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Food-Safe Extruder for 3D Printers

Pruso Research, based in the Czech Republic, has created a food-safe hot end for 3D printers, called the PrusaNozzle. It is made from stainless steel, making it easy to clean and safe to use in very high temperatures. Below, Josef

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NASA Approves 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Injector

3D printing a rocket? Sounds like science fiction, but it’s happening. And this 3D-printed rocket part passed a key NASA test – hot-fire trials. The part was printed in part thanks to the capability of printing liquid metals – and

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Bioprinting, Firearms, and 3D Printing

“It seems like science fiction.” Anything you can imagine can often be made with 3D printing, including body parts. This is one of the greatest opportunities and threats in manufacturing and medicine. “The premise is simple. Send a scanned image

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Posted in Bioprinting, Engineering