Rapid Liquid Printing, a new process developed by M.I.T.’s Self Assembly Lab and Steelcase, is a new process which uses gel to suspend the material being printed. There are no limits on size and the process is touted as being considerably faster than existing 3D printing methods.
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Hairygael has put together an amazing project. He 3D printed an entire robot hand and forearm and used hobby servo motors and an Arduino board to drive it. As you can see in the picture above, the hand looks amazing and if you watch the video below, you will see it moves very smoothly and […]