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9. THE PRINCE URN
On April 21, 2016, the world lost one of its most influential and talented musicians to a tragic accidental overdose. Prince was laid to rest at Paisley Park, his private estate and mythical creative sanctuary in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Moreover, he was entombed in an elaborate 3D printed urn that is a replica of the building.
8. CUSTOM GUITARS
3D printers are a convenient option for musicians who want a custom guitar. One company, Odd Guitars, makes the instruments to order, specifically tailoring each product to the customer’s desired color, material, hardware, and other customizations.
7. COMBAT AIRCRAFT PARTS
In Okinawa, Japan, United States Marines are using 3D printing technology to produce replacement parts for combat aircraft. Additive manufacturing, a technology that builds 3D objects by accumulating layers of material, has been embraced by members of Combat Logistic Battalion 31, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.
6. ORION SPACECRAFT PARTS
In 2023, NASA will launch the Orion spacecraft, sending four astronauts – and over 100 production-grade, thermoplastic 3D-printed parts – around the moon and into the universe. During April of this year, digital printing company Stratasys confirmed that it would deliver the printed parts for the deep-space module. For the project, Lockheed Martin Space will team up with Stratasys and Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies.
5. ROBOTIC LAWNMOWER
The 3D-printed robotic lawnmower, brought to you by Reprap Windturbine, takes do-it-yourself projects to a whole new level. It operates within the confines of a boundary wire fence, which prompts the machine to turn around and mow in another direction when it gets too close.
4. BIONIC ARM
As you’ve probably noticed, one of the most beneficial aspects of 3D printing is its ability to cut the production costs and slash the price tags of a lot of things, from leisure items, such as guitars, to important machinery components used by the military and space industries.
3. Chocolate Printer
Although 3D printing is becoming increasingly accessible over time and the possibilities are virtually endless when it comes to what can be made, food remains one of the trickier items to work with. Using 3D printing technology to print food is still in the experimental stages, despite some commercial 3D food printers, such as the PancakeBot, being available on the market.
2. EARS AND HUMAN TISSUE
In 2016, a groundbreaking 3D bioprinter known as an Integrated Tissue and Organ Printing System was created by regenerative medicine scientists at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. This device is capable of producing replacement tissue that is strong enough for transplantation and has been used to print ear, bone, and muscle structures.
1. YOUR UNBORN BABY
Thanks to Embryo 3D, a Russian company that uses prenatal images to reproduce your baby’s image, you can now print and hold your unborn baby. Using detailed scans taken by medical professionals, the company produces high-quality 3D prints made out of plastic and heavy-duty plaster. For an additional fee, they’re happy to also create a precious metal keepsake of your impending bundle of joy.
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