• Sep : 18 : 2014 - A Look at Materials for Additive Manufacturing (a.k.a. 3D Printing)
  • Sep : 18 : 2014 - Who Are (Y)our 3D Printing Programmers and Engineers?
  • Sep : 18 : 2014 - "World’s first" 3D printed car created and driven by Local Motors
  • Sep : 17 : 2014 - Stratasys Grabs GrabCAD
  • Sep : 17 : 2014 - Matthew Plummer-Fernandez to present "personalised avatars for your vehicle"

The Second week of 3D printing brought us mostly news from the CES 2012 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. Some new desktop 3D printers here and some new 3D printing apps there… let’s take a look at where that goes us during this week.

Sculpteo’s new 3D Printing iPhone app
With this new app, you can scan a sideshot of your face to use it as a revolved surface for your next 3D printed cup or vase.

Thingiverse gets a makeover
The famous 3D printing online warehouse Thingiverse got their hands together to redesign their website. Could it be a coincidence that the Makerbot Replicator was released around the same time?

Belgium’s First Face Transplant with the help of Materialise
It was Belgium’s first and the world’s 19th face transplant. Materialise played a major role in this success.

Bre Pettis reveals the Makerbot Replicator
Three days before the official start of CES 2012, the CEO of Makerbot Bre Petits announced their new Replicator on YouTube.

The new Makerbot Replicator

3D Systems reveals the new Cubify.com
As announced last week, it was only a matter of time for this news to be revealed. 3D Systems did indeed keep their word and showed the world on the first day of CES 2012 what cubify.com was all about. 3D Printing blog Fabbaloo was kind enough to sum up some more of the information for us on their blog.

BBC highlights the 3D printing rivalry at CES 2012
3D Printing is clearly big news in this day in age and that is why the BBC once again made sure to cover this wonderful industry at CES 2012.

Bre Pettis receives the CNET emerging tech award for the Makerbot Replicator at CES 2012
Technology website CNET awards the emerging tech award to the Makerbot Replicator. A well deserved winner we would say. (The award is given in the video of this link at 04:52 minutes in).

The Second week of 3D printing brought us mostly news from the CES 2012 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. Some new desktop 3D printers here and some new 3D printing apps there… let’s take a look at where that goes us during this week.
Sculpteo’s new 3D Printing iPhone app
With this new app, you can scan a sideshot of your face to use it as a revolved surface for your next 3D printed cup or vase.
Thingiverse gets a makeover
The famous 3D printing online warehouse Thingiverse got their hands together to redesign their website. Could it be a coincidence that the Makerbot Replicator was released around the same time?
Belgium’s First Face Transplant with the help of Materialise
It was Belgium’s first and the world’s 19th face transplant. Materialise played a major role in this success.
Bre Pettis reveals the Makerbot Replicator
Three days before the official start of CES 2012, the CEO of Makerbot Bre Petits announced their new Replicator on YouTube.
3D Systems reveals the new Cubify.com
As announced last week, it was only a matter of time for this news to be revealed. 3D Systems did indeed keep their word and showed the world on the first day of CES 2012 what cubify.com was all about. 3D Printing blog Fabbaloo was kind enough to sum up some more of the information for us on their blog.
BBC highlights the 3D printing rivalry at CES 2012
3D Printing is clearly big news in this day in age and that is why the BBC once again made sure to cover this wonderful industry at CES 2012.

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