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3D Printed Drugs to Personalize Medicine

What once seemed like a dream is now a reality fast approaching the field of medicine. The prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently developed a computer-aided 3D printing technology that is now introducing us to hitherto unexplored possibilities in

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3D Printing: The Selective Laser Sintering Method Explained

3D Printing is fast becoming popular with not just hobbyists but also businesses and inventors all over the world. Selective laser sintering (SLS) is a technology widely used in the 3D printing process wherein the three dimensional object is created

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Fused Deposition Modelling Explained

While there are numerous 3D printing methods, the most widely used one is Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) where the printers are equipped with a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point to create a 3D object. FDM was

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Student Designs 3D-Printed Brain-Controlled Hand

Mahonri Owen, a PhD student from Waikato University, is in the news lately for his extensive work on hands. Yes, you read that right. Owen has been spending to the tune of six hours a day, for over the last

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3D Printed Wrinkle Cure Now Available

Who hasn’t had bouts of panic when old age approaches, bringing with it the promise of unflattering wrinkles, sagging skin and crow’s feet? For those looking to circumvent the Botox needle, a new cure by Welsh dermatological company Innoture comes

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