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3D printer converts the desert sand into glass only with the sun!
posted June 27 2011 19:13.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Markus Kayser built this incredible machine! It is a fully functional solar-powered 3D printer and has a solar tracker and a large fresnel lens. The computer tracks the sun and...

[Link: this is colossal]
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Tags: solar   3D printing   3D media   temperature   pc related   crazy photo/video   crazy designs   extreme   creative   omg   

3D printers will print body parts
posted February 22 2011 20:12.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is how it goes: Your body will be scanned with a special scanner, and a huge amount of data will be stored in your personal file. If for any reason you miss a body part like...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: bbc]
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Tags: futuristic   theory/tutorial   crazy designs   biotechnology   innovations   science   health & nature   3D printing   experiments   research   

This 3D printer prints in Titanium!
posted January 19 2011 7:00.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis

3D printers become more and more advanced day by day. But they have one major disadvantage by birth: They print in plastic. Ok, this may not me a disadvantage after all, but...

[Via: technabob]    [Link: i.materialise]
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Tags: innovations   3D printing   new materials   commercial   inventions   

3D printing your.. food???
posted December 29 2010 16:39.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Most probably, you do know what a 3D printer is. And most probably, you thank that 3D printers print objects wit plastic, ABS or other similar...

[Link: Cornell University]
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Tags: robot   inventions   mechanical   research   commercial   3D printing   

A 3D-printed insect can fly
posted December 16 2010 19:16.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Charles Richter and Hod Lipson from the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory, created a tiny insect that is able to fly, not with rotational propeller, but by flapping it's wings...

[Link: Cornell University]
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Tags: robot   physics   3D printing   mechanical   research   science   

3D printed chairs
posted December 3 2010 7:07.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Dirk Vander Kooij is taking scaled the 3D printing process as we know, into higher scale. He used a robotic arm and attached a mechanism that melts recycled plastic and makes an endless...

[Via: Make]    [Link: dirkvanderkooij]
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Miniature centrifugal pump made with 3D printer
posted November 23 2010 21:10.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Isn't it nice when things just.. work? And more specifically, things that comes out of a 3D printer... Like this miniature centrifugal water pump...

[Via: thingiverse]    [Link: Madox]
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Tags: mechanical   3D printing   

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