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3D printing has arrived at Paralogic!

3D printing has arrived at Paralogic, in the form of a new Plastic Jet Printing technology 3D printer. One of the first tasks we have for this unit is a feasibility study. This includes looking into the possibility of reverse engineering of hard-to-find spare parts. This is so that we can better support our customers…

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Creating make up, using 3D Printing!

Well we’ve been saying that the possibilities of 3D printing has been endless and so far we haven’t been disappointed. Grace Choi, CEO of a company called Mink, has created a 3D printer that allows users to create their own make up. Although the printer is currently an early development, with the final printer said…

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3D printed houses; A waste free, eco-friendly way to construct our future

Architects in Amsterdam have started building one of the world’s first life sized 3D-printed houses. The structure is being built using a plastic that is heavily based on plant oil. The team behind this project claim that it is a waste-free, eco-friendly way to design and construct the cities of the future. See video footage…

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Take a look at our 3D creations!

We’ve been closely following the 3D printing trend for some time now and we felt it was time for us to have a go at creating our own 3D printed objects. Therefore since we were venturing into an unknown area, we thought it would be appropriate to create a spaceship and robots! The spaceship in…

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3D milled ice sculptures

3D printing is moving into creating works of art out of different materials, including ice! These amazing ice cube sculptures were made by a creative Japanese company using a CNC milling machine which, as pointed out, isn’t exactly the same as a 3D printer but relies on similar technology. We think that the 3D printer…

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Would you get a tattoo done by a 3D printer?

We’ve talked a lot recently about how 3D printing can help to make everyday lives easier, but what  if 3D printing was also integrated into our personal lives too? I think you’ll agree with us that the possibilities are limitless! It has been reported that 3D printing machines could also be used as tattoo tools…

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3D printing in the medical industry

3D printing, as we suspected, is becoming ever integrated into everyday life, utilised to make daily routines easier. It can even improve quality of life, having been used to create synthetic body parts and most remarkably it has been used on a number of occasions to successfully reconstruct patient’s faces! 3D printed components such as…

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Electronically conductive ink

Who ever thought print could ever be anything more than printed images and words. Whilst the name is a little scientific, the concept could possibly be the most interesting concept in advertising this year! Electronically conductive ink, allows printed materials to be transformed into interactive platforms. The concept sounds somewhat funny; however, we give you…

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Would 3D printers increase innovation and manufacturing in schools?

Luke Johnson, a writer for the Financial Times, is on a mission to get 3D printers into all secondary schools in order to promote innovation and manufacturing. Although this may stem from his desire to be an inventor himself, Luke wants to encourage others to start inventing early. He feels that the device that is…

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The Gadget Show’s 3D Printing Trend

Of course it goes without saying that The Gadget Show, aired on Channel 5 currently, has taken a keen interest in 3D printing. But we don’t mean just as a topic of interest. The show has been using 3D printing as a process to help undertake other projects! A month ago at their Gadget Show…

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