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3Doodler PRO is the most advanced 3D pen on the market

by: John DyeSeptember 1, 2016
3Doodler Pro is a revamped version of the 3D printing pen with new features that give you more control than ever over your 3D creations.
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Caltech sensor could turn your phone into a 3D scanner

by: Rob TriggsApril 6, 2015
Caltech researchers are working on a tiny 3D scanner nanophotonic coherent imager (NCI) chip that could end up being embedded into a variety of smart products.
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Normal’s 3D-printed custom headphones ensure a perfect fit

by: J. Angelo RacomaJuly 8, 2014

Music is a very personal thing — from your choice of genres, artists and even equipment. Cost permitting, one would usually want the best audio equipment possible. Not everyone is an audiophile, however, and some would settle for just the stock earphones or headphones that come with their music player or smartphone. But for those who are more discerning, a good quality pair of earphones is necessary for quality listening while on the go.

Most earphones and headphones are mass-produced, however. Some would come with a variety of rubber plugs or foams, which can come in different sizes to at least approximate a good fit. But a new product by a startup called Normal [...]

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DIY Google Glass: 3D-printed pair now possible thanks to free design blueprints

by: David GonzalesMay 14, 2013
A guy in China named Sunny Gao has managed to design his very own version of the highly-awaited wearable gadget from Google, and the best part is that he’s giving away the design for the glasses for free.
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OUYA console allows 3D printing of case, thanks to Makerbot partnership

by: Bogdan BeleMarch 28, 2013
Thanks to a partnership with Makerbot, you can now 3D print your own OUYA console case. If you own a 3D printer, that is.
 
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Is 3D printing the future of mobile accessories?

by: Nate SwannerFebruary 12, 2013
Is 3D printing the wave of our mobile accessory future? It very well could be.
 
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Wireless charging Orb for Nexus 4 is a no show. Why don’t you 3D print one yourself? (sort of)

by: Bogdan PetrovanJanuary 28, 2013
If you’re tired of waiting for the Orb wireless charger, perhaps a 3D-printed substitute will do?
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