Tag: 3D Printed Prosthetics

3D Printed Car Parts, Human Parts, Oh My!

The 3D Industry Shows No Signs of Slowing   Is the 3D printing industry slumping? Not so, according to the Wohlers Report 2016. Major industrial players, such as Alcoa, are still substantially investing in 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing. For each of the past two years, the industry has grown by $1 billion. […]

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Where Printers & Printer Cartridges Are Headed In the Next Decade

The inkjet printer was invented back in 1976. Yet, it took another 12 years before it actually became a consumer item that you and I could buy and use in our homes and offices. Fun fact, did you know in 1988 the inkjet printer cost $1,000? Since those early days, we have seen a print […]

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3D Printed Prosthetics: Exceptional & Affordable

It is like something out of one of his sci-fi films: Iron Man star, Robert Downey Junior recently presented a real, bionic arm to 7 year old Alex Pring. This is an artificial limb created using 3D printing technology via a Stratasys printer. Albert Manero, a #CollectiveProject student founded Limbitless Solutions to build 3D printed […]

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