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07 Oct, 2019

Australian Company Reveals 3D Printed Hemp Homes

     Hemp has been known to be a durable crop with many different uses.  In fact, people were actually able to make hempcrete from hemp to build homes.  Now, there is a new method of making hemp building materials. Perth-based bio-technology company Mirreco has revealed plans to roll out 3D printed hemp homes.  They have developed innovative, carbon-neutral hemp panels for residential and...

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16 Sep, 2019

This Juicer 3D-prints BioPlastic Cups From Orange Peels

     The "Feel the Peel" juicer is probably one of the most impressive and innovative juicers you will ever see.  The juicer functions on a zero-waste model.  Oranges are loaded into the top of the machine, and when a customer is ready it will cut the orange in half and juice it. The peels of the orange are then...

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20 Aug, 2019

How Scientists are 3D Printing Organs

     The human body is very complex and made up of various and essential parts.  Our organs each serve a specific function, and all work together to help us function daily. Could you imagine having one of your organs replaced with a 3D-printed replica?  It may seem kind of far-fetched at the moment, but scientists are currently working to do...

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20 Aug, 2016

Hot or Not: Adidas Futurecraft w/ 3D Printed Sole

   Adidas is not letting up in the running shoe feud with Nike.  They continue to push the boundaries of design, comfort, and aesthetic.  Their latest reveal is the Adidas "Futurecraft"; the shoe features a sole console that is completely 3D printed.  The design is sleek and the shoe looks super comfy.  The name "Futurecraft" fits this shoe perfectly as...

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