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At Arizona State University, the next generation of surgical models are being printed — taking CT scan data and turning them into physical models to aid surgeons. more

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Progress vs. Preservation, it’s a constant struggle for every nation. In October of 2011, Smithsonian Paleontologist Nick Pyenson met this reality head on. more

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Efficiency is the name of the game when it comes to car design, and Nissan isn’t taking any prisoners with their Deltawing racer. Their newest innovation testbed, the DeltaWing, features many 3D printed parts. more

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MakerDust helps designer Matthew Borgatti create a soft 'robotic' tentacle with a novel movement system more

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From Engineering.com — 3D printer, CNC machine and part assembler all-in-one. Say hello to the iRobot Robotic Fabricator... more

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After losing his job in 2011 David Lang found himself questioning what he was doing, and whether or not he had any tangible skills. So, David dove head first into the maker scene, learning to use CNC machines, CAD software and, of course, 3D printers more

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Engineering.com Weijmarshausen interview

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Read Engineering.com's interview with Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen about the future for design and manufacturing. more

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Liz and Kyle von Hasseln developed the new method of additive manufacturing while completing their architectural masters thesis at SCI-ARC more

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Todd Grimm at TCT Live

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Are you still trying to convince yourself that TCT Live is an event that you should attend? Well, you don't have to take our word for it. Todd Grimm can explain why he finds the event so valuable. more

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Todd Grimm covers the latest in 3D Printing equipment for the professional users. He notes that super hi res wax printed patterns from Solidscape come at a price. And the ProJet 5000 is twice as fast as previous models. more

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Rachel Park continues her insightful series of articles about the “Barriers to Adoption" in AM. In the first installments she covered costs and materials. In this installment she discusses the 3D data input you’ll need before ever pressing “print”. more

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