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In Israel, the details for the UAV will be printed on a 3D printer

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The Israeli Air Force bought the US for a few thousand dollars. 3D printer and successfully tested it at its base Tel Nof, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta with reference to the Ynet resource.

In Israel, the details for the UAV will be printed on a 3D printer


“So far, only plastic parts of aircraft have been printed, but in the future it will be possible to produce anything on the 3D printer: generators, engine parts and entire engines,” said the officer who participated in the tests.

According to the resource source, “the economic effect of using a 3D printer for the production of UAV parts is obvious and will come very soon,” since “there was no need to order and store hundreds of types of spare parts.”

“Now, any failed unit of the aircraft can be printed out within a few hours,” he added.

According to the publication, the first, printed on the 3D printer, the UAV took off in 2011. It was made by scientists from the British University of Southampton. The device stayed in the air for 10 minutes. A total of £ 5 thousand was spent on its “printout”.

In the Russian Federation, the production of domestic 3D printers is scheduled to begin at the end of 2015. This is the responsibility of the Russian company Mako Technology.
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  1. Engineer
    Engineer 31 July 2015 13: 10
    0
    Israel has finally discovered America. We are already printing parts for rocket engines.
    1. activator
      activator 31 July 2015 13: 25
      +7
      Quote: Engineer
      Israel has finally discovered America. We are already printing parts for rocket engines.

      And enlighten what they print on whose printers? Honestly surprised.
      1. activator
        activator 31 July 2015 13: 57
        +6
        Since I didn’t receive the board, I rummaged myself and found this. [Quote] A + / A-
        In Samara, for the first time printed aircraft engine parts on a 3D printer
        Parts for a small-sized gas turbine engine were made on a 3D printer at the Samara State Aerospace University, the university’s press service said.

        "The combustion chamber and turbine" grown "on the printer were sent to bench tests to determine the operational characteristics of the products," the press service said. According to its representatives, it took about 10 hours to produce each part.

        “The developers took as a basis the scheme and 3D models of parts of a small engine and, using software, set the fusion modes and types of supports. For the manufacture of engine components, metal powder was used, ”the TSSA press service reports.

        The resulting combustion chamber and turbine are not inferior in strength to cast parts, but so far remain worse than stamped parts. The next stage of work on printed samples will be the adjustment, then - bench tests, and then, according to scientists of SSAU, the details can be used in a real engine.

        It is assumed that the first parts printed on a 3D printer will go to the Samara enterprise for the production of aircraft and space engines of Kuznetsov JSC in 2017. True, when establishing their streaming production, specialists will inevitably face the problem of producing printing materials - metal powders, said Vitaly Smelov, head of the laboratory of additive technologies at SSAU. It is possible that the “raw materials” for the 3D printer will be supplied by the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials, whose specialists are currently working on the creation of metal powders from domestic components.

        Since 2011, the SSAU has been developing developments in the field of creating parts and assemblies of aircraft engines using three-dimensional printing. In February 2015, a new installation was commissioned here, which allows you to print the necessary part

        or a knot directly from metal powder. With the help of a powerful laser, it can fuse powders of stainless or tool steel, cobalt-chromium, aluminum, titanium, nickel, the SSAU Bulletin says.

        “Laser sintering technology of metal allows you to create parts of any configuration that cannot be manufactured using traditional methods, such as casting or stamping,” Vitaliy Smelov explained.

        In parallel, developments in the field of 3D printing of parts for the aviation industry are conducted by the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aviation Materials (VIAM). In February, a “swirl” of a “front-end” combustion chamber device was printed there, which fully meets the requirements of design documentation, said Institute Director General Yevgeny Kablov at the Additive Technologies in Russian Industry conference.

