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3D Printing Chapter in the Guinness Book of Records

On August 26, 2016, the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory produced the world’s largest solid 3D-printed object, a “trim-and-drill” tool that Boeing uses to build the wings on its passenger aircraft. About the size of an SUV, the tool weighs 1,650 lbs and measures 17.5 feet long, 5.5 feet wide and 1.5 feet tall (5.33m x 1.68m x 0.46m ), making it the world’s largest solid object made with a 3D printer. It took 30 hours to print using carbon fiber and composite plastic materials.

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3D Printed Restaurant Serving 3D Printed Food on 3D Printed Plates

According to founders Antony Dobrzensky and Marcio Barradas, Food Ink is the most futuristic gourmet experience in the known universe. Edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Food Ink was launched last week in London and is coming soon to a city near you. Watch the video presentation here under.

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Image Food Ink

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"Kubo and the Two Strings", a 3D Printed 3D Movie

"Kubo and the Two Strings" is scheduled to be released in US theaters on August 19, 2016 in 2D and stereoscopic 3D formats. The stop-motion film is set in a mythological version of Japan, and is essentially conjoining Western and Eastern themes into a heart-warming and colorfully animated journey. Ultimately, Kubo and The Two Strings also mends together the traditional form of stop-motion film and new innovative techniques that have been enabled in part thanks to 3D printing technology. Trailer and details here under.

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3D Printed 80 Cannons Warship is Stunning

 It all started when the en-designshop team (The Netherlands) received a client request for what turned out to be quite an undertaking. Asked if they could recreate the Seven Provinces, a 17th century warship anchored in the Rotterdam harbor, the team immediately began consulting with Materialise (Belgium).  Over 150 feet long and 40 feet wide, the Dutch warship was armed with a formidable 80 guns. While making history of their own with this 3D printed replica, the two teams worked together steadily in preparing for printing. Watch the amazing video here under!

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image of the Seven Provinces copyrighted by Femke Poort

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3D Organ Printing is No Longer Science-fiction

3D organ printing is a concept that's been studied around the world since the mid 2000's. Binghamton University (NY, USA) researchers are now also contributing to the progress in this field.  The program at BU about two years ago, and the University is now leading the way in a critical aspect of 3D organ printing by creating cell vasculature -- or circulatory systems.

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Kyle Reeser, a PhD student in biomedical engineering, demonstrates a 3-D tissue printer created at Binghamton University.

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