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Janey Davies

Janey Davies

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Janey Davies is a UK-based writer and has a particular passion for new and exciting tech innovations such as 3D printing. She is also the head contributor at Shoppersbase.com, where she gives consumers unbiased information regarding the latest shopping trends. She has also published on many other consumer led sites.

Latest from Janey Davies

Nov 13,2014
Meet the ChefJet 3D printer: The world’s first ‘kitchen-ready’ 3D food printer
We’ve written about several 3D food printers on Inside3DP recently, mainly focusing on novelty printed food or commercial devices. But now one South C...
European Space Agency builds lunar base with 3D printer and moon dust
It sounds like a premise for a Sci-Fi novel, an unmanned shuttle is sent to the moon, containing a robot-controlled 3D printer that sucks up moon dust...
3D printing company brings evidence to life in criminal trials
The courtroom is traditionally a place steeped in history, and governed by laws that were passed many centuries ago. But one Florida-based company wan...
Nov 10,2014
3D printing company hopes to use recycled plastic to make us greener
Turning plastic waste it into material for 3D printers may seem obvious, but in reality how easy will it be to convert discarded plastics into plastic...
New bullets could make 3D printed guns a dangerous reality
Guns were one of the very first things to be printed using 3D technology, but these models have all had one drawback – that plastic wasn’t the best su...
Nov 5,2014
Pirate3D turns to 3D printing technology to recreate memories for the blind
In a world where vision is key, and one that is becoming increasingly more so with the introduction of touchscreens, people with impaired sight can of...
HP to launch 3D printer ten times faster than current models
It’s a bold claim for a company facing an uncertain future, but HP made the boast nonetheless. The company revealed a 3D multi-jet fusion printe...
Cornell University researchers use 3D printing to explore how spiders see
Researchers at Cornell University are using 3D printing technology to study how a certain group of spiders see. Most spiders have relatively poor visi...
Sketchfab offers 3D printing artifact service from the British Museum
If you’ve ever visited a museum and have fallen in love with a historical piece only to realize you could never own it, you’re in luck. The Brit...
Oct 31,2014
Advances in medical 3D printing: Bristol engineer creates low-cost 3D printed bionic hand
A Reading man born without a right hand told reporters that his new 3D printed hand ‘fitted like a glove’ last week. 23 year-old Daniel Me...