched a project to open a $2.874 million (USD) medical 3D printing center in Québec City; although Quebecois patients are not strangers to medical 3D printing, […]

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Formula 1 Teams Deploy 3D Printing To Race For Victory

3D Printing in F1 3D printing and Formula 1 have been close allies for a quite long time. The possible design degrees of freedom and the capability to quickly tryout new materials and designs allure F1 owners to capitalize from this disruptive technology. 3D printing has also been used to build actual cars that can […]

3D Printing in F1

Sydney Toddler with cerebral palsy takes first steps wearing 3D printed orthotics

A toddler has taken her first independent steps wearing 3D printed orthotics made by Australian start-up AbilityMate Eve Darcy was diagnosed with cerebral palsy only a few weeks after her birth; it wasn’t a surprise that Eve could only walk aided by a rolling frame as she growing. But now, after a couple of days […]

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Michelin unveils its 3D printed Airless and Eco-Friendly Concept tire

Whether as drivers or passengers, we all have faced a pneumatic issue on the road. At least in my city, where tracks are far from being uniform, a flat tire is a common and time-wasting incident. Knowing the great versatility of 3D printing for a while now, I’ve been wondering why we can’t just 3D print an airless […]

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Wave-Like 3D Printed Robots Could Soon be Crawling Through Your Intestines

This is SAW (Single Actuator Wave-Like Robot). Dr. David Zarrouk designed and tested this innovative 3D printed robot at Ben-Gurion University in Israel. The SAW uses a wave-like motion to propel itself over rough terrain, swim through water, and even climb up vertical walls. The SAW could be used as a reconnaissance vehicle, an inspection […]

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Meet Public Autoquoter Tool, the latest 3D printing software launched by MakerOs

This time I bring you good news for your 3D printing purchasing habits and business; But first, let’s talk about the company who made this possible; MakerOs is a Detroit-Based company which offers all-in-one business management solutions through 3D printing software. In fact, its latest feature is Public Autoquoter, which was just added to its […]

Play Music by tapping colors thanks to 3D Printed Specdrums Ring

Music is primarily a powerful way to transcend all language barriers connecting people, cultures and personalities. However, many of us (including myself) do not have the time to learn playing an instrument, neither the money to invest in music lessons. similarly, many instruments are also just difficult to carry around, such as drum sets and […]

3D Printed Specdrum Rings

Medical 3D printing might help infertile women get pregnant through Bio prosthetic Ovaries

I’m always talking about 3D printing as the future of prototyping and manufacturing but what about medical 3D Printing? Medical 3D printing begun with devices such as hearing aids and arm prosthesis. Now we count on 3D printed models for study in surgical cases and 3D printed bone replacements. Another example is the case that […]

Medical 3D Printing Ovaries

Top 5 New 3D printing Accelerator programs to which you should apply to grow your business

Being an entrepreneur is far from being an easy labor. There are many, many difficulties to face before bringing your idea to the market. But that’s actually the beginning of a harder stage: Successfully growing your business. Fortunately, there are a lot of alternatives to help you reaching potential costumers and grow your business; these […]

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New Liquid 3D Printing Method by MIT and Steelcase

Scientists at the MIT Self-assembly Lab and Global Furniture Manufacturer Steelcase teamed up to develop a new and faster method of liquid 3D printing Let’s face it once again. In a consumer goods industry, where quality of finish and time are  key factors, conventional 3D printing is still fairly a slow process. Among other reasons, this […]

The innovative method, called ‘Rapid Liquid Printing’, has been successfully tested for customizing office furniture.

3D Printing News Summary: April 24, 2017

Here is a short summary of 3D-Printing News I bet you wouldn’t want to miss! A lot of news related to 3D Printing comes out everyday. Most of them are good news (though there are bad days too); The thing is that, at least for me, it is hard to keep up with all of […]

Japanese researchers unveil ‘Mikoto’, a realistic medical simulation robot with 3D printed organs

Researchers at the Japanese Tottori University Hospital together with medical company Tmsuk R&D created a medical simulation robot using 3D printing 3D printing assists the medical field once again. This time, it helped giving realistic organs to a robot for medical education purposes; ‘Mikoto’, which means ‘life’ in Japanese, will help to train surgeons and simulate […]

Norsk Titanium 3D Prints the World’s First FAA-Approved Structural Titanium Components for Boeing

Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be the First Commercial Airplane Flying with Certified Additive Manufactured Titanium Parts in Structural Applications We can see now how far Additive Manufacturing techniques move forward. For instance, this time Norsk Titanium AS is taking the next Big step. The pioneer supplier of additive-manufactured, structural titanium components just announced a production […]

PassivDom is now taking pre-orders for totally Autonomous 3D Printed Houses (Photo Gallery)

3D printed homes from PassivDom are now available on demand for customers in the Ukraine and the US. PassivDom is an Ukrainian technological startup “Passive House Ukraine”. The company produces autonomous self-learning module houses with the help of 3D Printing. Moreover, These modular homes are easy to transport and install anywhere; A PassivDom house can be […]

Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber First Pitcher wearing cleats with 3D Printed plate In MLB Game

Footwear brand New Balance has modified the cleats of the Indians’ Corey Kluber by using 3D printing The cleats with 3D printed plate are intended to improve Corey’s pitch, based on a previous biomechanical data collection process taken from different areas of the player’s feet. It is the start of baseball season, and the Cleveland […]

South Korean government announces its US$37 Million investment in 3D Printing Industry for 2017

South Korea’s Ministry of Science is investing 41.2 Billion won (USD $37 Million) towards 3D Printing Industry this year South Korean government revealed last Sunday that it will spend the equivalent of $37 million dollars in 3D Printing development. The funds will come from South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP), aiming […]

HTC Vive turns into a 3D design platform for virtual reality thanks to MakeVR app

Sixense’s New MakeVR 3D design tool for HTC Vive includes Shapeways integration MakeVR app for HTC Vive VR headset was launched this week by Vive Studios and Sixense Entertainment Inc.; It is a professional 3D design tool that allows anyone owning an Vive headset to do modeling and sculpting while in VR. Most noteworthy, you […]

University of Sheffield researchers trial efficient diode lasers for high speed 3D printing

The way many sectors are 3D printing can be better thanks to a new additive manufacturing process that uses energy-efficient diode lasers. University of Sheffield researchers in the UK are working on a new 3D printing technique. Known as Diode Area Melting (DAM), this process is described as a “faster and more energy-efficient alternative to […]