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Printing planes: BAE Systems now using 3D printed parts in fighter jets

January 5th, 2014 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

BAE Systems is using 3D printed components in fighter jets flown in the UK. The news suggests that in the future, parts could simply be printed out when needed on the battlefield. The first parts where used on board Tornado fighter jet…

BAE Systems is using 3D printed components in fighter jets flown in the UK. The news suggests that in the future, parts could simply be printed out when needed on the battlefield. The first parts where used on board Tornado fighter jets flying out of...

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Vuzix V720 video headphones combo puts a 720p 3D screen on your face

January 3rd, 2014 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

Vuzix has just won a 2014 CES Innovation Award for its new V720 video headphones. This gorgeous looking headset offers headphone sound while plonking two screens at 720p right in front of your eyes. The dual screens are housed in a vis…

Vuzix has just won a 2014 CES Innovation Award for its new V720 video headphones. This gorgeous looking headset offers headphone sound while plonking two screens at 720p right in front of your eyes. The dual screens are housed in a visor that lets you...

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Glasses-free 3D and 4K PS4 and Xbox One gaming to be shown by Stream TV next week

December 30th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

Stream TV, the company pushing glasses-free 3D that works from multiple viewing angles, will be showing off its latest screen and a 4K upscaling box at CES next week. Steam TV will show off its improved Ultra-D TV that offers an upgrad…

Stream TV, the company pushing glasses-free 3D that works from multiple viewing angles, will be showing off its latest screen and a 4K upscaling box at CES next week. Steam TV will show off its improved Ultra-D TV that offers an upgraded version of the...

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First working 3D printed human liver could arrive in 2014

December 27th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy that you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed with organ-like liver surviving for almost a month. B…

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy that you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed with organ-like liver surviving for almost a month. But due to a lack...

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First working 3D printed human liver could arrive in 2014

December 27th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy that you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed with organ-like liver surviving for almost a month. B…

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy that you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed with organ-like liver surviving for almost a month. But due to a lack...

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First working 3D printed human liver could arrive in 2014

December 27th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed, with the created liver surviving for almost a month. But…

If you thought 3D printing human organs was a sci-fi fantasy you’d never see in your lifetime, prepare to be shocked. We’ve already seen basic layers of liver cells printed, with the created liver surviving for almost a month. But because of a lack...

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3D print spare parts for your broken Christmas presents

December 25th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

The Christmas holiday is here and with it comes presents and, inevitably, broken parts. It wouldn’t be a complete Christmas experience without some cheap plastic tat getting broken. But this year when dad goes off the the shed to try…

The Christmas holiday is here and with it comes presents and, inevitably, broken parts. It wouldn’t be a complete Christmas experience without some cheap plastic tat getting broken. But this year when dad goes off the the shed to try and fix it, he...

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Cartesian Co Ex1 3D printer lets you print your own gamepad controller or bracelet tech

December 11th, 2013 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

A young group of Australian students have just completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund their Ex1 3D printer. It makes printing circuit boards brilliantly simple and completely versatile. Say you want to print a circuit on a…

A young group of Australian students have just completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund their Ex1 3D printer. It makes printing circuit boards brilliantly simple and completely versatile. Say you want to print a circuit on a bracelet that has...

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