Chinese scientists develop 3D-printed toilets that don’t get skid marks
Chinese scientists have developed a toilet using 3D-printing technology that prevents feces from leaving skid marks on the bowl.
Chinese scientists develop ink that heals wounds via 3D-printing pen
A group of Chinese scientists have developed an ink that accelerates the healing of wounds.
How it works: The ink can be “painted” onto a cu...
Japanese Robot 3D-Prints Edible 8-Bit Sushi
A Japanese startup recently unveiled a robot that can 3D-print delicious-looking sushi out of an edible type of gel.
The 3D-printing prowess...
Bird Damages its Beak After Losing a Fight, Gets a Badass 3D-Printed Beak
A bird in China got a 3D-printed beak as a replacement for the original that had been damaged in a fight.
Lili, a red-crowned crane, broke h...
Send Your Mom a $30,000 3D Printed Replica of Yourself For Mother’s Day
Finding mom the perfect gift for Mother’s Day can be a challenge. Besides, all she wants is to spend time with her children.
Thanks to Grou...