• Feb : 11 : 2016 - Top 9: the best 3D printing professional apps
  • Feb : 10 : 2016 - A vision of 3D printed fashion, interview of Anastasia Ruiz designer of the Virus Collection
  • Feb : 10 : 2016 - IKILOCK, the smart lock prototyped with 3D printing
  • Feb : 10 : 2016 - How to 3D Print ‘Grouped Models’ by Using a Grid Container
  • Feb : 10 : 2016 - Stratasys Joins Delaware STEM Panel for Career Readiness

Trilobites are everywhere: you’ve probably seen them in museums, or if you’re lucky, in the rocks near where you live. While we’re used to seeing the fossils, one scientist has turned to 3D printing to bring these creatures back to life. Read more… Original post: These 3D Printed Trilobites Are Absolutely Stunning

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(credit: HRL Laboratories, LLC) Ceramics have many useful properties: they can be extremely durable, and hold up to very high temperatures. Unfortunately simple flaws in the material can leave the door open for catastrophic failures, making manufacturing, especially of complex shapes, challenging. Now, a team at a company called HRL Laboratories has described a method of 3D printing ceramics

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2015 was an incredible year for 3D printing enthusiast. Let’s look back at what happened during the last 12 months. Join us for our year in review! January: 3D Printing Hits the Right Note In January Salvatore Capuano printed an entire guitar

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‘One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’.  Immortal words uttered nearly fifty years ago on the first voyage to the moon.

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Back with a new delivery from our How 3D Printing will […] The post 3D Printed Mechanics appeared first on Sculpteo Blog – 3D Printing News and Trends .

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The 3D-printing "revolution" has stalled and is being held back by toy-like machines, over-priced materials and legal wrangles according to Francis Bitonti , a designer who has pioneered the use of the technology (+ interview). (more…)

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Architecture, art, product design – even fashion – are all closely interrelated. They have in common the need for an iterative creative process that enables design visualizations to be shared with colleagues and customers – and allows for design changes to be incorporated at early stages while it is still practical and feasible. In architecture, investments and final products are of course quite sizable, so any design modifications made at an early stage are well worth the effort.

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When someone suffers an injury that results in a severed nerve, the usual treatment involves sewing the two severed ends directly back together, or bridging them by suturing in a nerve graft.

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When someone suffers an injury that results in a severed nerve, the usual treatment involves sewing the two severed ends directly back together, or bridging them by suturing in a nerve graft.

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When someone suffers an injury that results in a severed nerve, the usual treatment involves sewing the two severed ends directly back together, or bridging them by suturing in a nerve graft. Such repairs don’t always function perfectly, however

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IKILOCK, the smart lock...

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Stratasys Joins Delaware STEM...

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Tourbillon 1000% brings 3D...

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3D Printing Stereotypes in...

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