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3-D printed artificial rocks

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3-D printed artificial rocks

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3-D printer to make perfectly identical artificial rocks.

Anderson conducts research on how fluids move underground.

Anderson said, “We all had a laugh at the idea, but then we realized it wasn’t that bad of an idea then he told figure out how to do it, to replicate identical rock twins many times over, the researchers laser-scan a single rock, capturing every wrinkle and grain, then feed the data into the 3-D printer and watch as the machine spits out one perfect copy after another, sometimes reproducing rocks no bigger than a quinoa bud, others the size of a Rubik’s Cube.

“The biggest challenge was having to carve out an entirely new research area that we hadn’t dabbled in before”.:)

Breaking new ground with artificial rocks

 

Thought-Controlled 3D Printing

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Thought-Controlled 3D Printing


This is an amazing research regarding Thoughts. If we can use Artificial Intelligence in 3D printing.

We can increase our creativity and make things on demand. 🙂

New Brunswick Researchers To Study Thought-Controlled 3D Printing By Tyler Koslow Canadian researchers to study applications of artificial intelligence in manufacturing 3D printing materials under new innovation program. As technology continues to advance on all fronts, many experts believe we are on the cusp of the so-called fourth industrial revolution. 3D printing sits alongside other innovative […]

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