A MakerBot Innovation Center is a serious commitment to 3D printing. With it, a university can provide unique opportunities for students, faculty, and the community that would be impossible or very difficult to create otherwise
In the near future, being prescribed the perfect pill that’ll zap away your illness, free of side effects, could soon come to your medicine cabinet courtesy of 3D printing. Read more… Continue reading here: You Could One Day Take 3D-Printed Medicine Tailor-Made to Your Body
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We invited jewelry designers and 3D modelers from all over the world to participate in our ‘3D Printed Jewelry Challenge’ and submit their designs for rings, pendants, earrings, bracelets, cufflinks, and any other piece of jewelry. All participants stood a chance to receive their submission as a 3D print in 18K gold.
A few weeks ago Stratasys brought live color 3D printing to Adobe MAX for the very first time. Creative professionals flocked to the Stratasys 3D Printing Gallery at the Community Pavilion to see cutting-edge color 3D printing in action…and the resulting awesome models.
Audi has used the VW Group’s 3D printing tech to create a half-scale model of its 1936 Auto Union Typ C Grand Prix sports car. The tiny Typ C is intended to demonstrate the potential of metal printing technology in the production of complex components. ..
Using a handheld packing tape dispenser gun that has been modified to fold, extrude, and cut tape into tubes, a team of researchers from the Hasso-Plattner-Insitut (HPI) at the University of Potsdam has created a method of transferring computer-generated wire-frames to the real world. Dubbed the “Protopiper” by its creators, the device is not only capable of producing full-size outline objects, it is also able to produce hinges, bearings, and axles to give them opening doors, drawers, and movement just like the real things