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Recently, two students from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts designed and produced a series of customizable 3D printed shoes. The shoes are made of eco-friendly materials and can be customized according to the wearer's requirements. Finally, prototypes and 3D printing are performed using the Multitool 3D printer from ZMorph, a 3D printer manufacturer in Poland.There is no doubt that the fashion and retail industry is one of the most wasteful manufacturing industries on the planet. It is not only the production of clothing and footwear, but also the actual waste of each product and the consumption of valuable resources such as water resources. It is said that the footwear industry needs about 25,000 liters of water to make a pair of shoes.However, as technology advances, 3D printing has begu...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 22
According to research conducted by the Royal Academy of Sciences, the average IQ of people who often play with educational toys is 11 points higher than those who do not play games. In addition, the elderly who started playing educational toys since childhood are less than 1% of the total population. Therefore, in order to better develop intelligence, let children win at the starting line, and choosing the right educational toy is very important!Jigsaw puzzles, LEGO bricks, Rubik's cubes, stacking cups... Now, children's educational toys come in all shapes and sizes. Parents buy toys from children in the market and “stack” them. Although spending a lot of money, the children did not get real exercise from it. What kind of educational toy is good for children? Xiao Bian believes that educat...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 22
3D printing appeared on the highly anticipated Olympic venues, and equipment exclusively for athletes was also used for 3D printing. In the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, the United States won the first Olympic medal in the men's solo competition.U.S. ChampionshipChris Mazzel won a silver medal - equal to the best performance of the United States Olympic sled team. In the past, the U.S. Olympians won bronze and silver medals for women's singles and men's doubleslides. For years, the German and Austrian teams have dominated the sport. In the sled race, the players lie flat on their feet and place them on a sled. They can slide on the icy track at a speed of 140 kilometers per hour. The rider controls the speed of the sled by changing the position of the foot or moving his shoulders.The s...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 22
It is understood that, recently, researchers from the University of New York at Rutgers University have developed a 3D printing smart gel that can move in the water to grab and move objects. This achievement helps to develop underwater robots and artificial muscles. The researchers printed out several humanoid smart gels about 2.54 cm high, placed them in the electrolyte, and then energized the electrolyte. The gel can advance, retreat, grasp objects, and move objects under the action of an electric field. Changing the electrolyte concentration and electric field strength can change the gel's posture or shape.Researchers published papers on Applied Materials and Interfaces to report the results. They said that this material is similar to human tissue, contains a lot of water, is very soft,...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 21
May 18, 2018, was informed that Silicon Valley startup Arevo Inc has produced a 3D printed carbon fiber frame bike. On Thursday, Arevo announced that it had won a $12.5 million (80 million yuan) Series B round of financing. Investment companies include Japan’s Asahi Glass Co Ltd, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, Leslie Ventures and Khosla VTraditional carbon fiber bicycles are expensive because workers need to manually soak a single layer of carbon fiber around the frame mold and then place the frame in an oven to allow the resin to melt and bond the carbon fiber sheets together.Arevo's technology combines 3D printing, web-based software and custom raw materials. It uses a "depositing head" mounted on the robot arm to print out the three-dimensional shape of the bicycle frame. T...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 19
Recently, a foreign maker posted a small replica of the Russian T80 tank he had spent 9 months using 3D printing technology. T-80 is a main battle tank developed by the former Soviet Union. Since its service in 1976, it has been nicknamed "Flight Tank".The replica of this tank, which the makers eventually produced, is 36 inches (91 centimeters) long, 10 inches (25 centimeters) tall and weighs 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms).He first saw the photographs of the T80 from the famous weapon and model library, Primeportal.net. After browsing through several photos of this tank, he found that these photos were taken against the same tank, and its The size is exactly the size of the model he wants. He specifically emphasized: "This step is especially important because they are the things ...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 17
Jack is a designer from Illinois, USA. A few years ago, he established a design studio named after himself. In the spare time, playing video games is Jack's biggest hobby.For Jack, his favorite game is the Mario Bros. series produced by Nintendo. From the first edition in 1983 to the latest version in 2017, Jack barely missed any generation of Mario games. Recently, he produced a 3D-printed Mario pixel model based on the image of Nintendo's early classic Mario Bros. This pixel model uses 8 BIT design styles, it can bring you instantly back to the red and white machine era of the 80s, and recover the collective memories belonging to that era.It is reported that this work is composed of pieces of 3D prints that are similar to Lego bricks in different colors. As its biggest bright spot, all 3...
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Updated: 2018 - 05 - 17
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