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The Impact Of 3D Printing Car Parts On The Consumers

car parts, cars, 3D, 3D printing, tech

Not everyone is aware of 3D printing, but when they do they will be surprised about it. Having most of the items in the world to be printed in a 3D printer is astonishing or overwhelmingly surprising that most people are not quite ready for it. But before knowing what people think about what this 3D printing business is all about, let’s see how it went through through the automotive industry.

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MyMiniFactory Integrates Zeus 3D For Streamlined 3D Printing Experience

AIO Robotics, MyMiniFactory, Zeus 3D, 3D printing, Cubicon's CubiCreator, CEL Robox's Automaker

Community 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory has had its guaranteed 3D printable library of over 15,000 objects integrated directly into the Zeus 3D Printer by AIO Robotics.

This means that users of the Zeus can access designs from MyMiniFactory directly from the printer itself, using an easy to use touchscreen interface.

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3DRacers, The 3D Printed Racing Game With Online Editor

3DRacers, 3D Printing, toys racing game, smartphone, radio controlled cars

A new generation of 3D Printed products are facing the market, but nothing is like 3DRacers: a 3D printed racing game, compatible with Arduino and smartphone enabled.

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2015 International CES To Feature Latest Innovations In Sensor Technology

Sensors Marketplace

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® today announced the Sensors Marketplace, presented by the MEMs Industry Group, a showcase of the latest innovations in gesture and motion technology, at the 2015 International CES®. Owned and produced by CEA, the International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. The 2015 CES is scheduled to run January 69, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Boy Gets Prosthetic Hand Made By 3-D Printer

I have seen it in the movies and have even seen it in real life but I have never seen this Iron Man style prosthetic created at home. 3-D printers seem like something from the future but for one family it is a reality today.

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