        Recall that in October last year, the Russian government provided Oboronprom Corporation with state guarantees in the amount of 3 million 266 thousand rubles for a bond loan to finance the creation of a family of promising engines PD-14 and PD-10.


        http://vz.ru
        29.07.2015
        1. activator
          activator 31 July 2015 14: 02
          +2
          And American scientists achieved particularly outstanding successes; they created a printer for printing ... ice cream is really a breakthrough. Just ask what for? request

          Photo: GLOBAL LOOK press
          Photo: GLOBAL LOOK press
          A group of American students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a 3D printer that can produce ice cream. Such use of XNUMXD printing technology will certainly attract the attention of children, which is what the authors of the project sought.

          3D printers can already print bones, houses, and weapons. Now this list has also been supplemented with food - soon three-dimensional printers will be able to print ice cream.

          MIT students Kyle Hansell, Christina Bunker and David Don-yun Kim have created an apparatus capable of "printing" ice cream of any given shape from a Cuisinart soft ice cream machine and a Solidoodle 3D printer. The modified printer was placed in the refrigerator so that the treat did not melt immediately after printing. Liquid nitrogen was used to freeze the printed ice cream, reports 3ders.org.
          1. IAlex
            IAlex 31 July 2015 15: 00
            0
            And here you are wrong, in the United States there is a lot of money for the fun of the population, so buying a pair of stylish ice cream in your free time hanging down in the street is a holy thing, considering that there are 300.000.000 of them and everyone will buy 2 ice creams for $ 4 a weekend it will be dofiga, more than any engine ...
            1. activator
              activator 31 July 2015 19: 23
              +2
              Quote: IAlex
              And here you are wrong, in the United States there is a lot of money for the fun of the population, so buying a pair of stylish ice cream in your free time hanging down in the street is a holy thing, considering that there are 300.000.000 of them and everyone will buy 2 ice creams for $ 4 a weekend it will be dofiga, more than any engine ...

              It’s just that from the phrase 3D printer that prints ice cream, I get a picture from my childhood cafe ice cream a Soviet milling cutter from whose nozzle ice cream flows yes
        2. NordUral
          NordUral 31 July 2015 16: 27
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          This technology will replace many technological processes, it is still just beginning, the prospects are brilliant. Only now where to put the workers will be a question over time. Although for us this is not a problem in any case - in our open spaces there is everyone’s business.
    2. Vanya Ivanov
      Vanya Ivanov 31 July 2015 15: 34
      0
      I agree with you and put a minus for the article for this - In Russia, the production of domestic 3D-printers is planned to begin at the end of 2015. This is done by the Russian company Mako Technology

      Russia has been manufacturing its 3D printers for a long time, here is a review of http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/?search=3D- printing
      I advise the author to be more professional about his work.
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 31 July 2015 16: 31
        -1
        I will supplement it. This link has a whole selection of links on industrial printers and raw materials.
  2. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 31 July 2015 13: 16
    +1
    Yes, even from chewed paper, no question! Technological breakthrough is also small, however. Someone will "print" things reasonable, kind and eternal, but the proud sons of Zion need airplanes, their problem! recourse
    1. Krasmash
      Krasmash 31 July 2015 17: 05
      0
      Quote: Major Yurik
      and the proud sons of Zion need airplanes

      FSEM airplanes are needed. And the Jews could have begged for free from amers f-35. All Semites have experience in this
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 17: 31
        +5
        Quote: Krasmash
        Quote: Major Yurik
        and the proud sons of Zion need airplanes

        FSEM airplanes are needed. And the Jews could have begged for free from amers f-35. All Semites have experience in this

        Nobody canceled a freebie. wink
        1. Krasmash
          Krasmash 31 July 2015 17: 39
          0
          Quote: Aaron Zawi
          Quote: Krasmash
          Quote: Major Yurik
          and the proud sons of Zion need airplanes

          FSEM airplanes are needed. And the Jews could have begged for free from amers f-35. All Semites have experience in this

          Nobody canceled a freebie. wink

          And then Uncle Sam asks Sarachka to work out expensive gifts feel love bully
          1. padded jacket
            padded jacket 31 July 2015 23: 23
            0
            Quote: Krasmash
            And then Uncle Sam asks Sarachka to work out expensive gifts

