Additive Manufacturing is bringing a new revolution in the medical field. We already talked about 3D printed skin, jaw reconstruction and even 3D printed heart! Now researchers are testing 3D technologies for healing tendons and ligaments. Sounds impossible? Find out how it’s done now!
It’s been a while since the Apollo Program and Neil Armstrong’s words ”that’s one small step of a man, one giant leap for mankind” echoed on the radios. But, the aerospace industry doesn’t sleep. Next step: lunar and planetary colonization. We already landed on the Moon and on Mars and the idea of colonizing either one is well known.
Are you a mac user? You certainly know it, all 3D modeling software is not available on the same operating systems. That is why if you are a Mac user, you will necessarily have to pay attention to find a CAD program compatible with your operating system.
Make these adorable mini trees to decorate your mantelpiece or dining table! Print out this Christmas Trees stencil on our blog and follow this tutorial to make your own set of trees in minutes! Add tiny ornaments to dress it up any way you like.
With a flip of a switch and a twist of the throttle, Lightning Motorcycle, makers of the world’s fastest production electric motorcycles, revs up their manufacturing processes with in-house design and prototyping through additive manufacturing: “We’ve been able to go from concept to CAD, quarter-scale, full-scale, to a part that’s actually on a bike going out the door in as little as a week,” Richard Hatfield, Chairman/CEO, Lightning Motorcycles. Learn how Lightning Motorcycles uses LulzBot 3D Printers to beat the competition on and off the track.
Do you remember the Kupol project? We already talked about this 3D printed helmet developed by Gabriel Boutin on our blog. We told you about the prototyping process of this great project using this 3D printing technology. Now, the Kickstarter campaign is launched and the 3D printed helmet is ready to be 3D printed for production.