It’s really happening.
3D printed instrument pioneer Olaf Diegel has just finished work on the gorgeous Heavy Metal guitar, the world’s first 3D printed aluminum guitar.
A study carried out at Johns Hopkins University has shown that pulverized bone can be combined with polycaprolactone to create viable 3D printed cell scaffolds for bone replacement procedures. Mixtures with more bone powder encouraged bone formation better, but those with more PCL were stronger.
The company hopes access to the five-qubit chip will help people learn to “think quantum”