• Oct : 30 : 2014 - ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Features Stratasys 3D Printed Costumes and Props, Lead Times Cut By 50%
  • Oct : 30 : 2014 - HP’s New 3D Printing Process
  • Oct : 30 : 2014 - HP’s New 3D Printing Process
  • Oct : 30 : 2014 - HP dives into 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion
  • Oct : 29 : 2014 - HP wants to be a 3D printing giant with new ‘Multi Jet Fusion’ tech

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3D Printing has Revolutionized the Quality and Turnaround Times in the Movie Prop and Costume Shop Stratasys customer FBFX Ltd. has revolutionized their approach to movie costume and prop creation with the use of Objet Connex Multi-material 3D Printing technology, using it to create various 3D printed pieces for the summer blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The Star-Lord helmet from “Guardians of the Galaxy” features various Stratasys 3D Printed parts FBFX Ltd. was part of the team behind the off-beat science-fiction adventure movie

Finally, after literally years of speculation and rumor, HP took to a stage today and announced something about 3D printing.

Finally, after literally years of speculation and rumor, HP took to a stage today and announced something about 3D printing.

The tech giant makes its long-awaited move into 3D printing — but machines using its technology won’t be widely available until 2016. Go here to see the original: HP dives into 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion

HP has just revealed a lot more information about the 3D printing technology it teased dramatically a few months ago. It's called "Multi Jet Fusion," and the company thinks it can "change entire industries." The original goal was to make 3D printers...

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3D Printing has Revolutionized the Quality and Turnaround Times in the Movie Prop and Costume Shop Stratasys customer FBFX Ltd. has revolutionized their approach to movie costume and prop creation with the use of Objet Connex Multi-material 3D Printing technology, using it to create various 3D printed pieces for the summer blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The Star-Lord helmet from “Guardians of the Galaxy” features various Stratasys 3D Printed parts FBFX Ltd. was part of the team behind the off-beat science-fiction adventure movie

Finally, after literally years of speculation and rumor, HP took to a stage today and announced something about 3D printing.

Finally, after literally years of speculation and rumor, HP took to a stage today and announced something about 3D printing.

The tech giant makes its long-awaited move into 3D printing — but machines using its technology won’t be widely available until 2016. Go here to see the original: HP dives into 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion

HP has just revealed a lot more information about the 3D printing technology it teased dramatically a few months ago. It's called "Multi Jet Fusion," and the company thinks it can "change entire industries." The original goal was to make 3D printers...

Hello world, Christina writing. I’m the 3D Printing & 3D Design Evangelist at Sculpteo located in our San Francisco office.

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A new power inverter developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) marries advances in 3D printing and wide-band semiconductor technology to deliver significantly improved performance in a smaller, lighter package. With further development, it could go a long way toward helping build electric cars that are more powerful and energy-efficient… Continue Reading New power inverter could make EVs more powerful and efficient Section: Electronics Tags: 3D Printing , Automotive , Energy-efficient , Inverter , Oak Ridge National Laboratory , ORNL Related Articles: Inverter technology enables you to take it all with you Google offers up US$1 million prize to shrink size of power inverters 500kW Photovoltaic (PV) Inverter now available iSolar: portable, lightweight, folding solar panel kits Modular SunSine solar panels from GreenRay will generate AC power Innovative new Portable Power Products for Vehicles Original post: New power inverter could make EVs more powerful and efficient

A new power inverter developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) marries advances in 3D printing and wide-band semiconductor technology to deliver significantly improved performance in a smaller, lighter package. With further development, it could go a long way toward helping build electric cars that are more powerful and energy-efficient… Continue Reading New power inverter could make EVs more powerful and efficient Section: Electronics Tags: 3D Printing , Automotive , Energy-efficient , Inverter , Oak Ridge National Laboratory , ORNL Related Articles: Inverter technology enables you to take it all with you Google offers up US$1 million prize to shrink size of power inverters 500kW Photovoltaic (PV) Inverter now available iSolar: portable, lightweight, folding solar panel kits Modular SunSine solar panels from GreenRay will generate AC power Innovative new Portable Power Products for Vehicles Original post: New power inverter could make EVs more powerful and efficient

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