This is turning out to be the decade of 3D printing. We're seeing rapid adoption of 3D printers from both professional engineers and modeling enthusiasts alike, and now we're entering the stage of full-color 3D printing for the masses.
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Our industry is currently engulfed by a reality distortion field. This field will bring about many unrealistic expectations, much unfounded optimism and is causing people to misunderstand the industry, its future and its capabilities. The field came about because the industry has undergone name changes since its inception.
Want to 3D print, but don’t have the scratch for a 3D printer? A Polish company called Pixle has released a fun-looking iPad app called Foldify , which lets you print 3D designs out of a regular printer…sort of
What started as a coincidental meeting through shared friends, grew into a very strong German brand that’s synonymous with unique 3D printed jewellery design. Meet Thomas Mrokon from monomer.
3D Systems Corporation announced that its Paramount advanced manufacturing team has received a $2.95M award to transition specially engineered materials and the company’s Selective Laser Sintering technology to the production of various components in the F-35 and other weapons systems to improve affordability and sustainability. The two-year project will reduce cost within the manufacturing process and leverage the freedom of design inherent in 3D printing to minimize waste and… Read the rest here: 3D Systems Receives U.S.
One of the biggest issues with collecting old cars, especially if you use them, is trying to find replacement parts. Popular Mechanics has a great column highlighting how one well known car collector solves this problem
Although the Army’s interest in rapid prototyping comes as no surprise to those who have been around 3D printing for a while, it’s still interesting to take a look at how the military is leveraging this technology. David McNally got the opportunity to take a look inside the Aberdeen Proving Ground research lab, and his report is pretty interesting. Of the many amazing things that are happening at this lab, one idea had me intrigued.
A project looking into using ‘waste’ materials from construction and development has been undertaken. Titled Earthscrapers. By using the waste product of construction sites and land development, as the raw material for large scale 3D printers, printing in concrete and clay
Recently we have talked about prosthetics and their benefit to those who are disabled. Well today we continue on with interesting designs and innovations in the field of 3D printing. A San Francisco, California startup called Protos, which is ancient Greek for First and is reminiscent of the rapid prototyping which is so commonly spoken