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Original Article by TechSling Weblog: So you are on the search to buy a 3d printer for your home use – you know what your … The post The Right 3D Printer Filament for Your Home first appeared on TechSling Weblog.

Bricks have been 3D printed out of simulated moondust using concentrated sunlight. This ESA project took place at the DLR German Aerospace Center facility in Cologne, with a 3D printer table attached to a solar furnace, baking successive 0.1 mm layer...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: 3D designing can get a bit confusing indeed, especially because there’s no particular size or template that’s capable of fitting … The post Common Mistakes to Avoid when Designing a Model for 3D Printi...

https://vimeo.com/220291411 Designer Dani Clode's Third Thumb is a 3D printed robotic prosthetic thumb that goes on the pinky side of your hand, created a motorized, opposable additional thumb that you can use to play the guitar, pick up objects,...

These tiny objects made with 3D printers can dramatically expand when exposed to heat. Scientists have created a pair of compact, unfurling structures that could pave the way for innovations in biomedical devices or space exploration, where payloads...

Filed under: Design/Style,Green,Videos,Emerging Technologies,Technology Made from sustainable materials and inspired by nature, it's a futuristic wheel and tire in one.Continue reading Michelin unveils Vision 3D-printed, recyclable,...

Tommy Morrissey has some serious golf skills.  At the Honda Classic on Tuesday, he took on PGA pros even though he's only 6 years old and has one arm.  According to USA Today, he bested pro golfer Ryo Ishikawa from 60 yards out, landing his...