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Spanish researchers have developed a prototype for a 3D bioprinter that can print functional human skin. They say the 3D printed skin is fit to be transplanted onto patients or used to test chemical products, cosmetics, or pharmaceutical products.
The Ruiz Brothers, Adafruit contributors, have come out with a new 3D printing project that Apple enthusiasts are sure to enjoy: 3D printed wristbands for the Apple Watch. The tutorial shows makers how they can create their very own DIY wristwatch bands using only a few simple tools, flexible filament, and of course a 3D printer.
Cookies are an important part of the holiday season, and if you're looking to add some 3D printed items to your Chrismas we can help!
We have something to make everyone's holiday season a little merrier and a whole lot tastier.
Three of the biggest global players in industrial equipment manufacturing and aviation - Siemens AG, Strata Manufacturing PJSC and Etihad Airways - are to work together to develop the first 3D-printed parts for aircraft interiors in the Middle East and North Africa.
3D Printing Fairs, Conferences and Events List. Below is our listing of 3D Printing Events taking place across the globe in 2017. Did we miss your favorite 3D print show, exhibition or conference? Or maybe you are an event organizer and want to publish your event on our blog? Let us know by contacting us.
3D Systems's new ChefJet and ChefJet Pro are 3D printers that print real, edible, delicious candies of varying shapes and sizes — 3D Systems says they’re the world’s first 3D food printers. The ChefJet uses a combination of sugar and water that actually creates a sugar frosting in real time, albeit as slowly as you’d expect from a 3D printer. Candies can be made in incredibly complex shapes, some of which are even hollow skeletons that hold little spheres — all edible, of course.