Now, in a show of old technology meeting new, an enterprising inventor has created a package which wiill produce your own record choices – as long as you have a 3D printer to hand.
Thingverse is a website to swap digital files for 3D printing tiny objects.
An American start-up company has a solution for people who want to eat meat, but don’t want to harm animals either: 3D printed meat.
For those who have marveled at the way software has helped disrupt industry after industry – buckle up, that wave is coming soon to an industry near you.
The newest 3-D food printer, now being honed at Cornell Creative Machines Lab, can produce: tiny space shuttle-shaped scallop nuggets; and cakes or cookies that, when you slice into them, reveal a special message buried within, like a wedding date, initials (image below) or a corporate logo.
Matt Sullivan, a retired soldier, still has trouble explaining his right leg to strangers.
An engineering professor, Behrokh Khoshnevis, at the University of Southern California, is really thinking big: He has figured out a way to build housing with a giant 3D printer.
World’s First 3D Printing Photo Booth to Open in Japan, where you can have your portraits taken, except instead of a photograph, you’ll receive miniature replicas of yourselves.
Now the economics of large-scale production runs carried out overseas are being disrupted by the possibility of making, selling and delivering millions of manufactured items one unit at a time, right next to the customer.
The UK scientists who developed a prototype chocolate printer last year say they have now perfected it.