3D Printed Rosie the Riveter From We the Builders

3D Printed Rosie the Riveter From We the Builders

We the Builders are working on their fourth project; United States icon Rosie the Riveter will be 3D printed by many people across the world. The fourth project from We the Builders has the team focusing on one very important cultural figure in America. Rosie the Riveter has been sculpted by Jen Schachter as part of her…

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Science fund lets kids learn 3D printing

President Obama declared June 17 to the 23rd to be the National Week of Making, and what better way to celebrate than funding research for kids? The National Science Foundation (NSF) created a $1.5 million “early-concept grant” for five youth-oriented projects. They include 3D printingfor inner-city kids and a DNA project that teaches high schoolers to…

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UAU Project: An Insight into the Creative Process

UAU Project is a design studio producing elegant 3D models for functional 3D printing. The team explains their creative process to ALL3DP. Founded in 2011, UAU Project is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Warsaw, Poland. Led by Justyna Fałdzińska and Miłosz Dąbrowski, two graduates from the Industrial Design Faculty at the Warsaw Academy of…

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Exploring Mars with a 3D Printed Planetary Rover

Exploring Mars with a 3D Printed Planetary Rover

Polish students are building a planetary rover with 3D printed parts, specially designed to explore the bumpy terrain of the planet Mars. In 2012, the Mars rover Curiosity landed on the Red Planet’s Gale crater, powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator. The vehicle weighs 899 kg and has a guaranteed operational period of 1 Martian year (98…

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Researchers Develop 3D Printed Superconducting Cavity

Can a 3D printed superconducting Cavity help researchers study the speed of light? Researchers at the University of Melbourne say “yes.” Studying the universe in depth requires the most expensive and complicated technology — or does it? 3D printing isn’t just developing at the speed of light, it can help study it, too. Physicists at…

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9 Unlikely Objects That Can Now Be 3D Printed

9 Unlikely Objects That Can Now Be 3D Printed

Thanks to revolutionary filaments, high res printers, and a lot of design and engineering ingenuity, 3D printing is entering its creative period Organs Body parts from a printer? Sounds like a miracle, but the replacement toner is where they get you. Surgeons are already using 3D-printed implants to replace bones. The next phase will be…

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