Friday, July 08, 2011

3-D Printing

This is incredible.

6 comments:

Bill Crider said...

Durn tootin'.

Richard R. said...

MFG, I had no idea such technology was even on a drawing board somewhere. The applications for this are beyond counting. Wow.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Hard to keep up with it now, isn't it?

Marsdon said...

I saw something similar about 20 years ago where a laser beam hardened plastic in a pool a layer at a time to make an object, but it didn't make a working wrench - though the sample I saw was a ball inside a cage. The engineer who showed it to me told me that the ball had to be cut loose in a few places - this is a giant step up from that technology. That technique was used in prototyping new tools, but about ten years ago it was also used to make a prototype of an artificial hip specially crafted for an individual via a MRI. The prototype was then used in a mold to make the real artificial hip.

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