With new materials being constaintly develope for use in 3D printers, it is speculated that in the near future, people will be able to print Â out their own medication! Â you wonâ€™t even have to leave the house to go to the pharmacy â€” youâ€™ll be able to â€œprintâ€ your drugs at home Source:Â Geek
With new things being made via 3D printing, it comes as no surprise that a 3D printed gun is a reality. While some people will frown upon the idea of being able to print out your own gun, we still think that it amazing what 3D printers are capable of. may have created and successfully tested the first 3D printed firearm Source:Â webpronews
What is the perfect tool for exporing space? A 3D printer of course! Why you ask? Because if something breaks or needs replacing you can just print out the parts on demand! Rather than carry a ton of spares which you might never need to use, instead just print them! It’s easy to see how critical on-demand tool and machine manufacturing systems will be for...
Using a 3D Printer to make unmanned air craft! is able to fly for up to two hours and can reach speeds of over 40 mph This could add a whole new market in model planes, flight photography and film! See the whole article at Â Minutemanpress
designed a range of 3D printed camera mounts for windsurfing Check out this awesome set of designs! Made for mounting cameras to windsurfers and surfboards to catch all the action! There are options for both surfboards and windsurfers, so you can capture the epic adventures of each sport! Source:Â 3ders
Dirk Vander Kooij has created his own 3D printer, of sorts. He obtained an industrail robtic arm from China and over the last few years, reprogramed it and perfected it as a 3D printer for funature! At this present point in time, he is able to print out chairs in 3-4 hours usingÂ recycledÂ items as a the raw material. material for his self-constructed printing machine is...
What happens when you take inspiration from nature? Well, you could end up with something as beautiful these shoes. Designed byÂ Marieka RatsmaÂ and American architectÂ Kostika Spaho, show how using the minimalist design of a birds skull can result in light weight and attractive footwear. Source:Â Dezeen
I sanded it down a bit and then I gave it multiple layers of filler. Lastly I used my airbrush with some metallic green and topped it off with clear lacquer. Now it looks almost as shiny as a car, and no print lines whatsoever are visible. Have you ever seen such an awesome looking Android phone stand? I haven’t before I saw this post.Â Â It...
If you are looking at getting started with 3D modeling but don’t know whereto start, you should check out this guideÂ from Lifehacker. It covers everything from getting to know your software all the way to object selection and transposition.
Using a 3D scanner (an Xbox Kinect) Â and an UP Plus 3D printer, the Wellington FabLab created a 3D model of the TVNZ One News reporter in a matter of hours! Check out the video!