Is the mysterious company, NatNet, about to surprise us all, already on the verge of unveiling a molecular printer?
Most 3D printers are limited to 3-axis motion, but with 6-axis printing objects are more than layers.
Microsoft researchers have developed a technology called InfraStructs that encodes 3D prints with hidden information.
MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms is always on the cutting edge, and the new 3D printing building approach is no different.
The Register is collaborating with Southampton University and 3T RPD to launch the first 3D printed spaceplane.