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Originally posted by alfa1
Originally posted by Trueman
Why members keep posting?
Why mods are not closing this thread?
What's this mess?
Because its more content on the ATS site.
Its more activity, more views of advertisements.
There is no penalty for creating duplicate threads.
Try it yourself. Go create a new thread, citing this exact same youtube video with "OMG go look at this amazing video!!"
You wont be banned, warned or penalised in any way at all.
Conversely, anyone who tells you another thread already exists *will* be in danger of being banned.
The researchers, from Philadelphia's Drexel University, are using 3D printing to create dino-bones and then attaching artificial muscles and tendons to create dinosaur robots.
Because universities and museums generally frown on folks who want to experiment on actual fossilised bones, Lacovara used the printed bones to test out theories of how dinosaurs moved and stood and did the wild thing and other things boffins like to know.
Originally posted by Dustytoad
I was thinking about a mother cube (like a motherboard, but one more dimension) but I think there would be massive heat issues...
Originally posted by gunaire
I bet the Chinese are drooling. Think of what this could do for mass production.
Originally posted by pshea38
On Topic: Fantastic technology. Imagine what is hidden!
I am still back in the 90's with my 1D printer, It will probably be a while before I can
afford a 2D equivalent, and by the time I look at purchasing a 3D version, they will
probably have moved on to a 7D printer, or something.
I am forever destined to be behind the times (and dimensions), I guess.