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13 Best CAD Programs for Kids

Surprising how many CAD programs there out there right now, right? Most I have never heard of but I trust each one has fervent users that will tell us how well their modeling skills were corresponded by the software, besides how easy (or difficult) would be for a child getting used to. While on the subject, I believe everyone possesses…

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5 groundbreakers in the 3dprinting industry during 2016

2016 is about to finish and I can say it was a year of huge contrasted events. We witnessed countless human nonsense we really never thought would happen (Brexit, Colombia Says No to Peace, Trump campaign and much more), but also the launching of new projects, as well as more and better progress in various sectors thanks to the implementation…

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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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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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3D Printing Fidgets

{:en}Recently fidgets have become popular for adults as well as children. Fidgets on the surface may seem like toys, but they are actually adaptive devices to help people focus and calm down in their everyday life. 3D printing is full of printable fidgets. Others designers have published plenty of fidget files, including the recent explosion in EDC (every day carry)…

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Ashes to Filament : 3D Printing for Death

Exotic filament blends are coming to the 3D printing market every day, as startups around the world are competing to produce new filaments for 3D printers. These new filaments often combine the 3D printable properties of PLA with the desired artistic or performance qualities of the composite material. 3R3DTM  is a Spanish Basque Country startup company that is developing a…

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3D printing categories every girl should take a look at

Smart Woman

{:en} I just decided go through some of the most popular 3d printing platforms to see what’s coming up lately. The thing is all 3dprintable file browsers resulted way stifling from the perspective that everything was too widespread for both genders — not to mention most of the items seemed like kind of spam for my taste — this is…

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Flutter Scout – 3D-Printable Remote Controlled Car

Flutter Scout Car

Flutter scout v2 Is the most economical 3d printed remote control car. This car is built to inspire people to make 3D printed robots.               Among the 3D printed remote control cars, this car is very diverse and remarkable. The design of the car is very impressive as it does not require any screws;…

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When 3D Printing and IoT Merge: Smart Customisation in Printing

{:en}The 3D printing industry is expected to grow to around 21 billion USD by 2020 and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) market is forecasted to reach 151 billion USD by the same time frame, according to reports of Forbes and Marketsandmarkets. Giants like GE and Cisco show a more optimistic picture than the stated figures. When these two spheres merge,…

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Print Metals using a conventional 3D printer.

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The Virtual Foundry Company has developed a hybrid filament between metal and thermoplastic materials in order to make metal’s 3D printing more accessible to the community; Filamet ™, the 3D printing filament allows you create high-quality metal objects from any conventional desktop printer. 3D printing metals requires high-end printers that are not available to enthusiasts (unless it was an enthusiast…

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The Box, a Granular Fed 3D-Printer in Monster Size.

The Box is one of the largest printers in the world, it has a build volume of 2.5 cubic meters!, a printing speed of up to 1 200mm/s and can print up to 6 kg of materials per hour. The reason the printer can print so much material is because is does not run on filament but instead runs on…

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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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