• Jan : 30 : 2015 - Smithsonian Institution may be headed to London
  • Jan : 30 : 2015 - 2015 Wood Design Awards winners announced
  • Jan : 30 : 2015 - Open3DP’s Polymer Guide For 3D Printing
  • Jan : 30 : 2015 - Open3DP’s Polymer Guide For 3D Printing
  • Jan : 29 : 2015 - Stronger, More Colorful Prototypes, End Use Parts with New 3D Printing Materials

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For the first time in its 168 year history, the Smithsonian Institution may be “coming home,” in a manner of speaking. Originally founded with funds from British scientist James Smithson, it has never established a longterm exhibition outside the United States. But recently unveiled plans for a new culture and arts center to be built at London’s Olympic Park site in the UK

WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council – a body that strives to promote the benefits of building with wood – recently announced the 16 winners of its 2015 Wood Design Awards. The event offers an opportunity to judge the current state of new and recently-built wooden buildings in the United States. .

Researchers at the University of Washington have put together a quick guide to chemically binding 3D printing materials.

Researchers at the University of Washington have put together a quick guide to chemically binding 3D printing materials.

Color ASA Thermoplastics allow you to bypass further painting or finishing steps, saving time and money Endur Digital Materials are i deal for challenging geometries and repetitive testing – produce durable prototypes with thin walls, living hinges, snap-fits and moving or assembled parts Stratasys’ tenacious new 3D printing materials allow you to produce more durable prototypes for repetitive testing and tough, color-matched assembly tools as well as end use parts more efficiently and cost-effectively than traditional manufacturing technologies. ASA thermoplastic technology now consists of eight new colors – added to the existing black and beige – further strengthening its perception as the favorite all-purpose material in FDM solutions Think in Color with FDM’s ASA Thermoplastic Technology The increase in demand for robust applications with UV-resistant capabilities has quickly established ASA as a popular all-purpose material in additive manufacturing.

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For the first time in its 168 year history, the Smithsonian Institution may be “coming home,” in a manner of speaking. Originally founded with funds from British scientist James Smithson, it has never established a longterm exhibition outside the United States. But recently unveiled plans for a new culture and arts center to be built at London’s Olympic Park site in the UK

WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council – a body that strives to promote the benefits of building with wood – recently announced the 16 winners of its 2015 Wood Design Awards. The event offers an opportunity to judge the current state of new and recently-built wooden buildings in the United States. .

Researchers at the University of Washington have put together a quick guide to chemically binding 3D printing materials.

Researchers at the University of Washington have put together a quick guide to chemically binding 3D printing materials.

Color ASA Thermoplastics allow you to bypass further painting or finishing steps, saving time and money Endur Digital Materials are i deal for challenging geometries and repetitive testing – produce durable prototypes with thin walls, living hinges, snap-fits and moving or assembled parts Stratasys’ tenacious new 3D printing materials allow you to produce more durable prototypes for repetitive testing and tough, color-matched assembly tools as well as end use parts more efficiently and cost-effectively than traditional manufacturing technologies. ASA thermoplastic technology now consists of eight new colors – added to the existing black and beige – further strengthening its perception as the favorite all-purpose material in FDM solutions Think in Color with FDM’s ASA Thermoplastic Technology The increase in demand for robust applications with UV-resistant capabilities has quickly established ASA as a popular all-purpose material in additive manufacturing.

Contrary to popular belief, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D printing. Although we offer 17 different materials and over 90 possible color and finish combinations, it often takes us several different technologies to get the job done.  In general, 3D printing technologies can be split up into 2 groups: direct and indirect 3D printing. The main difference lies in the fact that the design is made from 3D printing (direct) or 3D printing was used in the process of creating your model (indirect)

A mass-produced 3D printed chocolate operation is incredible, but is it really 3D printing?

AudioQuest and Sculpteo have teamed up to bring us the first mass produced headphones containing a 3D printed component.

The skies may be grey and the snow may be white, but that doesn’t mean your 3D prints need to be! Get 20% off Multicolor Through February 5th! Liven up this grey winter season by adding a bit of color to your 3D prints. Simply add the code FULLCOLOR  for 20% off your next multicolor print! It works until February 5th

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