Creative Fabrication

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3D printing liquid metal microstructures

A method to direct-write liquid metal microcomponents at room temperature
read more at ncsu.edu

Turning sketches into 3D printed cookie cutters

The Thingiverse Cookie Cutter Customizer! It allows you to draw freeform cookie cutters as a new extension of Thingiverse Customizer, the app that lets you create unique designs from a set of parameters and inputs, and then print them in 3D.
read more at makerbot.com

3D carbon microstructures formed via two-photon microfabrication

New photopolymers for use in the formation of three-dimensional (3-D) carbon microstructures via two-photon microfabrication and microtransfer molding
read more at opticsinfobase.org

The Silk Pavilion by MIT Mediated Matter | Digital & Biological Fabrication

The Silk Pavilion explores the relationship between digital and biological fabrication on product and architectural scales.
read more at http://matter.media.mit.edu/

NASA wants to 3D Print pizza in space

NASA has awarded Systems and Material Research Corporation (SMRC) in Austin Texas a $125,000 grant to develop 3D printed food. The product will ultimately be sent into space in order to more efficiently feed NASA astronauts.
read more at qz.com

3D printed synthetic tissue folds itself into shapes

University of Oxford chemists custom-built a 3D printer that fabricates “synthetic tissue,” or rather structures with tissue-like functions. Eventually, the technology could be used to crank out replacement tissue that could replace damaged human tissue or be used in new drug delivery systems. The material consist of a network of water droplets encapsulated in lipids, or fat molecules.
read more at http://www.ox.ac.uk/

The Future of BioPrinting | infographic

Bioprinting promises a future in which we are able to manufacture human organs for transplant, making transplant waiting lists a thing of the past. Infographic of at the past, present and future of bioprinting.
read more at printerinks.com

A tack bike frame with 3d printed lugs | by Ralf Holleis

VRZ 1. is a track bike frame with 3d printed stainless steel lugs glued together with carbon fiber tubes. This method allows to build custom frames in a short period of time. You could change the geometry to what ever…
read more at ralfholleis.com

Chopper: Partitioning Models into 3D-Printable Parts

Chopper partitions a given 3D model into parts that are small enough to be 3D-printed and assembled into the original model.
read more at princeton.edu

MeshUp: Mashup for meshes | Uformia

Super simple, always watertight, 3D modeling mashup tool for meshes, designed for painless and direct 3D printing. MeshUp is the first real volume modeler for meshes. We want to make life easier for 3D printing and for creators. At Uformia…
read more at kickstarter.com

Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing | Lithoz GmbH

Austria-based Lithoz, a spin-off of the Technical University of Vienna launched their CeraFab 7500 ceramic 3D printer capable to 3D print ceramics with high accuracy, fine detail and high density and strength.
read more at lithoz.com

infographic | 3D Printing – How Long till the revolution?

3D Printing – How Long till the revolution – An infographic by the team at Newark.com…
read more at Newark.com

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