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Technology: 3D Printer Copies 3D Objects (Amazing Stuff, Must See)

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June 23, 2011

Advanced 3D printing technologies yield models that can serve as product prototypes. It even copies moving parts.

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Added: Feb-17-2012 Occurred On: Feb-17-2012
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  • I bet the ink cartridge would cost a small fortune.

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  • 3:46 he held the wrench backwards, when tightening that nut.

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    • @Rhemis you saw that too. NEVER EVER EVER put pressure on the movable jaw...same goes for a vise in a Milling machine when cutting. make sure the cutting force from the endmill is towards the fixed jaw and not the movable one. GOOD TIMES!!

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    • @Defensor
      LOL Somebody gave me a "-1". Somebody who never touched a tool in their life.

      Funny how these guys can create amazing technology, but don't know how to use the by-products of it.

      Reminds me of when computer geeks created the first amazing video games, but needed to hire dead-heads and artists to make them fun.

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    • @Rhemis I feel your pain. I am ALWAYS getting negative numbers for logical comments. You and I are regulars here and I dont think I have really ever seen a dumb comment from you posted on Liveleak. How could ANYONE give you a negative??? Im an NCO in the US Air Force, so Im hated right off...LOL.

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  • FAKE!
    The wrench he takes in and has scanned is different to the wrench they pull out of the powder.

    Compare the jaw-screws and the rings at the end of the tool. Totally different.

    Why would they bother making this vid?

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  • Not so mind blowing - when it copies "moving parts" it doesn't create a copy WITH moving parts. What the video doesn't show, and the company that produced it admitted, is after scanning they edit the geometry to deal with connection points and motion with a computer, then print the 3D mold. This method is common for molding parts, copying 3D shapes, and prototyping. Prototyping means, i.e., scanning a car and producing a plastic mold with wheels that spin, doors that open/close, etc More..

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  • This is kinda old technology now,
    You can get a highly toned down version in your house,
    for 2 grand. Google the makerbot replicator, which uses plastic filament.

    The 'dust to solid' (like in video) DIY units should be here in less than a year, It's not hard to make at all. Mechanically, everything is the same as the toned-down replicators, Just need to find good powder and good binders.

    Get your geek on. The process is simple.

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  • i want one

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  • Nice.
    Can't wait to e mail fartz.

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  • Didn't doctors install a "printed Jawbone" in some person last week?
    They were eating and talking the next day, outa hospital in 4 days.

    This clip is old as .

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  • Great for long space flights.. logistics where something breaks, just pop on the machine (unless that's what breaks) and get a spare part

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  • I wonder if the replicator could replicate itself.

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  • Until we have one that works on the molecular level. Its still meh technology to me.

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  • The wrnech was not produced from the scan but from a CAD model.

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  • That is pretty damned cool.

    Even better are the sintered metal versions that can make aircraft turbine blades.

    Hmmnn! Could you print an entire pistol including barrel? Almost certainly!

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  • "Or do we?..." No. The answer is no, we do not.

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  • CNC machine for plastic.

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  • Gonna be some pretty awesome copyright and patent infringement lawsuits coming soon- imagine them railing against illegal downloads of scanned "shapes" to be printed on these printers like they presently do with music!

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  • people-lite are next

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  • now do it with 2 dirrerent materials

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  • How many times has this been re'posted, now comon guy's think of something new.

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  • What part of ZERO GRAVITY did these guys forget. It takes gravity to hold the powder down in the tray. Im not making this up!!

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  • Best Video Of the Century!

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  • I wonder if they tried it on a vagina yet.

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