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3D printed Skis from Stratasys http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?1772-Stratasys-3D-Prints-Skis

3D printed Skis from Stratasys http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?1772-Stratasys-3D-Prints-Skis

Exposição quadros 3D - Du Bist die Kunst no castelo Augustusburg na Alemanha.

Exposição quadros 3D - Du Bist die Kunst no castelo Augustusburg na Alemanha.

Stratasys CEO: Digital Factories of the Future Will Use 3D Printers With Tech-Savvy Workers

Stratasys CEO: Digital Factories of the Future Will Use 3D Printers With Tech-Savvy Workers

life is always beautiful , despite all the frustration and exhaustion

I feel a little irony

life is always beautiful , despite all the frustration and exhaustion

Stone Spray – a solar-powered robotic 3D printer that can create entire buildings out of sand!    Although it is still in its early stages, the Stone Spray robot shows great potential for 3D printing ecologically-friendly structures. The robotic device blends soil sourced on-site with a binder (which is composed of LEED-Certified components), and then sprays the mixture onto a surface. The soil solidifies as the machine works, allow it to create sculptural forms.

Solar-Powered 'Stone Spray' 3D Printer Robot Creates Entire Buildings From Sand!

Stone Spray – a solar-powered robotic 3D printer that can create entire buildings out of sand! Although it is still in its early stages, the Stone Spray robot shows great potential for 3D printing ecologically-friendly structures. The robotic device blends soil sourced on-site with a binder (which is composed of LEED-Certified components), and then sprays the mixture onto a surface. The soil solidifies as the machine works, allow it to create sculptural forms.

T8 - Amoeba Robotics Ltd. - Robugtix™

T8 - Amoeba Robotics Ltd. - Robugtix™

Maker spent 6 months building a 3D printed fully posable action figure

Maker spent 6 months building a 3D printed fully posable action figure

3D Printing process

3D Printing process

At Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, a group of students have created a 3D printed drone they say they can use to enable security professionals to effectively reduce “blind spots” and create more robust security systems.

At Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, a group of students have created a 3D printed drone they say they can use to enable security professionals to effectively reduce “blind spots” and create more robust security systems.

Check Out This Awesome Light-Up 3D Printed 1989 Batmobile http://3dprint.com/76278/3d-printed-1989-batmobile/

Check Out This Awesome Light-Up 3D Printed 1989 Batmobile http://3dprint.com/76278/3d-printed-1989-batmobile/

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