Impact Lab


Subscribe Now to Our Free Email Newsletter

» Currently browsing: 3D Printer


3D bioprinting breakthrough leads to full-scale, functioning heart parts

August 20th, 2019 at 9:51 am » Comments Off

A 3D-printed heart valve produced by Carnegie Mellon University researchers While in its early stages, bioprinting of human tissue is an emerging technology that is opening up some exciting possibilities, including the potential to one day 3D print entire human organs. This scientific objective has now grown a little bit closer, with researchers at Carnegie […]



3D printer builds 500-square-foot home in under 12 hours

August 10th, 2019 at 1:16 am » Comments Off

S-Squared 3D Printer’s Autonomous Robotic Construction System, (ARCS) ARCS is a patent pending technology that allows multiple machines to work together to create a home with little or no human assistance. Delays in building projects are a thing of the past now that building a 3D printed home is possible in hours — not days […]



A BFF in Space! Bioprinter Will 3D-Print Human Tissue on the Space Station

July 18th, 2019 at 7:46 am » Comments Off

A new 3D printer will launch to the space station in July with the goal of manufacturing human tissue in space.A new 3D printer will launch to the space station in July with the goal of manufacturing human tissue in space.(Image: © Techshot Inc.)  The futuristic gizmo will launch this month.



Baldness breakthrough uses 3D-printed “hair farms” to grow new hair follicles

July 11th, 2019 at 11:50 am » Comments Off

The 3D-printed structure can for the first time grow human hair follicles entirely in a laboratory dish An exciting breakthrough from Columbia University researchers demonstrates a new way to grow human hair follicles using 3D printed molds. This is the first time human hair follicle cells have been grown completely in lab conditions, opening up […]



Relativity is building a 3D-printing rocket manufacturing hub in Mississippi

June 26th, 2019 at 10:43 pm » Comments Off

The future of rocket manufacturing has touched down in Mississippi. At NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center, nestled in Hancock County, Miss., right on the border of Louisiana, the Los Angeles-based 3D-printed spacecraft manufacturer, Relativity Space, is planning a massive $59 million expansion to make a permanent manufacturing hub in this bucolic corner of the […]



100,000 new micro industries coming by 2040