Debra Thimmesch

PrintAlive 3D Bioprinter Creates Skin-like “Living Bandages” to Advance Burn Treatment

Health professionals who treat burn victims are acutely aware of the necessity to treat burn injuries, particularly severe ones, as rapidly as possible. As one journal article explains it, “In…

San Francisco-based Artist Creates a 3D Printed Model of the City’s Sewer System

The city of San Francisco is known for many things–its steep hills, its exquisite view of the bay, its landmark Golden Gate Bridge, its trolley cars, its rich, lively culture….

Turn Your Smartphone Into a Cheap, Yet Powerful Microscope Via 3D Printing

Your smart phone has just become a science lab! Although perhaps most welcome news for those germophobes among us, a new 3D-printed device for smart phones and tablets also facilitates…

The 3D Printed Orange Screamer is Precisely What it Purports to be

We’re confirming–virtually by the minute–just how far reaching are the possibilities where 3D printing is concerned. No doubt, thanks to 3D printing, lives will be saved, new technological summits reached,…

London Design Team Creates a New 3D Printed Letterpress Font

As e-readers became mainstream, bibliophiles resisted them with a reluctant nostalgia. The incomparable experience of leafing through a beloved tome, the heft of the thing, and the ink indelibly marking…

Supermodel Karlie Kloss And an Epic 3D Printing Fashion Journey

The glamorous, jet-setting life of a supermodel may become less exhausting–and possibly a little less glamorous–in the near-3D printing future. Images of supermodel, Karlie Kloss, in the latest edition of…

Japanese Tech Firm, Miraisens, Unveils New “Touchable” 3D Technology Which May Influence 3D Printing

Japanese high-tech firm, Miraisens, announced that it has developed haptic technology, which closes the tactility gap that formerly existed with the virtual reality experience. Haptic technology or “haptics” simulates the…

3D Printed Audio Jewelry: Sound Takes Shape

A word that phonetically resembles or suggests the sound it is meant to describe is termed an “onomatopoeic.” For instance, “moo,” “oink,” and “tick tock” are linguistic imitations of aural…

BeeVeryCreative and the3dprinter Team to Offer 40% Discount on BeeTheFirst 3D Printer to Schools

You’re up late studying for your college chemistry exam. Rather than struggling with abstract figures and two-dimensional images from that intimidatingly colossal college chem book, you have an array of…