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Zortrax launches a new high-speed, high-resolution printer, the Inkspire – TechCrunch

Zortrax launches a new high-speed, high-resolution printer, the Inkspire – TechCrunch Zortrax has launched a new printer, the Inkspire, that prints using an LCD to create objects in high-quality resin in minutes. The printer – essentially an upgrade to traditional stereolithography (SLA) printers – uses a single frame of light …

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3DHubs, once a community 3D printing service, is now sourcing all 3D prints internally – TechCrunch

3DHubs, once a community 3D printing service, is now sourcing all 3D prints internally – TechCrunch 3D Hubs, like MakeXYZ, was a community-based 3D printing service that let anyone with a printer sell their prints online. Founded in the heyday of the 3D printing revolution, the service let thousands of …

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Udaan, the e-commerce startup led by three former Flipkart executives, raises $225M – TechCrunch

Udaan, the e-commerce startup led by three former Flipkart executives, raises $225M – TechCrunch Looks like Sujeet Kumar, Amod Malviya and Vaibhav Gupta’s decision to jump ship from Flipkart to focus on their own venture is paying off. The trio announced this morning that their B2B e-commerce startup Udaan had …

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Scientists make a prototype touch tablet that rolls and scrolls – TechCrunch

Scientists make a prototype touch tablet that rolls and scrolls – TechCrunch Research scientists at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have built a prototype touchscreen device that’s neither smartphone nor tablet but kind of both — and more besides. The device, which they’ve christened the MagicScroll, is inspired by ancient …

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New material design stores energy like an eagle – TechCrunch

New material design stores energy like an eagle – TechCrunch Auxetics are materials that store energy internally rather than bulging out. In this way they can store more energy when squeezed or struck and disperse it more regularly. Historically, however, these materials have had sharp corners that could break easily …

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Trigger Warning: Why the 3D-Printed Gun Debate Matters to Crypto

Trigger Warning: Why the 3D-Printed Gun Debate Matters to Crypto Marc Hochstein is the managing editor of CoinDesk. The views expressed here are his own, so please don’t blame his colleagues. The following article originally appeared in CoinDesk Weekly, a custom-curated newsletter delivered every Sunday exclusively to our subscribers. While it …

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