• Oct : 25 : 2014 - 5 Breathtaking Dresses Made with 3D Printing
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  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - HP Inc.’s Sprout Computer to Feature a New Type of Interaction Design
  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - HP Inc.’s Sprout Computer to Feature a New Type of Interaction Design
  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - Portable iBox Nano cuts size and cost of 3D resin printing

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What seemed like a distant future where you 3D print your own clothes is edging closer to reality as these innovative fashion designers are embracing 3D printing to make stunning outfits. For fashion designers, 3D printing opens up a world of possibilities with faster prototyping, lower costs and technology-integrated design

A company is dedicated to leveraging 3D printing technology for the blind.

HP making magic? Earlier this month it was reported that Hewlett-Packard was breaking up into two companies. While one half, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, will focus on boring stuff like corporate computing, the other half, HP Inc., sounds a little sexier with its emphasis on 3D printing and “new computing experiences.” Since that announcement, it didn’t take long for HP Inc.

HP making magic? Earlier this month it was reported that Hewlett-Packard was breaking up into two companies. While one half, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, will focus on boring stuff like corporate computing, the other half, HP Inc., sounds a little sexier with its emphasis on 3D printing and “new computing experiences.” Since that announcement, it didn’t take long for HP Inc

Bigger is better is generally the mantra when it comes to consumer 3D printers. This is despite the majority of users likely to be only printing smaller objects anyway.

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What seemed like a distant future where you 3D print your own clothes is edging closer to reality as these innovative fashion designers are embracing 3D printing to make stunning outfits. For fashion designers, 3D printing opens up a world of possibilities with faster prototyping, lower costs and technology-integrated design

A company is dedicated to leveraging 3D printing technology for the blind.

HP making magic? Earlier this month it was reported that Hewlett-Packard was breaking up into two companies. While one half, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, will focus on boring stuff like corporate computing, the other half, HP Inc., sounds a little sexier with its emphasis on 3D printing and “new computing experiences.” Since that announcement, it didn’t take long for HP Inc.

HP making magic? Earlier this month it was reported that Hewlett-Packard was breaking up into two companies. While one half, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, will focus on boring stuff like corporate computing, the other half, HP Inc., sounds a little sexier with its emphasis on 3D printing and “new computing experiences.” Since that announcement, it didn’t take long for HP Inc

Bigger is better is generally the mantra when it comes to consumer 3D printers. This is despite the majority of users likely to be only printing smaller objects anyway.

Attention all designers with keen eye for details: from today through November 5 th , anyone who orders their own design in High-Detail Stainless Steel will receive a 10% discount! There’s no other 3D Printing service that can 3D Print in stainless steel with such an incredible level of detail.

In the inspiring book, One Hundred Thirteen Million Markets of One – How The New Economic Order Can Remake The American Economy , author Chris Norton describes a society that has dramatically shifted from merely price- and value-based consumption to a more customer-based paradigm that demands high quality, hyper-responsiveness and personalization in every aspect of life. It’s no secret that America’s manufacturing base has lost some of its luster, but we are in the midst of the greatest manufacturing revolution in 60 years. It’s called Additive Manufacturing (or 3D Printing), and it represents a seismic shift from traditional (subtractive) to digital production, where technology is used to produce almost anything with more speed, efficiency, quality control and profitability.

In the inspiring book, One Hundred Thirteen Million Markets of One – How The New Economic Order Can Remake The American Economy , author Chris Norton describes a society that has dramatically shifted from merely price- and value-based consumption to a more customer-based paradigm that demands high quality, hyper-responsiveness and personalization in every aspect of life. It’s no secret that America’s manufacturing base has lost some of its luster, but we are in the midst of the greatest manufacturing revolution in 60 years. It’s called Additive Manufacturing (or 3D Printing), and it represents a seismic shift from traditional (subtractive) to digital production, where technology is used to produce almost anything with more speed, efficiency, quality control and profitability.

Can an inanimate object embody emotion? Combining the science of Estudio Guto Requena and the technology of Stratasys 3D Printing, it certainly can. Here’s how it works

The personal 3D printing space has now existed for at least five years.

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