The San Francisco skyline of 2017 is still a work in progress, but a large scale-model of San Francisco unveiled on Wednesday by Autodesk and Steelblue has already provided you a sneak-peek of a future San Francisco.
This involves printing shapes which can then change their shape over time. The potential applications are numerous, including medical implants. It's exciting to imagine where technology will take us next!
Check out artist Jonathan Brand’s Completely 1972 Honda Motorcycle. From Ultimaker: Jonathan Brand is an artist from New York and created a life-size printed 1972 Honda CB…
The European Space Agency has launched a new initiative 3D printing CubeSat bodies in hard, electrically conductive plastic. With the first test run underway, ESA aims to get these 3D printed miniature satellites ready for future use, complete with internal electrical lines. Instruments, circuit boards, and solar panels would simply need to be slotted in.