3D printing

Why 3D Printers shouldn’t be banned in Pakistan?

3D printing is a manufacturing technique in which a stream of material is precisely extruded to form layers and...

Jan 3 ·>

Scientists successfully recreate the voice of an ancient Egyptian mummy

Technology has come far. So far, in fact, that it has allowed us to go all the way back...

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Jan 24 ·>

This shape-shifting material by MIT can replicate human faces

4D materials, also called active origami or shape-morphing systems, are the next big thing after 3D printing. Research has...

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Jan 6 ·>

This 3D-Printed house is $10,000 worth and is built in just 24 hours

Food, water, and shelter are basic human needs, but 1.2 billion people in the world live without adequate housing...

Mar 13 ·>

Meet Mir Bayyaan Baloch, first child in Pakistan to receive a 3D printed hand

Bioniks, a prosthetics provider, in collaboration with Xplorer 3D (a 3D printer manufacturer) and Viscous.co (3D printer retailer) to...

Jul 19 ·>

A ‘modernized’ 3D printing institute is Pakistan’s need of the hour

The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority also known as ‘SMEDA’ needs to establish a printing and packaging institute...

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Jul 15 ·>

3D printing lab MakerStudio inaugurated at NED UET

NED UET has inaugurated its first 3D printing lab named as MakerStudio. MakerStudio will not only be accessible for...

Jan 7 ·>
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First ever 3D-printed drug approved for epilepsy treatment

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first ever 3D printed drug for the treatment of epilepsy....

Aug 6 ·>

This Pakistani startup is tapping into a forecasted $21 billion 3D printing industry

“The worldwide 3D printing industry is now expected to grow from $3.07B in revenue in 2013 to $12.8B by...

Jul 25 ·>

Pakistani Startup LearnObots Making Robotics Accessible Through 3D Printing

Robotics and 3D printing have huge potential for solving many local problems at low cost, yet these technologies are...

Feb 17 ·>
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