Tagged with " 3D Modelle"

5th Graders Utilize 3D Printing to Create Their Own Custom Cities

One of the most inspirational aspects of covering the 3D printing space is the fact that we constantly have the opportunity to promote the use of the technology in schools around the world. There is nothing more pleasing to me than reporting on a successful case study in which 3D printing proved to be of great benefit to students at various schools and other educational institutions.
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Bringing Clean Water to Everyone Via 3D Printing: The Launch of the Naked Filter

As John Lennon once said, “We all wanna change the world.” In the case of Liquidity Nanotech, there might actually be a chance that a dream of that nature could be fulfilled. They will be launching their newest innovation “the Naked Filter” at Disrupt NY 2015. And with the team they have working on this project, there is every reason to have high expectations for their efforts.
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World’s First Underwater Store, Created by Sony, Relied Heavily on 3D Printed Product Displays

There has been a lot of talk over the last decade or so about the possibility of not only colonizing space, but eventually colonizing the oceans with floating cities. Although I’m not entirely sure this is a good idea given that humans have already had a significant negative impact on our planet’s aquatic system, without living on top of them, the concept is certainly an interesting one to think about.
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California Deputies Raid Identity Theft Ring and Find “3D Printer” Making an AR-15 Lower

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in California says it all began with a report of a credit card being stolen from the front porch of a residence, and the ensuing investigation led to the arrest of two women who were allegedly operating a wide-ranging identity theft ring and attempting to 3D print a lower receiver for an AR-15 rifle.
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Enabling a Grip: Student Creates Unique Fingertips for 3D Printed Prosthetic Hands

Over and over again, we’ve covered the amazing stories brought to life by volunteers from an organization called e-NABLE. This group of individuals has been working tirelessly to 3D print prosthetic hands and arms for children in need. Over the past year alone, we have seen iteration after iteration come about, each one featuring something even more incredible than the last. This has led to hundreds of children and adults receiving affordable prosthetic devices which fit their bodies to a T.
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