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Professor wants NASA to 3D Print Houses on the Moon

It could be that soon humans will live in 3D printed houses on the moon – at least that’s one professor’s dream anyway. Behrokh Khoshnevis, a professor of engineering at the University of Southern California, has developed a method which would, in theory, allow humans to build houses or habitats on other planets. He calls…

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Metal 3D printing Takes Flight

Metal 3D printing Takes Flight

While many designers and engineers find success with 3D-printing parts in plastic for prototyping and low-volume production, producing parts out of metal using similar technology has recently led to the creation of some of the most exciting 3D-printed parts in memory. With key patents for metal printing expiring at the end of 2016, things are…

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3D Printed Buildings are Coming to Dubai

3D Printed Buildings are Coming to Dubai

In an unsurprising turn of events, Dubai has once again made a significant step towards the future, paving the way for innovative technologies and unprecedented creations across industries. Already home to the world’s first 3D printed office, which is the product of a 20-foot tall 3D printer with a 120-foot long robotic arm, Dubai is making impressive…

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3d printed edible six pack

3D Printed Edible Six Pack Rings can Feed Wildlife

These 3d printed edible six pack rings keep your beer safe AND they’re nature friendly, providing a tasty snack made from brewery byproducts. Plastic six pack rings are the among the most destructive and evil things ever devised by mankind. Right up there with guns, Donald Trump, and the Kardashian clan. Shocking images of sea birds…

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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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