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Lasers and nanoparticles combine to allow metalic 3D printing in midair

Lasers and nanoparticles combine to allow metalic 3D printing in midair For one, almost all 3D printers use plastic as the medium, and that plastic needs to be supported during the printing process.An experimental printer developed by Harvard’s Wyss Institute and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) uses nanoparticles and lasers to make metallic 3D printing feasible in midair.

Google WiFi mesh networking crushes the competition in new test

Google WiFi mesh networking crushes the competition in new test As you move around the house, Google WiFi and similar mesh routers can shift your connection to different nodes to keep your speeds as high as possible.They tested Google WiFi, Eero, and Luma in the same environment.

Protect Your Things With These Discounted Belkin Surge Protectors, Today Only

Protect Your Things With These Discounted Belkin Surge Protectors, Today Only Nobody ever has enough power outlets, so why not stock up before you need one with Amazon’s one-day sale on Belkin surge protectors?6- and 12-outlet strips are perfect for behind your TV or couch, and there’s also a dual-outlet travel surge protector that doubles as a 30,000 mAh battery.

Feed Your Tinkering Impulses With This $30 Arduino Starter Kit

Feed Your Tinkering Impulses With This $30 Arduino Starter Kit Lifehacker has posted more Arduino projects than Trump has tweets, and Amazon’s selling starter kits for $30 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.This beginner-friendly set includes 44 components to get you started, including cool stuff like vibration and temperature sensors, a small screen, and a PDF to get you started with the basics.

Scientists finally make 'triangulene,' which is good, we think

Scientists finally make 'triangulene,' which is good, we think On paper, triangulene is made of six benzene rings, put together edge-on to make a flat triangular flake of a molecule that has a seemingly innocuous set of unpaired electrons.The icing on the proverbial cake is that the scientists who made triangulene have no idea how to handle it nor what to do with it.