What we can print using 3D technology? The list will blow your mind, surely.

What we can print using 3D technology? The list will blow your mind, surely.
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Using 3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, we can print almost anything. Anything means really anything.

As per the recent news GE Aviation is investing $70 million in an Auburn, Alabama factory to make 3D printed fuel nozzles for its LEAP jet engine. What used to require welding together 20 parts now requires printing just one.  Really what a technology!

And here's a list of inventions that will amaze you for sure.

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Strakka Racing's Dome

Strakka Racing's Dome

According to Strakka's Dan Walmsley - "We had to go though a bit of a mindset shift, because our experience of 3D printing in the past ... was quite powdery."

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On the poster, each letter and number appear and are superimposed over a single, larger letter or number, or specimen as the team called it.

Drew Cox's with his low-cost scanner Matter and Form.

Drew Cox's with his low-cost scanner Matter and Form.
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3D Caricature of Prince Charles

3D  Caricature of Prince Charles
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Japanese Summer Orange

Japanese Summer Orange
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The five-sided fruits derive from the Ehime prefecture, where Japanese farmers typically cross-breed mandarins with oranges to yield the original pentagon-shaped fruit.

Bespoke Fruit: 5-Sided Oranges

Bespoke Fruit: 5-Sided Oranges
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Cambridge-based design studio Dovetailed says their printer creates bespoke 'fruit' using specification.

from Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen's collection with 3D printing

from Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen's collection with 3D printing
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