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3D Printed Baking Tools

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3D Printed Baking Tools. Sometimes we need a unique design for home-baked cookies.
It is always possible with the help of a 3D printer. We can use food-safe 3d printing silicone mold for our project.

According to Adafruit Industries, “Bake custom shaped cookies with crisp details! These cookies have patterned traces and sharp edges make that just look amazing! To make the patterns, we 3D printed our rolling pin with an embossed pattern. This was designed to be a sleeve that fits over a wooden rolling pin”.
We are using a recipe to bake cookies.
Shortbread Cookies Recipe:)

http://www.adafruit.com

http://www.joyofbaking.com/shortbread.

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3D printed dissolvable medical implants

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3d printed dissolvable medical implants
In the human body, magnesium is an essential mineral that actually helps maintain the structural integrity of bones. It also degrades quickly when exposed to oxygen, water, and salts, all of which are abundant in the body.

According to assistant professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, mechanical and materials engineering Michael Sealy, “Instead of having these permanent metal implants, let’s have one that degrades over time. Let’s eliminate this whole idea of a second surgery to have these implants removed. Instead of peening as a surface treatment, where I just hammer my outer surface, I’m going to print so many layers, and then hammer it, and then print a few more layers, and then hammer that,”

 

https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/sealy-world-class-3d-printers-set-to-create-dissolvable-medical-implants/

https://engineering.unl.edu/michael-sealy-nebraskas-world-class-3d-printers-work-create-dissolvable-medical-implants/

https://www.unl.edu/

https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/sealy-world-class-3d-printers-set-to-create-dissolvable-medical-implants/

3D Printed Mascara Wand

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3D Printed Mascara Wand.
According to the Chanel 3D- printed mascara brush, Le Volume Revolution,”The micro-cavities printed in the brush allow the mascara formula to absorb, delivering exactly the right amount to lashes allowing it to be built up to increase lash volume without having to re-dip the brush back into the mascara tube between each application.

The “granular texture” of the brush, it helps the mascara stay put, adhering to each lash more easily. Each bristle has been printed and arranged in millimetre-scale so that it creates volume”.:)

 

http://www.vogue.co.uk/