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The popularity of 3D printers is only increasing. Technology firm Gartner predicts a 49 per cent increase in shipment of 3D printers in 2013, and another 75 per cent the year after. Acme 3D Printing Services of Mesa provides
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Nov 9, 2013 The new technology is clearly in the wrong, trigger-happy hands. Now that the first metal gun has been created using a 3-D printer and it can fire 50 rounds, there's no question firearm printing will get only more and more advanced...
Your printer will literally be turned into an instant cobbler...That's just one of the myriad things 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, can produce. The technology has been around since 1984 when its inventor Chuck Hull designed the first 3D
to a 420mA signal that is immune to noise and is constant over long distances...It is ideal for low-voltage output sensors, and process control and medical applications. Low power : less than 300mW typical power consumption Reduced time to market :
Max 16° Min 12° Worldwide manufacturing revolution in 3D printing University of Auckland, Fuseworks July 31, 2013, 10:03 am Additive manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing are the next major movement in manufacturing since the digital
Technologies, Markets, Players 3D printing has received much attention in the press over recent years. Hyped as the technology to bring about a 3rd industrial revolution, 3D printing technologies were in fact invented in the late 80s since when
Boom John is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited...This new technology could enable rapid prototyping, custom sculpting, and even 3D-printed French fries,
The machine, no larger than a coffee maker and encased in black like Darth Vader's helmet, hums at a whisper. Swinging open the shell's door reveals a slim metal nozzle moving smoothly over a platform, putting down melted black filament in thin
Hype Doesn't Equal Reality Yet Say you lose the back of your TV remote. You have turned your house upside-down looking for the piece that holds the batteries in, but without any other choice, you surrender and secure a piece of duct tape to the back