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The first zero-g 3D printer is about to launch into orbit

Gravity. More than the name of a killer movie, it’s likely something we take for granted every single day. After all, nearly everything we do is reliant on the idea that stuff stays in place when we stop holding it. Astronauts don’t have that luxury,…

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Mota $99 3D Printer: Too Good To Be True

Mota3D An affordable yet high quality consumer 3D printer has turned out too good to be true, surprising no one. The 3D printer market is generally sitting in a quasi-limbo state that’s progressed beyond proving itself on early adopters willing to shell out serious dollar to live the dream, yet still has a very long way to go — and specifically a lot of squeezing of price-tags… Read More

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Mota $99 3D Printer: Too Good To Be True

Mota3D An affordable yet high quality consumer 3D printer has turned out too good to be true, surprising no one. The 3D printer market is generally sitting in a quasi-limbo state that’s progressed beyond proving itself on early adopters willing to shell out serious dollar to live the dream, yet still has a very long way to go — and specifically a lot of squeezing of price-tags… Read More

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MIT Students Create An Ice Cream Printer

Screen Shot 2014-07-16 at 8.28.42 PM You scream, I scream, we all transform an off-the-shelf Cuisinart soft-serve maker to extrude super-cooled and 3D-printed shells of ice cream! Three students at MIT, Kyle Hounsell, Kristine Bunker, and David Donghyun Kim, have created a homemade ice cream printer that extrudes soft serve and immediately freezes it so that it can be layered on a cooled plate. The system is a proof-of-concept… Read More

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MIT Students Create An Ice Cream Printer

Screen Shot 2014-07-16 at 8.28.42 PM You scream, I scream, we all transform an off-the-shelf Cuisinart soft-serve maker to extrude super-cooled and 3D-printed shells of ice cream! Three students at MIT, Kyle Hounsell, Kristine Bunker, and David Donghyun Kim, have created a homemade ice cream printer that extrudes soft serve and immediately freezes it so that it can be layered on a cooled plate. The system is a proof-of-concept… Read More

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Recreate Marcel Duchamp’s lost chess set with your 3D printer

Conceptual artist Marcel Duchamp was known for his “readymades,” which declared everyday objects to be works of art — most notably “Fountain,” a public urinal on a pedestal. Duchamp was also something of a chess obsessive and created both an ornate…

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Recreate Marcel Duchamp’s lost chess set with your 3D printer

Conceptual artist Marcel Duchamp was known for his “readymades,” which declared everyday objects to be works of art — most notably “Fountain,” a public urinal on a pedestal. Duchamp was also something of a chess obsessive and created both an ornate…

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Mota Tries Its Hand At Making A Cheaper 3D Printer That Doesn’t Churn Out Junk

Mota3D 3D printers are getting cheaper. The space has seen a fair few attempts to drive down the price-tag of owning an additive manufacturing machine in recent years, including the likes of the MakiBox, Pirate 3D Buccaneer and The Micro. And so we arrive at the latest to attempt to build an affordable 3D printer: Mota has kicked off a crowdfunding campaign aiming to raise $ 100,000 to produce the Mota… Read More

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Printeer Is A 3D Printer Designed For Schoolkids

Printeer Meet Printeer: a colourful 3D printer that’s being designed to appeal to kids. Ergo it looks fun, with brightly coloured parts displayed safely behind clear perspex panels, and also aims to be child’s play to use — using object design software that will run on an iPad. Read More

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Low-Cost Hardware Merchant Monoprice Now Offers A $1,199 3D Printer

116141 Monoprice, everyone’s favorite source for cheap $ 20-foot HDMI cables and other stuff that you don’t feel like going to Best Buy for, has just announced the availability of a new 3D printer, a dual extruder model that looks to be based on the original Makerbot Replicator. The $ 1,199 comes with two spools of PLA filament and has a 225 x 145 x 150 mm build volume. Read More

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