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Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,GM,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Future,Lightweight Car companies are looking for every possible way to eke out a few more miles per gallon these days, some of which involve high-tech combu...

In 1983, Chuck Hall, the father of 3D printing, created something that was equal parts simple and earth-shattering. He manufactured the world’s first-ever 3D printer and used it to print a tiny eye wash cup. It was just a cup. But that cup paved th...

Many people worry that 3D printers will usher in an epidemic of untraceable "ghost guns," particularly guns that might evade some notional future gun control regime that emerges out of the current movement to put sensible, minimal curbs on guns, part...

A group of CMU researchers have created a generalizable approach to converting the model files generated by 3D design packages into knitting patterns that can be fed into a variety of computerized knitting machines, which then "print" the solid by kn...

Filed under: Plants/Manufacturing,Bugatti,Technology,Coupe,Luxury,Performance,Supercars They look pretty awesome, too.Continue reading Bugatti Chiron to get 3D-printed titanium brake calipers Bugatti Chiron to get 3D-printed t...

 3D printers are useful devices for all kinds of reasons, but most have a critical weakness: they simply take a long time to actually make anything. That’s because additive manufacturing generally works by putting down an object one micros...

University of Washington researchers 3D printed mechanical sensors and switches from standard plastic filament that can send data to Wi-Fi devices without using any electronics. As the engineers explain in this video, the plastic devices either refle...