3D Printing enthusiast Jwall designed this awesome cat armor, which by all means, should be standard issue for your cat. Jwall designed this armor for his Kitty Bobo and has now made the design available for a free download.
As they say, Rome was not built in a day. That was exactly what came to my mind when I saw the feat of Chinese firm Yingchuang New Materials. While Rome not being built in a day still stands true, we could perhaps soon handle the construction department, at least build city buildings in a day.
[Note: The video shows a part of the surgery. If you don’t have the stomach for it, do not watch beyond the 50 second mark.]
3D Printing is well on its way to changing the way we live. From making toys, art, food, cars, and medicine, the technology is making its impact felt in nearly every aspect of modern life. For a 22 year old Dutch woman, the technology has been especially helpful in helping her battle a medical condition.
Unveiled at the CES, ChefJet 3D Printers would be happy to make dessert for your meals, or rather, print them. ChefJet comes in two flavors, one that works in monochrome, and its better equipped Pro version sibling that can work in full colors.
3D is all the rage these days, and since the technology is in a way only starting, there are a hell lot of applications waiting its use. This particular case for example, prints digital photographs in three dimensions. Objet500 Connex printer by Amanda Ghassaei uses ModelBuilder library and the Processing open-source programming language to convert an image into a three dimensional print.
It so happens that 3D printing technology is getting more awesome with every passing day. A few days ago, we saw 3D printers gearing up for a proper home and commercial use, and now we see things getting way better with a pen that can print 3D sculptures out of thin air. 3Doodler is raising funds on Kickstarter, and it’s selling hotter than hot cakes. Checkout the video after the jump to see the magic and maybe get in on the rush to get a doodler for yourself as well.
In a few years, many of us will have 3D printers at our home, or at least having one would be possible. And things are moving right in that direction, with the latest step coming in the form of the package with some fine work of industrial design.
3D printers are awesome, but so far they have been quite out of reach, or too expensive to buy. At $1299, the Cube 3D printer isn’t exactly cheap, though its user friendly styling and (somewhat) reduced cost does suggest that 3D printers are getting ready for widespread use.
Scientists and researchers at the University of Exeter have been doing what researchers really should do; coming up with new, delicious ways of making chocolate. The new chocolate 3D printer can come up with delicious novelties, creating gorgeous designs, patterns and perhaps even chocolates for consumers. With the growth in 3D printing technology, we could very well expect them to be commercially available in a few years.