Prominent Organizations Invest in 3D Printers and Post-Processing Technology

In 2016, Ultimaker released the Ultimaker 3, the latest in its line of popular, highly praised desktop 3D printers. It was followed by the Ultimaker 3 Extended, a larger version of…

Remaking Bronze Johns Award Statuettes with 3D Printing

Johns Hopkins University was founded in 1876 by the eponymous philanthropist with a bequest of $7 million, the single largest philanthropic gift in the history of the United States at that…

Johns Hopkins Researchers Develop 3D Printable Bones Using Real Bone Cells

According to Johns Hopkins researchers, every year due to birth defect, trauma or cancer, more than 200,000 people will need replacement bones in their face or skull. Typically, doctors would…

3D Printing Leads to New Understanding of Zika Virus, Hope for Future Treatment

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past year, you’ve been hearing – and possibly worrying – a lot about the Zika virus. While it isn’t much…

Release the CRACUNS! 3D Printed Drone Can Lurk Underwater for Months Before Launching Into the Air

Drones are becoming more and more flexible and capable of things that were unheard of just a few years ago. We’re seeing 3D printing drones and firefighting drones. Futurists have predicted the…

Johns Hopkins Students Build a 3D printer of Their Very Own with Buildclass

These days most people can simply buy a pre-made 3D printer and only need to press a button to get it to work, but there are those in the maker…

A Biotechnology Makerspace called BUGSS is Helping Make Baltimore a 3D Bioprinting Hub

3D bioprinting is the process of using 3D printing technology to generate living cell structures that maintain the cell function and growth within the printed tissue. The first bioprinting patent…


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