• 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
  • Jan : 29 : 2015 - An Intro to (our) 3D Printing Technologies: Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Jan : 29 : 2015 - Is This Really 2D Printing?

Since its first public appearance in 2012, Google Glass, the companies augmented reality headset, has creates quite a buzz. Made of a stamp sized transparent plastic, a thin wire frame and a one sided ear wire, Google glass will allow users to experience Google’s search, maps, and other features in real-time.
Now that the project has reached an advanced prototyping phase Google has started to use 3D printers to custom fit each Glass prototype to the wearer. It isn’t cle…

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