            It is unlikely that Sarochka is asked to "work off" the gifts, there seems to be more "Abram" or "Moishe" in honor of how many pederast parades they have passed one after another, one after another smile
            1. padded jacket
              padded jacket 31 July 2015 23: 48
              +1
              It seems that some representative of the LGBT community did not like my comment. Minus set lol
              1. Krasmash
                Krasmash 1 August 2015 02: 25
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                Quote: quilted jacket
                Quote: Krasmash
                And then Uncle Sam asks Sarachka to work out expensive gifts

                It is unlikely that Sarochka is asked to "work off" the gifts, there seems to be more "Abram" or "Moishe" in honor of how many pederast parades they have passed one after another, one after another smile

                And why should they take democrats. But perversions should be supported for the sake of practical friends. In the right countries, all these sufferers with mental deviations beat the underbelly hard, surely and painfully. By the way, Zawi pounded everyone in a row, he could shake the old days and beat these .
  3. avvg
    avvg 31 July 2015 13: 16
    +2
    We always have not enough money. If we do not save money on science, then we will be in front of the entire planet.
    1. Hellraiser
      Hellraiser 31 July 2015 14: 06
      +1
      Quote: avvg
      We always have not enough money. If we do not save money on science, then we will be in front of the entire planet.


      No, money is allocated and considerable, but everything is stolen and cut. what
  4. Yuri from Volgograd
    Yuri from Volgograd 31 July 2015 13: 16
    0
    Every house is like a pentagon!
  5. Bronik
    Bronik 31 July 2015 13: 17
    +3
    In the Russian Federation, the production of domestic 3D printers is scheduled to begin at the end of 2017. This is the responsibility of the Russian company Mako Technology.

    The main thing is that Chubais was not close. Then everything will work out.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 31 July 2015 13: 28
      +1
      The Israeli Air Force bought a 3D printer in the United States for several thousand dollars and successfully tested it at its Tel-Nof base, according to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, citing a resource called Ynet.

      It’s interesting, but recently some local dreamer from Israel claimed that they are leaders in the production of 3D printers and almost inventors of it.
      It seems, as always, "deceived", apparently something from the series about the great Jewish invention - the EPILATOR lol
      Although do more UAVs and drown them in the sea, and then the Lebanese will catch and give them to us smile
      1. Lex.
        Lex. 31 July 2015 14: 42
        +3
        padded jacket -And what from this in Syria showed downed Russian UAV
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  6. Abbra
    Abbra 31 July 2015 13: 28
    +3
    Print in 3D the second Israel, and transfer it to Antarctica ...
    1. Lex.
      Lex. 31 July 2015 15: 59
      +3
      Print in 3D the second Israel, and transfer it to Antarctica ...
      Why are we not bad in the first
    2. Lex.
      Lex. 31 July 2015 15: 59
      +1
      Print in 3D the second Israel, and transfer it to Antarctica ...
      Why are we not bad in the first
      1. Abbra
        Abbra 31 July 2015 16: 41
        +2
        Damn, there will be TWO Israel! Is it really not clear?
        1. Krasmash
          Krasmash 31 July 2015 16: 54
          +2
          Quote: Abbra
          Damn, there will be TWO Israel! Is it really not clear?

