A Dutch contracting firm hopes to replace the construction crew with a flexible 3D printer mated with robotics from the auto industry. The 3D Builder “building machine” will start by creating a 1:4 scale version of the so-called “ Landscape House .” .. Continue Reading BAM robo printer to cut its teeth on scale model of “endless” house Category: 3D Printing Tags: Building and Construction 3D Printers 3D Printing Related Articles: 3D-printed ear, bone and muscle structures come to life after implantation in mice 3D printing of living tissues is easier and cheaper with BioBots Anatomy classes can now download their toads MultiFab mixes and matches 10 different materials in a single 3D print Review: Ultimaker 2 Extended 3D printer L’Oréal plans to start testing cosmetics on 3D-printed skin See the article here: BAM robo printer to cut its teeth on scale model of "endless" house
Kudo3D’s new Titan 2 resin-based 3D printer 3D printing startup Kudo3D has announced a new DLP-based resin 3D… Read the whole entry… » See the rest here: Kudo3D’s New Titan 2 DLP 3D Printer
Tinkerine exhibiting their products A small 3D printer company’s financials show how difficult it can be to… Read the whole entry… » Read the original post: Tinkerine’s Financial Results Demonstrate the Challenges Facing Small 3D Printing Companies
Meet Kurt Plagge, designer of one of the craziest (and smartest) designs we’ve seen lately. His small 3D printed cubes are from a world of their own and were printed in one single piece. That’s right – no glue, no screws, and no manually attached parts
One of the benefits of 3D printing for industry and smaller scale makers alike is the ability to do rapid prototyping, simply by printing a copy of a design and then tweaking as necessary. A new kind of printing system speeds up this process even more, by allowing for designs to be edited on the fly – as they’re being printed. ..
Prodway’s industrial 3D printer Prodways, a lesser-known French 3D printing company, has been quietly growing over… Read the whole entry… » View post: What’s New At Prodways?
In the two years since HP announced it was entering the 3D printing space speculation arose regarding what exactly the PC giant would launch? Home 3D printers for the masses? All-in-one manufacturing machines?
Pioneering technologies like 3D printing have had a huge impact on the medical world, and now a unique material developed by researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Milano-Bicocca could lead to all-new implants for replacing damaged cartilage, including discs between vertebrae. The new material mimics the properties of the real thing, while encouraging the re-growth of natural cartilage. .
This week, we’re celebrating a milestone breakthrough in a country that’s empowering citizens with exciting new technology: Estonia. Electronic ID cards, digital birth certificates, online voting, and laws that protect e-signatures are just a few amenities that Estonians enjoy
German industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS announced the opening of a new Texas operation. What does this suggest?… Read the whole entry… » Here is the original post: Does EOS’s Texas Beachhead Signal A Metal 3D Printing Invasion?