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Duck Able To Waddle Again Thanks To Prosthetic Feet Duck Able To Waddle Again Thanks To Prosthetic Feet

Posted by Hoob on March 28th, 2018

Chances are that he lost the appendages to the bite of a larger carnivorous fish or possibly even an otter.

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3D Print A House In 24 Hours, for $4,000 3D Print A House In 24 Hours, for $4,000

Posted by Hoob on March 13th, 2018

The house is just an example of what ICON, the developer of the mobile 3D printer called the Vulcan, is planning to do in their first full community, which is set to go up in rural El Salvador.

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Michelin’s New Indestructible Tires Feature Printed Tread On-Demand Michelin’s New Indestructible Tires Feature Printed Tread On-Demand

Posted by Hoob on June 20th, 2017

Michelin is lifting the veil on what we think mobility will look like tomorrow: an airless, rechargable, 3-D printed organic tire, developed from bio-sourced, biodegradable materials.

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The Hottest Trends In Funerals Include LEGOS and 3D Printing! The Hottest Trends In Funerals Include LEGOS and 3D Printing!

Posted by Hoob on May 25th, 2017

Talk about putting the fun back in funeral!

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Kniterate - The Clothing Printer Kniterate - The Clothing Printer

Posted by Hoob on March 31st, 2017

3D printing has changed the game for creators and DIY enthusiasts, but now there’s a new Kickstarter campaign that intends to do for clothing what 3D printing has done for pretty much everything else.

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3D Print a Tiny House For $10 In 24 Hours 3D Print a Tiny House For $10 In 24 Hours

Posted by Hoob on March 1st, 2017

Tiny houses can get pretty expensive and it’s not like they just pop up over night… or can they?

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Burn Victim Tortoise Gets 3D Printed Shell Burn Victim Tortoise Gets 3D Printed Shell

Posted by Hoob on May 23rd, 2016

When a turtle is burned so badly in a fire that its rescuers name it “Freddy,” you usually don’t expect the story to have this kind of happy ending.

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New LEGO Arm Allows Children to Customize Their Own Prosthetics New LEGO Arm Allows Children to Customize Their Own Prosthetics

Posted by Hoob on February 15th, 2016

The University of Central Florida has done amazing things with 3D printed prosthetics. Now, a new solution for amputees has gone one step further and incorporated LEGOs into the mix.

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