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  • Oct 25, 2013
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    Cali dreamin' of 3D printing

    Now at one of the few independent architecture schools in the U.S., a new Robot House equipped with four robots is giving students and researchers an environment to emulate, simulate, and animate designs with computational geometry and fabrication logistics....More
  • Sep 26, 2013
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    Huge backing for $100 3D printer, but remember caveats 4

    One new 3D printer approaches additive manufacturing in a whole new way. Called the Peachy Printer, the machine moves a laser beam in X and Y directions to cure a fluid resin (by photolithography) but moves the laser around the X and Y with a command signal in the form of an audio stream. Just remember that this is a prototype-level machine....More
  • Jul 24, 2013
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    Racing and 3D printing inspire superfast e-bike

    Performance motorcycles abound but all-electric versions could be coming to a dealership near you. Italian manufacturer CRP Group has plans to sell all-electric bikes starting in 2015. Billed the Energica, they integrate an array of 3D-printed and cutting-edge CNC-machined parts....More
  • Jul 9, 2013
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    3D printing inspires handheld CNC + homemade furniture 1

    Over the last 13 days, more than 200 people have given money through Kickstarter to fund development of a handheld CNC machine....More
  • Jun 4, 2013
    Commentary

    Don't try this at home: Industrial already dominates 3D printing

    According to new research by Wohlers Associates, the real growth in 3D printing is already dominated industrial applications....More
  • May 15, 2013
    Commentary

    Jury out on promises, but $347 3D printer is fun

    3D manufacturing has been touted as the new revolution in American Manufacturing — even by the President himself. Today, Brookyn-based MakerBot is promoting that Made in America hook....More
  • May 13, 2013
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    Good night! Now they want to regulate 3D printers!! 25

    Have we rally come to a point where the little 3D printers you find in high school shop classes must be regulated?...More
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