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Students go crazy with 3D printer.  Our class for digital tools and fabrication has completed our 3d printing assignment.  "We were required to create a form that fits within a 6x6x6cm cube, with the only real restraints being the reference surface and the interface at the edges. The object was modeled in rhino 3d and exported to the z-corp 3d printer." see http://peterbooth.wordpress.com/2007/11/16/3d-printing/

Printing Ready to Dominate in Las Vegas While printing is a technology with endless possibilities, it will also present ethical challenges. Those issues will be on display at CES (Lewinski, J.

Roboy team aims to build robot utilizing 3D printed components and off the shelf electronics.  Limb articulation is controlled via elastic cables.  Lessons learned from projects like this can open new opportunities for applications in prosthetics and assisted movement devices.

Some Robots Are Starting to Move More Like Humans Designs that borrow from biology are making robots flexible, and aiding research into machine intelligence.

3D printing has become an incredibly powerful tool to customize one-off products for differing applications. This project was based on using this technology to design a customized prosthetic leg for a specific user- a young, urban, male athlete. Nike was chosen as an appropriate brand to bring form to the leg. It also required familiarizing oneself with the emotional, medical, lifestyle, and physical changes the user would encounter. Designer: Colin Matsco (Link)

printing has become an incredibly powerful tool to customize one-off products for differing applications. This project was based on using this technology to design a customized prosthetic leg for a specific user- a young, urban, male athlete.

3d printed prosthetic hand | For those of you who recognize this, let’s just hope it doesn’t go ...

printed lightweight robotic hand wins 2012 R&D 100

3d printed prosthetic hand | ... 3D printing files, on his public blog. Currently without a torso or

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3ders.org - UNYQ's 3D-printed covers make prosthetics modern and stylish | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

Eythor Bender, co-founder and CEO of UNYQ, a new fashion house and etailer, wants to re-imagine prosthetics, so that every wearer could design their own prosthetic that expresses their personality.