Print it yourself. . . Rocket engines may be the limit for users of some 3D printers, but Nasa is trying to go beyond that. It has been testing rocket engine components created using a 3D printer. They made rocket fuel syringes by laser melting nickel. Chromium enables the powder to produce a complex design with 28 elements for guiding and mixing fuel. There are about 115 different parts of the syringe of this size, while there are only two 3D printed syringes, which means it needs less assembly. 3D- Finally A printed gun on display at the V & A Museum! A 3D mini- I put the 3D printer on the mantel to work Copy Maplin sold the first 3D printer in a revolution Stephen Hawking: Let\'s not let the animals suffer, man? 3D printing can be re- Shaping the World Reading: The future of tabulation: buying online, which helps save costs, but also improves the tempting prospect of printing replacement parts on track and even the entire space rocket. Nasa has also been working on a low-gravity 3D printer that will be sent to the International Space Station in June 2014. When Cody Wilson released a video of his first full 3D print gun, it caused widespread curiosity and anxiety. The idea that hundreds of ordinary citizens were able to download blueprints and print out plastic weapons capable of firing real bullets at will frightened gun control experts. The 3D print gun, known as the Liberator blueprint, was downloaded at least 100,000 before the US government ordered it to be distributed to the sports group Defense Department to remove them. As Mr Wilson was unable to obtain an export permit for the original, two prototypes of this weapon were printed in London and have been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert museums. While it looks more like a toy, the weapon can be deadly and almost impossible to track. Others have also tried making weapons such as knives and arrows using 3D printing technology. Print it yourself. . . Have your own robotic aircraft to monitor the traffic ahead or your neighbors, this is the illusion of driverless? Then create your own drone using a 3D printer. In the existing design, there is a quadcopter that lifts it up into the air using four propellers. 3D printing prototype of four-rotor aircraft (CREDIT: swepet) Engineering students at the University of Virginia built a drone with six drones. Wingspan 5 feet When the landing gear breaks during testing, they are able to print out a spare part and repair it. The only obstacle may be to get permission from the authorities to drive your newly printed drone. The University of Virginia team showed the frame of their 3D printed aircraft. ( Credit: University of Virginia) Print it yourself. . . Are SLR cameras tired of the limitations of standard disposable cameras? Maybe you should print it yourself. Enthusiasts have produced OpenReflex-a SLR film camera with a mirror viewfinder and a fixed 1/60 s exposure. Leo Marius, a French design student, spent 15 hours printing the whole thing in plastic. Although it needs some non- Printable parts, such as the mirror itself, can be customized with a lens holder to capture any lens that may be in the kit. Further, a professional photographer also printed his own lens. It replaces the glass with polished acrylic, something many disposable cameras have already done. Although the image it makes is not as clear as the normal lens, as a first attempt, it provides some insight into the potential of this technology. Example of a photo taken with a 3D print lens ( Credit: suzuki11) Print it yourself. . . Sound instruments produced by musical instruments are usually a subtle combination of the material that makes sound and their shape. With some of the richest sounds coming from wooden instruments, it seems a bit surprising to see people trying to print them. But MIT researchers have made a flute that takes 15 hours to print and sounds very close to what is real. 3D printed flute from Amit Zoran on Vimeo. Others made new designs for the guitar, and a group of engineers printed copies of the Stradivarius violin. EOS International did a 3D scan of Stradivarius before printing a copy using a laser-based printing system. The result left a deep impression on people. Perhaps the most exciting potential is an instrument from the depths of imagination. Researchers at MIT\'s Media Lab are looking at new designs that are not possible using traditional technologies, suchpipe trumpets. A multi-concept designpipe trumpet (CREDIT: MIT) Print it yourself. . . The unborn child Japan company Fasotec has developed a technology to scan the fetus using magnetic resonance imaging and print images. The result is a white plastic 3D printed paperweight surrounded by a transparent \"uterus. It\'s a bit weird, but it\'s definitely better than showing a rough ultrasound picture. The company can also produce 3D models of an unborn baby\'s face. A parent who is more competitive? Print it yourself. . . The new facial doctor printed a new facial prosthetic mold for restaurant manager Eric Mog, whose face was surgically removed from an aggressive tumor. They also use 3D milling to create titanium frames that hold it in place. Eric Moger and his fiancé Karen Hunger ( Credit: Jeff pug) The dental surgeon behind the artificial limb, Andrew Darwood, is now working on new technologies to use the silicon print mask itself. This technique can also be used to print fake masks, just like the movie in films in disc. Print it yourself. . . NASA recently announced funding for a project to make food in space using 3D printers. The concept was developed by the systems and materials research company in NASA\'s $125,000 grant to combine powder with the smell, texture and taste of traditional dishes to produce food. Students at New York University have also designed a printer that should produce fillings for burritos, but it has not yet been seen to work. Print it yourself. . . Birdhouses no longer need to fill the country\'s gardens with small wooden shelters created by high school students in a semester of technical design courses. Instead, complex design featuring awning, neo After a few hours, you can print out the classic pillars, corridors, and even copy the world-famous buildings such as the Taj Mahal. 3D printed aviary designed by durk Durwood II ( SOURCE: American Craftsman/Thingiverse) This can be bad news for tech teachers, but for parents and grandparents who get unbalanced creations from their classes, it can be a blessing. For those who like some fancy garden furniture, there are also some designs for garden elves. Amsterdam-based DUS architects are also trying to build the world\'s first completesized 3D- Print House on Citie canal.