eBay Is Latest To Join 3D Printing Craze With New App For Customizable Goods, eBay Exact.

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July 19, 2013
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eBay Is Latest To Join 3D Printing Craze With New App For Customizable Goods, eBay Exact

Ebay is hopping on the 3D printing bandwagon. This morning, the company announced the debut of a new iPhone application called eBay Exact which allows users to browse and buy customizable print-on-demand merchandise from three top 3D printing companies: newly acquired MakerBot, Sculpteo, and Hot Pop Factory.

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Let's Just Pretend This Doesn't Exist: 3D Printed Poop

When historians are penning the history of 3D printing, this might go under the heading of most tasteless use of the technology: "3D printed disposable waste."

Shapeways CEO: 3D Printing Can Fully Disrupt Views on Manufacturing

Inside the Manhattan headquarters of 3D printing service Shapeways, engineers plug away at rows of workstations, the crisp clackety-clack of a table tennis match is underway in the break room, and CEO Peter Weijmarshausen sees a revolution building across his industry.

NASA's 3D-Printed Rocket Injector Test: A Beautiful Inferno

NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne tested their first 3D-printed rocket engine injector today. What you will see is a little guy passing the test with flying—and flaming—colors. Success is a beautiful thing.

Microsoft Demos 3D Printing with Windows 8.1

This week during the Inside 3D Printing conference in Chicago, Microsoft senior program manager Jesse McGatha expanded on the company's previous announcement that Windows 8.1 would support 3D printing. The company said at the end of June that plug-and-play support for 3D printing would transform how consumers create just like how desktop publishing transformed the way everyone wrote. If anything, the company will be ready for a market that will supposedly reach $3.1 billion by 2016.

Homemade LEGObot 3D printer does 3D printing on the cheap

As the 3D printing revolution continues, prices of 3D printers have continued to fall, with devices such as the Buccaneer 3D printer set to sell for under US$400. But even that is still too expensive for many people – students in particular. That's why Matthew Krueger, also known as matstermind at instructables.com, has created a 3D printer for next to nothing from everyone's favorite childhood toy, LEGO.

3D-Printed Surfboards Are Custom Designed for Each Surfer

Surfing pros and novices alike will be intrigued by an ongoing Kickstarter project from a company that wants to design 3D-printed custom boards based on actual data derived from riding in the water.

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