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A new 3D-printing technique from MIT can print custom furniture in minutes

A collaboration between MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase, and designer Christophe Guberan has resulted in a 3D-printing breakthrough. The process uses a rapid liquid printing technique that improves speed, scale, and quality.

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Never print another lost dog poster again with Trakz GPS for pets

We all love our pets. Dog people, cat people, whoever we are, we can all agree that we would never want to lose our furry friends. Trakz GPS tracker wants to help make sure that this never happens.

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Simulating space: Project aims to 3D print Martian colony designs in Mojave desert

The ambitious Mars City Design project is crowdsourcing designs for a possible Martian colony base. The coolest bit of all? Plans are to 3D print life-size versions of the winning entries in the Mojave desert.

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Thanks to these designers, you can now 3D print just about everything you need for a wedding

Now 3D printing enables very special wedding rings based on the voice waves or faces. 3D printing also may end the agonizing search for the perfect dress. Can 3D printed wedding cakes be far behind?

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E-book sales dip, but is print really making a comeback?

We've all heard "print is dead" a few (hundred) times before, but it looks like print is still kickin'. In fact, it could be making a bit of a comeback. The Association of American Publishers, using collected data from around 1,200 publishers, foun…
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This coffee-based 3D printing filament emits a pleasant smell while you print with it

It might sound like a gimmick at first, but filament derived from old coffee grounds actually boasts a number of advantages over traditional PLA. It also emits a pleasant smell when you print with it.

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