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Flying drone can ‘3D print’ with foam, help carry away hazardous objects

13
May
2014

Flying drones with 3D printers attached to their body: it was only a matter of time until the two technologies met. Such a thing now exists, although were not quite sure its earned its printing qualification yet. Developed by a team at the Imperial College London, the 3D printing Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV) is a quad-copter that carries two chemicals that create polyurethane foam when mixed.

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