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Stanford Bunny - Voronoi Style by pauloblank - Thingiverse

Stanford Bunny - Voronoi Style by pauloblank - Thingiverse

Home Page of Kei Iwasaki

Home Page of Kei Iwasaki

Scientists in Japan recently used a promising new 3D printing material to create objects so small that they are the size as a single bacteria. The researchers were able print shapes that are measured in mere micrometers, including the world’s tiniest rabbit. While the demonstration may be playful, the application certainly isn’t – this new technology may someday be used to print cells and micro-electrodes for medical purposes.

Scientists Create World's Tiniest Bunny Using New 3D Shaping Material

Scientists in Japan recently used a promising new 3D printing material to create objects so small that they are the size as a single bacteria. The researchers were able print shapes that are measured in mere micrometers, including the world’s tiniest rabbit. While the demonstration may be playful, the application certainly isn’t – this new technology may someday be used to print cells and micro-electrodes for medical purposes.

Image appears in "Animating Fracture" James F. O'Brien and Jessica K. Hodgins Communications of the ACM Vol. 43, No. 7, July 2000

Image appears in "Animating Fracture" James F. O'Brien and Jessica K. Hodgins Communications of the ACM Vol. 43, No. 7, July 2000

Lopuksi ompelin kankaan koteloksi. Valmis!

Lopuksi ompelin kankaan koteloksi. Valmis!

www.buildbytes.com | Formation of 3d carbon microstructures via microfabrication | 3D Printing & 3D Scanning services in Greece

www.buildbytes.com | Formation of 3d carbon microstructures via microfabrication | 3D Printing & 3D Scanning services in Greece

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