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22/10 8:19 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

Wiki Weapon Project Temporarily Gunned Down

In the wake of one of our previous tickets (Patriotics Develop Free Gun to be 3D-Printed), Defense Distributed's Wiki Weapon project was temporarily gunned down after the 3D printer that had been leased to them by Stratasys got called back following concerns over the alleged objective of the group....

18/10 12:37 | POSTED IN 3D Printing, 3D Scanning

3D Design Piracy Coming your Way

No, you haven't misread, it is really true, 3D design piracy is coming your way! After mp3 files and movies, we are apparently waiting for a new epidemic in the world of 3D printers. As a result, the main characteristic defining the usefulness of 3D printing may even be...

15/10 8:31 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

3D Printing for Dummies

Today, we have decided to write our very own 3d printing for dummies ticket. Although relatively new on the market, 3D printers are multi-faceted tools that can be used for a wide variety of purposes. For instance, as we discussed in one of our previous postings, you can literally 3D-print a firearm...

02/10 11:07 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

Patriotics Develop Free Gun to be 3D-Printed

The ultimate goal of this bold initiative launched by Defense Distributed is quite straightforward: allow any owner of the open-source 3D printer RepRap to download and 3D-print free of charge an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle. The $1,000 3D printer should allow producing an exact replica of the firearm, although it...

30/09 10:40 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

Catch a Glimpse of 3D Models in Lifelike Size before 3D-Printing them

It is now possible to download a brand new program on your phone or tablet that will give you the opportunity to view a 3D model in lifelike size before 3D-printing it. This will allow avoiding 3D-printing an object without being entirely sure of how it’s going to come...

27/09 8:54 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

3D Printing Nanomaterials Soon Possible?

Despite the fact that 3D printing can be done fairly easily at home and that its use is becoming increasingly broad there is one area in which there is still a long way to go and that is the field of medicine, namely at an infinitely small level. Although...

25/09 18:36 | POSTED IN 3D CAD, 3D Printing

3D Modeling Program Launches New File Importer

An awesome new feature was released through free 3D modeling tool Tinkercad where 2D SVG and 3D STL files can now be imported. As a matter of fact, you can also import broken STL files and, regardless of the geometry, the 3D Web design application will take care of...

24/09 13:46 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

Scientists Discover how to 3D-Print Video Game Characters

A terminator sent through time to our reality? We might not be that far off! Thanks to Harvard computer scientists and their crew, you might be able to bring to life your favorite animation characters! No, it’s not quantum physics or some sort of loony project undertaken by mad...