          There are already a lot of them: Berdichev, Uman, Birobidzhan, Zhabinka, Brighton.
          ..
  7. Krasmash
    Krasmash 31 July 2015 13: 37
    -3
    Jews stupefied in droves and couldn’t this printer themselves?
    If so, then I’m very glad that they are not so smart.
    It’s a trifle, but nice. It is certainly a blow to their vanity.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 31 July 2015 13: 55
      0
      Yes, "liars" they just invent it we, we invented it all, but in fact, they themselves only know how to live smile
      By the way, there was a terrorist attack there again yesterday - an Orthodox with a knife rushed at homosexuals and wounded six. In general, Israel is simply turning into a "Mecca" of homosexuals, lesbians and other persons from the LGBT community, they have held the next "Pride Parade" there for the third or fourth over the summer smile
      Therefore, apparently, orthodoxes do not go to the army to serve everything there - it’s not too traditional lol
      1. Krasmash
        Krasmash 31 July 2015 14: 01
        +3
        Oh, Vatnik, already in all our darlings it is mocking. laughing Well, he did the right thing. No need to regret the homosexual. By the way, I recalled how the professor, atalef, and it seems a suicide bomber, spoke very warmly about light blue ones. Apparently not casual. They say that they do not bother us, let them live peacefully and benefit the country.
      2. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 14: 32
        +5
        Quote: quilted jacket
        Yes, "liars" they just invent it we, we invented it all, but in fact, they themselves only know how to live smile

        the main thing is a padded jacket, what would you be healthy for us. As you read, the mood rises.
        1. MACCABI-TLV
          MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 16: 02
          +2
          and what does Vatan write then? And then, it turns out he has an emergency, ....
        2. padded jacket
          padded jacket 31 July 2015 23: 12
          0
          Quote: Aron Zaavi
          the main thing is a padded jacket, what would you be healthy for us. As you read, the mood rises.

          I feel great.
          But how many handouts have you collected today? lol
    2. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 14: 31
      +5
      Quote: Krasmash
      Jews stupefied in droves and couldn’t this printer themselves?
      If so, then I’m very glad that they are not so smart.
      It’s a trifle, but nice. It is certainly a blow to their vanity.

      You know, this topic is very far from my interests, but you prompted me to inquire. And so it was worth writing a request and a lot of information, and even in Russian. For example.
      The company Stratasys, engaged in the production of 3D printers, announced the purchase of its competitor - MakerBot. The transaction amount is estimated at 403 million dollars. It is expected that it will be closed by the III quarter of the year, when it received approval from the regulatory authorities.
      MakerBot was founded in 2009 and has since sold 22 thousands of 3D printers. Almost half came from the Replicator 2, released in September 2012. For the first quarter of the 2013, the startup earned 11,5 million dollars. At the same time, all of its revenue over the past year amounted to 15,7 million.
      The company produces 3D printers for the general public, hobbyist engineers and enthusiasts. She recently launched Thingiverse.com, which hosts over 90 3D models that anyone can download and "print".
      Stratasys, headquartered in Israel, produces 3D printers for prototyping and production. The company was formed in 1989, and in April 2012 merged with Object, another manufacturer of 3D printers.
      When the deal is closed, MakerBot will become a subsidiary of Stratasys, but will continue to operate as a separate company. The merger of the two manufacturers will create a leading company and make 3D printers more affordable for conventional PCs.

      So thank you for the impetus for new knowledge. hi
      1. Krasmash
        Krasmash 31 July 2015 14: 53
        +2
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        So thank you for the impetus for new knowledge.

        Bon appetit. But it’s all the same how interesting it is in life: the Kiev mayor-boxer is not brilliant, and the Tel Aviv boxing master of sports is interested in high matters. hi
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 15: 06
          +6
          Quote: Krasmash
          Quote: Aron Zaavi
          So thank you for the impetus for new knowledge.

          Bon appetit. But it’s all the same how interesting it is in life: the Kiev mayor-boxer is not brilliant, and the Tel Aviv boxing master of sports is interested in high matters. hi

          I did not manage to fulfill the standard for the master, and it was more than 25 years ago. And then it is incorrect to compare the great professional and the amateur from the "Labor Reserves". They have completely different loads and injuries, although we also choked on cartilage.
          1. Krasmash
            Krasmash 31 July 2015 15: 15
            +1
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            And then it is incorrect to compare the great professional and the amateur from "Trudovy Rezervy"

            Do not be modest, but the Syrians did not teach him how to kill and drive a tank in the desert. So you shouldn’t be honest to be honest. wink
    3. MACCABI-TLV
      MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 16: 00
      +3
      Quote: Krasmash
      Jews stupefied in droves and couldn’t this printer themselves?

