Aug 19, was National Aviation Day and progress is ongoing in the next evolution of air mobility – all thanks to emerging 3D printing technology.
Lunar bricks could help us colonize the Moon. A vision of a future Moon base that could be produced and maintained using 3D printing.
US Marines constructed a prototype concrete barracks measuring 500 sq ft (46 sq m), using world’s largest 3D printer, in less than two days.
Bioprinting, the future of medical science. How 3D Printing is changing medicine – infographic.
Boeing wants to build 3D-printed modular satellites, to turn them a cheaper, highly automated business.
Laser-assisted 3D printing with metallic inks, could help on the increasing demand for flexible, wearable electronics, antennas, sensors and more.
NASA could colonise the Moon by 2022 and it wouldn’t actually be that expensive, thanks to 3D printing, robots and SpaceX.
Scientists developed a 3D bioprinter, generating replacement tissue, that can withstand transplantation.
A new technique for 3D printing strands of hair, inspired by the phenomenon that occurs when operating a glue gun.
The biggest Delta 3D printer in the world, is 40 feet tall with a 20 foot diameter, will quickly and easily print low-cost disaster-relief housing.