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3D Printed Human Prosthetics

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We recently posted a piece about how 3D printing has revolutionised many of our furry friends' nine lives. Today we’re going to look at how this amazing jump in technology has changed the lives of those who have lost or were born without a limb, often with incredible results. So, sit back, relax and once again allow us to dazzle you with yet more heart-warming tales of how 3D printing is breaking down barriers wherever...

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Top Tips for 3D Printing Beginners

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As with any skill, there are techniques and approaches that are seen as standard. Sometimes, these techniques are discovered, but if you’re lucky, you’ll be introduced to them by somebody with a little more experience in the craft. To help you on your journey to expertise, we’ve compiled our list of top tips to help. Always calibrate Calibration is crucial if you want your prints to be precise and an accurate representation of your design....

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3D Printed ROBOTS

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Robotics and 3D printing go together almost as well as fish and chips. Yes, that is a big claim we know. As we have said time and again now, 3D printing has infiltrated almost every industry with some incredible results and its amalgamation with robotic technology is no different. This week we’re going to have a look at just some of the ways in which this union has seriously inspired us. Siemens Spiders Source: Siemens...

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3D Printed Animal Aid

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  3D printing is far more than just one of those nifty things for big kids, its starting to push boundaries and make a real difference to lives both human and animal. In this week’s blog we’re going to have a look at the animals who have been saved by the wonders of 3D printing and give you all the opportunity to get your fix of cute animals and cool technology all in one go....

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5 Ways 3D Printing is Revolutionising Medicine

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The ability to create three dimensional objects, complete with fine detail and a variety of materials was originally only cost-effective if it was mass produced. For unique items that need only one model, getting it manufactured by machines used to be expensive and inefficient. That changes with 3D printing. Now, bespoke items with a range of applications can be produced on a tailored basis with no dependence on industrial equipment. Many predict this will revolutionise...

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