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3D Printed Creations

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Amazing 3D Printed creations ideas for everybody. We can see the difference in 3D Printing 3 years before and now.
3D printing research is progressing they are using stem cells to print human organs, like a heart or kidney. Researchers have already been able to print outer Ears and other like simple organs.
Before 3 years we were thinking that within 20 years we will be able to print almost every organ, including bone. But so much research and 3D Printings new ideas we are already using 3D printing in complicated features.:)

 

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How to Build 3D Food Printer

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3D Printed creations for food. We can see the difference in 3D Printing few years before and now.
3D printing research is progressing with Dr. D-Flo, Build 3D Food Printer.
3D Printings and ideas are already using 3D printing in complicated features and food industry it will give us more opportunity to eat our choice food and design more frequently.:)

HP Jet Fusion 580 Color 3D Printing

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Califonia based HP is located in Palo Alto, near Page Mill. HP Jet Fusion 580 Color average 3D Printing time is up to 10 times faster.

The product has colorful strong parts. Jet Fusion 3D printer is inexpensive. Medical and school will use the 3D printer to explain things more clearly.

http://www8.hp.com/us

3D-printed gold industry

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3D-printed gold industry, “reshape the jewelry industry,” says designer Lionel T Dean. 🙂

“We’re here today to launch our collection of 3D-printed gold artifacts to demonstrate to the UK jewelry industry the potential of 3D printing,”

“Additive manufacturing with metal allows you to create forms that would be almost impossible to create by conventional means.”

Dean says it has been much slower to take up printing directly with metal. “The jewelry industry was one of the early adopters of additive technology, using it in an indirect sense,” Dean says. “So printing waxes and casting from those waxes. It’s been more reluctant to adopt direct metal processes.”