3D PRINTING ORGANS, BLOOD VESSELS AND ALL, TAKES A BIG STEP TOWARD REALITY There’s something a little creepy-sounding about the phrase “lab-grown organs,” but producing human organs in the lab could have a range of such powerful benefits that, if they became widely available, only the rare patient would get hung up on the creep factor...
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The Theta 3D Printer: 4 Extruders On A Polar Coordinate System
When it comes to FDM-based desktop printers, the majority of them all work with the same basic Cartesian format. An extruder moves along an x,y and z-axis in a grid-like format to slowly fabricate an object one layer at a time.
Dreambox, is a 3D printing vending machine that provides easy access to rapid manufacturing without the hassles of owning and operating a 3D printer. The machine is fully automated: users upload their design at the Dreambox website or at a Dreambox machine, the design is sent to the nearest vending machine, and once the object is printed it is stored in a locker until pickup. The machine is available 24/7 and prints have a same day turnaround time. The Dreambox team is based in Berkeley, CA.