      There are a hell of a lot of countries where no "import substitution" and bicycles are invented. If it is economically profitable and expedient to buy, then they will buy it, it will be more profitable to invent and produce it ourselves, they will produce it themselves.
      Quote: Krasmash
      If so, then I’m very glad that they are not so smart.

      compare the IQ coefficient of V. Putin and B. Netanyahu AND I AM ALREADY.
      http://your-iq.ru/rezultaty-iq-testa/
      http://dvamira.net/world/235
      1. Krasmash
        Krasmash 31 July 2015 16: 17
        +1
        Quote: MACCABI-TLV
        There are a hell of a lot of countries where no "import substitution" and bicycles are invented. If it is economically profitable and expedient to buy, then they will buy it, it will be more profitable to invent and produce it ourselves, they will produce it themselves.

        Che soar. A couple of green casaras for the Jews a lot of money chtoli foolFinally impoverished.
        Israeli Air Force bought in the USA for several thousand dollars 3D printer

        Quote: MACCABI-TLV
        AND WALK ALREADY.

        Go thriller, for the coming victories of Maccabi
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          1. Krasmash
            Krasmash 31 July 2015 16: 36
            +2
            Quote: MACCABI-TLV
            What do you wish for my death?

            I'm not arab
            Quote: MACCABI-TLV
            overboard +36, who in such weather drinks something without consequences?

            But this is already a loss of qualifications, which is worthless for a “Russian”. drinks
            1. MACCABI-TLV
              MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 17: 04
              +2
              Quote: Krasmash
              I'm not arab

              Padded jacket, the same swears ... what smile
              1. Krasmash
                Krasmash 31 July 2015 17: 07
                0
                Quote: MACCABI-TLV
                Quote: Krasmash
                I'm not arab

                Padded jacket, the same swears ... what smile

                And he’s actually a secretive guy.
        2. MACCABI-TLV
          MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 16: 34
          0
          Quote: Krasmash
          Che soar. A couple of green cassaras for the Jews a lot of chtoli money. Finally impoverished.

          No, it's just that "Ponty is more expensive than money" (c) doesn't roll here. Once again, it's not a shame to buy if it meets the requirements and is cheaper than "invention of the bicycle".
          1. Krasmash
            Krasmash 31 July 2015 16: 40
            0
            Quote: MACCABI-TLV
            Once again, it is not a shame to buy if it meets the requirements and is cheaper than "invention of the bicycle".

            Oh Jews give, for pennies they will strangle themselves.
            1. MACCABI-TLV
              MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 17: 01
              +1
              Quote: Krasmash
              Oh Jews give, for pennies they will strangle themselves.

              if we were 1/5 sushi, lard debts probably forgave the same, but alas, ah ...
              1. Krasmash
                Krasmash 31 July 2015 17: 13
                +1
                Quote: MACCABI-TLV
                would we be 1/5 sushi

                Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.hahahahahahah. smile The USSR was 1/6 of the land. Then it collapsed. And suddenly, for no reason, Russia began to occupy 1/5 of the total land area. , INCREASED IN SIZES. KLEVA good Cheto Jews with arithmetic are not okay. laughing.Thank you for the donated virtual territories.whatGive 1/2 with the Israel Federal District yes
                But with debt forgiveness, like a knife to the heart. This topic is painful for us. I do not approve of this a bit.
        3. MACCABI-TLV
          MACCABI-TLV 31 July 2015 16: 36
          +1
          Quote: Krasmash
          Go thriller, for the coming victories of Maccabi

          do you want my death? overboard + 36, who in such weather drinks something ... without health consequences?
        4. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 16: 38
          +1
          Quote: Krasmash

          Che soar. A couple of green casaras for the Jews a lot of money chtoli foolFinally impoverished.

