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Five Most Unbelievable 3D Printed Things 3D printing involves the creation of 3-dimensional objects from printable models, a process also referred to as addictive manufacturing. Creation of these printable models could be through a plain digital camera and photogrammetry software, CAD or via a 3D scanner. The models are then sliced into several layers before being printed by a 3D printer a layer at a time. This technology is the beginning of the third industrial revolution and has open up lots of chances. Below are five unbelievable 3D printed things that are absolutely amazing. 3D Printed Food Picture a scenario where we can finish hunger by simply printing food that we can eat, seems unrealistic right? Well it is not, not according to Cornell Creative Machines Lab who announced back in 2012 the possibility of making food using 3D hydrocolloid printing. NASA consents to this possibility having given a contract to a Consultancy company if they could print space food for their astronauts.
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There was no way 3D printing could not have found use in the medical arena. There are some artificial limbs which have been made through this process to help out amputees and victims of wars. Better yet, it’s made them much more affordable with reports suggesting some of the Syrian war victims are indeed beneficiaries of these 3D limbs that were printed. Firearms Were 3D Printed Yes, a firearm may also be 3D printed just like the food. This possibility was brought out by “Defense Distributed” a group based in the United States which made a 3D printed gun nicknamed the “liberator”. They decided they could place the models and their instructions such that individuals had the chance of downloading and copying this firearm. Your guess is nearly as good as mine the authorities saw this and couldn’t sit back, they were told to pull out the directions off their sites. Automobiles Automobiles can be 3D printed and not only cars but instead supercars. Koenigsegg (Swedish supercar manufacturer) made one in 2014. A year later that is early 2015 Airbus announced the inclusion of like 1000 3D printed components in their new Airbus A350 XWB. It all started back in 2010 when a US engineering firm and a 3D printers making one partnered to make the first 3D printed car nicknamed “Urbee”. It was its windows and its body that were printed. 3D Printed Buildings Note it is 3D printed buildings and not to mean models as those used by architects and architecture firms to show their clients. A Chinese company based in Shanghai made two 3D printed buildings that you can actually live in. There 3D printers work by making construction materials layers on each other to filled building blocks.