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Today’s buyers demand mass customization, local production and sustainable materials, all of which 3D printing can provide. Now let us look at 3D printing in the education system. It lets us solve more problems physically than just mentally. Revolutionizing the way of learning. Incorporating the imaginative ideas into reality. Let’s us not just think of

Makers movement with 3D Printing

An important current trend is the Makers Movement. When applied to healthcare, patients can hack their illnesses with simple modifications and brainstorming. Patients are making a difference by driving solutions in their own care, on an individual case-by-case basis. A cornerstone of the Makers Movement is 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, one of the

3D printing in Africa,3D printing at home.

Why idealize when we can materialize, having all at our finger tips. Imagining and creating beyond our expectation, not having to depend and wait for everything to be made for us. Making the dormant ideas become activated and switched to reality. All great things started small, with a push of looking for ways to make

Kuunda 3D takes 3D printing to the village

Last fall, a team from Kuunda 3D Tanzania took the Ultimaker 2 Go 3D printer on an adventure-filled trip to rural Tanzania. The goals of the November 2016 trip were to: test the ability of a 3D printer to operate in rural conditions with intermittent electricity, dust, and no computers gauge the feasibility of teaching and demoing 3D

The Trifecta

Using new technologies and innovation is not usually about fixing what is directly broken in the old system but rather creating a new system to replace it. The Trifecta of internet (tablets), 3D printers, and drones can radically alter supply chains for many products and goods. This can apply to the medical industry, but also