I love some Weird Al, but this song actually made me think of a medical application of 3D printing. I’ve seen a number of articles recently about surgeons using 3D printing to help practice complex, new and unique surgeries. Continue reading
In space resources are limited. I’ve had a chance through friends who work at NASA to explore the Houston mock-up of the ISS. It’s surprisingly large, but imagine having to keep everything a group of people might need for months. Continue reading
Do you want in on the 3D printing revolution? Sure your could purchase a few shares of one of the large publicly traded companies, but it’s more exciting (and potentially more rewarding) to get in on the early stages of a company doing novel and exciting things. Right now WhiteClouds is raising funds over on Wefunder. Continue reading
According to the Associate Press:
A federal judge in Seattle has issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns.
Defense Distributed has complied with the order. Stay tuned. So many conflicting rights in this case. As I’ve heard said, “when rights collide, courts decide.”