Form 1 3D Printer Goes Into Production, First Batch Scheduled For Delivery In Late April
Form 1 3D Printer Goes Into Production, First Batch Scheduled For Delivery In Late April
                     

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Researchers revive King Richard III's face with 3D printing

venturebeat.com
New The unearthing of King Richard III has given 3D printing yet another chance to show just how awesome it is. The remains, confirmed this week as those of the dead king, were brittle, broken, and hundreds of years old. But using a combination of a 3D scanner and 3D...
Researchers revive King Richard III's face with 3D printing

digg: It only took an hour to print our own model of...

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digg: It only took an hour to print our own model of Winterfell. (Accidentally in Lannister red) If you have access to a 3D printer, here's the file. Finally, a good use for 3D printers....
digg: It only took an hour to print our own model of...
In The Future, Astronauts Could Print Out Their Moon Bases

Filabot makes 3D printing "ink" out of your plastic recyclables

gigaom.com
There’s another reason 3D printing may one day become a mainstream product: It can help you save the planet. A funded Kickstarter project for the Filabot, spotted by the Singularity Hub, delivers on that promise by recycling plastics from your home into the material needed for 3D-printed objects. Not only does...
Filabot makes 3D printing "ink" out of your plastic recyclables
Lynx A 3D camera hits Kickstarter, ready to motion capture your donations

Affordable 3D Printer Maker Pirate3DP Hooks In $482K From Red Dot Ventures

techcrunch.com
Venture capital firm Red Dot Ventures has invested $482,000 USD in Pirate3DP, a Singapore-based startup that is developing an affordable, user-friendly 3D printer for the mass market. Pirate3DP was founded by childhood friends Roger Chang, Brendan Goh and Tsang You Jun, as well as serial tech entrepreneur Neo Kok Beng,...
Affordable 3D Printer Maker Pirate3DP Hooks In $482K From Red Dot Ventures
3D Printers Make the Impossible Possible: Your Very Own Head on a PEZ Dispenser

Insert Coin: DeltaMaker fuses razzle-dazzle with 3D-printing

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In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. "Why should a 3D printer look like a microwave oven?" That's...
Insert Coin: DeltaMaker fuses razzle-dazzle with 3D-printing

Inhabitat's Week in Green: asteroid mining, a Legoland hotel and the Amsterdam Light Festival

www.engadget.com
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. Of all the technological breakthroughs we've witnessed in recent years, the emergence of 3D printing technology is one of the most exciting. This week...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: asteroid mining, a Legoland hotel and the Amsterdam Light Festival
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