• Sep : 30 : 2014 - MakerBot | Let’s Talk about the Smart Extruder
  • Sep : 29 : 2014 - The MM1 3D Printing System
  • Sep : 29 : 2014 - Solve Your BendGate Woes With This 3D Printed iPhone Case
  • Sep : 29 : 2014 - Pet Printing: It’s Real
  • Sep : 27 : 2014 - Band plays "world’s first" gig with 3D-printed instruments

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Let’s Talk Here at MakerBot, we’ve been heads down, continually iterating and improving on our latest hardware and software. We’ve been busy. We’ve been growing

We’re looking today at a new offering from Mexico-based MakerMex, the MM1 3D Printing System. The MM1 is one of several new market entrants that offer an interchangeable head system. This particular machine current offers four possible extrusion systems:

No, we’re not talking about 3D printing ACTUAL PETS; no, we mean 3D printed sculptures of your pets.

Though musicians could probably point to numerous exquisite examples of custom instruments with relative ease, we’d wager that few would compare to those produced by Olaf Diegel. Now the Lund University professor has taken his creations to the stage for what he claims is the world’s first gig using 3D-printed instruments… Continue Reading Band plays “world’s first” gig with 3D-printed instruments Section: Music Tags: 3D Printing , Instrument , Lund University Related Articles: ODD band to play 3D-printed instruments at Frankfurt gig Olaf Diegel reveals first prototype of 3D-printed alto saxophone There’s a spider in my guitar: Olaf Diegel’s beautifully detailed 3D printed guitars AweSome’s 3D-printed guitar offers 76 analog pickup tones 13:30 headphones snap together straight from the 3D printer Customuse 3D prints affordable “Custom Shop” guitars Continue reading here:

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Let’s Talk Here at MakerBot, we’ve been heads down, continually iterating and improving on our latest hardware and software. We’ve been busy. We’ve been growing

We’re looking today at a new offering from Mexico-based MakerMex, the MM1 3D Printing System. The MM1 is one of several new market entrants that offer an interchangeable head system. This particular machine current offers four possible extrusion systems:

No, we’re not talking about 3D printing ACTUAL PETS; no, we mean 3D printed sculptures of your pets.

Though musicians could probably point to numerous exquisite examples of custom instruments with relative ease, we’d wager that few would compare to those produced by Olaf Diegel. Now the Lund University professor has taken his creations to the stage for what he claims is the world’s first gig using 3D-printed instruments… Continue Reading Band plays “world’s first” gig with 3D-printed instruments Section: Music Tags: 3D Printing , Instrument , Lund University Related Articles: ODD band to play 3D-printed instruments at Frankfurt gig Olaf Diegel reveals first prototype of 3D-printed alto saxophone There’s a spider in my guitar: Olaf Diegel’s beautifully detailed 3D printed guitars AweSome’s 3D-printed guitar offers 76 analog pickup tones 13:30 headphones snap together straight from the 3D printer Customuse 3D prints affordable “Custom Shop” guitars Continue reading here:

As some of the world’s top golfers prepare to descend upon Scotland for the 2014 Ryder Cup, researchers from the University of Dundee are celebrating the game’s history with the use of the latest technology. They have produced the world’s first metal 3D-printed clubhead using irons loaned by the British Golf Museum in St Andrews. The University’s division of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering teamed up with St Andrews Golf Co.

There’s been a rather exciting announcement from PP3DP: they’ve developed a new personal 3D printer, the UP BOX.

You’re invited! Join Sculpteo during our sweet 16th Meetup which will be cosponsored by the  Autodesk Gallery Pop-up .

There are common software tools that make it easier to 3D print a design— and that all designers should know about. 3D Design software can be categorized according to how it works and is used: “sculpting,” “building,” “scanning,” etc. But a designer’s project needs might overlap, so there are commonly available tools that all designers can use and benefit from: wall thickening, subdivide (i.e.

Modio , the iPad app that lets you design and customize your own characters for 3D printing is now available on the iPhone, too. In celebration of this exciting news, we’re partnering with Modio to present the MakerBot Modio Challenge

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