Very very small 3D-printed submarine resists 200-meter dive

Deep-Z: a 3D-printed submarine

A very small 3D-printed submarine survived a 200-meter (656.16 feet) dive into the depths of Lagos d’Iseo, in Italy.

Martin Baumers, the scientist behind the Deep-Z project, wanted to know if 3D printing can be used to build low-cost devices for deep water exploration.

To start his…

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