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3D Printing’s Glowworm — GlowFill

  Good afternoon my dear friends. Remember I've ever introduced you guys the difference between the PLA and ABS the early time? The passage tells us how to operate the 3D printer accurately with different materials. Does it work? However, both the materials are too regular. Today I would like to introduce a fantastic gismo — the GlowFill.   Dutch 3D printer material manufacturer ColorFabb has launched an extreme intense GlowFill glow in the dark filament based on a highly concentrated phosphorescent pigment. The material has been engineered with the proven PLA/PHA 3D printing filament formulation.    As from the 4th of June this filament...
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Mink 3D printers enable you to print the unique make-up you want.

    When it comes to 3D or 3D printing or whatever, how do you think, girls?  You  may have the same idea with me "Come on, it is 3D printing, it is all about technology or electronics, what does this have to do with us, technology is a man thing. What girls concern most is beauty, I’d like to spend all day to shop for the dresses and hours to give myself a stunning make-up. Yes, make-up, a cosmetic bag that can satisfy your every desire for a unique style of beauty is the dream of many girls". But...
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Semi-annual Clearance

      Dear Geeetech fans, we are having a sale to clear out our dear old stock, we selected a complete profusion of breakout modules for you, nearly 20 different kinds of sensor modules with different function, all these modules are among our best sellers in the past year, considering its popularity, we decide to take them all out and share with you. During the clearance, you can get them only at 50% discount, nice and cheap! Come and see, maybe you will come across the one you are looking for. With these breakout modules and your imagination, you...
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Play Tetris on your T-shirt

     As 3 d printing has been more and more matured, 3D enthusiasts have rocked our word by creating endless novelties and gadgets, wearable smart T-shirt made by 3d printing has gradually emerged into our life.     A combination of wearable smart T-shirt with games could be a potential trend, although some video games have been gradually forgotten throughout history, there are some exceptions that still enjoy a great number of sought-after and have their own new fans. Tetris is one of them.     To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Tetris, in virtue of his outstanding ability...
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A 3D Fancier Made an Iron Man Helmet with a 3D Printer

         Recently, as the "iron man" hit the screen, a photo of a handsome boy also attracted the attention of many weibo users in which he was holding the helmet of "iron man" .if you think this helmet is nothing but a toy helmet you can see all over the street, you are probably wrong. In fact, it was made by 3D printer by a "80 -generation" boy from Fuzhou , Fujian province. It took him 3 days to finish the vivid helmet that stunned his friends.     The boy, whose name is YuWei was reached...
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3D printing show on the international printing week on july 3-6,shanghai

    According to Shanghai government network of China (Shanghai), the international printing week will be held on July 3 to 6, 2014 at Shanghai New International Expo Center.     It is reported that the exhibition will set up a special area for 3D printing, in addition to some cutting-edge technology and the application of 3D printing, researches and applications of 3D printing technology in areas like industrial product design, animation derivatives design, ink animation design and the replica of ancient works, such as books or paintings will also be exhibited by combining the physical model with on-site interactive experience. That...
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Disposable quadcopters could democratize aerial panoramas

High-quality aerial photos taken with sub-100g quadcopters and from cameras mustering less than a megapixel in resolution could make panoramic photography far more accessible, affordable, and flexible, one researcher has discovered. Whereas traditional approaches to aerial imagery have relied on heavy, high-resolution cameras which demand professional operation, Camille Goudeseune of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign went to the other extreme, using near-disposable quadcopters that are effectively toys and software cleverness to stitch together multiple frames from cheap video cameras around 640 x 360 in resolution. While an individual shot from such a camera might not be impressive seen in...