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A 3-D Printer That Uses the Sun to Create Glass Objects Out of Sand
Marcus Kayser's Solar Sinter project turns the desert's resources into bowls
Today in 3-D Printing: Musical Instruments and Instruments of War
When you can print nearly anything, who will say what not to print?
13-Year-Old Riley Lewis and His Crew Embrace 3-D Printing at Public School
We always love hearing from passionate, scientific-minded kids, and 13-year-old Riley Lewis, a burgeoning 3-D printer expert (and PopSci reader!)...
Print New Body Parts at the Cornell University Creative Machines Lab
Careers: Mechanical engineer, biomedical engineer
UK Engineers Print and Fly the World’s First Working 3-D Printed Aircraft
SULSA can fly at up to 100 mph
Video: Solar Sinter Project Turns the Desert’s Free Abundance of Sand and Sun into 3-D-Printed Glass
Markus Kayser’s Solar Sinter project takes the desert’s two most abundant resources, sunlight and sand and puts them to work...
Contest Asks: What’s the Awesomest 3-D Printed Bionic Titanium Implant You Can Imagine
Can't wait for 3-D printed grills. Are you listening, Lil Wayne?
Trimensional iPhone App Takes 3-D Scan of Your Face, Sends to 3-D Printer to Produce Face Tchotchkes
3-D scanning shouldn’t be limited to expensive equipment in labs. Developers have started to use increasingly powerful consumer electronics to...
Six Dream Projects of the 3-D Printing Pioneers
They can print houses on the moon and change the course of science education forever--and they might be closer to fruition than you'd think
Video: Three Hacked Kinects and One 3-D Printer Make You Into Your Own Souvenir
Remember those little wax figurines you’d get as a kid at zoos and aquariums? The ones in the shape of...