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  1. Pancake Printer Is About To Revolutionize Breakfast, Brinner and Brunch

    Burn your spatulas in effigy! This is the dawn of a new day!

    Parents, weep no more over your bungled attempts at Mickey Mouse pancakes! PancakeBot is back and batter better than ever.

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  2. Your Speedo Is Not Hydrodynamic Enough, Wear 3D Printed Shark Skin Instead

    "3D-printed synthetic skin-nado" just doesn't have the same ring to it.

    Sharks can swim incredibly fast due to "denticles" on their skin, which are microscopic scales that cover their entire body. As puny humans, we are inherently jealous of sharks and covet their underwater skills. So a group of researchers got together to make their own version of denticles, just to stick it to sharks. Those stupid, majestic sharks.

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  3. The Lix 3D Pen Is a Small Stylish Way to Draw in Three Dimensions

    What would you draw in 3D?

    In their above video, Lix creators Ismail Baran, Anton Suvorov, and Delphine Eloïse Wood say that the problem with other 3D pens is they're too bulky and frankly unattractive. The Lix hopes to change that with a small, beautiful aluminum body that looks to be just a little larger than most traditional pens.

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  4. Entire Village Constructed In One Day Using Giant 3D Printer

    To be clear, a human sized village. Not one for ants.

    The latest development in 3d printing? Providing shelter for the homeless or refugees displaced by natural disasters or war. A small ten-residence community of cost effective homes recently sprung up in Shanghai, and thanks to 3D printing, constructing the village only took a day.

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  5. You Can Print a Prosthetic Hand for $50 That’s Better Than One That Costs $42,000

    For when you want to feel less like A MONSTEEEEEER!

    Being born without a left hand really sucks. Jose Delgado Jr, however, is pretty used to it at this stage in his life, and has decent enough insurance that he didn't need to pay the full $42,000 sticker price for his prosthetic device. But as it turns out, he actually prefers a much cheaper prosthesis that you can make yourself with very minimal effort.

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  6. We Could Watch This 3D Printed Stop Motion Bear All Day And We Will

    And you can't stop us!

    A lot of people are worried that CGI will replace stop motion animation because it's less time-consuming and ultimately less expensive. If this little guy is any indication, however, then stop motion will never go away, because there will always be someone willing to put in a ridiculous amount of effort to make it happen.

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  7. 3D Printed Nylon, Brass, and Steel Press on Nails Perfect for Clawing Out The Still Beating Hearts of Your Enemies

    The Future Is Now!

    The Laser Girls over at Shapeways are putting 3D printing technology to some impressive uses, and that's coming from somebody who can't type once her nails get to be a milimeter longer than the tips of her fingers.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Wow, I Didn’t Know There Are No Female Characters In Adventure Time!

    Things We Saw Today

    ...at least that's what you'd think if you looked at McDonalds' line of Adventure Time Happy Meal toys, which has only male characters and is marketed "for boys," while the Paul Frank monkeys are "for girls." Princess Bubblegum, Marceline, Lumpy Space Princess, etc. must have been figments of my imagination this whole time. (Serious Eats)

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  9. Barilla Is Making 3D-Printed Pasta, Because Apparently They Think That’s Cooler Than Not Being Homophobic

    "Just don't give any to your gay friends!" - Barilla, probably. [citation needed]

    Remember Barilla? You know, the pasta company that refuses to use same-sex couples in their advertising and said that "gays can eat another brand of pasta?" Well, the very same people have decided that it would be a brilliant PR move to deflect from their homophobia by starting to make 3D-printed pasta. Foolproof!

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  10. Get Your Face, Possibly the Face of Tom Hiddleston, Printed in Chocolate

    This is just like magic!

    For between $80-$130 3D printing company Choc Edge will create a miniature sculpture of a face out of milk, dark, or white chocolate. Now the intention is that one orders sculptures of one’s own face, but seeing as they work off a photograph I see no reason why you couldn’t send in the face of your favorite celebrity instead. I’m not creepy. You’re creepy. (via: Fashionably Geek) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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