Monthly Archives: Juli 2017

Telescoping 3D printed robots developed to help in search & rescue

3D printing has been used to help create a program for exploring the possibilities of objects that can be extended and compacted at will. As a deployable feature that can be added to a variety of shapes the technique has great potential across mechanical and civil engineering to make structures and innovative machines. In robotics, […]

3D printed safe-cracking robot steals show at DEF CON, taking just 30 mins to crack SentrySafe

An open source 3D printed robot created by Nathan Seidle, founder of Colorado-based hardware company SparkFun, has wowed DEF CON attendees by cracking a SentrySafe safe in just half an hour. The week before last, we ran a story about a 3D printed open source robot that could crack a safe in as little as 15 minutes. The device was developed by SparkFun’s Nathan Seidle, and only costs around $200 to make. It's now back in the headlines thanks to its appearance at a major global event.

Protect Your Original Designs With GROW’s Patented Security Solution

The digital age has its fair share of headaches. Putting up your work on a network leaves it open to alterations and tampering. This problem plagues many in the industry, which is why GROW has come up with a way to tackle these security issues. Their new security solution allows users to ensure that their […]

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Next generation of Iron Man flying suit will be 3D printed

As the co-founder of technology startup Gravity, Richard Browning is known as the real life Iron Man. Together with a dedicated team in the UK, Browning has invented and patented a jet engine powered flying suit, designed to “re-imagine manned flight.” In the latest update – this time from San Diego’s Comic-Con – Browning speaks to […]

TTP introduces FormaJet, a multi-color 3D bioprinting platform

TTP Plc, a UK-based technology and product development company, has unveiled its new FormaJet liquid handling platform which reportedly enables high throughput and multi-color digital 3D bioprinting. The company is currently seeking partners for the platform’s development and go-to-market strategy.

Israeli Designer Gives Customers the Ability to Custom-fit Their Own 3D Printed Jackets Online

Danit Peleg is a fashion designer with a keen eye for the future. While implementing 3D printing into fashion is nothing new, the consumer model she is using on her website is immensely clever. On the website, users can design their own jacket and have it printed, fitted and delivered in just a few clicks. Peleg […]

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