Delve into the complicated and messy world of spray-cheese 3D printing as a maker attempts to produce gooey cheese forts and cracker toppings. No, it’s not an April Fools’ joke. See more here: Turns out 3D printing with Easy Cheese isn’t so easy
“Orbit” is the term surgeons use for the eye socket. The most common types of orbital fracture are orbital floor (blow-out) fracture due to sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents or hits from direct blunt objects
If you are anywhere close to the world of 3D printing, you no doubt saw the blockbuster announcement last week of… Read the whole entry…
There are many personal 3D printers available today and it can be quite difficult to choose. We found a way to help… Read the whole entry…
I’ve seen the future and it’s not 3D printing, it’s 3D Easy Cheese printing. That is, an Easy Cheese canister is taken and made to splooge out the golden orange yellow scientific miracle substance that is Easy Cheese like a 3D printer would print out objects
To keep old stories fresh, theaters try to combine both classical and modern elements into their plays and stage sceneries. It thus only seems logical that the Royal Theatre of Madrid would search for new ways to create and enhance their costumes. But what would you create if you were asked to build a modern 3D printed armor for an opera?
Stratasys has supercharged their Objet 260 platform to provide new functions for dental 3D printing. The new… Read the whole entry…
Practical or extravagant, perfectly fitting or perfectly outstanding, 3D printing has been pushing the limits of personalized footwear over the last several years. Creating a one-of-a-kind, wearable product has become easier than ever, and 3D printed shoes are already being used on racetracks and runways around the globe
We’ve been writing this blog for eight years now, and we will never cease to be amazed by the unusual incoming messages we always receive.
Once upon a time, long before Twitter or Xbox live, you could turn on a TV that looked a lot like this and watch spacemen valiantly defeat their enemies with rayguns and plutonium-powered rockets. We can’t travel back to that simpler age, but we can re-create the experience using 3D printing. Read more… See the rest here: This 3D-Printed Predicta Will Transport You to the 1950′s