3D printing will be all over in the world in few years, that’s what i think.
Recently, a company in China built 10 one-story, more than 2,000-square-foot homes in a day. Shapeways, a 3D printing service, makes more than 140,000 unique products each month. Every day we learn new thing about 3D printing. 🙂
It’s very thrilling for everybody they can make their Christmas ornaments at home they can put their names on them they can modify whatever design they like so here it is. According to Joshua Pearce Engineers of Michigan Technological University in Houghton, have designed a 3D metal printer that can be made with less than $1,500 of materials and open-source software,
3D printing would benefit people in the developing world, who have limited access to manufactured goods, and researchers, who can radically cut the cost of scientific equipment to further their science. Small and medium-sized enterprises would be able to build parts and equipment quickly and easily using downloadable, free and open-source designs, which could revolutionize the economy for the benefit of the many.
I really don’t know if we are mature enough to handle it, but I think that with open-source approach, we are within reach of a Star Trek-like, post-scarcity society, in which ‘replicators’ can create a vast array of objects on demand, resulting in wealth for everyone at very little cost. Pretty soon, we’ll be able to make almost anything.”
Biomedical devices. According to the, “company Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) announced an addition to 3D printed body parts a 3D printed face. This starts a new era in the standard of care for facial reconstruction. Until now, a technology did not exist that could treat the highly complex anatomy of these kind of cases”.
According to the,”NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Engineering Prosthetic limb made for a dog.
Zeus, a five-year-old Siberian husky with a missing foot, will get his first chance to run in the snow. Zeus now becomes the fifth pet to receive a custom-made osseointegrated implant and attached prosthetic limb at NC State thanks to a collaboration between the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Engineering”.