Top 10 Countdown: Most Popular 3D Printing Stories in August 2013

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Here are the top 10 most popular stories On 3D Printing brought you in August 2013.

10. 3D Printing LIVE Tradeshow Announced for Santa Clara in November

IDTechEx has announced its inaugural event 3D Printing LIVE which will take place in Santa Clara, CA on November 20-21 2013.

9. MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner Goes On Sale for $1400, Video from Bre

MakerBot, the desktop 3D printer startup acquired by Stratasys, has launched MakerBot Digitizer, a desktop 3D scanner.

8. MIT Students Use 3D Printing to Duplicate Secure Schlage Keys

Two students at MIT have demonstrated how 3D printing can be used to duplicate some of the most secure keys in the industry.

7. 3D Printing On Demand – The UPS Store Launches Nationwide Test

The UPS Store announced it is the first nationwide retailer to test 3D printing services in-store.

6. 3D Printing Brings Classic Patents Back to Life

Mr. Galese has a very creative approach for sourcing his 3D printing designs; he finds them in detailed drawings from expired patents from the U.S. PTO.

5. 3D Scanning for 3D Printing: How Kickstarter is Changing the Game

Two 3D scanner concepts were launched on Kickstarter, looking to raise crowdfunding. 3D scanning technology is a must h

4. Top 9 Medical Applications for 3D Printing – Epic List

Here is a completely mind-blowing list of the top 9 ways 3D printing has already changed all the branches of the medicine and what to expect in the future.

3. World’s First Crowdsourced 3D Printed Sculpture to Debut in Calgary

PrintToPeer has partnered with artist Jeff de Boer to create “Linked,” the world’s first crowdsourced 3D printed sculpture.

2. College Kids Design Desktop 3D Printer to Be Crowdfunded and Sold For Under $500

Deltaprintr is a new desktop 3D printer concept that is targeting a retail price of under $500, and created by a team of college students.

1. MakerBot Announces Availability of Desktop 3D Scanner MakerBot Digitizer

3D printer company MakerBot, recently acquired by Stratasys for $403 million, has announced it will start selling its Digitizer desktop 3D scanner.


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