Three-dimensional printing is gaining traction in both the business realm and among consumers, but there is still some confusion about how these machines work and what exactly the printers can build.  While lots of attention has been focused on 3-D printers and printing off weapons, the fact is the machines are capable of fabricating a variety of products—from gadgets and clothing to human tissue. One 3-D printing company even printed off a concrete house.

Three-dimensional printing is gaining traction in both the business realm and among consumers, but there is still some confusion about how these machines work and what exactly the printers can build. While lots of attention has been focused on 3-D printers and printing off weapons, the fact is the machines are capable of fabricating a variety of products—from gadgets and clothing to human tissue. One 3-D printing company even printed off a concrete house.

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Recommended by http://koslopolis.com - Lifestyle Blog - SNAP! by Nick Kaloterakis See more at: http://davisreed.wix.com/wbinventions

Stratasys’ Director of Global Dental, Avi Cohen, sat down with the Stratasys Blog to discuss the addition of two new Wax Deposition Modeling (WDM) 3D Printers to the company’s Dental 3D Printer family, enabling dental labs to increase the production of  restoration wax-ups with easy-to-use workflow and low cost-per-wax-up.

Stratasys’ Director of Global Dental, Avi Cohen, sat down with the Stratasys Blog to discuss the addition of two new Wax Deposition Modeling (WDM) 3D Printers to the company’s Dental 3D Printer family, enabling dental labs to increase the production of restoration wax-ups with easy-to-use workflow and low cost-per-wax-up.

Build your own supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi boards Summary: Who says you need a few million bucks to build a supercomputer? Joshua Kiepert put together a Linux-powered Beowulf cluster with Raspberry Pi computers for less than $2,000. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for Linux and Open Source |	 May 23, 2013

Build your own supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi boards Summary: Who says you need a few million bucks to build a supercomputer? Joshua Kiepert put together a Linux-powered Beowulf cluster with Raspberry Pi computers for less than $2,000. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for Linux and Open Source | May 23, 2013

A factory on your desk

A factory on your desk

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CuBox: A Powerful PC Small Enough To Compete With Raspberry Pi

CuBox: A Powerful PC Small Enough To Compete With Raspberry Pi

The CuBox-i fits neatly next to your TV at a fraction of the price of other home theater PC solutions. Turn your TV into a smart TV by connecting it to the internet and stream your favorite content from the web or your local storage devices. | eBay!

Infographic: Some of the awesome benefits of smart home automation, and what home automation technologies can do. www.homecontrols.com

Infographic: Some of the awesome benefits of smart home automation, and what home automation technologies can do. www.homecontrols.com

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