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Modern Meets History: 3D Printers and Museums

Many museum artifacts are old and fragile. That’s why they stay behind glass cages, or even tucked away in storage; it’s the only way to preserve them for generations to come. But now, with 3D printing, there might be a way to save these treasures and make the more accessible at the same time. Copy […]

Small Companies, Big Potential: Manufacturing with 3D Printers

3D printers are often used to make single items. The flexibility of the system means that you can print two wildly different items for equal costs, as long as the amount of material used is the same. This makes 3D printers great for reducing the cost of objects that would normally have to be hand-crafted; […]

3D Printing Electronics

The manufacturing process for electronics has come a long way, but it’s still incredibly expensive. The smaller circuit boards get, the more difficult they are to make without the proper equipment – and that equipment isn’t cheap. But what if you want to make your own electronics at home? Print a Circuit on Anything… Unlike […]

Encrypting 3D Files: The Next Step in Printing Security?

Any 3D file can easily be shared; the information is digital, which means that all you need is a place to download it from, and you can make the object. This is both a beautiful aspect of 3D printing and a curse. Yes, you can share anything – but that means absolutely anything, including the […]

Keeping Medical 3D Printing Safe

3D printed prosthetics are pretty awesome. They can replace legs, hearing aids, and even pieces of skull. Unfortunately, the materials used in 3D printing aren’t always safe for the human body. Most plastics are safe to touch with your hands, but that doesn’t mean you want them in your bloodstream. The reason for this stems […]