          See the article for a typo. In the original source "several hundred thousand $".
          1. Krasmash
            Krasmash 31 July 2015 16: 44
            0
            Quote: Aaron Zawi
            Quote: Krasmash

            Che soar. A couple of green casaras for the Jews a lot of money chtoli foolFinally impoverished.

            See the article for a typo. In the original source "several hundred thousand $".

            This of course changes things.
  8. Asadullah
    Asadullah 31 July 2015 14: 18
    0
    I remember about five years ago, in Cologne, my friend's son broke a six-screw miracle of technology, so the broken part was also made for him on a 3D printer. By the way, can a coordinating machine with programmed control be called a 3D printer? If so, then the Chinese have been flooding the world with various figurines and other junk made of different materials for ten years. In all the tourist destinations in the world, you can buy "local" handicrafts made in China with these machines.
  9. abc_alex
    abc_alex 31 July 2015 15: 04
    +3
    Quote: Asadullah
    By the way, can a coordinating machine with programmed control be called a 3D printer? If so, then the Chinese have been flooding the world with various figurines and other junk made of different materials for ten years. In all the tourist destinations in the world, you can buy "local" handicrafts made in China with these machines.


    No you can not. The coordinate machine, as well as the plasma spraying system, nevertheless does something with something. With the workpiece. And the printer creates the product from scratch, from a digital file, without a basis, only from consumables.
    1. Asadullah
      Asadullah 31 July 2015 16: 18
      0
      Well, if you pull it by the ears? I watched in China how these machines work, five blanks rotate at once, five cutters roll around them, after half an hour, the operator arrives, removes five statues of the goddess Bast from ebony and assigns it to another worker, who specially spoils them, incises, pretends that cut by hand. The operator again inserts five bars and leaves somewhere for half an hour. I am not an engineer, but I admit that it is possible to put in a line, which itself will feed material there and collect finished products into the bunker. And all this can be done in any size and for any material. Then it turns out that the D printer, an obsolete device, works only with plastic, and then with a special one?
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 31 July 2015 16: 47
        +2
        The principle is different workmanship. The cordinate machine is a sculptor, cutting off everything that is superfluous, and the printer - the mother carrying a child (part) - all in business, no waste.
        And the coordinate is far from everything, complex twisted multi-pass structures with internal cavities are inaccessible to it. This one that can never be seen in a photograph.
  10. Dioxin
    Dioxin 31 July 2015 15: 37
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    "In the Russian Federation, the production of domestic 3D printers is planned to begin at the end of 2015. This is done by the Russian company Mako Technology"

    It is not clear which printers they plan to produce. We already produce and sell 3D printers for the civilian sector.
  11. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 31 July 2015 17: 31
    +3
    Quote: Krasmash
    Quote: Major Yurik
    and the proud sons of Zion need airplanes

    FSEM airplanes are needed. And the Jews could have begged for free from amers f-35. All Semites have experience in this


    Valery, here is an article about 3D printer manufacturing, and as a result of a dispute with Israeli forum users, all aspects have already been discussed, from boxing to the 1 / 6 part of the land. I have nothing against the rules and lifestyle of the Israelis, it is true their business. I was in Israel, no offense, I didn’t like it, there are a lot of tips to others how to live, live, and God forbid to say how they should live, you will immediately hear a lot of new things about yourself and your country. request
    1. Krasmash
      Krasmash 31 July 2015 17: 46
      +1
      Well, Jews are my favorite subject and I always didn't care about headlines.
      Quote: Major Yurik
      and God forbid to say how they should live, you will immediately hear a lot of new things about yourself and your country.

