We are always thrilled where 3d technology is making steps forward. This time there is a huge one. Spanish engineers have just 3d-printed human skin.
Feeling thirsty? Let’s 3d print something to drink. It’s not a joke! It’s a science, technology and people’s ideas.
Sheikhs from the Middle East like to show off their passion for new technologies. This time in Dubai, the first printed in 3d office.
The German company Festo has developed a technology that uses a robot to create interconnected webs of glass fiber. The technology, called 3D Cocooner inspired is a technique by which insects create their cocoons. The architecture is mainly associated with people. But above all animals they created impressive structures. Bees, wasps and termites build houses layer by layer. Spiders and caterpillars build houses imposing structure using fiber.
It is not easy to print something in the absence of gravity. Two years ago, the Americans were able to create this type of printer, but none of this feat was not repeated. Until now, when Chinese scientists announced that tested their own project of such a printer.