Just up the road a bit in Indianapolis, a 3D-printing company and a veterinarian teamed up to provide a mobility device to a puppy named TurboRoo who was born without front legs. Now the little Chihuahua gets around just fine via a "special cart printed":http://www.cnet.com/news/turboroo-puppy-gets-wheels-thanks-to-3d-printing/ using a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer.
While scanning some recent news, I came across "a story":http://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/places/44323-3d-printing-for-middle... about a public library offering a quick 3D printing class geared toward middle schoolers in the area.
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Does the idea of "3D-printing shoes":http://www.storeitoffsite.com/blog/post.php?s=2014-08-05-3d-printing-cou... sound like a big deal? Well, for some people, it could be just the kind of innovation that changes their lives.
In the latest sign that 3D printing is here to stay, Amazon just announced that their online store will now feature a section dedicated to "3D-printed products":http://www.storeitoffsite.com/blog/post.php?s=2014-09-30-want-to-build-y.... With 3D printing becoming more mainstream by the day, it's only natural that big business is following to take advantage of the interest and profit potential.
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We've been writing a lot lately about 3D printing and how innovations are taking place in various industries via the printing movement. It's worth noting these innovations because it helps illustrate the practical implications of what (to some) is still a bit of a novelty.
Since we have discussed both culinary and medical applications of 3D printing, why stop there? Indeed, 3D printing in fact is not being constrained by industry, and we offer more proof by way of a French company named Drawn that just revealed a line of furniture it has printed.
We have discussed 3D printing lately and how it is affecting various industries. But did you know that 3D printing is being used by medical professionals to help replace body parts?
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