3D Printing News Roundup

First, a quick reminder: The Brooklyn Futurists Meetup is hosting an event next Monday at Brooklyn Law School on The Future of 3D Manufacturing. You should try to come. All the cool kids will be there.

In other news…

  • NASA is working on a rocket with 3D-printed components [Mashable]
  • Makerbot announced their new Digitizer, a 3D scanner at SXSW [Mashable]
  • TechCrunch ran a profile on startup “MakeXYZ“, a service that helps you find idle 3D printers nearby [TechCrunch]
  • NYT ran a piece about 4D printing (spoiler: it’s one ‘D’ higher) [NY Times]
  • Here’s possibly the world’s first 3D-printed car [TechCrunch]
  • The FDA approved use of a 3D-printed skull for an implant [Mashable]
  • Getting back to space for a minute, DIYROCKETS has issues a design challenge to create 3D-printed rocket engine. Registration is open through April 6. [GigaOM]
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