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Monday, December 22, 2014
3 - D ప్రింటర్ తో ప్రింట్ చేసిన వస్తువులు
A Japanese company will print a 3D model of your fetus after an ultrasound for 100,000 yen, which is a little over $840 in American currency. Because, why not?
Watch this 3-D printed gun in action
BBC; Image: Wikipedia Creative Commons
One U.S. start-up, Modern Meadow, has created a 3-D printed meat prototype. Though it's not yet suitable for human consumption, it does look like the real deal.
4.) Skin Grafts
Popular Science/Wake Forest Institute For Regenerative Medicine
After a bio-printer scans a patient's wound, new skin can be printed directly onto the injury. A portable model, that can be brought to war and disaster zones, is in the works.
This 3-D printed trail bike is made of titanium and is fully customizable.
The Guardian/Universe Architecture
While not actually possible yet, there are multiple plans in the works to 3-D print houses, including this Dutch architect's Landscape House.
The first 3-D printed car is called the "Urbee" and gets up to 200 miles per gallon of gas.
8.) Camera Lenses
Lenses can cost thousands of dollars. 3-D printing could make camera lenses much more affordable.
Popular Science/Cornell University
These printed ears are made from cow cartilage cells and collagen from rat tails. The ears have to be incubated for three months before they can be transplanted onto a human.
10.) Bartending Machines
Look out, bartenders. This 3-D printed machine can mix up any drink you want. I'll take a cosmo, please.
11.) Custom-Fit Clothing
3-D printers can make custom-fit clothing using your body's data. The printing process also leaves behind little-to-no waste, and could be an eco-friendly way to manufacture outfits very soon.
12.) Medical Models
3-D printed medical models could eliminate the use and need for cadavers in medical schools.
This printed flute is called a
, a traditional Chinese flute dating back to the
. This model was printed with bronze.
Freedom of Creation/Sanne Peper
These shoes were printed by fashion designer Pauline Van Dongen as a part of the
Future of Fashion
exhibition in Amsterdam.
15.) Educational products
Maps and models for educational use can be made with 3-D printers, potentially making educational resources more affordable and accessible.
With 3-D printing, musicians can make replicas of their favorite guitarist's instruments.
The Verge; Image:
Flickr / Jenn Durfey
This pizza-making printer was a project funded by NASA. Watch the pizza being printed
20.) 3-D Printers
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