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Print your own chemistry set…

A 3D printer and some silicone is all you need to revolutionise chemistry by making the reaction vessel a part of the experiment itself. More details in this week’s Nature Chemistry. Tell the laboratory glassblower to hang up their face guard and shut the door on their way out… Related Posts:Reflecting on Feynman fun Why [...] Print your own chemistry set… is a post from: Sciencebase S
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Everything About How 3D Printing Works: Part 3

Technology : Tech Goes Strong (last year)

Few people need or want to own a home 3D printer, at least at the moment, to make an iPhone case or some useless do-dad that will gather dust on a shelf, the details of which we discussed in Part 2 of our 3D printing series. (In Par... Read Post

Angling to be the Google of 3D printing, Autodesk announces its own open source printer and platform

Technology : Pando Daily (4 months ago)

Autodesk announced today that the company will release its own 3D printer with its new open software platform called Spark, in an attempt to set a “new benchmark for the 3D printing user experience.” The move takes a page out of the... Read Post

The 3&Dbot is a 3D Printer on Wheels With Endless Possibilities

Technology : Shelly Palmer Digital Living (12 hours ago)

3D printers are far from a perfect technology at this point, but one of their most glaring issues is that their printing capacity is limited to the size of the machines. The print head on a 3D printer can only travel so far, which i... Read Post


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