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According to Doctors, The Future May Include 3D Printed Parts for Hearts

Life expectancy for the average American is at an all-time high right now. Currently, that’s around 79 years, but many, many people are living longer than that. The oldest person…

Bioprinting at Carnegie Mellon University: Researchers Create Acoustic Tweezers to Move Cells Safely

The 3D printing industry currently employs so many applications that it’s becoming nearly impossible to keep track–and if you are, that’s one long list. As you read along in this moment,…

From ‘Furbicated’ Horsetails to Wizards: It’s Getting Pretty Hairy Up In Here

Hair … glorious hair … Whether it’s an afro, a sleek ponytail, an updo, or a mess of trendy dreadlocks, the different ways in which we all present our locks,…

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Hack & Refine Hardware to 3D Print Soft Tissue and Soon, Heart Muscle

It’s easy to see why 3D printing is so often equated with magic. Who would have ever dreamed we could set up a fairly simple machine, give it some instructions,…

These New 3D Printed Tools Allow for Harmony Between Cyclists & Motorists

The use and ownership of bicycles is at an all-time high due to numerous obvious factors–but one new factor seems to be that the millennial crowd is more and more reluctant to…

Encore: Research Allows for 3D Printed Augmentation of Everyday Objects

If you have a 3D printer then you are likely overwhelmed by the sheer number of possible objects you can find online to print out. At the same time, the…

What’s Hot in 3D Metal Printing — Carnegie Mellon Professors Tell Us

We recently did a story about Dr. Jack Beuth, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who’s deeply involved in researching 3D printing with metal materials, and now Dr. Beuth has…

Carnegie Mellon University Student Designs 3D Printed Crab Robot

We frequently report on developments in the field of robotics when they involve 3D printing. The latest and, arguably, one of the more unique projects comes from Carnegie Mellon University…

Carnegie Mellon University Stays True to History with ‘Additive Manufacturing for Engineers’ Course

Carnegie Mellon University began operations as the Carnegie Technical Schools, founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1900 before granting four-year degrees in 1912. Now the venerable university has launched an undergraduate…