3d printing

Science fiction writers have always dazzled readers with the idea of devices capable of producing exact copies of objects. Today, 3D printers are already equipped to reproduce objects with even the most convoluted structure many times over. Computer models can be used to print cutlery, interior design elements, spacecraft parts and even weapons. The essential materials used in modern 3D printing are plastic and metal. There are also some new printers that use wood filaments with glue, and scientists are getting closer to using separate cells to print entire organ transplants.

3D printing will help bald people get their hair back 

3D printing will help bald people get their hair back 

For a successful hair transplant operation, the patient needs healthy hair follicles. But how can completely bald people get them? Scientists from Columbia University have started printing them using a 3D printer. 
Researcher print an organ without using a frame

Researcher print an organ without using a frame

3D printing is one of the milestone inventions of the 21st century, capable to change the state of affairs in many areas of our lives including medicine. Researchers from the University of Illinois in Chicago have recently succeeded in printing a whole organ without using a frame.
What will a 3D-printed housing development look like?

What will a 3D-printed housing development look like?

Construction is considered one of the most promising areas for 3D-printing application. It’ll soon help provide affordable housing to low-income families.

New discovery brings us closer to 3D printing major organs

There has been talk about the potential of 3D printing in medicine for some time now. At present, it’s not yet possible to print a large, healthy organ, because it takes too much time, killing some cells. A new technology can prevent this.

Scientists introduce 3D printed heart

3D printing has vast potential for use in medicine. A group of Swiss scientists has recently succeeded in printing a silicon copy of a human heart using a 3D printer. Because this material may be rejected by the body, the experiment was repeated by their Israeli colleagues, using natural tissues.

Mars X-House project: 3D-printed houses on Mars

3D printing is considered one of the most promising technologies of our time. Having successfully tested it on Earth, people dream of using 3D printing on other planets and these dreams sometimes translate...

NASA to print equipment on 3D printers

3D printing is one of the major inventions of our day. The first 3D printer appeared in 1986, and the technology has made great strides since then. It is nowadays used even in the space industry.\n

3Doodler: 3D painting application

3Doodlers app from WobbleWorks makes creating 3D pictures easier than ever before. All you need to do to make a large item is to circle the stencil on your tablet screen. The software is available for download on Android and iOS.

3D printing: from cakes to firearms

3D used to be known exclusively in cinemas. But in recent years 3D printing has become increasingly popular, and is sometimes called alternative design. The technology was first introduced in 1984. After several decades it has the possibility to change the world beyond recognition.

3D-printed Implant Tested On Mice

A 3D-printed part of a spinal cord helped a mouse regain the use of its legs. Human body parts are next.\n

3D Printing Can Now Be Done 100 Times Faster

Scientists from the University of Michigan have come up with a fundamentally new 3D printing method. Instead of the traditional way of making 3D objects layer by layer using plastic fibers, the researchers...

The startup “Relativity” creates the first factory for 3D printing of space rockets

The private space industry continues to develop rapidly. The California startup, “Relativity”, wants to make the production of rockets faster and cheaper with the help of 3D printing. The company's founders -...