3d printing

A’Whora from RuPaul's Drag Race UK turned heads with her 3D-printed outfit. And there's more where that came from.
Elite scientists, engineers and the newly unemployed are working on ways to help tackle the pandemic.
With healthcare and frontline key workers facing shortages of protective clothing as they deal with coronavirus patients and work, those with 3D printing capabilities are helping equip them with face masks and other protective equipment. Schools, businesses and hobbyists are all helping supply places like hospitals with what they need.
From architecture to biotech, batteries to space stations, we are only now beginning to see the revolutionary results of 3D printing...
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The man, who does not have a firearms licence, said he printed it for a university project.
Tendai Muswere allegedly used the device to make two weapons.
Just don't expect an outdoor swimming pool.
This is the first time that we’ve been able to 3D print such a complex part of the body and it’s thought that in just a few years it could be ready for human transplantation.
These artificial corneas could eventually restore someone's sight.