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Graphene: The Wonder Material That Will Rule The Future |

Graphene Graphene is, if the title of this article hasn’t already given it away, the strongest 3D Printing material to have ever been produced yet. In layman's terms, Graphene is a thin layer of pure carbon; it is a single, tightly packed layer of carbon atoms that are bonded together in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice. In more complex terms, it is…

How To Design For 3D Printing | Expert Designers Guide

Far too often we have seen engineers and designers come up with a part design that is "unprintable" because they were unaware, or overlooked the 3D Printing design guidelines while designing. This is then followed by a plethora of design changes amidst a lot of to-and-fro communication, which really isn't the most efficient, nor the most productive way of doing…

3D Printing Human tissue in action with hyper precision

About a few years ago, if you would have presented to someone an idea that human tissues could be 3D Printed, they would have had you tested for lunacy. But fast forward to this day, and the same lunatic could now be hailed as a visionary. Today, we may have just come closer than ever in an attempt for 3D…

Titanium Brake Caliper: The first of its kind by Bugatti | 3D Printed |

Titanium Brake Caliper 3D printing is such a revolutionary technology that professionals from every industry are scrambling to discover how they can improve their products and design using this technology. Engineers and designers at Bugatti challenged themselves to redesign the brake caliper for their latest sports car -- Chiron. What they ended up creating was the world’s first 3D printed…

5 Best 3D Printed Food Restaurants Re-Shaping the Food Industry

3D Printing is taking the world by a storm leaving no industry untouched, suffice to say that the food industry is one of them! A large majority of 3D food printers tend to be extrusion-type printers, which essentially means that they deposit layer upon layer of the raw material (food) through a nozzle. There is a newer category of binder…

12 Best things to 3D Print as a Beginner!

You know what the best thing about 3D printing is? It gives you the tools to ideate and create an object. There must be numerous objects which you might have used or must be using and felt that you could have designed them better. Well, now you can go ahead and actually do it. You can witness your imagination coming…

Everything you need to know about HP’s new 3D Printer

The latest talk around 3D Printing industry is the launch of HP’s first ever 3D Printer in India which works on HP’s proprietary Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology. MJF is quite similar to Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) (SLS). Both are powder based technologies and there is no support structure generation in either of them. But the fundamental difference between SLS…

How 3D printing human organs can give you a new face

If technological progress ever needed to justify itself then it would find no better evidence than its application in medical sciences to make its case. Advancement in biological sciences has led to better understanding of diseases and life processes which in turn helps in finding a cure of our ailments. One recent innovation has been the use of 3D printing…

3D Printing in Education – Turning Ideas into Realities

Our education system is highly primitive, with rote learning being the basis of most of our school education. As a result of which when students progress in their respective careers, they invariably have to undergo an on-job training or they have to undergo some re-skilling courses. Re-skilling has become so prominent in the corporate world today that, it is one…

How much does it cost to 3D print a cup?

It was reinforced into our brains that 3D printing technology is 'economical mass manufacturing' tool and a splendid technology that can be used by startups to integrate with a creative idea. But do you really think it is economical when it is not used for 'mass production use' and merely used for printing small objects? Is it really monetarily beneficial…

3D Printing for Beginners : Decoding 3D Printing

3D Printing for beginners series is our way of decoding the 3D Printing technology in the most simplistic way for you to learn and explore the basics of 3D Printing processes and the types of printing materials available.  We all have heard about 3D Printing and how this technology is going to disrupt the manufacturing industry and render the conventional…

3D Printing Projects for Students : Decoding KALAMSAT

The smallest satellite ever built was manufactured using 3D printing! Isn’t it interesting? But before we dive into the details of this satellite, let’s first learn more about these 3D printing projects for students.  About the event: Cubes in Space, a program by idoodledu inc., is the only global competition, offered at no cost, for students belonging to 11-18 years of…

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