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Researchers Develop 3D Printable Ink for Creating Complete Electronic Circuits

In the last several years, much research has gone into the possibility of using 3D printers to create functional electronic devices. Now, researchers at the University of Nottingham have gotten one step closer to that goal by developing a method for printing complete electronic circuits using new types of 3D printable ink. This new process […]
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Custom printed bandages

Bandages are a part of health care that almost everyone is familiar with. From the type that you get at the drug store to cover cuts and scrapes, to the more sophisticated versions that hospitals use for more serious injuries, bandages are the most common medical devices that people use. Now, according to 3D Printing […]
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NASA Uses 3D Printed Parts For Deep Space Craft

Space travel is one of the most exciting industries of the 21st century. NASA’s latest plans not only push the boundaries of aerospace but also have stirred attention in the 3D printing industry. In 2019, NASA is scheduled to launch an incredible deep space mission using a new spacecraft known as Orion. The project involves […]
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Scientists Develop Technique for 3D Printing Electronics Onto Human Skin

Handheld electronic devices have come a long way since the days of the first pagers, PDAs and cell phones. Thanks to new 3D printing techniques, though, the next generation of devices could find their place on your hand, rather than in it. A research team at the University of Minnesota recently published its findings from […]
Group of Melanesian children sit at a stilt house on Malaita Island near Auki, Solomon Islands.

Using Plastic Waste to Print Useful Things in the Solomon Islands

One of the chronic problems in the developing world has been the lack of clean, safe drinking water. People who live in the Solomon Islands not only live with that shortage but with plastic pollution that clogs streams and waterways. Dr. Mazher Mohammed, along with a team from Deakin University and Plan International, has come […]