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TERRIFYING: Soon People Will Print Working Plastic Guns From Home

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Defense Distributed, an organization offering designs for guns that can be manufactured at home using increasingly cheap devices known as 3D printers, will likely start testing prototypes before the end of the year. The Texas-based group, which has applied for nonprofit status and describes itself as "organized for charitable and...
TERRIFYING: Soon People Will Print Working Plastic Guns From Home

Cube 3D: A 3D Printer for the Home

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3D Systems is pitching its Cube 3D printer as the "first consumer 3D printer for children ages 8 to 80 years."...
Cube 3D: A 3D Printer for the Home

Controller board for 3D printers emphasizes expandability, gives nod to Sun God

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Is your 3D printer's standard feature set lacking? Maybe Elefu's Kickstarter-funded custom controller board can help. Dubbed Ra (think ancient Egyptian god), the project places a focus on expandability and carries a roster of I/O options including camera triggers and fans. The ATMega2560-based system allows for computer-free printing by...
Controller board for 3D printers emphasizes expandability, gives nod to Sun God

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

3Doodler is a $75 3D-printing pen eagerly awaiting your Kickstarter funding (hands-on)

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In April of last year, former MakerBot COO Samuel Cervantes launched the Solidoodle, a $500 3D printer. We were a bit taken aback by the price point -- after all, his former company's product had seemingly set the standard for consumer-facing 3D-printer pricing at around $2,000. We're hoping you've...
3Doodler is a $75 3D-printing pen eagerly awaiting your Kickstarter funding (hands-on)
A 3D-printed punch card reader: the first step to a working printed computer
Illinois Library Embraces Crowdfunding To Bring Its Patrons A 3D Printer (And A Giant Hulk Statue)
The Free Universal Construction Kit uses 3D printing to break out of Lego's walled garden

MakeXYZ Helps You Find An Idle 3D Printer Near You

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Idle 3D printers are the bane of the creative class. That’s why MakeXYZ.com is so important. It is a service that helps you find 3D printers near you and request print jobs. Like the remote batch jobs of yore, you can simply contact a MakeXYZ maker and they’ll print off...
MakeXYZ Helps You Find An Idle 3D Printer Near You

If This Company Has Its Way, Every Gadget We Own Will Be Waterproof From The Inside Out

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Have you ever dropped your phone in water? If you've fallen victim to one of the most common smartphone mishaps, you'll definitely be interested in HZO's technology. HZO's big news at CES 2013 is that now besides being immune to water, its coating is completely resistant to coffee, beer, sports...
If This Company Has Its Way, Every Gadget We Own Will Be Waterproof From The Inside Out
Staples wants to sell you your first 3D printer
Glove One: the 3D-printed gauntlet of cellphones

Home-baked idea? Nasa mulls 3D printers for food replication

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New technology could have wider commercial application or even aid the fight against world hungerNasa can send robots to Mars, no problem. But if it's ever going to put humans on the red planet, it has to figure out how to feed them over the course of a years-long mission....
Home-baked idea? Nasa mulls 3D printers for food replication

Remember the app developing 6th grader from #TEDx? See what he’s up to now

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Last November, we posted an amazing TED Talk given by an app developing, entrepreneurial 6th grader named Thomas Suarez. Suarez, who’s not even old enough to have a Facebook account, has been fascinated by computers and technology since before kindergarten. He’s established his own company, CarrotCorp, has made two iOS apps that...
Remember the app developing 6th grader from #TEDx? See what he’s up to now

Nook becomes a more tempting tablet

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The Nook gets access to all Android apps and media on Google Play, Acer gets creative with laptop design, and Staples is first national retailer to sell a 3D printer. [Read more]...
Nook becomes a more tempting tablet
Will 3D printed guns be impossible to control? Homeland Security thinks so
Airbnb for 3D printing, Makexyz links designers to local printer owners

The Robohand Project Gives Kids A New Grip On Life

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Makerbot has released an inspiring video about how a group of hackers built 3D-printed hands for children and adults who are missing fingers or entire hands. The project aims to take the cost and complexity associated with hand prothesis out of the process. It is working. The blog post...
The Robohand Project Gives Kids A New Grip On Life

3D Printers Now Print Human Body Parts

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Now this really is jaw-dropping: Doctors used a 3D printer to create a replacement jaw--a world first....
3D Printers Now Print Human Body Parts
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James Bond stunt Aston Martin made in giant 3D printer

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"Skyfall" filmmakers dropped some of their $150 million-plus budget on 3D-printed scale replicas of Bond's classic Aston Martin DB5. [Read more]...
James Bond stunt Aston Martin made in giant 3D printer
Pirate3D Buccaneer Printer Will Cost Just $247 For First 350 Backers

3D-printed guns: State Department orders firm to remove blueprints from web

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Defense Distributed tweeted on Thursday that 'Liberator' project had 'gone dark' at the request of government officialsThe US State Department has ordered that blueprints for a gun made using a 3D plastic printer be taken offline.Defense Distributed, creator of the 3D-printed "Liberator" gun, tweeted on Thursday that the project had...
3D-printed guns: State Department orders firm to remove blueprints from web

12 Ridiculous iPhone Cases That Shouldn't Be Real (AAPL)

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There are some pretty outrageous cases available for your iPhone. We've rounded up the weirdest of the weird here. Happy browsing.Knucklecase Have you always wished your iPhone could double as brass knuckles? You're in luck! The Knucklecase ($99) makes your handy mobile device into an equally handy self-defense weapon. The...
12 Ridiculous iPhone Cases That Shouldn't Be Real (AAPL)

3 Awesome And Inspiring Inventions From The White House Science Fair

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I love that POTUS has invited these scholars here and treating them like NCAA Champs!!!— LeVar Burton (@levarburton) April 22, 2013 The nation’s premier young brainiacs were honored today at the annual White House Science Fair. Every spring, the White House invites children to show off life-changing innovations that have...
3 Awesome And Inspiring Inventions From The White House Science Fair
Somebody Made an 'iPhone Shoe' Using a 3D Printer
Haute render: $900, custom 3D printed shoes are your next splurge

This Technology Could Save Lives And End The Gun Control Debate Right Now

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Gun control has become an increasingly debated topic in the wake of the recent shootings in Newtown, Conn.  But as Nick Bilton of The New York Times reports, utilizing biometrics and grip pattern detection could help prevent guns from ending up in the wrong hands. For example, the Mossberg Group's...
This Technology Could Save Lives And End The Gun Control Debate Right Now
Staples Now Sells 3D Printers - But They're Not Ready For Primetime Office Use

A gun made on a 3D printer has been fired - let's look at this in perspective | Alex Hern

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It won't herald an age of widespread weapon ownership, but it does illustrate the impact these printers will have on our livesThe world's first gun made almost entirely with a 3D printer has been successfully fired in the US. But it's not going to herald an age of widespread weapon...
A gun made on a 3D printer has been fired - let's look at this in perspective | Alex Hern
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