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Reebok Launches 3D Printed Shoe Called the Liquid Floatride Run
Reebok is debuting the Liquid Floatride Run shoe made using the same technology it introduced two years ago which essentially worksRead more.
Researchers 3D Print Functional Robotic Prosthetic Hand at a Fraction of the Cost
Researchers from the University of Manchester have developed an extremely affordable 3D printed robotic prosthetic hand. The assistive device enables groundbreakingRead more.
3D Printed Custom Fit In-Ear Monitors on Kickstarter
Professional musicians and audiophiles may soon be able to benefit from custom-fit, 3D printed in-ear monitors, if this Kickstarter campaignRead more.
First 3D Printed Chaiselongue at Milan Design Week 2018
At Milan Design Week 2018, you can find a collaborative exhibition from Philipp Aduatz and incremental3d which is showcasing theRead more.
3D Printed Reefs May Offer Hope to Restore Dying Coral Reefs Worldwide
3D printing may provide a sustainable solution to the current crisis of coral reef death globally. Population growth and theRead more.
This 3D Printed Wearable Can Monitor Stomach Activity
Scientists at UC San Diego create a 3D printed wearable to monitor stomach activity throughout the day, replacing the needRead more.
Prusa Multi Material 2.0 Upgrade Kit Enables 3D Printing with 5 Different Filaments
Prusa Research has just released the new Multi Material 2.0 upgrade kit for the popular Prusa i3 MK3 and MK2.5Read more.
Nike Flyprint: Lightweight, Flexible and 3D Printed Shoes Designed for Runners
Nike has just unveiled the Vaporfly Elite Flyprint, a new 3D printed running shoe that is lightweight, flexible and comfortable.Read more.
YouTuber Creates a Giant Classic LEGO Bulldozer Kit from 1979
During work hours, Matt Denton is director of visual effects company Micromagic Systems – known for stunning Harry Potter andRead more.
Open Bionics Releases Incredibly Affordable and Customizable “Hero Arm” Prosthetic
The UK-based organization Open Bionics is releasing the Hero Arm, an advanced multi-grip bionic arm that is 3D printed, extremelyRead more.