A company called Mighty Buildings is able to 3D-print 350-square-foot housing units in just 24 hours thanks to its UV-curable synthetic stone material.
Using a unique UV-curable synthetic stone material, Mighty Buildings has created a process for 3D-printing an entire 350-square-foot housing unit in just 24 hours.
Yum. Turns out you just need the right form of milk to 3D-print objects at room temperature.
Each arm from Unlimited Tomorrow is custom 3D-printed for a perfect match.
I printed a few handy accessories for the new 2020 iMac, and now I have somewhere to put my keys.
Belgian company Kamp C recently finished construction of its first 3D-printed two-story house. The house was printed by a machine called the BOD2, made by a company called COBOD (Construction of Buildings on Demand).
Forget the weird, inflatable habitats you've seen in sci-fi movies. Your future Martian house could actually feel a lot like home here on Earth (even if it looks totally different)
The motion-capture-inspired method could one day be used on other moving organs, including hearts.
Devising a transmission from scratch? Indeterminate Design made it happen.
We made everything from face shields to mask accessories to tools that open doors and punch buttons.
HP, Carbon, Prusa Research and Formlabs are among those involved. Making face shields is simple. Making masks is tough.
But that doesn't mean you can print yourself a mask at home. HP and others will work on 3D parts like ventilator valves and breathing filters.