All you need is a 3D printer to built and gift an entire space fleet to your child on his/her upcoming birthday.
A new 3D printer has been designed to create real, cuddly teddy bears in a few hours.
Are you going to dump your old milk jug into the trash can again? Wait, as this milk jug can not only help you save a lot of money but also help preserve the environment.
Scientists in Germany, used a high-tech 3D printer, have created a lightweight but very strong material that was inspired by the intricate microscopic architecture of living tissue - our own bones.
An Indian-origin engineer, who works for the Texas-based Systems & Materials Research Corporation, claims to have developed a 3D printer that can print food and pizza for astronauts on long missions.
In a latest addition to a host of things that 3D printers can do, a revolutionary concrete printer can reportedly build a 2,500-square-foot home layer by layer in a single day.
bio-printing company based in San Diego is expecting to unveil the world`s first printed organ - a human liver - by next year.
Cutting edge 3D printing technology is being used to reconstruct the face of a victim who suffered severe facial damage in a motorbike crash.
A 3D printer believed to have been used by criminals to make handguns was seized by British police from what could be one of the world’s first 3D gun factories.
Humans may soon be able to design and "print" synthetic organisms using the biological equivalent of a 3D printer, a leading scientist has predicted.
Made in space! NASA is planning to launch a toaster-sized 3D printer into space next year to help astronauts manufacture spare parts and tools in zero gravity.
Scientists have developed bio-compatible motion sensors for smartphones, which could be used to control prosthetic limbs and other artificial body parts.
Scientists have created a 3D printing device that could soon be used to make tailor-made transplant organs at the click of a button.
Researchers have created a new disc-shaped plastic invisibility cloak, using a standard 3D printer that deflects microwave beams to make objects disappear.
Oxford University scientists have developed a custom-built programmable 3D printer that can create materials with several of the properties of living tissues.
Researchers from India have demonstrated how to print parts using materials from the moon.
Feel like eating a pizza? No problem, the 3D food printer will create anything you want.
Day in Pics: 27th August
August 27, 2014
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