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Most Read Articles from Last Week – August 17


Do Not 3D-Print: MIT Hackers Duplicate “Non-Duplicatable” High-Security Keys
Three MIT electrical engineering students have used 3D printing to get around the pesky “Do Not Duplicate” label engraved on the keys to your apartment, and to high-security locks everywhere. David L…



Wearable Pi With 3D Printing
What looks like a steampunk version of a prop from post-apocalypse video game Fallout, is actually a surprisingly well-engineered, wearable computer made using a raspberry pi and a lot of 3D printing….



Michigan Tech Study Says: “The RepRap is an economically attractive investment for the average U.S. household already”
For those of you who are still unsure of whether or not home 3D printing will take off, here’s a study, originally published in Mechatronics, that uses a lot of academic language to say that it will. …



A Robotic 3D Printer for £50? Suitable for Chocoholics!
So if I told you that a 3D printer could be built for approximately £50.00 you’d think I was joking wouldn’t you? If I told you that the bill of materials included a chocolate fountain and a robot …



3D Printing Market Reports from Industry Leading Collaboration
Credible Input Ensures Credible Results, unlike many of the reports you have seen in the 3D printing sector to date. Econolyst and 3DPI have established a partnership to develop market reports that wi…



100% 3D Printed Catapult
For this Sunday, let’s take a look at The Guardian Catapult which was printed with Type A Machines’ Series 1 3D Printer. The catapult was designed so that it can be 100% 3d printed even in PLA and con…



STAR.V3 – High Speed 3D Printed Robot
For this Saturday let’s kick back and check out this cool high speed 3D Printed robot. The name STAR comes from Sprawl Tuned Autonomous Robot and that’s exactly what it does, with speed up to 5.2m/s. …



Echoviren — A 3D Printed Sculpture of Size, Style & Natural Substance
Currently, in a rural corner of Northern California, an impressive 3D printing project is taking shape. The proponents of this project are Smith|Allen (aka Stephanie Smith and Bryan Allen) who are par…



Night of the Living Patents: 3D Printing Resurrects Old Inventions
Hidden behind the debates regarding 3D printing and patent law – is it good? is it bad? is it a sandwich? – is a 31-year-old New York patent lawyer named Martin Galese that brings a sense of humor and…



What is Shapeways Up To?
Shapeways has announced an “amazing opportunity” for NYC based designers and artists. Trouble is, they’re being all mysterious about it and have not released any details other than that it’s: “a major…


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