Category: 3D Printing
Once just a niche interest, pursued by hobbyist and technology enthusiasts, 3D printing technology has now reached a point where it pervades the spectrum of industry, with an impressive range of applications, from medicine to retail.
A doctor is using 3D printing to rehabilitate victims of war in Sri Lanka with the help of various organizations and government agencies. The project — called LimbX has culminated in the first prosthetic centre in Sri Lanka.
Things are about to get more exciting in the consumer 3D printer market as the latest range of JGAURORA 3D printers are now available at GearBest. The range consists of five models with prices ranging from $400 to $1990.
It wasn’t long ago when we first read the reports of small buildings being successfully 3D-printed. Now the Dutch have come up with the world’s first 3D-printed bridge. Located in Gemert, the small bridge was designed for cyclists by the Eindhoven University of Technology and assisted by construction company BAM Infra.
New brand Athorbot is hoping to make a splash in the 3D printing scene with its new line of DIY kits which includes two pre-assembled models — the Brother and Buddy and one Prusa i3 clone in full DIY kit form — the A01.
Do you know what’s amazing about 3D printers? They can print whatever we want them to print using whatever items we could think of at which ever place we want. We know that they can print food, wood, plastic and now, in a Champaign lab, 3D printers can also print concrete!