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Imagine 3D Printing Your Own Aston Martin DB4, One Man Is Doing Just That

New Zealander Ivan Sentch is building a replica of the 1961 Aston Martin DB4 using a $500 3D printer. Using Autodesk 3ds Max modeling software, Sentch is printing the car in 4 x 4 sections, mounting each piece on a wooden frame and gluing them into place.
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Skyscrapers Streching To More Than One Mile Tall
When Engineers Dream Big Things Happen
Can Buildings Withstand Level 5 Tornadoes?

Laser Melting Creating Super Strong Materials From Dust

With the world set to build skyscrapers twice as tall as current structures and plans for near and far space exploration, analysis shows new materials with the requisite characteristics need to be discovered or invented. For new skyscrapers concrete and steel will no longer do and materials making up heavy lift rockets need greater strength and durability.
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Simplifying Complex Product Configurations With Online Selectors
World’s Smallest Memory Bit Stores Data Using Just 12 Atoms
Residential Construction At Highest Level In Four Years
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