Steam-Powered 3D Printed ‘Pop Pop Boat’ Fueled By A Candle

July 22, 2015

By Eddie Krassenstein Via 3DPrint

Creativity is what drives innovation, and innovation has been driven quite far lately thanks to 3D printing technology. Whether it is a group of high school students, researchers at an Ivy League school, engineers at Ford Motor Company, or just a hobbyist at home, 3D printing is bringing ideas to life in ways that previously were not possible.

One company that has been a motivating force in this drive for innovation is MakerBot. They are always thinking of ways to bring the creative side out of people, and a recent challenge called Make It Float asked designers to come up with ideas for a boat or other floating object, and then print it out and show how well it performs in the water.

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