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3D Printed Patches Could Help Patients Recover From Heart Attacks

04/24/2017, A heart attack is a scary thing and it can go either way, although usually after the first attack things are never really quite the same. However in the future healing the heart after a heart attack could be a relatively simple procedure of applying a 3D...

Boeing To Use 3D Printed Parts For The 787 Dreamliner

04/11/2017, We’ve seen 3D printing being used in all kinds of industries where it can be used to create things on the spot that might otherwise take a long time. It also helps companies and users create working prototypes on the fly, and we’ve also seen how it...

Adidas Unveils Futurecraft 4D Shoe Made With 3D Printing

04/07/2017, Shoes right now come in a variety of generic sizes in which for some who are lucky, fit like a glove. For others who aren’t so lucky, they might have to wear a size up or down and pad it with socks to get a good fit. This is where 3D printing comes in...

Under Armour Unveils 3D Printed ArchiTech Futurist Sneaker

03/24/2017, 3D printing can be used for all kinds of things, and as we have seen in the past, the idea of using it to 3D print perfectly-fitting shoes has been floated before, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Under Armour has recently...

3D Printed Chevrolet LS3 V8 Engine Is Fully Functional

01/04/2017, In the past we have seen how 3D printing can be used to print chassis for vehicles, or even fully-functioning motorcycles. However for the most part, it is typically the exterior of the vehicle that is 3D printed while its innards remain the same, but...

3D Printed Adidas Shoes Can Be Yours For $333

12/12/2016, The concept of 3D printing shoes isn’t new. After all if shoes could be made to fit the feet of customers specifically, like a tailored shirt or pants, and done in an efficient manner, why not? Adidas has attempted 3D printed shoes in the past, like...

Australian Hospital To Get Dedicated 3D Tissue Printing Facility

11/28/2016, We know that 3D printing is more than just a novel piece of tech used to create toys and figurines on the spot. In the past we have seen how the technology can also in the medical field where bones and cartilage can be 3D printed when needed. Now it seems...

3D Printed Titanium Hips Will Be Less Painful & Lasts Longer

11/07/2016, The idea of using 3D printing to help print replacements for body parts like bones isn’t new and we’ve seen it done before. However recently thanks to mechanical engineering professor Damiano Pasini at McGill University, he has managed to 3D print a...

Reebok Uses 3D Drawing To Create Shoes Without Using Molds

10/21/2016, If you don’t know how shoes are made, we can’t blame you since it isn’t exactly a process that many people are familiar with unless they are either curious or work in the industry. However according to Reebok, part of the process involves the use...

da Vinci miniMaker 3D Printer Now Available For $249

10/13/2016, Thanks to the technology of 3D printing, things that were previously limited to expensive production machines and companies with a lot of resources can now be made by people at home. Granted in terms of production of scale, individuals will probably not...

ASUS Will Let You 3D Print Parts For Your Motherboard

08/23/2016, If you’re the type that likes to build your own PC, you know there’s a lot of fun in choosing the different parts for your computer, especially if you are on a budget in which you then try to find the best bang for your buck. However since it would be...

Adidas Giving Olympic Athletes 3D Printed Sneakers

08/12/2016, We’ve seen 3D printed motorcycles, 3D printed body parts, so really the notion of 3D printed shoes shouldn’t really come as a surprise. Imagine being able to walk into a shoe store and get a pair of sneakers that fit you just right, wouldn’t that be...

3D Models Of All TSA Master Keys Now Available Online

07/28/2016, The TSA offers screener-friendly locks that use one of the seven master keys that only the TSA can use. Back in 2014, The Washington Post inadvertently published a picture that showed all seven keys laid out on a desk. It didn’t take long for a...