      That's right. They have a word, and they are ten in return.
      And so interesting they are, as if from another planet flew in and remained of their own free will for permanent residence. winked
    2. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 17: 55
      +2
      Quote: Major Yurik

      Valery, here is an article about 3D printer manufacturing, and as a result of a dispute with Israeli forum users, all aspects have already been discussed, from boxing to the 1 / 6 part of the land. I have nothing against the rules and lifestyle of the Israelis, it is true their business. I was in Israel, no offense, I didn’t like it, there are a lot of tips to others how to live, live, and God forbid to say how they should live, you will immediately hear a lot of new things about yourself and your country. request

      You won’t believe it, but I don’t like a lot either. Come years through 10. Much will change for the better.
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 31 July 2015 23: 08
        0
        It would be good! And with you, and with us, and around the world! Only hard to believe.
      2. padded jacket
        padded jacket 31 July 2015 23: 16
        -1
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        Come in about 10 years. Much will change for the better.

        What do you think in 10 years you will "kill" all neighbors and create Great Israel from the Nile to the Euphrates? Naive just like children lol
  12. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 31 July 2015 18: 20
    +2
    Quote: Aaron Zawi
    Quote: Major Yurik

    Valery, here is an article about 3D printer manufacturing, and as a result of a dispute with Israeli forum users, all aspects have already been discussed, from boxing to the 1 / 6 part of the land. I have nothing against the rules and lifestyle of the Israelis, it is true their business. I was in Israel, no offense, I didn’t like it, there are a lot of tips to others how to live, live, and God forbid to say how they should live, you will immediately hear a lot of new things about yourself and your country. request

    You won’t believe it, but I don’t like a lot either. Come years through 10. Much will change for the better.


    No, Aron, seriously, you are very beautiful, though in some places. The desert is somehow not very. And so, the Holy places, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea and much more, but your traditions are straining. I understand, respect, but understand, these are your traditions, and to fulfill the Sabbath, there is no meat in the morning for the company I’m not ready with you, I’d better tolerate somehow with the guests, as well as the norms. Thank you for the invitation, I'll be alive I'll try in 10 years! Regards, Yuri! hi
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 31 July 2015 19: 20
      +2
      Quote: Major Yurik


      No, Aron, seriously, you are very beautiful, though in some places. The desert is somehow not very. And so, the Holy places, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea and much more, but your traditions are straining. I understand, respect, but understand, these are your traditions, and to fulfill the Sabbath, there is no meat in the morning for the company I’m not ready with you, I’d better tolerate somehow with the guests, as well as the norms. Thank you for the invitation, I'll be alive I'll try in 10 years! Regards, Yuri! hi

      Always happy. As for the meat, so it must have been at the hotel? Well, what can you do, so they feed. This is not because of tradition, but because of kosher. There's nothing to be done. And Shabbat is generally not a hindrance for tourists.
  13. Prisoner
    Prisoner 31 July 2015 19: 39
    0
    BLAH BLAH BLAH. Are they printing and sho? Like children, by God! Op to the whole world "Mom, I pooped!" laughing
  14. Saratoga833
    Saratoga833 31 July 2015 22: 55
    +1
    A few months ago at VO there was an article about 3-D printers. In the comments, many forum users laughed at these printers, saying that they are worthless toys, and even expensive ones. Then I thought, and now I think that this is a BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY and soon these laughter-boys will not be laughing. And this technology is improving very quickly! And the possibilities of these printers are endless!
    1. NordUral
      NordUral 31 July 2015 23: 11
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      I agree with you! The era of machining will gradually disappear or will be minimized for small and medium-sized products. It will remain only for overall and oversized and very responsible machines, equipment and machine tools.
  15. shadow
    shadow 1 August 2015 09: 02
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    And why so on 3D, they could immediately from the toilet, it turns out the same thing.
  16. scorpiosys
    scorpiosys 1 August 2015 10: 09
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    I'm just "numb" from UAVs made from a platmaski from a printer !!! Terrible weapon !!!
    1. DmitryAndreenko
      DmitryAndreenko 1 August 2015 14: 34
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      Don't be afraid, the soldier will not offend the child :)))) and the "plastic" plane is even more so :))))