Tag Archives: 3dprinting
Geophysicist turned engineer, Russell Kappius, has created far more sophisticated bike hubs by employing 3D printing.
The first 3D-printed human embryonic stem cells.
Humans Invent explores the next generation of 3D printing – 4D printing.
Humans Invent investigate Janjaap Ruijssenaar’s plans to print the world’s first 3D printed house.
Humans Invent investigates the latest sustainable tech that can turn your recycling into 3D printed objects.
Humans Invent spoke to maker Amanda Ghassaei on her inspiration behind the 3D printed record.
Humans Invents speaks to eccentric product designer harnessing sun and sand to make glass objects.
The 3D printing revolution continues, as the world’s first 3D printed jaw transplant is announced.
3D printing can help further the study of dinosaur behaviour.
The world’s first interactive gastronomy exhibition at Dublin’s Science Gallery.
The world’s first plug-and-play 3D printer designed for home use makes an appearance.
Using patience, an incredible amount of skill, and lots of resin, Riusuke Fukahori brings paintings of goldfish to life.
3D printing is becoming ever more sophisticated but will it lead to the type of piracy that has ravaged the music industry?
The story of Haptic Intelligentsia – Merging human touch and 3D printing.
The 3D prinitng tech that could put an end to the donor waiting list.
Can craftsmen and technology co-exist? Lab Craft are leading the charge into the era of the digital craftsmen.
3D printing is changing manufacturing, but now you can not only print in plastic, but gold and silver.