Shown off at the recent CES 2015, the CocoJet 3D Printer is a reality. It is a collaboration between Hershey and 3D Systems. It is a printer that prints chocolate shapes. Soon we might even be able to print our own Cadbury Eggs.
Up until now, the vast majority of 3D printers on the market have been designed to produce plastic models, and if there’s functionality, it’s pretty primitive – like rotating gears. But Voxel8 aims to change that, with their upcoming 3D printer that can not only print plastic, but also circuitry.
Using highly conductive ink, the printer with work with Autodesk developed software called Project Wire to allow for design of both the object and its circuitry in a single application.
Specifications for the Voxel8 printer are as follows:
Build Envelope: 10 x15 x 10cm
Printing Technology: FFF, Pneumatic Direct Write
Layer Resolution: 200 microns
Filament Compatibility: 1.75mm
If you’re one of those folks who can never get enough desktop space on your computer screen, you’re going to want to check out this new display from Philips. The Brilliance Curved UltraWide LCD screen (model BDM3490UC) measures in at a substantial 34″ diagonally, and offers a 3440×1440 resolution at 60Hz.
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