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Kabuku and Honda Co-Developed 3D Printed Vehicle

The Japanese 3D printing service provider Kabuku works together with the car manufacturer Honda to build 3D printed customisable vehicles. The small car was presented at...

One Hundred Tokyo – Japans 3D Printed Capital Hits Kickstarter

The Japanese 3D printing service iJet started a Kickstarter campaign for an art project to 3D print Tokyo. With your investment of around 100$ you get...

3D printed super realistic training body that can breathe and loose...

The practical training of surgeons and emergency medics isn’t easy because the doctors need to train as realistic scenarios as possible and that wasn’t...

Want To Build A Drone For Just Under 100$?

Robo3D is known for their Robo R1 3D printer and also recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Robo C2 and Robo R2 but the...

“Look at me!” – The Perfect Figurines For Rick and Morty...

While waiting to finally watch the release of the third season of Rick and Morty you can get this 3D printed Mr. Meeseeks help kill some...

Get Your Plans For A 3D Printed RC Plane And Get...

Kraga Kodo is a completely 3D printed RC plane which can be build using only glue and a 3D printer. The creator of the model...

3D printed steering wheel for F1 sim

There are lots of simulation fans that want their simulated planes, cars, trains or any other vehicle as real is possible. Because that there...

The Prometheus System for Multi-Filament 3D Printing – Update: Kickstarter launched

Canadian 3D printing company DisTech Automation is about to launch "The Prometheus System" on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. The upgrade for low-cost 3D printers...

Math from the Past: 3D Printed Curta Calculator

1938 the Austrian engineer Curt Herzstark has filed a patent for a complex mechanical calculator with the name Curta. From 1947 until the 1970s the...

Open Call for Digital Art Contest – Making Art 4.0

The Open Call "MAKING ART 4.0" is aimed at promoting creativity integrated and enhanced with technology. The artist is requested to experiment with new possibilities...

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