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A project has used original NASA pictures to reproduce a 3D representation of Neil Armstrong’s most famous footprint.
A new Kickstarter project has launched the RotoMAAK, a rotational casting machine. But what does this have to do with 3D printing
HP CEO Meg Whitman casually noted that the company would have a “big technology announcement” in June related to the 3D printing space, a move that could place 3D printers into the hands of casual home and industrial users. Whitman also mentioned that the company has solved a number of 3D printing problems and expects that “the bigger market is going to be in the enterprise space.” Read More Link: HP Planning To Enter The 3D Printer Space In June
Stunning 3D printed gift, designed by Daniel Hilldrup and created by IPF using Objet Connex multi-material technology by Stratasys, shows nano-sized plastic particles developed by scientists at the University of Nottingham During his recent visit to Israel, British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Israeli President Shimon Peres a special token of friendship that symbolizes the two countries’ scientific research collaboration. The diplomatic gift was a 3D printed sculpture that represents the tiny particles common to the brain research being conducted at the University of Nottingham and the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center . Teams from each university will work closely together on treatments for Parkinson’s disease
A Better Understanding of the Weather As Ryan Cain came to the end of teaching his 2nd grade class about Earth materials, he wanted to finish with a flourish.
If you want some truly heavy-duty 3D printing, you'll be glad to hear that MakerBot's Replicator Z18 is now available for pre-order. Pay $6,499 and you'll get to craft objects up to a lofty 18 inches tall once the printer ships this spring. Should...
They’re On Their Way! This week, the first MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printers are starting to ship. Over the coming weeks, eager engineers, designers, researchers, and people who just like to make things will get to experience the reliability, quality, and connectivity of the MakerBot Replicator firsthand.
They’re On Their Way! This week, the first MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printers are starting to ship. Over the coming weeks, eager engineers, designers, researchers, and people who just like to make things will get to experience the reliability, quality, and connectivity of the MakerBot Replicator firsthand. We can’t wait to see what you make! Order your MakerBot Replicator today.