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Giving the sense of touch to your 3D print

Giving the sense of touch to your 3D print

How cool would it be to make your prototype or an interactive toy touch sensitive? The following is going to explain a cheap and straightforward way to do this. It is suitable for almost every shape and for different materials, which can be combined with different computer and mobile applications.

3D Print Your Meat

3D Print Your Meat

Wanting to use all the different materials 3D printing has to offer is very common after learning how to use your 3D printer. Plastic, wood, paper, metal, and glass are some of the materials available, but what about MEAT? Thanks to a group of enthusiastic Aussies, now you can.

3D Printed Rocket Launches Into Space

3D Printed Rocket Launches Into Space

Belgian company Tripodmaker launched a 3D printed rocket into space.

Reaching the 4th Dimension

Reaching the 4th Dimension

Width, height, and depth, also know as the three dimensions are the common parameters for any object in our reality. Instead of printing in these three dimensions, what if we added the 4th dimension to the printing process?

Disco Suits for Astronauts

Disco Suits for Astronauts

Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California has introduced a 3D printed “space fabric” prototype, which has amazing capabilities such as keeping astronauts warm all while looking fabulous.

3D Printing Makes Light Work of Making Lights Work

3D Printing Makes Light Work of Making Lights Work

There are many things we do habitually, like turning on the lights when we wake up. These such habits have inspired a group of designers from a Brooklyn company, Still Alive Lights, to create the Solar Flower, and other cool 3D printed illuminating devices.

Share Your Story from the Grave

Share Your Story from the Grave

A group of students decided to help people cope with the grief of losing their loved ones by memorializing their stories at their final resting place. Learn how 3D printing technology together with social media helped make this possible.

The Ripple Effect that Reveals a Man's Desire

The Ripple Effect that Reveals a Man's Desire

In this article, we take a look at an eye-catching invention by the team over at Innovation Design Engineering that can literally give you eyes on the back of your head.

What does virtual food taste like?

What does virtual food taste like?

Sending the taste of a drink via the Internet or making broccoli sweet is now possible thanks to an enthusiastic team from the National University of Singapore and 3D prototyping.

3D Printing Turns the Corner with Ambidextrous Sofa

3D Printing Turns the Corner with Ambidextrous Sofa

When scientists get tired of trying to save the planet or invent flying cars, they switch their attention to the everyday routine to see how they can make our lives easier and better.

10-Year-Old Boy uses 3D Printing to Save Lives

10-Year-Old Boy uses 3D Printing to Save Lives

Each year, children die from heat stroke as a result of being left unattended in motor vehicles. In an effort to reduce hot car deaths, a fifth-grader has invented a device with the help of 3D printing.

3D Printed Dress Made From Butterflies

3D Printed Dress Made From Butterflies

3D printed clothing and accessories are gaining a strong presence on the runways and catwalks of fashion shows from all around the world. Australian designer Charne Esterhuizen showcases her eye-catching dress made with 150 butterflies, 3D printed of course.