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South African Man 3D Prints a Working Lawn Mower
South African Man 3D Prints a Working Lawn Mower With His Super Fast 3D Printer in Just 9 Hours
It never ceases to amaze me what types of new innovations come about due to 3D printing technology. 2014 was a year that provided the world with many tremendous examples of how this technology will play a major role in the future. Whether it is 3D bioprinting human organs, large scale 3D printer of entire buildings, or microscopic 3D printing, this technology will only continue to surprise us as more and more innovators use it in their creations and inventions.
Back in April, we covered a story about a South African man named Hans Fouche, who had developed a garage-sized 3D printer capable of printing very large objects at speeds which were leaps and bounds ahead of other 3D printers on the market today.
We need more scientists and mathematicians
Matriculants who receive suitable results in mathematics and science should pursue tertiary studies in these areas, urged Deputy Science and Technology Minister Zanele KaMagwaza-Msibi on Sunday.
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South Africa’s nanosatellite
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National assessment results 'shocking'