A Real Water 3D Printer?

Is it possible to 3D print water? While sounding entirely ridiculous, it may be possible to do so.


Waterproofing Your 3D Prints

I saw a post somewhere about someone 3D printing a waterproof container and had some thoughts. 


Prusa Enables Soluble Support

Prusa Research took an expected, but nevertheless interesting step forward this month by announcing a feature usually found on professional machines. 

American Standard Now 3D Prints Faucets

You never know where to expect the next 3D printed innovation, but this time it’s the kitchen and bathroom, where American Standard now provides a line of 3D printed faucets. 

WOOF’s 3D Printed Boat

The University of Washington’s WOOF group (Washington Open Object Fabricators) did something we haven’t seen yet: they produced a 3D printed boat that didn’t sink.

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